Kathy Calloway-Sykes, BS Pharm, MBA
Kathy Calloway-Sykes, BS Pharm, MBA
Kathy Calloway-Sykes received her BS Pharm degree from Texas Southern University and her MBA with emphasis in health care from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She started her career in retail pharmacy before going back to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy residency program. Following the completion of the program, she became a critical care clinical pharmacist for several years and was later promoted to Senior Pharmacist in charge of daily pharmacy operations, quality assurance, and adverse drug events. Calloway-Sykes has presented on the state level in the area of adverse drug event reporting and pharmacy technician training. She now works as a staff pharmacist and pharmacy residency coordinator.
Articles
Mar 1, 2016 @08:26 AM
What does it really mean to be a preceptor to pharmacy students and postgraduate residents?

Nov 3, 2015 @04:14 AM
Can robots replace actual pharmacists?

Sep 25, 2015 @02:38 AM
When a new employee joins your pharmacy team, how do you represent your job or organization?

Aug 18, 2015 @01:30 AM
Pharmacists are in a great position to reinvent themselves because they have developed skills over time that are useful in many career fields.

Jun 15, 2015 @02:07 AM
Today's pharmacists can take community brown bag consults to another level.

May 28, 2015 @04:06 AM
Why is there still a big divide on whether a residency can benefit a pharmacy career?

Mar 13, 2015 @12:58 PM
Do drug take-back programs in pharmacies do more harm than good?

Mar 6, 2015 @02:43 AM
Pharmacists are providing collaborative pharmacy services, but lack formal recognition.

Feb 27, 2015 @03:28 AM
How do you respond to disgruntled physicians, nurses, or patients?

Feb 23, 2015 @02:36 AM
Is the pharmacy job market on the incline or decline with the saturation of pharmacists?

Feb 17, 2015 @02:55 AM
Preparing to take the BCPS exam is a win-win situation for everyone involved.

Feb 9, 2015 @03:15 AM
An increased number of reported medication errors does not necessarily translate to poor pharmacy services.

Feb 3, 2015 @04:31 AM
Maintaing drug inventory while providing appropriate patient care remains a daily challenge for pharmacists in light of national drug shortages.

Feb 2, 2015 @02:26 AM
If you use erythropoiesis stimulating agents (ESAs) in your hospital or clinic, then here is a refresher of the ESA APPRISE Program.

Jan 29, 2015 @04:01 AM
Pharmacy operations can be improved by investing in continuing education for pharmacy technicians.