Prior to coming to Ohio Northern University, Dr. DiPietro was employed by Eli Lilly and Company for 6 years. In addition to the Visiting Scientist Fellowship Program, Dr. DiPietro worked in the areas of clinical drug development and drug safety (pharmacovigilance/ pharmacoepidemiology). She has taught as an adjunct assistant professor at Indiana University and Butler University in Indianapolis. Dr. DiPietro is a registered pharmacist in the state of Ohio and is active in several professional and volunteer organizations.
Major Curricular Areas:
PHPR 1011 - Profession of Pharmacy 1
PHPR 1021 - Profession of Pharmacy 2
PHPR 2021 - Profession of Pharmacy 4
PHPR 3021 - Profession of Pharmacy 6
PHPR 5501 - Pharmacy Administration Module
PHPR 5461- Capstone in Pharmacy Practice Module
PHPR 3401–Women's Health Issues
PHPR 5971– Independent Study
• Doctor of Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University 2001
• Eli Lilly & Company Visiting Scientist Fellowship Program in Women's Health, 2002
• Master of Public Health, Indiana University, 2006
- Pharmacy administration
- Public health
- Preventive medicine
- Women’s health
- Pharmacy professionalism
2011 Ohio Young Public Health Professional of the Year
2011 American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management Presentation Merit Award
2007-2008 Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year
- Public health
- Maternal and Child health
- Women's health
Shields KM, DiPietro NA, Kier KL. Drug literature evaluation for observational studies. Pharmacotherapy. 2011;31(2):115-127.
DiPietro NA. Methods in epidemiology: Observational study designs. Pharmacotherapy.2010;30(10):973-984.
Farris KB, Ashwood D, McIntosh J, DiPietro NA, Monastersky Maderas N, Cohen Landau S, Swegle J, Solemani O. Preventing unintended pregnancy: Pharmacists’ roles in practice and policy via partnerships. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. 2010; 604-612.
Murphy BL, DiPietro NA, Kier KL. Knowledge and use of folic acid among college women: A pilot health promotion program led by pharmacy students and faculty. Pharmacy Practice. 2010;8(4):220-225.
DiPietro NA, Davlin MV, Kier KL. Public health content in didactic and experiential curriculums of U.S. doctor of pharmacy programs. International Journal of Pharmacy Education and Practice, in press.
Bright DB, Kroustos KR, Thompson RE, Swanson SC, Terrell SL, DiPietro NA. Preliminary results from a university-based disease state management program focused on hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, in press.
Truong HA, Taylor CR, DiPietro NA. Findings from the initial validity testing of ADAPT: Pharmacist’s tool for ensuring quality implementation of health promotion programs. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, in press.
Truong HA, DiPietro NA, Hayes M. Chapter 22: Strategies and opportunities for students’ involvement in public health. In: Truong HA, Bresette JL, Sellers JA, eds. The pharmacist in public health: Education, applications, and opportunities. Washington, DC: American Pharmacists Association, 2010
Hazelet E, Oliver A, Salay K, Rizzo B, Huet A, DiPietro N. Healthy People 2020: Identifying roles for pharmacists in public health. Pharmacy and Wellness Review. 2011;2(2):16-21.
DiPietro NA. Improving maternal outcomes in developed countries. American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011.
DiPietro NA, Clark J, Giannamore MR, Sobota KF. Impact of pharmacists and student pharmacists in educating and screening female patients for cardiovascular disease. American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, 2011.
DiPietro NA. Impact of National Women’s Health Week Projects led by pharmacy faculty and students. . Ohio Public Health Association Combined Conference, Columbus, OH, 2011.
Hazelet E, Hiddleson O, Oliver A, Rizzo B, Salay K, DiPietro N. Pharmacists' and student pharmacists' impact on Healthy People 2020. Ohio Pharmacists Association, 2011.