Earle Reome

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

My name is Dr. Earle Reome BS, PharmD, BCPS. I am a clinical pharmacist in practice for the past 22 years. I earned my BS in Pharmacy from Union University in 2001. I began my career working in Connecticut with CVS/Pharmacy in July 2001 moving to the Southern Tier of New York state (above the PA boarder- think Scranton and go north) in November 2002. I quickly transitioned from retail pharmacy to hospital inpatient clinical pharmacy in early 2003 working within the behavioral health population at a teaching hospital. In August of 2005 (almost a year after my son, Adam was born), I began my distance learning education through the University of Colorado Skagg's School of Pharmacy earning my PharmD in July 2011. During my years with UC, I worked on and earned my board certification as a pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS). In September 2022, I moved to North Carolina and currently work as a clinical Pharmacist at a teaching hospital. My interests are specific to Schizophrenia, HIV, and infectious disease (it is an eclectic smattering). I conduct research at my practice site specific to Schizophrenia. I have been published in Mental Health Clinician (September 2016) that pertained to my teams work with the use of long-acting injectable antipsychotics. I am a preceptor for both pharmacy students and pharmacy residents. I have provided lecturers to organizational Nursing staff (both RN and GN) in the field of psychiatry and medications. I also have provided lectures to medical residents in the field of HIV and behavioral health. I have sat on residency advisory committees, psychiatry department committees, and antibiotic stewardship committees throughout my career. Outside of my employer, I am a peer reviewer for two pharmacy journals: Mental Health Clinician, and Clinical Therapeutics. I work with legal groups in the state of Pennsylvania and New York providing expert witness testimony and have worked with Binghamton University School of Pharmacy, Wilke's University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy, University of Colorado Skagg's School of Pharmacy, and, currently, with UNC Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy and High Point university. As you can see, I like to stay busy.


BS, Union University- Albany College of Pharmacy

PharmD, University of Colorado

Awards / Honors

American Society of Health-System Pharmacist 2015, , 2006


Reome, E. J., Davis, P. E., Chou, F. (2016). Impact on length of stay and readmission rates when converting oral to long-acting injectable antipsychotics in schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. Mental Health Clinician