- Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Experiential Education
- Office: 225C
- Phone: 401.874.2320
- Email: email@example.com
- Mailing Address: 7 Greenhouse Road, Kingston, RI 02881
Dr. Brett Feret graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Doctorate of Pharmacy in 1998 and then completed a pharmacy practice residency at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. Following work in both managed care and community pharmacy, he took a position at the College of Pharmacy specializing in community pharmacy, where he was responsible for the development of advanced practice experiences in community practice and coordination of the required self care course.
As director of experiential education in the College of Pharmacy, Dr. Feret oversees the curriculum and implementation of the introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, including the service learning curriculum.
In addition, he coordinates the introductory pharmacy course for the first professional year students. He is also a instructor for the immunization curriculum and continues to teach in the required self care courses. He is also a pharmacy consultant for the Rhode Island Department of Health’s Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response.
His current research and practice interests include delivery and assessment of experiential education, pharmacist’s role in emergency preparedness, self care, and immunization delivery.
Current research and practice interests include delivery and assessment of experiential education, pharmacist’s role in emergency preparedness, and self care.
Coordinator, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Pharm.D., University of Rhode Island, 1998
Feret, B. Fever. In: Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs: An interactive approach to self-care, 17th edition. Washington DC: American Pharmacists Association; 87-100 (2012).
Feret, B. Boceprevir: A New oral protease inhibitor for the treatment of hepatitis C. Formulary. 46(9): 352-66 (2011).
Feret, B, Bratberg, J. A Pharmacist-based intervention to prepare the elderly population for emergencies. JAPhA. 48(6):780-83, 2008.