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 19 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 my current residency in 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 and have been doing that ever since. 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). Currently, I work within the behavioral health population 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 provide lecturers to my organization's Nursing staff (both RN and GN) in the field of psychiatry and medications. I also provide lectures to our medical residents in the field of HIV. I sit on our residency advisory committee, psychiatry department committee, and antibiotic stewardship committee. Outside of my employer, I am a peer reviewer for two pharmacy journals: Mental Health Clinician, and Clinical Therapeutics. I work with area legal groups providing expert witness testimony and Binghamton University School of Pharmacy. As you can see, I like to stay busy. I am recently divorced and have a 15-year old son (Adam).
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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.