Faculty & Staff Detail

Jill E. Lavigne, Ph.D., M.S., M.P.H.

Title: Professor
Office: WEGPHR 340
Phone: (585) 385-5255
Email: jlavigne@sjfc.edu
Education: Ph.D., University of Rochester
M.P.H., University of Rochester
M.S. Public Policy Analysis, University of Rochester
B.A., Duke University


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Jill Lavigne, Ph.D., M.P.H. teaches two required courses, Healthcare Delivery (P1 Fall) and Population Based Healthcare (P2 Spring), advises the College’s interdisciplinary Open School Chapter of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and offers Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience rotations (P4 year). She serves on the Wegmans School of Pharmacy committees on curriculum and interprofessional education and the strategic planning subgroup on administrative leadership. She previously served on the College Rank and Tenure Committee, Faculty Council, Faculty Assembly and Long Term Planning and Budget Committee.

Dr. Lavigne is Co-Principal Investigator of the Rochester Area Collaborative Center of Excellence in Pain Education (funded by the National Institutes of Health Pain Consortium, PI: OJ Sahler, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center). She has been selected to serve as a reviewer for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services multi-million dollar awards programs: Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (2015), Healthcare Innovation Awards (2012-2013), and the Bundled Payments Initiative (2012).

Dr. Lavigne has taught health outcomes research, pharmacoeconomics and pharmacoepidemiology at medical and pharmacy schools and served as a staff scientist in the US Department of Veterans Health Affairs. She has published in such journals as BMJ, Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, American Journal of Public Health, and American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.

Selected Presentations and Publications (2012-2015)

*Student or fellow

  • Lavigne JE, Curran K.* Teaching the World Health Organization's How to Handrub and 5 Moments of Hand Hygiene in a Healthcare Delivery course at a New School of Pharmacy. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 7 (2015):207-213.
  • Lavigne JE, Clauser A.* ACOs in Community Pharmacy: Walgreens and the Medicare Shared Savings ACOs. NYS ACCP Annual Meeting, Rochester, NY, September 2014.
  • Abu-Baker A, Lavigne JE. Developing Population Based Health Literacy and Pain Management Quality Improvement through Community-Based Data Collection in Sequential Community Experiential Education Rotations and a Required Population Based Healthcare Course: Tools and Pilot Outcomes. Peer-reviewed workshop. International Social Pharmacy Workshop. Boston, MA. August 2014. Research and Social & Administrative Pharmacy. Sept-Oct 2014. Vol 10:5:E73-E74.
  • Lavigne JE. NIH Center of Excellence in Pain Education Interprofessional Case Studies: Applications in Social Pharmacy and Experiential Education. Peer-reviewed workshop. International Social Pharmacy Workshop. Boston, MA. August 2014. Research and Social & Administrative Pharmacy. Sept-Oct 2014. Vol 10:5:E74.
  • Prohotsky DL,* Abu-Baker A, Conn K,** Volk C,* Novello F,* Lavigne JE. Health literacy in community pharmacy and neighborhood poverty: Student data collection and analysis in experiential education. American Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting 2014, Texas 2014.
  • Novello F,* Abu-Baker A, Lavigne JE. Mapping OTC Analgesic Availability at Community Pharmacies. Institute for Healthcare Improvement Annual Meeting, IHI Open School Graduate Student Storyboard Session. Orlando, Florida, December, 2013.
  • Avery L, Wedow R.* Lavigne JE. Ciprofloxacin Automatic Stop on Pneumonia Pathway Orders: Impact on Clinical Outcomes. Infectious Diseases Society of America, San Francisco, CA, October, 2013.
  • Lavigne JE. Population Based Pain Management for Interprofessional Collaborative Education: A Pilot Study. 4th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain. Toronto, Canada, May 2013.
  • Weiss E,* Lavigne JE. Effects of Interactive Voice Response Technology Interventions on Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials. Student Research Poster session. Institute for Healthcare Improvement Annual Meeting. Orlando, FLA. December 2013.
  • Vietri S,* Lavigne JE. Applying architectural intentional design to reduce vectors of transmission of anti-microbial resistant microorganisms in inpatient settings: Design findings and recommendations for quality improvement. Student Research Poster session. Institute for Healthcare Improvement Annual Meeting. Orlando, FLA. December 2013.
  • Gilligan AM, Myers J, Nash JD, Lavigne JE, Moczygemba LR, Plake KS, Quinones-Boex A, Holdford D, West-Strum D, Warholak T. Educating Pharmacy Students
  • Lavigne JE. Educating pharmacy students to improve quality in a new school of pharmacy. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2012;4:212–216.
  • O’Brocta R, Abu-Baker A, Budukh P, Gandhi M, Lavigne JE, Birnie C. A Continuous Professional Development Process for First-Year Pharmacy Students. American Journal of Pharmacy Education. 2012;76(2):29.

Books

Book Chapters

  • Lavigne JE, King DA, Lu N, Kemp, J, Knox KL. Pharmacist and pharmacy staff knowledge and attitudes towards suicide and suicide prevention: Lessons from a national training program in the US Department of Veterans Affairs. In: Lavigne JE. (ED). Frontiers in Suicide Risk Research, Treatment and Prevention. Nova Science Publishers. In press.
  • Lavigne JE. Comparative safety of multiple drug regimens with adverse effects of suicidal ideation and behavior in bipolar disorder: Design Considerations. In: Lavigne JE. (ED). Frontiers in Suicide Risk Research, Treatment and Prevention. Nova Science Publishers. In press.

Commissioned Editorial

  • Lavigne JE. Smoking cessation agents and suicide. British Medical Journal. 2009 Nov 5;339-b4360.

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