Jonell S. Hudson, Pharm.D. Pharmacist
- Patient Types
- Children and Adolescents
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Primary Appointment Location
Family Medical Center — Springdale
601 W. Maple Ave.
- Appointment Phone Number
- (479) 750-6585
About Jonell S. Hudson
Jonell Hudson, Pharm.D., is an advanced pharmacy practice experience preceptor and a family medicine pharmacology rotation preceptor. Her clinical practice includes inpatient rounds with the family practice team at Washington Regional Medical Center and Northwest- Washington County Medical Center.
Jonell S. Hudson's Academic Background
Dr. Jonell Hudson is a native of Fayetteville, Arkansas. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. She then received her doctor of Pharmacy training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. After graduation, she completed an Ambulatory Care Specialty residency in Madison, Wisconsin. She has been Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy since 2002 and a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist since 2015.
Dr. Hudson is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at UAMS College of Pharmacy. She teaches in the pharmacy curriculum, precepts students on advanced pharmacy practice experiences, and precepts pharmacy practice residents. She has a clinical practice at the UAMS-Northwest Family Medical Clinic in Springdale where she educates and manages patients with a variety of disease states in the outpatient setting. She is involved in quality improvement and population health management insuring appropriate drug therapy of patients within UAMS-Northwest Family Medicine clinics. She co-coordinates a pharmacotherapy rotation and a scholarly activity rotation for the family medicine residents. She is also a preceptor at the student-led North Street Clinic located on the UAMS-NW campus.
Dr Hudson’s research interests include diabetes self-management education and support, medication adherence, and health disparities. Dr. Hudson was awarded the American Association of Diabetes Educators- Pharmacy Community of Interest- practice of the year in 2019, the UAMS Chancellors Teaching Award for Society and Health Education excellence in 2016, and is president of the student run free clinics faculty association.
She currently resides in Springdale, AR with her husband Bryan and their two children, Maggie and Will.
- Pharmacy Practice
- Associate Professor
- Pharmacy School
- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
- William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
- American College of Clinical Pharmacists
- American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists
- Arkansas Pharmacy Association
Jonell S. Hudson's Research
Bradley, C, Coulter, L, Hudson, J, Vaughn, B, “Does the use of N-acetylcysteine decrease the risk of contrast-induced nephropathy?,” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 7, July 2018, E2.
Hudson J, Sparks K, Yeary KHK, Goulden P, McElfish P. Improving Outcomes: Development of a Culturally Adapted Family Model of Diabetes Self-Management Education for Marshallese. American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Annual Conference. Baltimore, Maryland August 2018.
Yang, E, Rogers, W, Coulter, L, Hudson, J, Judkins, H. “Spotlight on Pharmacy: Is the addition of corticosteroids helpful in treating patients with sepsis?,” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 22, No. 3, March, 2019, 37-38.
Walker, D, Carrere-Dawson, R, Hudson, J, Coulter, L, Agesilas, M “What is the accuracy of fecal calprotectin for the diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease in patients with chronic diarrhea?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 22, No. 3, March, 2019, 29-30.
McElfish PA, Long CR, Kohler PO, Yeary KHK, Bursac Z, Narcisse MR, Felix HC, Rowland B,Hudson JS, Goulden PA. Comparative effectiveness and maintenance of diabetes self-management education interventions for Marshallese patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled trial.Diabetes Care. 2019; 42(5):e1-10. [Epub 12 March 2019]. doi: 10.2337/dc18-1985
Seaton VA,Dickey TA,Balli ML,Briggs BE, Baker JD,Hudson JS. Rate of positive depression screenings among Marshallese patients with diabetes in Northwest Arkansas.Ment Health Clin. 2019 Jan; 9(1):36-40.
Barksdale, L, He, B, Coulter, L, Hudson, J, Vaughn, B. “Does antenatal fetal surveillance improve outcomes in babies born to mothers with gestational diabetes?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 22, No. 5, May, 2019, 26.
Ralston, A, Hudson, J, Coulter, L, Gray, B, Macechko, M. “Is treatment with statins associated with memory problems?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 22, No. 5, May, 2019, 26.
McElfish P, Balli M, Hudson J, et al. Identifying and Understanding Barriers and Facilitators to Medication Adherence Among Marshallese Adults in Arkansas. Journal of Pharmacy Technology. First published July 6, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1177/8755122518786262
Dickey TA, Balli ML, Warmack TS, Rowland B, Hudson J, Seaton V, Riklon S, Purvis RS, McElfish PA. Perceptions and utilization of traditional healing among Marshallese adults residing in Arkansas. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine. 2020;eISSN 1553-3840. Epub ahead of print. Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/jcim-2018-0198
McElfish PA, Hudson J, Shulz T, Yeary K, Capelle L, Riklon L, Long C English E, Ayers B. Determinants of Diet Quality in a Pacific Islander Community. Diversity & Equality In Health Care 2020:16 (4):91-100.