Jessica Bergsbaken, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: Drake University, PGY-1 at University of Minnesota Medical Center-Fairview, PGY-2 in Pediatrics at Texas Children's Hospital 

Organizational Involvement: PPAG General Pediatrics committee member, Summer Intern Pediatrics rotation coordinator, ASHP BCPPS Recertification Field Tester, SPS Falls committee member

Current Projects/Initiatives: Improving access to pediatric rescue seizure medications in AFCH, improving care coordination of patients newly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes

Research Interests: General pediatrics, inflammatory bowel disease, teaching/precepting

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Jenna Bender, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: Drake University College of Pharmacy, PGY-1 at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, PGY-2 in Pediatrics at University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics

Organizational Involvement: ACCP, PPAG, WAPC

Current Projects/Initiatives: Neonatal seizure clinical practice guideline, neurology


Monica Bogenschutz, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Pharmacy Coordinator, Pediatric Clinical Services and PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency Program Director

Education/Post Graduation Training: Pharm.D, University of Wisconsin School of

Pharmacy; PGY1 Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

Organizational Involvement: PPAG (Chair Pediatric Critical Care Special Interest Group), ACCP (Member of Standard Setting Panel), ASHP, Vizient Pediatrics Committee

Current Projects/Initiatives:  Standardization of periextubation dexamethasone in PICU, Development and Implementation of Vancomycin Guideline/Protocol for pediatric patients, Standardization of palivizumab ordering and administration at UW Health/Meriter, Optimization of sedation/analgesia in PICU, AFCH caregiver/pharmacist smoking cessation initiative

Research Interests: Pediatric/neonatal critical care, infectious diseasestudent and resident education/mentorship, and medication safety

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Hanna Christensen, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: UW Madison School of Pharmacy, PGY-1 Meriter Unity Point Health Hospital, Madison WI

Organizational Involvement: Member of ACCP, WAPC, and PPAG

Current Projects/Initiatives: Intravenous lidocaine for pain-clinical practice guideline, decreasing the use of inappropriate palivizumab usage, evaluating and reducing opioid prescribing on discharge

Research Interests: NICU, Nephrology, pediatric complex care

Amy Culp, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: North Dakota State University, PGY1 Sanford Health Medical Center PGY2 University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital 

Organizational Involvement: member of ACCP & PPAG, member of inpatient Ketogenic Diet team, member of pharmacy practice anticoagulation subcommittee 

Current Projects/Initiatives: development of pediatric vancomycin protocol, ketogenic diet initiation/maintenance protocol, and infantile spasms management pathways

Research Interests: complex care, neurology, PICU


Megan Kroll, PharmD

Position: Pediatric clinical pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: UW Madison, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis TN

Organizational Involvement: PPAG

Current Projects/Initiatives: Pediatric electrolyte replacement guideline

Research Interests: pediatric critical care, pediatric cardiology, fluids and electrolytes


Nikki Lubcke, PharmD, BCOP 

Position: Pediatric oncology

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD, University of Wisconsin; PGY1, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Organizational Involvement: Pharmacy practice committee, Pediatric Beacon workflow committee, Pediatric hematology/Oncology clinical operations committee, Preceptor Advisory Committee, MUE subcommittee

Current Projects/Initiatives: Beacon for pediatric oncology- treatment plan build and review, pegaspargase monitoring and use standardization, pediatric oncology competency for pediatric and adult pharmacists

Research Interests: EMAR for pediatric oncology and pediatric oncology medication safety

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Jodie Ritchie, PharmD 

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: UW Madison SOP, PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at UW Health, PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency at UW Health - American Family Children’s Hospital

Organizational Involvement: PPAG, ASHP, PSW

Current Projects/Initiatives: Implementation of pharmacy services with pediatric specialty clinics, providing vaccination to parents/caregivers of patients at increased risk, APPE-RT mentor

Research Interests: Pediatric General Care, Pediatric Complex Care, Pediatric Ambulatory Care


Gabrielle (Russell) Schneiderman, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD, University of Wisconsin; PGY1/PGY2 pediatric critical care focus, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and University of Tennessee

Organizational Involvement: Member of PPAG, ACCP, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Phi Lambda Sigma

Current Projects/Initiatives:  Pediatric RSI medication card

Research Interests: Pediatric critical care, pediatric cardiology, neonatology, neurology, pharmacogenomics, nutrition, medication safety, teaching/precepting

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Ryan M. Seagren, PharmD, BCPPS

Position: Pediatric Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: Northeastern University; PGY1 at Tufts Medical Center; PGY2 in Pediatric Critical Care at Children’s National Medical Center

Organizational Involvement: PPAG, ASHP, Education and Development Committee, Pediatric Precepting Committee

Current Projects/Initiatives: IV acetaminophen dosing guideline, board certification renewal program, pediatric asplenia order set, ASHP accreditation survey

Research Interests: Critical care/trauma, education/precepting, cystic fibrosis, infectious diseases

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Keywords:Pediatrics   Doc ID:91006
Owner:Mike F.Group:UW Health Pharmacy
Created:2019-04-11 17:10 CDTUpdated:2021-09-23 12:21 CDT
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