Jody Lounsbery, PharmD, BCPS

Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems

Jody Lounsbery

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-302-8275

Fax 612-626-4613

Office Address:
A-290 Mayo Memorial Building

Mailing Address:
5-110 Weaver-Densford Hall, 308 Harvard St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

PGY2 Residency, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

PGY1 Residency, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy

PharmD, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy



Research Summary/Interests

Dr. Lounsbery’s areas of emphasis for scholarly activity include dissemination of 1) Innovations in instructional design, both in the didactic and experiential settings; and 2) Innovations in practice, specially related to the pharmacist’s role as a clinical educator in family medicine.


Moon JY, Lounsbery JL, Schweiss S, Pittenger AL. Preceptor and resident perceptions of entrustable professional activities for postgraduate pharmacy training. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2018;10:1594-99.

Moon JY, Lounsbery JL, Hall A, Ballard SL, Owens N, Slattengren A. Clinical pharmacist faculty contribution to evidence-based medicine and milestones. PRiMER. 2017;1:9.

Lounsbery JL, Jarrett JB, Dickerson LM, Wilson SA. Integration of clinical pharmacists in family medicine residency programs. Fam Med. 2017;49(6):430-6.

Rindfuss S, Jarrett JB, Lounsbery JL. Scholarly contributions by pharmacist educators in family medicine: A five-year review. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. 2017;6:23-26.

Jarrett JB, Lounsbery JL, Wilson SA. Response to “Expanding the possibilities for pharmacy- family medicine residency collaboration” and “Clinical pharmacists in family medicine residency programs: Tackling the billing barrier.” Fam Med. 2016;48(8):658.

Jarrett JB, Lounsbery JL, D’Amico F, Dickerson LM, Franko J, Nagle J, Seehusen DA, Wilson SA. Clinical pharmacists as educators in family medicine residency programs: a CERA study of program directors. Fam Med. 2016;48(3):180-6.

Lounsbery JL, Pereira CR, Harris IM, Moon JY, Westberg SM, Kolar C. Tracking patient encounters and clinical skills to determine competency in ambulatory care advanced pharmacy practice experiences. Am J Pharm Educ. 2016;80(1):Article 14.

Harris IM, Reidt S, Lounsbery JL, Moon JY, Pereira CR, Philbrick A, Westberg SM, Rojanasarot S. Assessment of core knowledge during ambulatory care advanced pharmacy practice experiences using online modules and pre- and post-testing. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2016;8(2):213-19.

Lounsbery JL, Leone B, Slattengren A. Providers’ perceptions of monitoring process for pregnancy category D or X medications in women of childbearing age. Inov Pharm. 2015;6(4):Article 225.

Lounsbery JL, Moon JY, Prasad S. Assessing collaboration between family medicine residents and pharmacy residents during an interprofessional paired visit. Fam Med. 2015;47(5):397-400.

Crowl A, Lounsbery JL. Treatment of medication overuse headache. Evidence-Based Practice. 2014;17(10):E10.

Meierhofer J, Baumgartner L, Howard K, Lounsbery JL, Reidt SL, Moon JY. Facilitating student pharmacist learning through student-led development of a service-learning opportunity. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2013;5(6):611-15.

Wallace ML, Moon JY, Lounsbery JL, Uden DL. Landscape of medication management in the Minnesota patient-centered medical home (PCMH). Inov Pharm. 2013;4(1):Article 107.

Lounsbery JL, Moon JY, Humphrey A, Prasad S. Optimizing resident physician use of clinical pharmacy services. Fam Med. 2013;45(1):33-6.

Lounsbery JL, Pittenger AL. Case-based assessment in an online nursing pharmacotherapy course. Am J Pharm Educ. 2011;75(6):Article 114.

Pittenger AL, Lounsbery JL. Student-generated questions to assess learning in an online orientation to pharmacy course. Am J Pharm Educ. 2011;75(5):Article 94.

Lounsbery JL, Prasad S, Rowland K. Add a fibrate to a statin? For most patients with diabetes and dyslipidemia, adding a fibrate does not improve cardiovascular outcomes. Clin Rev. 2011;21(1):11-12.

Lounsbery JL, Prasad S, Rowland K. Add a fibrate to a statin? J Fam Pract. 2010;59(10):582-4.

Lounsbery JL, Green CG, Bennett MS, Pedersen CA. Evaluation of pharmacists’ barriers to the implementation of medication therapy management services. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2009;49:51-58.

Lounsbery JL, Rochester CD, Sturpe DA. Evaluation of student pharmacists’ perceptions of skills and attitudes to provide medication therapy management services. The International Journal of Pharmacy Education and Practice. 2008;4(2).

Lounsbery JL, Medow MA, Green CG. Severe constipation associated with extended-release bupropion therapy. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2008;65:1530-32.


Academic Interests and Focus

Dr. Lounsbery’s teaching activities have largely focused on providing pharmacotherapy education to other healthcare professionals. She has worked directly with many types and levels of learners including pharmacy students, pharmacy residents, family medicine residents, nursing students, and undergraduate students. Within both didactic and experiential settings, Dr. Lounsbery has concentrated on using instructional design strategies to improve instruction and experiences.



Broadway Family Medicine Clinic

Board Certifications


Clinical Interests

Dr. Lounsbery’s practice interests include defining the pharmacist’s role as a clinical educator and faculty in family medicine residency programs, implementing an interprofessional curriculum for learners, and providing patient-centered care to underserved patients through comprehensive medication management.