Jen Rodis, PharmD, BCPS
PFP Program Director

Lloyd M. Parks Hall
500 W. 12th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
614-247-8391
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Impact


Initiated in 2005, Partner for Promotion has impacted hundreds of students and pharmacists and brought about the creation and expansion of dozens of novel, direct patient care services in community-based settings, hospitals and ambulatory care clinics. Annual surveys conducted with students and pharmacists show consistently improved confidence in service development skills after being involved in Partner for Promotion; an estimated 60 percent of services developed at pharmacies continue being offered after the program ends.

Partner for Promotion has reached 16 Ohio counties. In 2009, Partner for Promotion expanded beyond the state. This model of training and service expansion has been adopted at six additional colleges of Pharmacy across the nation.


Partner for Promotion (PFP) In The News


Awards, Recognitions, Scholarly Publications, and Presentations

The Partner for Promotion (PFP) program has been honored to receive multiple recognitions for service to patients, pharmacy students, and the profession of pharmacy. These recognitions include:

  • Student Community Engaged Service Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, July 2016
  • Distinguished Service Learning Award from The Ohio State University, 2016
  • Innovations in Teaching Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2013
  • Highlighted in Ohio State’s recognition by Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, February 2009
  • Named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, 2008, 2009
  • Highlighted in an article submitted by The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy (OSU COP) to Academic Pharmacy Now, a publication by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2008
  • Presented to The OSU COP Dean’s Corporate Council, 2008
  • Visit by President E. Gordon Gee to the Zanesville Kroger, a previous Partner for Promotion site with a sustaining diabetes management service, 2008
    • Visit featured in the Zanesville Times Recorder
  • Received a national Merit Award from the American Pharmacists Association, 2008
  • Highlighted as a front page article in onCampus, 2007

Scholarly works include the following national publications and presentations:

  • Presented nationally to pharmacy colleagues at the following meetings:
    • APhA’s Self-Care Institute June 2008, 2011 (Invited)
    • AACP July 2010
    • AACP-NABP District IV October 2011 (Invited)
    • APhA March 2011 (Invited)
  • Naseman KW, Khan M, Voon K, Rodis J. Implementation of a medication reconciliation and pharmacy referral service in a Federally Qualified Health Center. Poster presented at the OSU IPEP Symposium May 2015; Columbus, OH
  • Hansen J, Aghamoosa H, Ngo P, Rodis JL, Blais D.  Impact of an Admission Medication Reconciliation Program in a Large Academic Medical Center. ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting December 2015; New Orleans, LA & encore at the Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting April 2016; Columbus OH
  • Kim HS, Rodis JL, Michaels B, Kilbane G. Education of resettled refugees on utilization of US community pharmacy systems. ACCP Global Conference October 2015; San Francisco, CA
  • Ilenin J, Rodis JL, Elliott J, McMath T, Collins C, Pruchnicki M, Fagan N, Tang I. Feasibility of pre-operative medication histories collected by pharmacy students: a pilot study. ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting December 2014; Anaheim, CA
  • CE presentation at OSHP Annual Meeting April 2015; Columbus, OH
  • Porter B, Edelstein J, Bosold J, Lehman A, Rodis JL. Evaluating the impact of a student peer-mentoring program on student skills conducting comprehensive medication reviews.  162nd APhA Annual Meeting March 2015; San Diego, CA. Encore presentation at the Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting April 2015; Columbus, OH & Encore poster presented at OSU College of Medicine’s Celebration of Scholarship October 2015; Columbus, OH
  • Hu KM, Yates E, Gagne B, Rodis J. Project adherence: use of a multi-faceted program to decrease abandoned prescriptions in a 340B population. 162nd APhA Annual Meeting March 2015; San Diego, CA. Encore presentation at the Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting April 2015; Columbus, OH & the OSU IPEP Symposium May 2015; Columbus, OH
  • Cillessen LM, Gaborcik JW, Ellis J,Clark A, Rodis JL. Evaluating patient interest in an adherence-focused smartphone app to improve HIV care. 161st APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2014; Orlando, FL. Encore poster presentation at Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting April 2014; Columbus, OH
  • Romeo C, Gagne B, Sevin A, Brown N, Rodis J. Perceptions and Barriers to Adult Immunizations: A Study on a Diverse, Multilingual, Urban Community. 161st APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2014; Orlando, FL; Encore poster presentation at Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting April 2014; Columbus, OH
  • Kilbane G, Kim HSH, Michaels B, Rodis JL. Orientation to pharmacy services: an educational program for resettled refugees. 161st APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2014; Orlando, FL. Encore table display presentation at Ohio Pharmacists Association Innovative Practice Showcase April 2014;  Columbus OH
  • Samide M, Rodis J, Ganger S, Bodnovich K. Impact of self-management diabetes education and point of care testing on disease state knowledge and motivation to improve glycemic control. Poster presentation at 160th APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2012; Los Angeles, CA
  • Rodis JL, Casper KA, Wolowiec K, Nguyen TS, Noble J. Evaluating the role of the pharmacist in connecting patients with HIV/AIDS and primary care through medication therapy management (MTM). 159th APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2012; New Orleans, LA
  • Rodis JL, Casper KB, Kuhn CH, Cornelius DC, Ross ME, Munch KA. Impact of a Student Pharmacist-Run Health Screening Program in Medically Underserved Areas as an Entry Point into the Health Care System. 159th APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2012; New Orleans, LA
  • Encore poster presentation at Ohio State College of Pharmacy Research Day May 2012; Columbus, OH
  • Rodis JL, Jennings BT, Rupp MT, Ulbrich TR, Elswick BM, Hardy YM. Evaluating the Feasibility of Expanding a Successful Program to Increase Community Pharmacy Services. Poster presentation at 158th APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2011; Seattle, Washington
  • Rodis JL, Legg JE, Rupp MT. Use of the PharmAccount® Cost of Service Calculator in Developing Advanced Patient Care Services in Community Pharmacies. Poster presentation at 156th APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition April 2009; San Antonio, Texas
  • Rodis JL, Legg JE, Herringshaw D, Gallup S. Partner for Promotion: An Ohio Collaboration with Pharmacy and Outreach. Poster presentation at National Outreach Scholarship Conference October 2008; University Park, Pennsylvania
  • Gallup S, Herringshaw D, Rodis J, Legg J, Cable J. Partner for Promotion: An Extension-Pharmacy Initiative. Poster presentation at Galaxy III September 2008; Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Rodis JL. Partner for Promotion. Invited roundtable presentation at American Pharmacists Association Annual Self-Care Institute (national meeting for Community Faculty in Colleges of Pharmacy) June 2008; Chicago, Illinois
  • Rodis JL, Casper KA, Legg JE. Partner for Promotion: An Innovative Approach to Practice, Research, and Teaching in a Community Pharmacy Setting. Poster presentation at 155th American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting and Exposition March 2008; San Diego, California
  • Rodis JL, Casper KA, Legg JE, Cable G. Partner for Promotion: Impact on the Development of Direct Patient Care Service Implementation Skills by Students and Community Preceptors. Poster presentation at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Meeting July 2007; Orlando, Florida
  • Rodis JL, Casper KA, Cable, J. Partner for Promotion: An Advanced Practice Longitudinal Rotation to Enhance Community Pharmacy Practice. Poster presentation at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy July 2006; San Diego, California

Peer-reviewed publications related to Partner for Promotion include:

Sevin AM, Romeo C, Gagne B, Brown NV, Rodis JL. Factors influencing adults' immunization practices: a pilot survey study of a diverse, urban community in central Ohio. BMC Public Health. 2016 May 23;16:424. doi: 10.1186/s12889-016-3107-9

Snyder ME, Frail CK, Gernant SA, Bacci JL, Coley KC, Colip LM, Ferreri SP, Hagemeier NE, McGivney MS, Rodis JL, Smith MG, Smith RB. Fellowships in community pharmacy research: Experiences of five schools and colleges of pharmacy. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2016 Apr 12. pii: S1544-3191(16)00145-X. doi: 10.1016/j.japh.2015.11.015.

Singrey A, Kittaneh A, Qureshi A, Laubacher C, Rodis JL. Development of an Interprofessional Third Year (P3) Student Rotation in Pediatric Asthma Clinics. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2016;8(4):531–538.

Rodis JL, Ulbrich TR, Jennings BT, Elswick BM, McKinley RJ. Students as catalysts to increase community pharmacy-led direct patient care services. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2015 Nov-Dec;55(6):642-8. doi: 10.1331/JAPhA.2015.14261.

Rodis JL, Ulbrich TR, Jennings BT, et al. Integrating a Patient Care Development Model to Enhance Community Pharmacy Residency Programs. Inov Pharm. 2015;6(4): Article 224. http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/innovations/vol6/iss4/6.Shin TR, Dula CAC, Mehta BH, Rodis JL, Pruchnicki MC. Pharmacy residents’ pursuit of academic positions. Am J Pharm Educ. 2015;79(3): Article 38.

Rodis JL. Adopting an Advanced Community Pharmacy Practice Experiential Educational Model Across Colleges of Pharmacy. INNOVATIONS. 2011;2(4), Article 56: 1-9.

Rodis JL. Training program to improve MTM capacity. Part of Association Report: Building capacity for pharmacist-provided patient care services. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2011;51(1):10-11.

Rodis JL, Legg JE, Casper KA. Partner for Promotion: An Innovative Advanced Community Pharmacy Practice Experience. Am J Pharm Educ. 2009;72(6) Article 134:1-10.