Panteha Kelly, R.Ph, BCACP, APh, CDE

Panteha Kelly, R.Ph, BCACP, APh, CDE
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Research Summary

Panteha Kelly is a Clinical Pharmacist Specialist at the Department of Pharmacy at UC San Diego. She is also an assistant clinical professor (NS) at UC San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSPPS) and is Board-Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, Advanced Practice Pharmacist, and Certified Diabetes Educator. In addition to being the coordinator of the program she also practices as a diabetes educator within the UC San Diego Health system. At these sites, she has been an active preceptor for APPE students since 1996, as well as community pharmacy residents and ambulatory care residents since 2009. Considered an expert in her field, she has been invited to present on a variety of diabetes related topics for national, state and local pharmacy and medical audiences.

Academic Achievements

University of California San Diego, Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry and Cell Biology (1988-1991), School of Pharmacy and license to practice as pharmacist (R.Ph.), Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (1992-1995).


Pharmacy Practice Workshops (SPPS 201, 202, 203)

Dosage Forms and Delivery Systems (SPPS 225)

Key Contributions

Co-founded and established a successful American Association of Diabetes Educators accredited Diabetes Self-Management program for UC health system which currently operates within 7 medicine practices including women’s health and endocrinology department.

Selected Publications

Dowlatshahi, P. (aka Kelly), Yaksh T.Differential effects of two intraventricularly injected alpha 2 agonists, ST-91 and dexmedetomidine, on electroencephalogram, feeding, and electromyogram. Anesth Analg 1997:84:133-8.

Singh RF, Kelly P, Tam A, Bronner J, Morello CM, Hirsch, JD; Evaluation of a short, interactive diabetes self-management program by pharmacists for type 2 diabetes.BMC Res Notes. 2018 Nov 26;11(1):828.doi:10.1186/s13104-018-3952-y.

Singh RF, Kelly P. Practice Management: Diabetes Self-Management Program. American Association of Diabetes Educators Diabetes Education Accreditation Program. Obtaining accreditation and reimbursement for a diabetes self-management program. In: ACCP Ambulatory Care Pharmacist’s Survival Guide. Senior Ed: Westberg SM. American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) 3rd edition, 2013.