Alma Mater: MCPHS University (BS and PharmD)
Post-Graduate Training: Residency; Boston VA Medical Center
Position at MCPHS: Professor of Pharmacy Practice; Faculty mentor for MCPHS/BD fellows
Do you have any advice for current or incoming fellows?
Find something you are passionate about and concentrate your efforts there. Develop a relationship with your academic preceptor to help accomplish your goals.
What is your favorite part of working with the fellowship program?
What I enjoy most about working with the fellows is observing and participating in their professional growth over time. I enjoy helping them accomplish their goals and being a mentor for them. I am so proud of them as they progress through the program and start their careers when they complete their fellowship.
Can you tell us about the projects you’ve worked on with the fellows?
I’ve had between 2-4 fellows since July 2013. I take 1-2 of them in clinic once a week for 1-2 years depending on which year they have been in Boston. The ones in NJ have traveled to Boston to attend clinic and present at the Ambulatory Care Practice Group sessions. The ones that live in the area present at ACPG every 6 weeks (PY4).
Over the years, Dr. Goldman and her fellow mentees have submitted ten peer-reviewed papers, thirty seven non-peer reviewed blogs/articles, six abstracts/posters, and one Continuing Education (CE) Presentation. She is currently developing one peer-reviewed paper and has two CEs in development for later in 2021. See below for some of her most recent projects.
Lu B, Goldman JD. Glucose variability and the use of continuous glucose monitors in people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Published ahead of print, AADE in Practice. October 2018. doi.org/10.1177/2325160318798641. 2018;6(6):22-25. AADE in Practice. 2018;6(6):22-25.
Morse C, Sze D, Patel D, Goldman JD. Non-glycemic benefits of antidiabetic medications. Published ahead of print, Clinical Diabetes, October 2018. doi.org/10.2337/cd18-0015. Clinical Diabetes. 2018;37(2):131-141.
Sze D, Goldman JD. Human regular 500 units/ml insulin therapy. A review of clinical evidence and new delivery options. Clinical Diabetes, published ahead of print August 2018. doi.org/10.2337/cd18-0004. Clinical Diabetes 2018:36(4):319-324.
Lu B, Goldman JD. Counseling patients with type 1 diabetes. Pharmacy Times 2018;84(2):37-38.
Lu B, Goldman JD. Pharmacists and Annual Wellness Visits. Pharmacy Times 2018;84(3):46-47.