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Daphne E. Smith-Marsh, PharmD, CDE
Clinical Assistant Professor/Clinical Pharmacist - Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
The University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL

About Daphne E. Smith-Marsh, PharmD, CDE

Daphne E. Smith-Marsh, PharmD, CDE is a clinical assistant professor and clinical pharmacist-ambulatory care at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Pharmacy. She is also a diabetes educator in UIC’s Diabetes Wellness Education Program, where she conducts diabetes evaluation appointments and teaches courses about diabetes medications.

Daphne has presented at numerous continuing education programs on topics including blood glucose monitors and diabetes management. She is a member of several organizations, including the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).

She completed her pre-pharmacy education at Jackson State University in Jackson, MS, and Creighton University in Omaha, NE, before earning her Pharm D at UIC.

Publications

Smith, Daphne E. Type 1 Diabetes: 2007 Update. Tech Topics TM. Illinois Council of Health System Pharmacists. October 2007; 12(4): 1-28.

Smith, Daphne E. Type 2 Diabetes: 2006 Update. Tech Topics TM. Illinois Council of Health System Pharmacists. October 2006; 11(4): 1-28.

Smith, Daphne E. Protease Inhibitors. Pharmacy Clinical Newsletter. SSM-Diversified Health Services Spring 1998.

Smith, Daphne E. Intravenous Immunoglobulin Shortage. Pharmacy Clinical Newsletter. SSM-Diversified Health Services Spring 1998.

Smith, Daphne E. An Overview of Contemporary Anticoagulants. Pharmacy Clinical Newsletter. SSM-Diversified Health Services Winter 1997.

Smith, Daphne E. IV Bolus Administration of Ranitidine. Pharmacy Clinical Newsletter. SSM-Diversified Health Services Winter 1997.

Articles Written by Daphne E. Smith-Marsh, PharmD, CDE

Other Osteoporosis Medications That May Help Prevent Spinal Fractures

There are many different types of medications that doctors may prescribe to treat osteoporosis and help reduce the risk for a painful spinal fracture. One class of drugs are the bisphosphonates.

Bisphosphonates: Osteoporosis Medications That May Help Prevent Spinal Fractures

This article is about a specific class of drugs call bisphosphonates. These medications help increase bone mineral density in the spine (and hips) and may help reduce the risk of fracture.

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Merck, Pfizer
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