Worthen, Dennis B. 1945- (Dennis Brent Worthen)

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Worthen, Dennis B. 1945- (Dennis Brent Worthen)

PERSONAL:

Born June 3, 1945, in Wilmington, DE; son of Charles S. and Mary Katherine Worthen; married Patricia L. Urban (an accountant), May 1, 1965; children: David B., Daniel B. Education: North Central Michigan College, A.B.A., 1963; University of Michigan, B.A., 1964; Case Western Reserve University, M.S. in L.S., 1973, M.S., 1974, Ph.D., 1976.

ADDRESSES:

Home—Loveland, OH. Office—Lloyd Library and Museum, 917 Plum St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Kroger Co., Livonia, MI, manager, 1965-66; E.R. Squibb and Sons, Inc., Rolling Meadows, IL, medical sales representative, 1966-72; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, instructor in library science and coordinator of Clinical Drug Information Program, 1974-76; Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Norwich, NY, chief of information services section, 1976-85, manager of formularies and reimbursement, 1986-88, director of pharmacy and government relations, 1988-92; Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Norwich, director of pharmacy affairs, 1992-94; Procter & Gamble Health Care, Cincinnati, OH, director of pharmacy affairs, 1994-99; Lloyd Library and Museum, Cincinnati, executive director, 1999-2001, research scholar, 2001—. Queen's University of Belfast, Allied Irish Banks Visiting Professor, annually 1986-89; adjunct professor at University of Mississippi, 1987-99, University of South Carolina, 1990-99, Ohio State University, 1994-99, University of Cincinnati, 1999—, and University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, 2005-06; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, William E. Hassan, Jr., Distinguished Rho Chi Memorial Lecturer, 2000; University of Pittsburgh, Tucci Lecturer, 2005; University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Misher Lecturer, 2005; guest lecturer at other institutions, including Southern Illinois University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of West Virginia, and Ohio Northern University; also conference presenter and symposium chair.

MEMBER:

American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (council member, 2000-03; member of board of directors, 2005-08), American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (chair of industry advisory committee, 1990-93), American Pharmacists Association (member of foundation board of directors, 2005-08; vice president, 2006), George F. Archambault Foundation (member of board of directors, 2006—). American Association for the History of Medicine, Beta Phi Mu, Phi Lambda Sigma.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Grant from National Library of Medicine, 1984-86; distinguished service awards from College of Pharmacy, University of South Carolina, 1991, and board of directors, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 1994; Fischelis grants, American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, 1996, 2003; meritorious service award, Southern School of Pharmacy, Mercer University, 1998; National Pharmacy Leadership Award, Phi Lambda Sigma, 1998; named Linwood F. Tice Friend of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 1998; certificate of recognition, Phi Lambda Sigma, 1999; elected to the International Academy of the History of Pharmacy.

WRITINGS:

(Compiler, with J.R. Lorimer) Enteral Hyperalimentation with Chemically Defined Elemental Diets: A Source Book, Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals (Norwich, NY), 1978, 2nd edition, 1979.

(Editor) Procter & Gamble Pharmacist's Handbook, Technomic Press (Lancaster, PA), 1998, 2nd edition, 2001.

(Editor and contributor) A Road Map to a Profession's Future: The Mills Study Commission on Pharmacy, Gordon & Breach (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1999, published as The Mills Study Commission on Pharmacy: A Road Map to a Profession's Future, Pharmaceutical Products Press (New York, NY), 2006.

(With M.A. Flannery) Pharmaceutical Education in the Queen City: 150 Years of Service, 1850-2000, Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY), 2001.

(Editor, with G. Griffenhagen, G. Bowers, and R. Penna) Reflections on Pharmacy by the Remington Medalists, 1919-2003, 2nd edition, American Pharmacists Association (Washington, DC), 2004.

Pharmacy in World War II, Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY), 2004.

(Editor in chief) Dictionary of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Products Press (New York, NY), 2004.

Author of curriculum materials. Contributor to books, including American Pharmacy: A Collection of Historical Essays, edited by G. Higby, American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (Madison, WI), 2005; and Leadership and Advocacy for Pharmacy, edited by C.J. Boyle and others, American Pharmacists Association (Washington, DC), 2007. Senior editor, "Pharmaceutical Heritage: Pharmaceutical Care through History" series, Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY), 1998—. Author of "Profiles of Excellence," in Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 1999-2003; "Compounding in History," International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, 2000-05; "Wish You Were Here," International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, 2001-02; "Heroes of Pharmacy," Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 2001—; and "Pharmaceutical Heritage," Pharmacy Practice News, 2006—. Editor of "From the Drug Information Centres," in Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 1987-94. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals, including Pharmacy in History, Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Journal for the American Society of Information Science, and Ethics in Science and Medicine. Editor, Lloydiana: Publications of the Lloyd Library and Museum, 1999-2001. Contributing editor, Pharmacy Times, 1990-96, and U.S. Pharmacist, 1997-99; book review editor, Journal of Pharmacoepidemiology. Member of editorial board, Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 1987-94, and Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Economics; member of editorial advisory board, Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 1999-2001, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 1999-2004; member of editorial advisory board, Pharmaceutical Products Press.

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