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Ateequr Rahman, PhD, MBA

Associate Professor

Dr. Ateequr Rahman earned his Ph.D. in pharmacy administration with a focus on pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Earlier he obtained his MBA with focus in health economics from the Northeast Louisiana University. His research areas include assessment of electronic and personal health records, interventions in rural and Health disparity populations, health-related quality of life, health preference and utility, patient satisfaction and symptom assessment studies. He has co-received over $2 millions in federal and private grants. He has served as principal investigator for the Department of Defense grant and co-investigator on multiple Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) studies. He has taught several courses in schools of pharmacy for the past 10 years. He is a registered pharmacist and actively involved in the practice of pharmacy. Dr. Rahman serves as a reviewer for several journals and meetings in the area of pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research. He has presented his research findings in various national and international conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals.

Curriculum Vitae

Courses

  • Health Care Systems
  • Pharmacoeconomics
  • Advanced Pharmacoeconomics
  • Clinical Epidemiology

Research

Dr. Ateequr Rahman earned his Ph.D. in Pharmacy Administration with a focus on Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes research from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Earlier he obtained his MBA with focus in Health Economics from the Northeast Louisiana University. His research areas include Assessment of Electronic and Personal Health Records, Interventions in Rural and Health disparity populations, health-related quality of life, health preference and utility, patient satisfaction and symptom assessment studies. He has co-received over $2 millions in Federal and Private grants. He has served as Principal Investigator for the Department of Defense grant and co-investigator on multiple Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) studies. He has taught several courses in the Schools of pharmacy for the past 10 years. He is a registered Pharmacist and actively involved in the practice of pharmacy.

Dr. Rahman serves as a reviewer for several journals and meetings in the area of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes research. He has presented his research findings in various national and international conferences and published in peer-reviewed Journals.

Recent Publications

Kimberley Ryan, Rahman A, “Factors Influencing Patient Satisfaction with Nurse Practitioners in Rural Urgent Care Centers” Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners  (JAANP). 24(2012) 77-81, February 2102.

Scott K. Stolte, Craig Richard, Ateequr Rahman, and Robert S. Kidd (2011). Student Pharmacists' Use and Perceived Impact of Educational Technologies. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education: Volume 75, Issue 5, Article 92.

Rahman A, Rizwan S, Waycaster C, Wall GM.,  “Pooled analysis of two clinical trials comparing the clinical outcomes of topical ciprofloxacin/dexamethasone otic suspension and polymyxin B/neomycin/hydrocortisone otic suspension for the treatment of acute otitis externa in adults and children.”Clinical Therapeutics”. 2007 Sep;29(9):1950-6

Peacock R, Kidd R, Rahman A. Patient care services in community pharmacy: what is the bottom line? Journal of the American Pharmacist Association 2007; 46: 762-767.

Dennis Raisch, Rahman A, et.al., ISPOR Risk Management Special Interest Group – Vision and A Plan For Action, ISPOR connections, a publication of “Value in Health”. Vol.11 No 5: October 15, 2005, 8-11

Rahman A, “Patient and Physician Factors Influencing the Inappropriate Prescribing of Antibiotics for Acute Otitis Media in Children”. Drug Benefit Trends, Vol. 16, No. 2, Feb. 2004. Pages 79-87.

Rahman A, Tahir R, Brocavich J. Student Attitudes and Assessment of a First Year Pharmacy Shadowing Course. Am. J. Pharm. Educ. 2003; 67(2): article 40.

Thomas P. Johnston, Rahman A, Dipesh Shah, and Ashim K. Mitra, “Permeation of unfolded Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor (bFGF) Across Rabbit Buccal Mucosa-Does Unfolding of bFGF Enhance Transport?” Pharmaceutical Research, February 1998, Volume 15, Number 2. Pages 246-253.

Rahman A, “Affect of payment sources on the diagnostic tests prescribing for Pediatric Asthma”, Paper Proceedings in the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Value in Health, Volume, 7, No. 3, 221-222, 2004

Rahman A, Rabia Tahir, Madhu Agrawal, Influence of A First Year Pharmacy Course on The Attitudes of Students Toward Pharmacy Profession by Demographics Paper proceedings in the Business and Health Proceedings, March 2003.