As a Clinical Pharmacist/Expert Witness, Mr. Richmond provides expertise on medication use (errors, overdosage/toxicity, underdosing, adverse reactions, drug interactions) for attorneys, insurers, patients, and healthcare facilities.
Pharmacy Standards of Care (nursing homes/long-term care, acute care, hospice, home health); Geriatric Drug Therapy Management (Alzheimers, Parkinsons, psychoactive medications, psychotropic drug reactions, polypharmacy); Clinical Pharmacy Services (drug information services, patient assessment & counseling); Drug Safety/Misadventure (interactions, adverse reactions, medication errors, death/overdose, product liability); Pharmacology (causal relationship between drug exposure and subsequent effects, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacokinetics); Pharmacy Operations (3rd-party payment, managed care, controlled substances/narcotics, drug distribution
Bachelor of Science-Pharmacy, West Virginia University
Master of Science-Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency-Hospital Pharmacy, North Carolina Memorial Hospital
Internship, Burroughs Wellcome/National Pharmaceutical Council
Fellow, American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
Registered Pharmacist, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, West Virginia
Certified Geriatric Pharmacist
Plaintiff & Defense. Document review (e.g., medical records, medication profiles, etc.); patient interview & assessment; facility inspection; written report; deposition or testimony as necessary.
A curriculum vitae with complete listing of teaching responsibilities, honors and awards, publications, presentations, professional memberships and other information is available upon request. No charge for initial consultation. Additional offices in West Virginia.