2021 Incentive Grant Recipient: Gadeer Hanbali, PharmD
Residents and their Preceptors
Project Proposal: Evaluating the Impact of Pharmacist Led Continuous Glucose Monitoring Educational Interventions on Markers of Quality of Life and Device in a Large Community Pharmacy Chain
Gadeer Hanbali, PharmD, currently serves as the PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident at Kroger Health and the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio.
"Community pharmacists are conveniently positioned and able to improve CGM device utilization through pharmacist-led patient education to help people live healthier lives."
I want to help my patients with diabetes improve their quality of life and health outcomes through a targeted, pharmacist-led educational intervention. This intervention is designed to help patients feel empowered in the self-management of their condition by increasing their ability to perform continuous glucose monitoring.
I am honored to be a recipient of this year’s Incentive Grant and am excited to research an area of pharmacy that allows us to provide patient-centered education to improve patient’s quality of life by helping these individuals to self-manage their conditions. Pharmacists are capable of providing patients with the education required to optimize their CGM device utilization.