Connie Law, PharmD Connie Law, PharmD, is a Residency Preceptor with the Pharmacy Residency Program and a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Drug Information and Policy Development. Areas of Expertise: Anticoagulation, Process Improvement Locations: Main Campus Background Dr. Law is also involved in Anticoagulation Monitoring Program and Drug Use Evaluation committee at CHOP. She completed training in LEAN, SIX SIGMA, and CHOP Improvement Leadership program. She actively participates in various process improvement and cost savings initiatives. Areas of Interest Anticoagulation LEAN and SIX SIGMA Pharmacoeconomics Pharmacoinformatics Education and Training ResidencyPharmacy Practice (PGY1) - The Philadelphia Veterans Affair Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA Drug Information Specialty (PGY2) - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA Graduate DegreeDoctor of Pharmacy - University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USIP), Philadelphia, PA Titles and Academic Titles Residency Preceptor, Pharmacy Residency ProgramClinical Pharmacy Specialist in Drug Information and Policy Development Departments and Services Pharmacy Residency Program Research Interests Statin therapy in HCV Non-formulary medication management Publications Papers2015 Law C, Raffini. A guide to the use of anticoagulant drugs in children. Paediatr Drugs. 2015;17(2):105-14. 2014 Greene LA, Law C, Jung M, Walton S, Ignjatovic V, Monagle P, Raffini LJ. Lack of anti-factor Xa assay standardization results in significant low molecular weight heparin (enoxaparin) dose variation in neonates and children. J Thromb Haemost 2014;12(9):1554-7. McIntyre C, Law C, Erush S. Drug information skills: An abandoned necessity? AJHP 2014;71(11):900-1. Posters and Presentations2015 Bustin, A, Gomes J, Law C. Drug use evaluation of anakinra in a pediatric population. Poster presented at the 50th (2015) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, New Orleans, LA. Ciaramitaro J, Gomes J, Law C. Therapeutic substitution at a pediatric institution: an evaluation. Poster presented at the 50th (2015) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, New Orleans, LA. Hoffman M, Gomes J, Law C. Safety and formulary compliance with parenteral hydantoin anticonvulsant agents in pediatric patients. Poster presented at the 50th (2015) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, New Orleans, LA. 2013 Greene LA, Law C, Jung M, Walton S, Raffini LJ. Lack of Anti-Xa Assay Standardization Results in Significant Dose Variation in Neonates and Children Receiving Enoxaparin. Poster presented at the 55th (2013) American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition, New Orleans, LA. 2012 Hummel K, Law C, Le KM, Erush SC. Standardizing the necessity for off-label informed consent: A pediatric undertaking. Poster presented at the 47th (2012) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, Las Vegas, NV. Gembarski J, Law C. Dexmedetomidine use in a pediatric population. Poster presented at the 47th (2012) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, Las Vegas, NV. Isaacs L, Law C. Safety of the use of isoflurane in the pediatric intensive care unit. Poster presented at the 47th (2012) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, Las Vegas, NV. 2011 Ravi S, Law C. Review of Sedation Medication-Related Respiratory Adverse Drug Events at a Pediatric Institution. Poster presented at the 46th (2011) ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition, Anaheim, CA. Leadership and Memberships Memberships in professional organizations American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Mid-Atlantic College of Clinical Pharmacy (MACCP) Patient Experience Ratings About the Patient Experience Rating System The Patient Experience Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Patients that are treated in outpatient or hospital environments may receive different surveys, and the volume of responses will vary by question. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score. The comments are submitted by patients and families and reflect their views and opinions. The comments are not endorsed by and do not reflect the views of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.