Dr. Nemire’s research through the years has focused on clinical research in Neurology, and in non-patient care areas of Leadership, Health Professions Education and Educational Technologies. She participated as an Investigator in some of the first clinical trials for now approved therapies used in Alzheimer’s Disease, Migraine, Epilepsy and Neuropathic Pain. More recently her focus has been on educational outcomes, educational technologies development, and curricular research. She has disseminated information from research outcomes both Nationally and Internationally at conferences, in textbooks, peer reviewed journals and in digital media.
An abbreviated list of peer reviewed publications includes:
Dopheide, JA, Bostwick, J, Whittington-Goldstone, L, Thomas, K, Nemire, RE, et.al. Curriculum in Psychiatry and Neurology for Pharmacy Programs. Accepted by Am J Pharm Educ for publication 2017.
Ried, LD, Doty, RE, Nemire, RE. A Psychometric Evaluation of an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Clinical Competency Framework
Am J Pharm Ed 2015; 79(2).
Teagarden, JR, Assa-Eley, M, Nemire, RE. Illness performed and imagined: An elective course using humanities to teach student pharmacists about illness. Curr. Pharm. Teach. Learn. 2013, 5, 120–128.
Malhotra J, Kissack JC, Nemire RE, Webster KD. Development and validation of an assessment tool for evaluating students on introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) Am J Pharm Educ. 2010;74(5) Article 96.
Nemire, RE, Ward, C., Whalen, K., Quinn, J., Subramaniam, V., Gershon, SK. Zavod RM., Public health matters: the role of the pharmacist and the academy. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2010; 2:2-11.
Brazeau, GA, Meyer SM, Belsey, M, Bednarczyk, EM, Bilic, S, Bullock, J. DeLander, GE Fiese, EF, Giroux, SL, McNatty, D, Nemire, RE, PrescottJr, WA, Traynor. AP. Preparing Pharmacy Graduates for Traditional and Emerging Career Opportunities. Am J Pharm Ed. 2009; 73, (8).
Zapantis, A., Machado, C., Nemire, RE., Leung. S., An Elective Course in Adult Acute Care Medicine Using a Hybrid Delivery System. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2008; 72 (5) Article 105.
Skrabal, MZ., Jones, RM., Nemire, RE., Boyle, CJ., Assemi, M. et.al. National Survey of Volunteer Pharmacy Preceptors. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2008; 72 (5) Article 112.
Ried, DL., Nemire, RE., Doty, R., Brickler, MP., Anderson, HH., Frenzel-Shepherd, E., Larose-Pierre, M., Dugan, D. An Automated Competency-based Student Performance Assessment
Program for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential Programs, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2007; 71 (6) Article 128.
Nemire, RE. Intellectual Property Development and Use for Distance Education Courses: A Review of Law, Organizations, and Resources for Faculty. College Teaching. 2007;55 (1):26-30.
Skrabal, MZ, Kahaleh, AA, Nemire, RE, Boxer, H, Broshes, Z, Harris, M, Cardello, E. Preceptors’ Perspectives on Benefits of Precepting Student Pharmacists to Students, Preceptors and the Profession. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2006; 46:605-612.
Nemire, RE, Meyer, S. Educating Students for Practice: Educational Outcomes and Community Experience. American Journal Pharmaceutical Education. 2006:70(1) Article 13.
Ward Ceressa, Nemire RE, Daniel K., The Development, and Assessment of a Medical Mission Elective Course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2005:69(3) Article 50.
Nemire RE., Margulis L., Shepherd EF., Prescription for a Healthy Service-Learning Course, American Journal Pharmaceutical Education. 2004:68(1):SL3.