Daniel Tomaszewski, Pharm. D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Administration
Sept. 2009 - Sept. 2014 Ph.D. in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy
Sept. 2005 - May 2009 Pharm.D., University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy
Sept. 2002 - May 2005 Pre-Pharmacy (No degree earned), University of Wisconsin – Madison, College of Liberal Arts
Dr. Tomaszewski has focused his research in three primary areas, measuring pharmacists involvement in political advocacy, measuring the impact of student activities, and evaluations of patient focused medication experience. Dr. Tomaszewski is currently working on developing a research program using a number of health theories to measure the impact of pharmacist provided services on medication adherence. This work is intended to be paired with an economic evaluation of the impact of medication non-adherence and used to determine a potential return on investment from expanding the role of pharmacists on medication adherence counseling. Current research in this area Is focused on measuring the medication experience of female college students using hormonal contraceptives.
KEYWORDS: Political advocacy, civic engagement, professional engagement, professional commitment, medication adherence, medication experience, and hormonal contraceptives.
Daniel Tomaszewski, Pharm.D., PhD, Assistant Professor in Pharmacy Administration. Dr. Tomaszewski completed his Pharm.D. at the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy in 2009. He completed his PhD in Social and Administrative Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, Graduate Program in fall of 2014. While working towards his Ph.D., Dr. Tomaszewski has had a wide variety of teaching, practice, and research experiences. He has provided Medication Therapy Management, served as the primary pharmacy preceptors for local and international, student run health clinics, worked as a pharmacist in a number of community pharmacies, and has worked for a pharmacy benefit manager, Ventegra. Dr. Tomaszewski joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy as an Assistant Professor in the fall of 2012. In addition, Dr. Tomaszewski is completing a study supported by the University of Minnesota and Boynton Health Services measuring the impact of medication education on female college students’ adherence to hormonal contraceptives. In addition, Dr. Tomaszewski is also completing studies measuring the levels of professional commitment of student pharmacists, the impact of a student-run fitness challenge, and an evaluation of student run clinics in rural Mexico. Dr. Tomaszewski has also been an active member of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacists, serving as a public policy committee member since 2012, and the Minnesota Pharmacists Association, serving as a board member since May of 2014.