Anticoagulation Stewardship and Heart Failure Coordinator
Department of Pharmaceutical and Nutrition Care
Clinical Assistant Professor - Pharmacy Practice
University of Nebraska Medical Center - College of Pharmacy
981090 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-1090
402-559-4225 or 402-552-3088
Teaching Activities: Dr . Trevarrow lectures in the Cardiology Section of Pharmacotherapy II. Dr. Trevarrow is a preceptor for the APPE Inpatient Telemetry clerkship rotation and the IPPE Drug Information clerkship rotation. He is the primary preceptor for PGY-1 pharmacy residents on the CHF/Heart Transplantation rotation and co-preceptor for the resident Adult Cardiology rotation.
Research Interests: In addition to teaching pharmacy students and residents, Dr. Trevarrow’s interests lie in anticoagulation protocol development and heart transplantation. Dr. Trevarrow has conducted research into heart failure education directed at reducing hospital readmissions.
- Trevarrow BJ, Purvis-Jeffrey E, Dobesh PP. Reducing Heart Failure Readmissions: A Multidisciplinary Approach. American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Cardiology Pharmacy Practice Poster Session. Hollywood, Florida, October 2012.
- Robertson JE, Winterboer TM, Persson EL, Trevarrow BJ, Liewer SE. Safety of Enoxaparin in Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation Patients Receiving Enoxaparin While Thrombocytopenic. Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association 8th Annual Conference Trainee Research in Progress Poster Session. Orlando, Florida. March 2012.
- Trevarrow BJ. Pharmacy Technicians as Members of Care Teams. American Journal of Health System Pharmacy, 1998; Vol 55, No.17