Trisha Wells is a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacist within the U-M Hospitals and Health Centers. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Michigan in 2003, and completed a pharmacy practice residency at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital in Detroit, Mich., in 2004. After residency, she continued to work for Sinai-Grace Hospital in both inpatient and ambulatory care. In 2005, Wells joined U-M as an ambulatory care pharmacist and developed this role at U-M Brighton Health Center. In 2011, she and her colleagues received state and national recognition from the Michigan Pharmacists Association and the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists for their group-practice model in the patient-centered medical home model of patient care.
Diabetes outcomes and education
Impact of clinical pharmacists in ambulatory care clinics and patient outcomes
Physician satisfaction with pharmacy services
Pharmacy student education
- 2018 P2 appreciation award, Phi Delta Chi
- 2016 P1 Appreciation Award, Phi Delta Chi
Choe HM, Farris KB, Stevenson JG, Townsend K, Diez HL, Remington TL, Rockafellow S, Shimp LA, Sy A, Wells T, Standiford CJ. Patient centered medical home: developing, expanding and sustaining roles for pharmacists. Am J Health-Sys Pharm 2012;69:1063-1071.
Shimp LA, Kucukarlsan SN, Elder J, Remington T, Wells T, Choe HM, Lewis NJ, Kirking DM. An employer-based patient-centered medication therapy management program: evidence and recommendations for future programs. JAPhA 2012;52:768-776.
Bleske BE, Remington TL, Wells TD, Dorsch MP, Guthrie SK, Stumpf JL, Alaniz MC, Ellingrod VL, Tingen JM. Comparing team based learning to traditional lecture on learning outcomes in a therapeutics course sequence. Accepted Am J Pharm Educ 2013.