Doctor of Pharmacy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Newsome is a licensed pharmacist in the following states: Illinois, New Mexico and Washington.
PGY-1 residency: Pharmacy practice residency at the University of New Mexico hospitals in Albuquerque. Newsome received a teaching certificate from the Health Sciences Center as part of this residency.
PGY-2 residency: Ambulatory care at the University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Newsome teaches in Pharmacotherapy IV and is the instructor of record for this course. She precepts students for their APPE ambulatory care rotations and also serves as the student coordinator for all students at the Spokane VA.
Newsome’s practice site is at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She runs a metabolic clinic where she sees patients with diabetes and other cardiovascular risk factors. As a pharmacist provider, Newsome operates under a protocol which allows her to initiate, titrate and discontinue medications.
Newsome’s scholarly interests include increasing the quality of medical and pharmacy care for transgender and gender nonbinary patients.
Newsome C, Collip L, Sharon N, Conklin J. Incorporating a Pharmacist in a Transgender Medical Home: An Innovative Practice Description. AJHP. 2017 Feb; 74 (3):135-139.
Newsome C, Mallawarachichi I, Garcia J, Ray G. Association between health literacy and diabetes control in a pharmacist-run disease state management clinic. Cogent Medicine. 2017 Jan 6; 3(1).
Newsome C, Ryan K, Bakhireva L, Sarangarm P. Stat Pharm: Cultivating Statistical Knowledge in Resident Research. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2016 Apr; 73(7):434-5.
Nawarskas J, Newsome C, Anderson J, Ahmad B. P2Y12 inhibitors in acute coronary syndrome: current perspectives. Research Reports in Clinical Cardiology. 2015 Oct; 6:123-143.