Jeanette D. Trella, PharmD, BCPPS
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Pharmacy Resident - The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
PharmD - University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, Cincinnati, OH
Managing Director, Poison Control Center
Residency Preceptor, Pharmacy Residency Program
Dietary supplement adverse reactions
Poison Control Center utilization and technology enhancements
Medication overdose management and outcomes
Trella JD, Schriener J, Henretig FH. Investigation of patient disposition following ingestion of super absorbent polymer toys [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Trella JD, Osterhoudt KC. Emergency Medical Services’ (EMS) Utilization of a Poison Control Center [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Hummel K, Trella JD. Dietary supplement exposures and adverse reactions reported to a poison control center [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Boroughf WJ, Bassett RA, Trella JD, Osterhoudt KC. He put what where? A case of intentional doxepin overdose via the rectal route [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Osterhoudt KC, Trella JD, Henretig FH. Sodium Acetate Substitution for Sodium Bicarbonate in Pediatric Poisoning: A Case Series [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2013, Atlanta, GA.
D’Acenzo JD, Trella JD, Osterhoudt KO, Henretig F. Unintentional ingestion of topical imidazoline derivatives in pediatric patients: 10 years of experience at a single PCC [poster presentation]. North American Clinical Toxicology Conference; September 2013, Atlanta, GA.
Nguyen L, Winston M, MSN,CPNP,AE-C, Trella J. Acetaminophen and Asthma In Children, Is There A Connection? J Asthma All Ed. 2013; 4(6):271.277. Read abstract
Clower J, Henretig F, Trella J, et al. Carbon Monoxide Reported to Poison Centers and Related to Hurricane Sandy-Northeastern United States, 2012. Notes from the Field, Weekly MMWR. 2012; 61(44): 905-905. Read abstract
Goldie Markowitz, MSN, CRNP, Amy Dean, RD, MA, Jeanette Trella, PharmD, Andrea Mattie, MS, Sherri Cohen, MD. Cyproheptadine as Adjunctive Therapy in Children With A Feeding Disorder: A Retrospective Chart Review
Poster presented at American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology, and Nutrition (NASPGHAN) Annual Meeting. 2012 Oct 18-20. Salt Lake City, UT.
2012, Employee of the Year Award, Presented by the Housestaff of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Reviewer for American Journal Health-System Pharmacy
Reviewer for Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Reviewer for Journal for Asthma & Asthma Educators
2008-present, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University
2012- present, Formulary Review Committee
2012- present, Therapeutics Standards Committee
2012- present, Drug Utilization Evaluation Committee
2012- present, Adverse Drug Reaction Committee
2007-2012, Asthma Clinical Science and Research Group
2007-2012, Quality and Safety Committees
2007-2012, Asthma Care Committee
2009-2012, Intestinal Rehabilitation Program Committee
American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC)
American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (AACT)
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)
Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG)
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