Dr. Pope completed a Community Pharmacy Practice Residency in 2003, a joint initiative between the University of Houston College of Pharmacy and Walgreen Co., after completing his B.S. in pharmacy and Pharm.D. from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey. Since then, Dr. Pope has been managing and practicing in various innovative practice settings including Walgreens Patient Care Center, Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy, and Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy in California. In 2010, Nathan opened his Independent pharmacy practice, Live Oak Pharmacy, in downtown Austin. Live Oak Pharmacy was named the one of the Coolest New Companies in Austin and won The Austin Chronicle's Best of Austin Readers Poll for 'Best New Local Business' in its first year of operation.
Currently, Nathan’s practice site is Forty Acres Pharmacy. Forty Acres Pharmacy serves The University of Texas at Austin community as a source for prescription and non-prescription medications. Nathan has increased educational offerings and patient care initiatives at Forty Acres Pharmacy. Forty Acres Pharmacy is a site for the Advanced Community Pharmacy Experience for The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. He is also a site preceptor for the Intermediate Practice Experience (IPPE) with emphasis on MTMS. Forty Acres Pharmacy conducts telephonic Medication Therapy Management Services for the Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area.
In addition to having completed APhA's certificate programs in the following, he is also certified faculty to teach these courses:
Nathan is the Residency Program Director for the H-E-B Pharmacy/University of Texas College of Pharmacy Community Pharmacy Residency Program (CPRP) which is dedicated to developing compassionate, confident, clinical providers of advanced patient care services in a community pharmacy setting. Since 2008, 12 residents have completed the program with 5 residents currently working towards their certificate in 2014. Dr. Pope is an advocate for all Community Pharmacy Practice Residencies, developing innovative practice settings, and outcomes from those practices.
Continuing the development and enhancement of the H-E-B Pharmacy-Community Pharmacy Residency Program's 4 residency sites and residents.
Developing a non-profit organization to support Medication Take-Back Programs in Austin
Research focusing on the business development and sustainability of community pharmacy based services including:
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Dr. Jamie Barner was named as the recipient of the Educator of the Year at the first College of Pharmacy Teaching Awards Ceremony and Reception.
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Dr. Carolyn Brown has been appointed to a position on the Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Women.
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A book edited by Dr. Marv Shepherd has been chosen to receive the American Medical Writers Association's 2011
Medical Book Award.
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