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Dr. Daphne Buchanan Bernard, PharmD, CACP

Dr. Daphne Buchanan Bernard is an anticoagulation specialist at Howard University Hospital.  In November 1999, Bernard implemented the Anticoagulation Management Service at Howard University Hospital, which serves a vital role in the hospital’s effort to improve drug therapy management.  Bernard’s area of practice is ambulatory care pharmacy with an interest in self-care management while utilizing over-the-counter drugs.  Her current research emphasis is on identifying risk factors for clinical toxicity in anticoagulation therapy, the benefit of pharmacy interventions in the ambulatory care setting and self-care curriculum enhancement. 

In addition to her work at the hospital, Bernard is a frequent speaker at annual healthcare and pharmaceutical meetings, editor of the District of Columbia Board of Pharmacy’s newsletter, journal and textbook reviewer for several healthcare and pharmaceutical publications and has adapted cases for the Textbook for Therapeutics: Drug and Disease Management.  Bernard received her Pharm.D from Howard University College of Pharmacy and completed the Ambulatory Pharmaceutical Care certification program with the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy.

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