Summary

Kim Redic is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and has been a practicing pharmacist in a number of settings, including community and academic institutions, veterinary medicine, and most recently in research pharmacy and investigational drug services. In addition to her appointment in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, she manages the U-M Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) research pharmacy. In this role, she oversees 6 clinical pharmacists, 6 pharmacy technicians, and 2 pharmacy interns, as well as the 375+ studies currently managed by the service. She is responsible for ensuring all activities are aligned with the mission and needs of the institution in addition to being compliant with all relevant guidance, regulations, pharmacy laws, and institutional policies and procedures.

She is a member of the UMHHC Cancer Center Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and the Department of Pharmacy Services leadership team. She is also an active member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Research Interests

  • Medication safety with investigational drugs

  • Use of technology in investigational drug services

  • Implementation of pharmacy practice models in clinical research settings

  • Innovative roles for pharmacy technicians

  • Innovative pharmacy teaching and experiential education in the areas of clinical research and institutional practice

Awards

  • 2017 Nominee for Teaching Excellence Award (not selected), Student nominated

Selected Publications

  • Redic K. Carfilzomib: A Novel Agent for Multiple Myeloma. J Pharm Pharmacology 65(8):1095-1106, 2013.

  • Redic K, Chen G, Skyles AJ, Tamer HR. Effectiveness of Clinical Trial-Specific Prescription Templates to Reduce Prescribing Errors in a Comprehensive Cancer Center. Poster P2 Presentation at HOPA 9th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA. March 20-23, 2013.

  • Skyles AJ, Tamer HR, Redic KA, Loo A, Mason NA. Investigational Drug Service Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE). Currents in Pharm Teaching Learning 5:134-139, 2013.

  • Propes D, Siden R, Redic K, DeJohn D. An Innovative Role for Pharmacy Technicians: Formal Education and Training of Pharmacy Students. Poster 5-144 presented at: 47th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition; 2012, December 3-6; Las Vegas, NV.

  • Hartranft M, Redic K. Application of a Clinical Trials Effort Tracking Tool to Workload Management in an Academic Investigational Drug Service. Poster 8-084 presented at: 47th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition; 2012, December 3-6; Las Vegas, NV.