Navigating the American Diabetes Association Standards of Care Through the Lens of Community Pharmacy
At the completion of the activity viewers will be able to:
- Describe the differences in classifications of diabetes.
- List blood glucose and A1C goals for patients with diabetes.
- Compare and contrast the type 2 diabetes medication classes to make patient-specific recommendations.
- List the secondary disease state and wellness components of the Standards of Care.
- Apply the Standards of Care guidelines to make patient-specific medication and monitoring recommendations
Amanda A. Foster, PharmD, CHW
Dr. Amanda Foster is a Visiting Assistant Professor with St. John Fisher University Wegmans
School of Pharmacy and is a Clinical Community Pharmacist with Wegmans Pharmacy. She
earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from D’Youville University School of Pharmacy in 2019. Dr.
Foster then completed a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency at Middleport Family Health
Center in Western New York. After residency, Amanda completed a 2-year postdoctoral clinical
research fellowship focused in pharmacy health services outcomes research with University at
Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. During fellowship she became
Community Health Worker certified. She is currently pursuing her Master of Public Health
degree. Dr. Foster’s outpatient pharmacy practice interests include advancing community
pharmacy practice, population health, and social determinants of health. In her spare time,
Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband and puppy, gardening and canning, going four-
wheeling, and fishing.
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