Kaitlyn Loi obtained her doctorate of pharmacy in May 2016 from the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy (URI COP). During her time at URI COP, she has served as President of the Student College of Clinical Pharmacy and Historian of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association. Kaitlyn has also worked as an inpatient pharmacy intern and medication reconciliation technician. Kaitlyn’s areas of clinical interest and research include the impact of health literacy on medication adherence and patient outcomes; optimizing medication safety, education, and reconciliation during transitions of care; antimicrobial stewardship; and infectious diseases.
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