Lois E. Coulter, Pharm.D. Pharmacist
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Primary Appointment Location
Family Medical Center — Fayetteville
1125 N. College Ave.
- Appointment Phone Number
- (479) 521-8260
About Dr. Coulter
Dr. Lois Coulter graduated with her Pharm.D. from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy in 1990. She completed her ambulatory care residency at Wm. S. Middleton Veterans Affairs Hospital at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy in 1991.
Her clinical practice includes managing warfarin, diabetes and asthma patients referred by family physicians. She also makes inpatient hospital rounds with the family medicine team at Washington Regional Medical Center and the Northwest Medical Center. Her research and scholarly interests include diabetes, asthma and anticoagulation.
Professional Memberships and Education
- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- Arkansas Pharmacists Association
- Post-Doctorate: Ambulatory Care Residency, Wm. S. Middleton Veterans Affairs Hospital/ University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
- University: Pharm.D. Degree – University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy, 1990
Dr. Coulter's Academic Background
Dr. Lois Coulter graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy in 1990. She completed an ambulatory care residency in 1991 at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veteran’s Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. She has been a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist since 1996.
Dr. Coulter worked as a clinical pharmacist at Washington Regional Medical Center here in Fayetteville for four years before rejoining the UAMS-NW faculty where she had previously worked for more than 12 years. She serves as director of the UAMS Northwest Pharmacy Residency, which officially began in July 2011.
Dr. Coulter enjoys spending time with her husband, two married children, and child who still lives at home. She is the proud grandmother of twin granddaughters.
- Pharmacy Practice
- Associate Professor
- William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
- Pharmacy School
- University of Nebraska
Dr. Coulter's Research
Lessons Learned from 100 Patients: A Review of Clinical Parameters from 100 Marshallese Patients Treated in a Student-Run Clinic, poster, UAMS Northwest Student Research Day, March 6, 2018
Coulter, L., Hudson, J., Spooner, R., Judkins, H. “Is Suboxone given in the primary care setting more efficacious for opioid addiction than methadone,” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 3; March, 2018; E8-9.
Driver Owoyemi, K., Coulter, L., Hudson, J., Vaughn, B. “What nonopiate medications are effective for pain control in patients with chronic pancreatitis?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 4; April, 2018; E2.
Coulter, L., Hudson, J., Hays, W., Sherwood, D. “Do antihistamines relieve the symptoms of upper respiratory infections?,” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 3; March, 2018; E14.
Sam, G. Coulter, L., Hudson, J., Judkins, H. “Should we identify and treat hyperlipidemia in elderly patients?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 4; April, 2018; 9-10.
Duncan, T. Coulter, L., Hudson, J., Macechko, M. “Are anticonvulsants effective for treating alcohol dependence?” Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 21, No. 4; April, 2018; 12-13.
“An Interprofessional Complex Care Team: The Perfect Mix of High-Risk Patient Care & Interprofessional Education,” roundtable discussion, 2020 STFM Conference on Medical Student Education, January 31, 2020, Portland, OR