Carol A Motycka

Carol A Motycka, Pharm.D., BCACP

Clinical Associate Professor

Department: Jacksonville Campus
Business Phone: (904) 244-9590
Business Email: motycka@cop.ufl.edu

About Carol A Motycka

Dr. Carol Motycka graduated from the University of Florida with her Pharm.D. and completed a residency in Ambulatory Care at Florida Hospital in Orlando. After practicing at Florida Hospital for several years, Motycka joined the University of Florida to help build the College of Pharmacy program in Jacksonville. She is board certified in Ambulatory Care has completed fellowships in both leadership and education. Motycka has been published in multiple academic and clinical journals and has provided over 100 presentations in the field. She has received awards on the state and national level for her teaching, research, and leadership. Motycka is a strong advocate of the profession of pharmacy and serves the profession through public relations events in her community and professional organizations where she has served in multiple capacities including Speaker of the House for the Florida Pharmacy Association and President of Duval County Pharmacy Association. As assistant dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy Jacksonville Campus, Motycka spends her time teaching, completing research, advising and administrating.

Research Profile

Research Interests: Substance Abuse, Obesity, Interprofessional Education

Publications

2019
Fulfilling Educational Competencies through Global Pharmacy Experiences.
Pharmacy (Basel, Switzerland). 7(2) [DOI] 10.3390/pharmacy7020050. [PMID] 31130690.
2019
A Simulated Approach to Fostering Competency in End-of-Life Care Among Pharmacy Students.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 83(4) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe6904. [PMID] 31223159.
2018
Using interprofessional medication management simulations to impact student attitudes toward teamwork to prevent medication errors.
Currents in pharmacy teaching & learning. 10(7):982-989 [DOI] 10.1016/j.cptl.2018.04.010. [PMID] 30236437.
2017
Teaching End-of-Life Care Using Interprofessional Simulation.
The Journal of nursing education. 56(4):205-210 [DOI] 10.3928/01484834-20170323-03. [PMID] 28383743.
2015
A review of the treatment of type 2 diabetes in children.
The journal of pediatric pharmacology and therapeutics : JPPT : the official journal of PPAG. 20(1):4-16 [DOI] 10.5863/1551-6776-20.1.4. [PMID] 25859165.
2014
Considerations for the appropriate use of skeletal muscle relaxants for the management of acute low back pain.
P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management. 39(6):427-35 [PMID] 25050056.
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2012
Potential benefits of warfarin monitoring by a clinical pharmacist in a long term care facility.
Journal of thrombosis and thrombolysis. 33(2):173-7 [DOI] 10.1007/s11239-011-0642-1. [PMID] 21964972.
2012
A review of abuse-deterrent opioids for chronic nonmalignant pain.
P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management. 37(7):412-8 [PMID] 22876107.
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2011
Treatment options for obesity and potential therapies on the horizon.
P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management. 36(5):282-301 [PMID] 21785541.
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2011
Redesign of a pediatric pharmacotherapy elective course to accommodate budget reductions.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 75(10) [DOI] 10.5688/ajpe7510206. [PMID] 22345725.
2011
Redesign of a Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Elective Course To Accommodate Budget Reductions
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 75
2010
Self-Assessment in Pharmacy and Health Science Education and Professional Practice
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 74
2010
Self-assessment in pharmacy and health science education and professional practice.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 74(5) [PMID] 20798800.
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2009
A review of cardiovascular risks associated with medications used to treat type-2 diabetes mellitus.
P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management. 34(7):368-78 [PMID] 20140101.
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2006
Type 2 diabetes in children: a growing epidemic.
The journal of pediatric pharmacology and therapeutics : JPPT : the official journal of PPAG. 11(4):212-22 [DOI] 10.5863/1551-6776-11.4.212. [PMID] 23115537.
2006
Comparing self-reported burnout of pharmacy students on the founding campus with those at distance campuses.
American journal of pharmaceutical education. 70(5) [PMID] 17149443.
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Grants

Oct 2019 – Sep 2020
Interprofessional Opioid Patient Safety Training Across the Lifespan
Role: Principal Investigator
Funding: UF HEALTH SHANDS HOSPITAL
Jan 2016 – Nov 2017
student simulation training fo rht enhancement of
Role: Principal Investigator
Funding: SHANDS TEACHING HOSPITAL HEALTHCARE

Education

Pharm.D.
1998 · University of Florida College of Pharmacy

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
2009-2021
PHA5737 Drugs in Society
2018-2021
PHA5789C Patient Care 7
2018-2019
PHA5734 Year 3 Enhancement
2017-2019
PHA5784C Pt Care 4: GI and Renal
2018-2019
PHA5166L Prof Skills Lab Vi
2016,2018
PHA5878C Pt Care 3: Cv and Pulm
2017-2018
PHA5165L Prof Skills Lab V
2009-2018
PHA5788 Pharmacotherapy 6
2016
PHA5163L Prac Skills Lab III
2015-2016
PHA5007 Pharm and Pop Health
2016
PHA5108L Pharmaceu Skls Lab 1
2009-2011,2013-2016,2016
PHA5907 Research in Phar Prac
2011,2013-2015
PHA6634 Medication Therapy Management: An Endocrine Focus
2011-2015
PHA5239 Pharm Law and Ethics
2014-2015
PHA5009 Global Health Pharm
2015
PHA5700C Personal and Prof Dev I
2014-2015
PHA5933 Select Top Pharmacy
2012-2015
PHA5787 Pharmacotherapy 5
2012-2014
PHA6636 Medication Therapy Management: A Gastrointestinal Focus
2011-2014
PHA5784 Pharmacotherapy 4
2012-2014
PHA5943C Intr Pha Prac Exp 3
2012-2014
PHA5941C Intr Pha Prac Exp 1
2011-2014
PHA5782 Pharmacotherapy 2
2014
PHA5609 Pediatric Pharmacy
2013
PHA5649 Adv Pharm Pract Exp 7
2011,2013
PHA5895 Intr Clin Tch in Acad
2012-2013
PHA5944C Intr Pha Prac Exp 4
2012-2013
PHA5942C Intr Pha Prac Exp 2
2012
PHA5781 Pharmacotherapy 1
2011
PHA5901 Res Ph Outcome and Plcy

Contact Details

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