PGY1 Pharmacy Residency (Acute Care)
Prisma Health Richland Hospital – University of South Carolina
July 2021–June 2022
Logan B. Boone, PharmD
Originally from Demopolis, Alabama, Logan Boone, PharmD, received his doctorate in pharmacy at Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy in Birmingham after earning his bachelor’s degree in chemistry at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He chose to pursue his residency at Prisma Health because of the culture of excellence which is shown through the preceptors' dedication to the pharmacy profession, as well as the large variety of rotations available in his areas of interest. Boone's professional interests include infectious diseases, critical care and cardiology. He plans to pursue a PGY2 residency after completing his PGY1 training. In his free time, he enjoys running, playing volleyball and playing tennis.
- Major project: Heparin drip evaluation
- MUE: Evaluating Rituxin usage in neurology indications
Emma Haught, PharmD
Emma Haught, PharmD, is originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She received her doctor of pharmacy at the University of Pittsburgh after earning her bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical sciences at Ohio State University in Columbus. She was involved in APhA, Rho Chi, CPNP, Interprofessional Student Board, and Generation Rx during pharmacy school. She chose to pursue residency at Prisma Health because of the strong interprofessional culture, the incredibly kind and accomplished preceptors, and dedication to the development of residents. Haught plans to explore the fields of critical care and emergency medicine during her PGY1 year and then pursue specialization in a PGY2 program. Outside of pharmacy, she enjoys exploring new places and restaurants, playing with her dogs, and watching college football.
- Major Project: Death of the vanc prescriber
- MUE: Evaluation of percent time therapeutic on argatroban between the previous and current protocol
Ben Tabor, PharmD
Originally from Manning, South Carolina, Ben Tabor, PharmD, received his doctorate in pharmacy at the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Columbia. He chose to pursue his residency at Prisma Health because of the strong relationships established as a student, the variety of rotations offered and the opportunity to interact with learners. Tabor's professional interests include pediatrics, critical care and emergency medicine. He plans to pursue a PGY2 residency after completing his PGY1 training. In his free time, he enjoys visiting restaurants and breweries, playing sports and experiencing new ways to make and enjoy coffee.
- Major project: Late onset sepsis in NICU
- MUE: Evaluation of DOAC dosing practices in obese patients
Erin F. Warren, PharmD
Originally from Prosperity, South Carolina, Erin Warren, PharmD, earned her doctor of pharmacy at the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Columbia. She chose to pursue residency training at Prisma Health because of the wide variety of learning experiences offered, and the warm, welcoming environment that she encountered as a student on her rotations. Professionally, Warren is interested in infectious diseases. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, going to the lake and playing with her mini Goldendoodle, Sadie.
- Major project: Incidence and clinical predictors of complicated gram-negative bloodstream infection
- MUE: Comparison of serum potassium change in patients receiving Lokelma via an NG or OG tube vs orally