Jeffery A. Goad, PharmD, MPH
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Economics & Policy
Phone: (323) 442-1907
Fax: (213) 342-3431
Travel Health, Immunizations, Epidemiology, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Medication Errors, Community Pharmacy, College Health
Jeffery A. Goad is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Continuing Professional Development, Credentialing and Distance Education at the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy in 1994 and Masters of Public Health from the USC Keck School of Medicine in 2003. He completed a residency in pediatric pharmacy practice at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and holds the Certificate of Knowledge in Travel Health from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Dr. Goad currently serves as President of the California Immuunization Coalition, the first pharmacist to lead the group. He is also the Chair of the Pharmacists Professional Group Section of the International Society of Travel Medicine. Previously, Dr. Goad served as the President of the California Pharmacists Association.
In 2000, Dr. Goad established and currently runs the USC Student Health Travel Medicine Clinic and the USC Family Medicine Travel Clinic. He coordinates the community pharmacy clerkship and classroom electives and teaches immunizations, epidemiology, and parasitology. He is currently a national faculty trainer for the American Pharmacists Association Pharmacy Based Immunization Training Program.
Dr. Goad is the director of the USC Community Pharmacy Practice Residency program and has implemented numerous community based patient care programs including a travel health clinic, tuberculosis compliance clinic, emergency contraceptive service, immunization program, and multiphasic disease state screenings. Dr. Goad has presented papers at numerous pharmacy and medical conferences. He lectures and writes extensively on the topic of travel health, community acquired infectious diseases, immunization practices, and community pharmacy programs. He is also a reviewer for several journals on the topic of community pharmacy practice.
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Selected Projects/PublicationsGoad, JA. Travel Medicine and the Role of the Pharmacist. Advances in Pharmacy 2004; 2(4)
Rudis MI, Stone SC, Goad JA, Lee VM, Chitchyan A, Newton KI. Pneumococcal Vaccination in the Emergency Department: An Assessment of Need. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2004; 44(4): 386-392
Goad JA. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. In: Young LY, Koda-Kimble M, eds. Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs, 8th Ed., Ch.65 Lippincot, Williams and Wilkins, 2004
Goad JA and Neinstein L. Pinworm Infections. In: Berardi R, ed. Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs, 14th Ed, Ch 20 American Pharmacists Association Press, 2004
Kishi D, Goad JA, Korman N, Miller, T, Ferrill M, Strom H. White Paper: Certification, Credentials, and Credentialing in Pharmacy. California Journal of Health-System Pharmacists 2000;12(3):4-10
Goad, JA. Travel Medicine. The Rx Consultant November 2001; X(10):1-8
Goad, JA. Understanding Bioterrorism: Smallpox. Pharmacy Times. December 2001: 20-25.