James T. O’Donnell

Curriculum Vitae, PDF Version

PRACTICE

Private Consultant in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Nutrition, and Toxicology to Health Care, Education, Publishing, Industry, Government and Law.

EXPERIENCE

Rush University Medical Center

Rush Medical College

Associate Professor (Pharmacology)

Department of Cell & Molecular Medicine (2004 – Present)

Course Director – Medical Pharmacology (2009 – 2015)

Rush University

Member of the Graduate College

Member – Institutional Review Board

Assistant Director of Pharmacy (October, 1976 – January, 1988)

Cook County Hospital, Chicago

Assistant Director of Pharmacy (1971-1976)

BOARDS

Diplomate – American Board of Clinical Pharmacology

Certificate #92133

September, 1992

www.abcp.net

Diplomate – Board of Nutrition Specialists

Certified Nutrition Specialist

Certificate #00326

1994 – 2010; Emeritus

FELLOW

American College of Clinical Pharmacology, 2002

American College of Nutrition, 2004

 

EDUCATION

 

GRADUATE

          Rush University, Chicago, IL

Master of Science, Clinical Nutrition                               August, 1982

          University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)                                    August, 1971

UNDERGRADUATE

University of Illinois College of Pharmacy

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy                                      June, 1969

ADVANCED TRAINING

Residency in Hospital Pharmacy, University of Illinois Research Hospitals.

July, 1969-August, 1970.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American College of Clinical Pharmacology

American Academy of Clinical Toxicology

American College of Nutrition

American Society of Pharmacy Law

American Pharmacists Association

LICENSURE

Registered Pharmacist – Illinois (51 27990)

FACULTY AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Rush University Medical Center / Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL

Instructor in Pharmacology                                                               1979

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology                                                  1983

Associate Professor of Pharmacology                                                  2004

Facilitator Alternative Curriculum                                               1985-1999

Course Director – Medical Pharmacology                                   2009 – 2015

 

University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford, Il

Lecturer, Department of Medicine                                            2000 – 2014

 

American College of Clinical Pharmacology

Chicago Medical School Intensive Board Review Course                         1993

Intensive Board Review Course                                                 April, 1994

Clinical Pharmacology, private tutorials                                               1995

 

Meharry Medical College Department of Clinical Pharmacology,  Nashville, TN

Visiting Professor                                                               October, 1994

 

John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL

Food and Drug Law Guest Lecturer                                    1988-1995, 1998

 

University of Illinois College of Pharmacy

Clinical Instructor                                                                    1974-1976

Guest Lecturer                                                                        1988-1990

Clinical Associate Professor                                                    2007 – 2014

 

Purdue University

Co Preceptor, Graduate Residency Program                                  1972-1974

 

Mercer University, College of Pharmacy

Guest Lecturer, Drug Misadventures Course                                 1998-2002

 

 

FACULTY AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center

Coordinator, Pharmacy Residency                                     1977-82 ,1985-86

 

Oakton Community College, Morton Grove, IL

Course Director Pharmacology for Nurses                                    1976-1984

 

Northern Illinois University – Department of Home Economics

Course Director Graduate Level Extension Faculty Pharmacology      1981,1984
and Nutrition

 

Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights, IL

Adjunct Faculty Nursing Pharmacology                                        1976-1984

Chicago Board of Health

Pharmacology Update Course Director                                         1983-1984

 

Arc Ventures, Chicago, IL

Medical Board Review Course, Lecturer in Pharmacology                       1989

 

Rosalind Franklin University

Basic Pharmacology for Physical Therapists, 8 hours                     2014, 2015

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

Consultant / President                                                             1977 – present

Pharmaconsultant, Inc.

(Formerly Associated Pharmacist Consultants 1977-1994)

Consulting firm serving government, industry, educational and health care institutions, publishers, professionals, attorneys and individuals in areas of pharmacology, pharmacy practice, and nutrition.

 

Pharmacist / Pharmacologist                                                       2007 – 2010

The Sullivan Group, Oak Brook Terrace, IL

Risk Management, Consulting and Education.

 

Pharmacologist                                                                            1977 – 2005

Illinois Department of Public Health, Generic Drug Technical Advisory Council.

Evaluate generic equivalency for submissions to Illinois Drug Substitution Formulary.

 

Pharmacist Consultant                                                                  March 2006

Martin Avenue Pharmacy, Naperville.

 

Consultant                                                                          2002 – 2006, 2011

Alva-Amco Pharmacal Companies, Inc. Niles, IL

 

Pharmacist Consultant                                                                 2003 – 2005

Damer & Cartwright Pharmacy, Chicago.

 

Pharmacist / Staff                                                                       1988 – 2010

Staff Pharmacist provided by staffing agencies for pharmacies throughout Illinois, Medical Staffing Network, CoverageRx, Advocate Rx, Pharmaid

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

Home Care Pharmacist                                                                 2003 – 2004

Loyola Home Care Pharmacy. Hickory Hills, IL

 

Consultant                                                                                   1995 – 2010

Institute for Safe Medication Practices. Warminster, PA.

 

Consultant                                                                                   1978 – 1990

Patient Prescription Information. Call Our Pharmacist, Bensenville, IL

Proprietary Drug Information Company providing commercial drug information to the public, law enforcement, Poison Control Centers.

 

Senior Scientist                                                                            1986 – 1996

Triodyne Engineering, Niles, IL

Forensic Pharmacology, Pharmaceuticals, and Drug Testing

 

Consultant                                                                                   1990 – 1991

Quality Healthcare Resources (subsidiary of Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHOOakbrook Terrace, Il.                                               ).

Pre survey consultations in Home Care Clinical Pharmacy Services.

 

 

Consultant                                                                                   1990 – 1991

Pharmacy Management Systems. St. Louis, MO.

Drug Utilization Review.

 

Consultant Pharmacologist                                                                     1987

Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals

Marketing, Education, and Public Aid Formulary Issues.

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

Pharmacologist                                                                             1984- 1986

United Mine Workers of America, District 12.

Assess effects of drugs on mine workers.

 

Director                                                                                       1983 – 1984

Chicago Center for Clinical Studies, Inc (subsidiary of Pharmakinetic Labs).

Established and directed activities in a contract ambulatory clinical pharmacology research center.

 

Consultant.

Medipak, Inc. (Winchester, VA.)                                                          1991-2006

Product development, Marketing, Advertising, Regulatory Affairs, Testing

 

Member                                                                                        1983 -1984

Committee on Pharmacology Education. City of Chicago, Department of Health

Evaluation of minimum didactic and clinical pharmacology requirements for nurses.

 

Consultant                                                                                     1982-1983

Carstens Health Industries, Chicago, IL.

Forms and Drug System Development.

 

Consultant                                                                                    1979- 1984

LyphoMed, Inc., Melrose Park IL

Technical Consultations in areas of prescription drug development, marketing, packaging, labeling, adverse reaction evaluations, and scientific information support.

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

Consultant                                                                                    1985- 1989

Quad Pharmaceuticals, Indianapolis, IN.

Technical Consultations in areas of prescription drug development, marketing, packaging, labeling, adverse reaction evaluations, and scientific information support.

 

Advisor                                                                                         1985, 1986

Quality Assurance Panel, Upjohn Home Health Care. Chicago, IL

 

Consultant

Evangelical Services Corporation, Intertech Pharmacy Services.               1984- 1990

Professional Relations, Marketing, Clinical Consulting, Home Care, Long Term Care.

 

Member

American Pharmaceutical Association. Standards of Practice Committee.    1988- 1990

 

Consultant                                                                                    1987, 1992

Drug Enforcement Agency. United States Attorney, Northern District, IL.

Pharmacology and Drug Prescribing

 

Consultant                                                                                    1989- 1990

Pharmaceutical Card System (PCS) Drug Utilization Review Protocol Development.

 

Consultant                                                                            1991, 1996, 2009

McHenry County (IL) States Attorney

Pharmacology and Drug Testing

 

Consultant                                                                                             1993

Village of Gurnee, IL Prosecutor.

Pharmacology and Alcohol Toxicology.

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

Consultant                                                                                    1989, 1990

DuPage County (IL) States Attorney Office.

Pharmacology and Drug Testing

 

Consultant                                                                                    1987, 1988

Cook County (IL) States Attorney Office.

Pharmacology and Drug Testing

 

Consultant                                                                                             1987

Chicago Police Department, Drug Diversion Unit.

Pharmacology and Drug Prescribing

 

Consultant                                                                                    1985, 1990

Chicago Transit Workers Amalgamated Engineers & Maintenance Workers Union

Pharmacology and Drug Testing

 

Consultant                                                                                             1987

Doretti Pharmacies, Mt. Prospect, IL

Long Term Care Facilities and Planning

 

Consultant                                                                                   1984 – 1987

Peiser’s Inc., Hillside, IL

Professional, Clinical and Marketing Affairs for HiTech Home Care Supplier.

 

Consultant                                                                                    1987 -1988

Dermalab, Bensenville, IL.

Pharmacology, Regulatory Affairs, and Marketing.

 

Consultant                                                                                    1985, 1987

Becton Dickinson, Fairfield, New Jersey.

Clinical Research and Testing, Drug Delivery Devices. Professional Education.

APPOINTMENTS

Consultant                                                                                    1985, 1986

C.R. Bard.

Marketing and Product Development, Drug Delivery Devices.

 

Consultant                                                                            1986, 1988, 1993

Illinois Attorney General (Chicago).

Prescription Fraud. Alcohol Toxicology.

 

Consultant                                                                                    1986- 1988

Baxter Labs , American Edwards Division.

Clinical Research

 

Consultant                                                                                   1976 – 1979

Illinois Department of Mental Health

Survey pharmacy services state mental health facilities.

 

Consultant                                                           1976, 1980, 1995, 1996, 2017

Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.

Consultant and Expert Witness for State in Controlled Substance Prescribing and Dispensing, Medical and Pharmacy Disciplinary Cases.

 

 

 

EDITORIAL AND PUBLISHING

 

Editor in Chief / Founding Editor                                                  1987 – 2000

Journal of Pharmacy Practice.

 

Contributing Editor                                                                       2002 – 2006

Pharmacy Practice News. McMahon Publishing Group, New York

Author of monthly column analyzing pharmacist errors resulting in litigation.

 

Consulting Editor                                                                         2000 – 2002

Technomic Publishing, Lancaster, PA.

Identify, recruit, and review book manuscripts in the area of Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacy Practice.

 

Contributing Editor                                                                       1994 – 1995

Nursing Drug Alert. Critical Care.

Articles on how to identify and avoid adverse drug reactions. Directed towards critical care nurses.

 

Editorial Board                                                                              1993 -1995

Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. JB Lippincott Co.

 

Editorial Board                                                                             1994 – 2015

American Journal of Therapeutics.

 

Editorial Board                                                                             2004 – 2005

Hospital Pharmacy Regulation Report, HcPro. Marblehead, MA.

 

Editor                                                                                           1985 – 1990

Infusion (Adverse Reactions Column). Shugar Publications, New York NY

 

Editor                                                                                           1987 – 1990

Illinois Council of Hospital Pharmacists.

Keep Posted Newsletter.

EDITORIAL AND PUBLISHING

Editor                                                                                           1980 – 1984

Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter.

 

Editor                                                                                           1983 – 1985

Perspectives in Pharmacy. MacMillan Professional Journals. Chicago, IL.

 

Editorial Board                                                                              1988, 1993

Medical Malpractice Verdicts, Settlements and Experts. Nashville, TN.

 

Contributing Editor                                                                       1989 – 2002

Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacist Report). Medical Economics.

 

Referee                                                                                                 1989

The Annals of Pharmacotherapy

 

Referee                                                                                                 2004

Neuroscience

 

Referee                                                                                       1987,  1990

Hospital Drug Therapy Journal: The Journal for Pharmacy and Therapeutics Members.

 

Referee and Contributing Editor                                                             1992

Hospital Pharmacy , Lippincott.

 

Referee                                                                                                 2007

American Journal of Psychiatry

 

Special Contributor                                                                       1988- 1990

American Medical Association Drug Evaluations.

 

 

AWARDS

American Society of Pharmacy Law                                              March, 2001

Larry Simonsmeier DuPont Legal Writing Award

“The NABP Produces Mixed Results: A Legal And Clinical Analysis Concerning The Recent NABP Model Act And Rules Initiative Towards Pharmacy Technicians.” American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. O’Donnell JT. Standardized Total Parenteral Nutrition Formula. I.V.Topics Infusion 1:1 September,1976.
  2. O’Donnell JT, Roberts LW, and Stinebaugh E Pharmacy Based Special Infant Formula Service. American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 33:1018‑1020 (Oct,1976).
  3. O’Donnell JT, Roberts LW, and Stinebaugh E. Pharmacy Assisted Skin Bank Program. American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 34:1353‑1354, (Dec) 1977.
  4. O’Donnell JT. Increasing the Awareness of the Consultant Pharmacist to the Use of Therapeutic Nutritional Products. Contemporary Writing in Long Term Pharmacy. 1:1, 78‑85, (Oct) 1978. American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, Alexandria, VA.
  5. Muno F and O’Donnell JT. Patient Prescription Information. Consultant/Author/Editor. Chicago, IL 1978.
  6. Ebersman DS and O’Donnell JT. Essential Trace Elements. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. Vol. l No. l, Chicago, IL. November, 1980.
  7. O’Donnell JT. Total Parenteral Nutrition and the Pharmacist. Illinois Journal of Pharmacy 42 No. 3,27‑32 (March,1980).
  8. Ebersman DS and O’Donnell JT. Drug Regulatory Issues and Their Effect on Parenteral Vitamin Marketing. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. l No. 2, Chicago, IL. (Feb) 1981.
  9. O’Donnell JT. Drug Regulatory Issues and Their Effect on Parenteral Vitamin Marketing. Illinois Journal of Pharmacy 43 No. 5, (May, 1981).
  10. Ebersman DS and O’Donnell JT. Significant Drug Nutrient Interactions. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter.1 No. 3, Chicago, IL. May,1981.
  11. O’Donnell JT. Drug Regulatory Issues and Their Effect on Parenteral Vitamin Marketing Infusion. Vol. 5 No. 3, (May) 1981.
  12. O’Donnell JT. Intravenous Potassium Administration and Therapeutic Guidelines. Infusion. Vol. 5 No. 4, p.89 (July‑August) 1981.
  13. O’Donnell JT. Continuing Controversy on Intravenous Diazepam and Phenytoin Administration. Vol. 5 No. 5, p.122 (Sept/Oct) 1981.
  14. O’Donnell JT. Vitamin K Intravenous Administration, Indications, Adverse Reactions, and Contraindications. Infusion. Vol. 5 No. 6,154‑155, (Nov/Dec) 1981.
  15. O’Donnell JT and Ebersman DS. Standardized Parenteral Nutrition Solutions. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. 2 No. l, Chicago, IL. Winter, 1981.
  16. O’Donnell JT. Significant Drug Nutrient Interactions for the Pharmacist. Illinois Journal of Pharmacy 44 No.2,10‑11, (Feb)1982.
  17. O’Donnell JT. Intravenous Insulin in the Diabetic Surgical Patient. Infusion. Vol. 6 No. 2, p. 48‑50, March/ April,1982.

 

  1. Ebersman DS and O’Donnell JT. Selenium. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter 2 No. 3, Chicago Summer,1982.
  2. O’Donnell JT and Millman L. Effect of Light on Vitamin Stability in IV Solutions. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter 2 No. 4, Chicago, Fall,1982
  3. O’Donnell JT. Light Sensitivity of Intravenous Drug Infusion. Vol. 6 No. 5, p.155‑156, Sept/Oct,1982.
  4. O’Donnell JT and Ebersman DS. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter Vol. 3 No.1, Chicago, December,1982. Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Surgical Infection. Heart and Lung. Vol.12 No.1. pp 20‑22. Jan.1983.
  5. O’Donnell JT. Selenium. Gastroenterology. March, 1983. (Letter to Editor).
  6. O’Donnell JT and Ebersman DS. Selenium and Molybdenum. Therapeutic Newsletter. Rush Presbyterian‑St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chicago, IL. March, 1983.
  7. O’Donnell JT and Ebersman DS. Selenium and Molybdenum. New Trace Elements for Intravenous Additive use. Vol. 7 No. 2. Mar/Apr, 1983.
  8. O’Donnell JT. Chymopapain: A New Therapeutic Agent. Infusion. Vol. 7 No.3, June/July,1983.
  9. O’Donnell J and Millman L. Vasopressin‑Intravenous Administration Guidelines. Vol. 7 No.4, Aug/Sept,1983.
  10. O’Donnell JT. Electrolytes in Parenteral Nutrition. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. Vol.3 No.2, Summer,1983.
  11. O’Donnell JT and Rothman J. Guidelines for Extravasation of Intravenous Drugs. Vol. 7 No.4, Sept/Oct,1983.
  12. O’Donnell JT. Selenium in Total Parenteral Nutrition: Clinical Experience in Two Medical Centers. Lyphomed Inc Chicago, December,1983.
  13. O’Donnell JT. Intravascular Lidocaine‑Proceed with Caution. Infusion. Vol.8 No. l, Jan/Feb,1984.
  14. O’Donnell JT. Trace Elements, Past, Present and Future. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. Vol.3 No.2, Spring,1984.
  15. O’Donnell JT. Quality Assurance for Hospital Pharmacy Strategies and Techniques. Legal Aspects of Medical Practices. (Book Review) Vol.12 No.6, Pharmaceutical Communications Inc, Long Island City, NY June,1984.
  16. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacy Malpractice: An Avoidable Hospital Cost. Perspective in Pharmacy l, No.2, MacMillan Professional Journals, Chicago, IL. (June) 1984.
  17. O’Donnell JT. Toxicity and Allergenicity of Antimicrobial Preservatives in Parenteral Products. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter. 4, No. l, Summer,1984.
  18. O’Donnell JT. White Paper Users Evaluation of Mini‑Infusion Devices. Associated Pharmacist Consultants, Inverness, IL.1984,1985.
  19. O’Donnell JT. Lidocaine Use in Placing IV Cannula’s, Journal of The National Intravenous Therapy Association. Vol. 8, No.1, 69‑71. Jan/Feb 1985.
  20. O’Donnell JT. In Support of Mandatory Continuing Education for Pharmacists. Illinois Pharmacist March, 1985. (letter).
  21. O’Donnell JT. Controlling Costs Through Old and New Methods. Editorial. Perspectives in Pharmacy. Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 1985, MacMillan Professional Journals, Chicago, IL.
  22. O’Donnell JT. Drug Injuries Resulting in Malpractice Suits. Malpractice Newsletter. NY April 1985
  23. O’Donnell JT. Introduction to Adverse Drug Reactions. Infusion, 9 July,1985 p.112‑115.
  24. O’Donnell JT. Monitoring and Reporting Adverse Drug Reactions. (Editorial) Infusion, Nov/Dec,1985.
  25. O’Donnell JT. Toxicity and Deficiency of Micronutrients in a TPN Patient. Lyphomed Nutritional Newsletter, Vol. 5 Number 3,1985.
  26. O’Donnell JT and Baumgartner T. Is Pharmacy Malpractice an Avoidable Cost? Florida Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, Vol.5, July, 1985, p. 35‑59.
  27. O’Donnell JT. Iron Toxicity, Treatment and a Case of Iatrogenic Poisoning. Infusion, Vol. 10, Number 1, Jan.1986.
  28. O’Donnell JT. The Role of The Clinical Pharmacist in Risk Management. Topics in Hospital Pharmacy Management, 6 No.2, 37‑45. Aug.1986.
  29. O’Donnell JT. Medication Review Form for Assessing the Developmentally Disabled. The Consultant Pharmacist 1986, p. 86 (Letter).
  30. Aminoglycoside Ototoxicity (editorial). Infusion, Vol. 10, No.3,1986. pp.52‑57.
  31. O’Donnell JT and Baumgartner T. Analysis of Hospital Pharmacy Pricing Methods in the 305 Area Code Region (Greater Miami). Florida Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 7(1):1‑9, January,1987.
  32. O’Donnell JT. The Toxicity and Allergenicity of Antimicrobial Preservatives in Parenteral Pharmaceuticals. Infusion, Vol. 101, No. 6,1987,100‑104.
  33. O’Donnell JT, Vohra S, Agarwaal P. Monoclonal Antibodies‑Orthoclone OKT. Infusion. Vol. 11, No. 5,1987. pp. 77‑79.
  34. Protamine Adverse Reactions. Infusion, Vol. 11, No.1,1987,11‑12.
  35. O’Donnell JT. Introduction to Adverse Drug Reactions. New Jersey Trial Lawyers Journal, Fall,1987.
  36. O’Donnell JT. The Role of the Clinical Pharmacist in Risk Management. Florida Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 8(1):47‑55, January,1988.
  37. O’Donnell JT. Clinical Pharmacists Role in Risk Management. New Jersey Trial Lawyers Journal, April, 1988.
  38. O’Donnell JT. History of Development of Standards of Practice for the Profession of Pharmacy. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 1(1), August,1988.
  39. O’Donnell JT. Status of Standards of Practice for the Profession of Pharmacy. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 1(1). August,1988.
  40. O’Donnell JT. Nutrition Fraud. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 1(2), October,1988.
  41. O’Donnell JT and Fry B. Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2(1), February,1989.
  42. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Effects of Steroids. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2(4), August,1989.
  43. O’Donnell JT. Court Backs Right to Refuse Psychotropics. Drug Topics (Hospital Pharmacist Report) (Sept Suppl), 21‑22,1989.
  44. O’Donnell JT. Motion Sickness drug use in delivery comes under fire. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Nov Suppl) 1989.
  45. O’Donnell JT. Status of Standards of Practice in Pharmacy. Safety Brief, Vol 5. No 4. January 1990. Triodyne, Inc. Niles, IL.
  46. O’Donnell JT. Injuries From Drugs. AmJur 7, Proof of Facts 3d , 1‑142./1990. (Chapter) Bancroft Whitney, San Francisco, CA.
  47. O’Donnell JT. Can patients be forced to take mind‑altering drugs. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (May Suppl) 1990.
  48. O’Donnell JT. Faulty Cardioplegia solution leads to $492,000 verdict. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Aug Suppl) 1990.
  49. O’Donnell JT. Status of Standards of Practice in Pharmacy. National Trial Lawyer April 1990, pp 37‑50.
  50. O’Donnell JT. Magnesium Overdose Kills Pregnant R.Ph. Her Twins Saved. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report).134:11‑12 (Nov Suppl) 1990.
  51. O’Donnell JT. Beware of Charcoal/Sorbitol to treat Theophylline poisoning. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Nov Suppl) 1990.
  52. O’Donnell JT. Hospital Pharmacist Negligence contributes to multimillion dollar settlement. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report).1,22, (Dec Suppl) 1990.
  53. O’Donnell JT. Pain Equilibration‑Making It Understandable for the Jury. National Trial Lawyer, January,1991.
  54. O’Donnell JT. Wisconsin Pharmacists Found Negligent for dispensing Silver nitrate. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). March 1991.
  55. O’Donnell JT. Does Fetal Risk Justify Banning Women from Chemo Prep? Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). May 1991.
  56. O’Donnell JT. Michigan Court Rules Pharmacists have no duty to warn. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Jun Suppl) 1991.
  57. O’Donnell JT Fry B. Drug Therapy in Pregnancy and Lactation. National Trial Lawyer, July 1991, pp. 81‑88.
  58. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist error suggested in baby’s brain damage. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Sept Suppl) 1991.
  59. O’Donnell JT. Tennessee Suit R.Ph.s can be judged against practice standards. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). December 1991.
  60. O’Donnell JT. Anaphylactic Reaction to Cefazolin in a Penicillin Allergic Patient. Drug Topics (Hospital Pharmacist Report) (Oct Suppl) 1991.
  61. O’Donnell JT. Parallax error is linked to AZT hospital mixup. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol 6 No 1 (Jan Suppl) 1992.
  62. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline in Litigation. Journal of the Association of Food and Drug Officials. Vol 56 No 1 January, 1992. 43‑52.
  63. O’Donnell JT. Steroid Rxs and ‘p.r.n’ can mean legal trouble. Drug Topics. Vol 136, No 1, 46. January 1992.
  64. O’Donnell JT. “If you warn, do it right”, judge tells pharmacists. Drug Topics, Vol 134, No 35‑36. February 1992.
  65. O’Donnell JT. Coumadin Rx Error results in $722,500 Verdict. Drug Topics, March,1992.
  66. O’Donnell JT. $60 million in damages sought in insulin cover‑up suit. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol 6 No 4:1,8 (Apr Suppl) 1992.
  67. O’Donnell JT. New Legal Landmine: Forced use of Psychotropics. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol 6 No 6:30 (Jun Suppl) 1992.
  68. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline Injuries Resulting in Litigation. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Vol V No 4 (August) 1992.
  69. O’Donnell JT. Clinical Pharmacist Sued as Negligent Investigator. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol 6 No 11 (Nov Suppl) 1992.
  70. O’Donnell JT. Chain lands in hot water over aspirin allergy case. Drug Topics 136; 22:72,74 November 1992.
  71. O’Donnell JT. Understanding Adverse Drug Reactions. NURSING 92. August 1992.
  72. O’Donnell JT. Hypoglycemic Adverse Reactions to Insulin and Sulfonylureas, Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol V, No 5 (October),1992: pp 300‑310.
  73. O’Donnell JT. Understanding Adverse Drug Reactions, MED ERRORS Nursing 93, January, 1993.
  74. Should Parolee be forced to take Psychotropic Drugs? Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). 134:11‑12 (Jan Suppl) 1993.
  75. O’Donnell JT. Hospital Sued for Not Giving Rescue Drug. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol. 7, No.1, (January),1993. p 29.
  76. O’Donnell JT. Understanding Adverse Drug Reactions. Safety Brief, Vol 8, No 2, March 1993. Triodyne, Inc Niles, IL.
  77. O’Donnell JT. Licenses Threatened in Digoxin Death. Drug Topics (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol. 7, No. 3, (March),1993. p 32.
  78. O’Donnell JT. Missouri Hospital Settles Second Cardioplegia Death Suit. Drug Topics (Hospital Pharmacy Report) Vol. 7, No. 4, (April), 1993, pp 1,11.
  79. Vohra S and O’Donnell JT. Guidelines for Critical Care Drug Compatibility‑Update 1993. Nursing 93. July,1993.
  80. O’Donnell JT. Understanding Theophylline Malpractice. The Malpractice Reporter, NY, NY. Volume 12, Numbers 7 & 8, July, 1993.
  81. O’Donnell JT. Cardioplegia Litigation and Recommendations Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. Vl, No. 4 (August), 1993:pp 151‑152.
  82. O’Donnell JT. Court finds manufacturer not guilty in lidocaine mix‑up. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). November,1993. Vol 7, #11.
  83. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist’s Use of Abbreviations Alleged to Cause Codeine Death. Lippincott’s Hospital Pharmacy. July, 1993
  84. O’Donnell JT. Insulin and Sulfonylurea Hypoglycemic Injuries. Legal Medicine Butterworth Legal Publications.
  85. O’Donnell JT. Predictions in Drug Therapy (Ed). Nursing 94, March,1994.
  86. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline Misadventures I. Neonatal Network, The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, March, 1994.
  87. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline Misadventures II. Neonatal Network, The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, April 1994.
  88. O’Donnell JT. OR Pharmacists Warned to Keep Tight Rein Over Ketamine. Drug Topics Suppl (Hospital Pharmacy Report). (Jan Suppl) 1994.
  89. O’Donnell JT. Suit Against Hospital, Caremark Stresses Need for Communication. Drug Topics (Hospital Pharmacy Report). Vol. 8, No. 3, (March),1994. p. 58.
  90. O’Donnell JT. Alcohol: Gastrointestinal and Other Toxicities. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. VI, No. 4 (August),1994; pp 196‑208.
  91. O’Donnell JT. Understanding the Dangers of Neuromuscular Blockers. Drug Alert. Critical Care 94. Nursing 94. December,1994, 32BB.
  92. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Drug Reactions. Legal Medicine 1994, Wecht CH. Editor. Butterworth, Salem, NH. p 229‑267.
  93. O’Donnell JT. Benign Substances Aren’t Always Benign (Sodium Chloride Toxicity). Drug Alert. Critical Care 95. Nursing 95. February, 95.
  94. O’Donnell JT. Respiratory Depression. Drug Alert. Critical Care 95. Nursing 95, April,1995. 32JJ.
  95. BOOK EDITOR Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May,1995.
  96. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Drug Reactions; Extent of the Problem and Causality Assessment. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May,1995. (57 – 92).
  97. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline. The Unpredictively Toxic Asthma Drug. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May,1995(161 – 190).
  98. O’Donnell JT and Tortoriello P. Steroids Effect and Regulation. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May,1995(213 – 270).
  99. O’Donnell JT. Hypoglycemic Adverse Reactions to Insulin and Sulfonylureas. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May, 1995. (271 – 301).
  100. O’Donnell JT. The Pharmacist. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May, 1995(301 – 337).
  101. O’Donnell JT. Pain Equilibration. In Moch J, Borja A, and O’Donnell JT. Eds. Pharmacy Law Litigating Pharmaceutical Cases. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May, 1995. (409 – 426).
  102. O’Donnell JT. Avoiding Vasopressor Extravasation. Drug Alert. Critical Care 95. Nursing 95. June,1995.
  103. O’Donnell JT. Understanding Alcohol Tests. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Professional Litigation Services Directory. Summer 1995. p 10,16.
  104. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline Toxicity. Drug Alert. Critical Care 95. Nursing 95, August,1995.
  105. O’Donnell JT and Lamb K. Chemical and Physical Restraints in Elderly Patients. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, IX No. 2, (April), 1996.
  106. O’Donnell JT and Iyer P, Medication Errors. In Nursing Malpractice, Iyer P. Ed. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. May,1996.
  107. O’Donnell JT. Medication Error Misadventures. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol IX, No. 3 (June) 1996, pp 167 – 180.
  108. O’Donnell JT and Iffy L. Cardiopulmonary Adverse Effects of Oral and Subcutaneous Terbutaline for Tocolysis. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, IX, No 3 (June) 1996, pp181 – 187.
  109. O’Donnell JT. Corticosteroid Misadventures. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol IX, No. 3 (June) 1996, pp.203 -215.
  110. O’Donnell JT. Diets and Obesity Drug Treatment. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol IX, No. 5 (October) 1996, pp 330 – 341.
  111. O’Donnell JT. Anabolic Steroids: Effects and Regulation Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Vol IX, No 5 (October) 1996, pp 313 – 329.
  112. O’Donnell JT. Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutritional Supplements Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Vol IX, No. 5 (October) 1996. pp 342 – 359.
  113. O’Donnell JT and Salemi J. Performance Enhancing Drug Use in Athletes, Journal of Pharmacy Practice Vol IX, 5 (October)  1996. pp 386 -395.
  114. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacists’ Responsibilities in Sports and Fitness. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol IX, No. 5 (October) 1996, pp 297 – 299.
  115. O’Donnell JT. Medical Dangers of Tobacco Use, Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. X, No. 5, October 1997, 316-325.
  116. Iffy L. and O’Donnell JT. Bromocriptine Induced Life-threatening Dysrhythmia American Journal of Therapeutics, Vol 5, No. 2 March, 1998, 111-115.
  117. O’Donnell JT. Diet Drug Disaster: The Story of Redux and Fen-Phen. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. XI, No. 2/April 1998, 81-112.
  118. O’Donnell JT. Diets and Obesity Drug Treatment. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. XI, No. 2/April 1998, 113-124.
  119. O’Donnell JT. Nesbitt L. Pharmacotherapy of Chronic Nonmalignant Pain. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol. XI, No.5, October, 1998. 374-381
  120. O’Donnell JT. Etanercept (Enbrel) – Drug of the Month Monograph. Department of Pharmacology Web Page.  Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL.  April, 1999.
  121. O’Donnell JT. (Interviewed for) Water R. Precarious Prescriptions; Can your doctor’s prescriptions hurt you? Salon Magazine, salonmagazine.com/health/feature/1999/05/05/prescriptions/ May 5, 1999.
  122. O’Donnell JT. Withdrawal from Calcium Channel Blockers in a pregnant woman, American Journal of Therapeutics, Vol 6, No. 1, January 1999, 61-66.
  123. O’Donnell JT. KPBS Public Radio. Metabolife (Dangers of Ephedrine). San Diego, CA 8/31/99. kpbs.org/radio/content_programs_news_storylist.html
  124. O’Donnell JT. Drug Induced Hepatotoxicity. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol XII, No. 6/ December 1999. 443-461.
  125. O’Donnell JT. Propylene Glycol Pediatric Neurotoxicity: Dangers of Case Report and Literature Review. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol XIII, No. 3/June 2000, 214-225.
  126. O’Donnell JT. Forensic Pharmacist Report in a Coumadin Death Case. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol XIII, No. 3, June, 2000, 236-245.
  127. Anderson P and O’Donnell JT. Specific Forensic Applications for Pharmacists. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol XIII, No. 3, June 2000, 187-193.
  128. O’Donnell JT. Farewell. (Editorial). Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Vol XIII, No. 3, June 2000, 173-175.
  129. O’Donnell JT. BOOK Editor,Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers, Tucson, AZ., 2000
  130. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Drug Reactions and Causality Assessment in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  131. O’Donnell JT. Diet Drugs, Redux and Fen-Phen Two Points of View, Fen-Phen and Redux: Lessons Learned, Serotonin Chemistry, Anorexigenic Pharmacology/Interactions/ Cautions in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  132. O’Donnell JT. Theophylline: The Unpredictable Toxic Asthma Drug in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  133. O’Donnell JT. Corticosteroids in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  134. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Effects of Diabetic Drugs in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  135. O’Donnell JT, Drug Induced Hepatotoxicity in O’Donnell JT, Ed., Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  136. O’Donnell JT. Pain Medications in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  137. Salemi J and O’Donnell JT. Performance Enhancing Drugs: Anabolic Steroids and Dietary Supplements/Ephedrine in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  138. O’Donnell JT. Recreational Drugs in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  139. O’Donnell JT. The Pharmacist in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  140. Anderson P and O’Donnell JT. The Forensic Pharmacist in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  141. O’Donnell JT , Medication Errors in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2000
  142. O’Donnell JT. Drug Induced Esophagitis: Case Reports and Literature Review. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Vol IX, No. 4, August, 2000
  143. Iyer P. and O’Donnell JT Medication Errors. In Nursing Malpractice, Second Edition, Iyer P. Ed. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2001. (Interviewed for) Ghristie T. Deadly side effects? Suicides cast suspicion on acne drug. Http//www.registerguard.com/news/200109301/1a.accutanegreufe.0930.html
  144. O’Donnell JT. Overview of Existing Research And Information Linking Accutane (Isotretinoin), Depression, Psychosis And Suicide. Hearing Proceedings: Accutane-Is This Acne Drug Treatment Linked to depression and Suicide? In, Committee on Government Reform, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session, Serial No. 106-248. U.S. Government Printing Office.73 924 DTP, pp. 71-96.
  145. O’Donnell JT. (Interviewed for) Vedantam, S. Plane Crash Revives Accutane Questions: Pilot Had Prescription for Acne Medication Linked to Depression. Washington Post, January 11, 2002; Page A02. http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/2p-dyn/A28188-2002Jan10
  146. Bishop M and O’Donnell JT. The Incidence of Bronchospasm or Asthma Following Non-depolarizing Muscle Relaxants on Adverse Events Reported to the Food and Drug Administration. Abstract. American Society of Anesthesiology Annual Meeting, October, 2002.
  147. O’Donnell JT.(Interviewed for) Politzer B. Pharmacy Malpractice for a New Millennium. Pharmacy Practice News. October, 2002.
  148. O’Donnell JT. A Primer for Avoiding Catastrophic Compounding Errors. Pharmacy Practice News, November, 2002, p. 16.
  149. O’Donnell JT. (Gentamicin Vestibulopathy) Irreversible Mistakes Leave Lasting Scars. Pharmacy Practice News. December, 2002.
  150. O’Donnell JT. Decimal Point and Dilution Errors Bring Pharmacists to Court. Pharmacy Practice News. January, 2003
  151. O’Donnell JT. Transcription Errors Trigger Addisonian Crisis: Pharmacy Practice News, February, 2003.
  152. O’Donnell JT. Methotrexate not for daily dispensation-Errors and Toxicities Involving Pharmacists. Pharmacy Practice News, March, 2003.
  153. O’Donnell JT. Overview of Existing Research and Information Linking Accutane (Isotretinoin), Depression, Psychosis and Suicide”. American Journal of Therapeutics, Vol 10, Number 2, March/April 2003, 148-159.
  154. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulant Errors Spell Legal Trouble for Pharmacists Pharmacy Practice News, May, 2003. p. 18.
  155. O’Donnell JT. It Takes Your Breath Away. B-Blocker Use in Asthmatics Leads to Patient Injuries and Pharmacist Lawsuits. Pharmacy Practice News, June, 2003. . 31,34.
  156. O’Donnell JT. Cross-Reactive Drugs Pose Anaphylaxis Risk. Pharmacy Practice News, June, 2003.      31,34
  157. O’Donnell JT. Fluoroquinolone Interactions Force Pharmacists into Court. Pharmacy Practice News, July, 2003.
  158. Bishop M and O’Donnell JT. The Incidence of Bronchospasm or Asthma Following Non-depolarizing Muscle Relaxants on Adverse Events Reported to the Food and Drug Administration. Anesthesia and Analgesia, Vol 97, No. 2, 484-5. August, 2003.
  159. O’Donnell JT. Calcium Phosphate Precipitates Legal Problems for Hospital Pharmacists. Pharmacy Practice News. August, 2003, pp32,34.
  160. O’Donnell JT. Controlled Substance create legal problems for Pharmacists.  Pharmacy Practice News. September, 2003, September, 2003, pp 14-15.
  161. O’Donnell JT. Counseling Patients Can Prevent Pregnancy Exposure and Injury and Lawsuits Against Pharmacists. Pharmacy Practice News. October, 2003.
  162. O’Donnell JT. Expert Opinion Helpful in Urine Drug Testing Cases. Louis Daily Record, Supplement, October, 2003, 4EW.
  163. O’Donnell JT. Pill-Splitting leads to Renal Failure and Legal Trouble. Pharmacy Practice News. November, 2003.
  164. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacists Get Burned by Acid Cases.  Pharmacy Practice News.  December, 2003.
  165. O’Donnell JT. System Failure: Analysis of a Vincristine Intrathecal Paralysis Case. Pharmacy Practice News.  January 2004.
  166. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacists Get Burned by Acid Cases. LNC Resource. Vol 1, No. 1, January, 2004, p.4.
  167. O’Donnell JT. PPA Plagues Pharmacists, Even While Pending Withdrawal.. Pharmacy Practice News. February 2004, 3, 5.
  168. O’Donnell JT. Transcription Errors Trigger Addisonian Crisis: LNC Resource Vol 1, No. 2, February, 2004, p. 22.
  169. O’Donnell JT. Gentamicin Vestibulopathy – Irreversible Mistakes Leave Lasting Scars. Rx Ipsa Loquitur, Vol 31 No 1, Jan / February 2004
  170. O’Donnell JT. Pre-packs Lead to Patient Deaths and Legal Nightmares for Pharmacists Pharmacy Practice News. March 2004.
  171. O’Donnell JT.Systems Failure in Oncology Drug Administration: Intrathecal Vincristine Leads to Permanent Paralysis. Abstract for Poster Presentation. American College of Legal Medicine. March, 2004.
  172. O’Donnell JT. Little Helpers that Hurt (Interviewed for). OTC Analgesics’ Toxicity. http:/ccd/fitdv.com/new/articles/article.;html?artid=264. Your Health: March Issue, March, 2004.
  173. Bishop M and O’Donnell JT. Proceedings Abstract. The Incidence of Bronchospasm or Asthma Following Non-depolarizing Muscle Relaxants on Adverse Events Reported to the Food and Drug Administration. University of Illinois College of Medicine-Rockford , March 31, 2004
  174. O’Donnell JT. Medication Issues: When Cross-Allergic Reactions Occur. LNC Resource, April 2004, Vol 1, No. 5, p.11.
  175. O’Donnell JT. Daily CeeNU administration leads to Patient Toxicity and Legal Troubles for Pharmacists. Pharmacy Practice News, April, 2004.
  176. O’Donnell JT.Drug Interactions Force Pharmacists Into Court. LNC Resource, Vol 1, No. 4 May 2004, p. 21.
  177. O’Donnell JT. Drug Use – A Mitigating Factor in Criminal Cases. LNC Resource, Vol 1, No. 6, June, 2004, p. 15.
  178. O’Donnell JT. (Interviewed for) New JCAHO IV Goal Could Burden Small Pharmacies. Hospital Pharmacy Regulation Report. hcPro Vol 2, N0. 6, June 2004.
  179. O’Donnell JT. Scope of Practice. Pharmacy Practice News. July 2004
  180. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacists Get Burned by Acid. Rx Ipsa Loquitur, Vol 31 No 3, July / August 2004.
  181. O’Donnell JT. System Failure – An Intrathecal Vincristine Tragedy. LNC Resource. August, 2004.Vol. 1, No. 8., P. 31.
  182. O’Donnell JT. Use Literature to Support Off-Label Drug Scripts (Interviewed for). Hospital Pharmacy Regulation Report. HCPro, Vl 2, No. 8. August 2004, Page 6.
  183. Bishop MJ, O’Donnell JT, Bhananker SM, Salemi JR. Does Adverse Event Reporting Support An Increased Incidence of Anaphylaxis with Rocuronium. J Clin Pharmacology. 2004:44:1185-1213.(abstract)
  184. O’Donnell JT. From the Courtroom: Check, Don’t Assume, to Avoid Errors (Heparin Death in Home Care Patient related to Pharmacists Negligence). Pharmacy Practice News, October, 2004
  185. O’Donnell JT. Missed Aminoglycoside Toxicity = Professional Incompetence. (Letter to Editor) Pharmacy Practice News. October, 2004.
  186. O’Donnell JT. Scope of Practice. LNC RESOURCE. 1. No. 11. November 2004
  187. O’Donnell JT. Systems Failure: An Intrathecal Vincristine Tragedy. Rx Ipsa Loquitur. Vol 31, No. 5, November/December, 2004.
  188. O’Donnell JT. Polar Hysteria: An Expression of Hypervitaminosis A. American Journal of Therapeutics. 11, 507-516(2004).
  189. O’Donnell JT. Drug Withdrawal Leads to Patient Injury and Legal Trouble. Pharmacy Practice News. November, 2004
  190. O’Donnell JT. Pill Splitting Leads to Rhabdomyolysis & Renal Failure LNC Resource Vol 1, NO. 12, p. 19, December, 2004.
  191. O’Donnell JT.(Interviewed for) FDA Urges Doctors to Limit Prescriptions for Two (Cox II Inhibitor) Painkillers, by Harris G and Berenson A http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/24/politics/24fda.html?ex=1105092990&ei=1&en=959606c7daafcdce December 24, 2004.
  192. O’Donnell JT. Vigilance and Counseling Help Prevent Childbirth Tragedies. LNC Resource Vol 2, No.1 p. 12, January, 2005.
  193. O’Donnell JT. Calcium Phosphate Precipitates Liability. LNC Resources. Vol. 2, No. 2. February, 2005. P. 7.
  194. Benjamin D and O’Donnell JT. Prothrombotic Effects of COX-2 Inhibitors. Is it a Class Effect? Abstract. American College of Legal Medicine Annual Meeting Proceedings, p 545. March, 2005
  195. O’Donnell JT. Vioxx (Rofecoxib) Market Withdrawal – Are There Legal Troubles in Sight for Pharmacists? Rx Ipsa Loquitur. Vol 32, No. 2, March/April 2005.
  196. O’Donnell JT. Let’s Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. Newsletter of the Louisiana Criminal Defense Lawyers. April, 2005.
  197. O’Donnell JT. Let’s Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. Newsletter of the Michigan Criminal Defense Lawyers. Volume 12, Number 1, Spring, 2005.
  198. O’Donnell JT. Lets Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. Newsletter of the Maine Criminal Defense Lawyers. April, 2005.
  199. O’Donnell JT. Let’s Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. Newsletter of the Tennessee Criminal Defense Lawyers. Nashville, TN. May, 2005.
  200. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist Incomplete Chart Review Contributes to Myxedema Coma. LNC Resource. May, 2005, p. 11.
  201. O’Donnell JT. From the Courtroom: More Than Just a Number: Looking Beyond the Med Sheet Bolsters Patient Safety. Pharmacy Practice News, May 2005. 40 – 41
  202. O’Donnell JT. Let’s Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. The Advocate. Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Layers. Volume 1, No. 4, Spring, 2005.
  203. O’Donnell JT. The Role of Alcohol Abuse in DUI Cases. IACDL Newsletter. (Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers). Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2005. 12 – 20.
  204. O’Donnell JT. Let’s Stop Our Biggest Drug Problem – Alcohol Abuse. Newsletter of the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers. June,2005.
  205. O’Donnell JT. Methylene blue injures spine patient and creates legal problems for pharmacist and hospital. LNC Resource. July, 2005.
  206. O’Donnell JT. From the Courtroom: Methylene blue injures spine patient and creates legal problems for pharmacist and hospital. Pharmacy Practice News. July 2005.
  207. O’Donnell JT. BOOK EDITOR. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  208. O’Donnell JT. The Pharmaceutical Industry. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  209. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Drug Reactions: The Extent of the Problem. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  210. Cohen L, O’Donnell JT, and Iyer P. Medications Errors and Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalized Patients: How Common Are They, and Why Do They Occur? In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  211. Iyer P, Cohen L, and O’Donnell JT. Medical-Legal Aspects of Medication Errors. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  212. O’Donnell JT, Iyer P, and Cohen L. Preventing Medication Errors. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  213. O’Donnell JT. Diet Drugs: Pharmacology/Interactions/Cautions. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  214. O’Donnell JT. Corticosteroids. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  215. O’Donnell JT Adverse Effects of Diabetic Drugs. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  216. O’Donnell JT. Drug-Induced Hepatotoxicity. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  217. O’Donnell JT. Pain Medications and OxyContin. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  218. Salemi J and O’Donnell JT. Performance-Enhancing Substances: Ephedrine, Anabolic Steroids, Herbals and Dietary Supplements. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  219. O’Donnell JT. Ephedra. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  220. O’Donnell JT. Recreational Drugs: Alcohol, Cocaine and Marijuana: Forensic Issues. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  221. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist Malpractice and the Infamous Courtney Case. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  222. Anderson PD and O’Donnell JT. The Forensic Pharmacist. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  223. Sweeney E and O’Donnell JT. The NABP Model Act and Rules Initiative Toward Pharmacy Technicians. In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Second Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2005.
  224. Bishop MJ, O’Donnell JT, Bhananker SM, Salemi JR. Does Adverse Event Reporting Support An Increased Incidence of Anaphylaxis with Rocuronium. Anesthesia & Analgesia, September, 2005.
  225. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for Trebelcock B. Not What the Doctor Ordered. Good Housekeeping. June 2005.
  226. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist Practice and Liability. J Nursing Law, Volume 10, Number 4, 2005, pp 201 -207.
  227. Smith CG and O’Donnell JT, Eds. The Process of New Drug Discovery and Development. Informa Healthcare. July, 2006.
  228. Smith CG and O’Donnell JT. Overview of New Drug Discovery and Development. In Smith CG and O’Donnell JT, Eds. The Process of New Drug Discovery and Development. Informa Healthcare. July, 2006.
  229. O’Donnell JT. Liability, Litigation, and Lessons in New Drug Development. In Smith CG and O’Donnell JT, Eds. The Process of New Drug Discovery and Development. Informa Health Care. July, 2006.
  230. Iyer P, O’Donnell JT, Benjamin DM. Medication Errors, In Iyer P, Ed. Nursing Malpractice, 3rd L&J Publishing, Tucson AZ, 2006
  231. O’Donnell JT. Editorial. Pharmacists Need to Do the Right Thing http://www.medicalaccountability.net/Articles_jodonnell.html , July, 2006.
  232. Lass N and O’Donnell JT. Clinical Research Risks and the Importance of Life-Cycle Assessments. Update: Food and Drugs Law, Regulation and Education, September, 2006.
  233. Benjamin DM and O’Donnell JT. Medication Errors, in, Legal Medicine, 7th Edition, American College of Legal Medicine, 2007.
  234. O’Donnell JT and Benjamin DM. Pharmacist Malpractice, In Legal Medicine, 7th Edition, 2007.
  235. O’Donnell JT. Caveats on Methadone for Pain Relief. Pharmacy Practice News, January, 2007. (Letter to the Editor).
  236. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for Hurley D. $500K Award in Lomustine (CCNU) Death Underscores Chemo Pharmacy Practice News, April 2007, p. 46.
  237. O’Donnell JT. Trial Testimony, State of Alaska v. Darling, Homer AK. Dateline NBC June, 2007
  238. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for: “Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging. (Video) Citizens Committee on Human Rights. Austin, Tx. 2008.
  239. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for: “Dangers of Selling outdated medicine.” CBS 2 News, Chicago, IL. Http://cbs2chicago.com/video/
  240. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for: “Drug Dangers: Switching Brand to Generic Drugs”. October 15, 2009. CBS 2 News, Chicago, Il .http://cbs2chicago.com/video/
  241. Benjamin DM and O’Donnell JT. Medication Errors, in, Legal Medicine, 8th Edition, American College of Legal Medicine, 2010.
  242. O’Donnell JT and Benjamin DM. Pharmacist Malpractice, In Legal Medicine, 8th Edition, 2010.
  243. Iyer P, O’Donnell JT, Benjamin DM. Medication Errors, In Iyer P, Ed. Nursing Malpractice, 4rd L&J Publishing, Tucson AZ, 2011.
  244. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulants: Teetering on the Edge (Summary of Therapeutic use and Toxicity of Anticoagulants). Webinar: Med League Support Services, http://medleague.com/webinars/anticoagulation.htm December 7, 2010.
  245. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulants: Teetering on the Edge (Summary of Therapeutic use and Toxicity of Anticoagulants). American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Webinar, January 27, 2011.
  246. O’Donnell JT. Think Fast! Unintentional Overdose. (Interviewed for) Angie’s List April, 2011.
  247. O’Donnell JT. (Interviewed for) Gutowski C. State Supreme Court ruling on drugged driving raises fairness questions. chicagotribune.com/news/local/ct-met-drug-court-opinion-20110728,0,6436407.story
  248. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg R. Applying Legal Risk Management to the Clinical Use of Methadone. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T). Vol. 36 No. 12; December 2011.
  249. O’Donnell JT (Interviewed for) Mann, D. Death from Drug Poisoning Jump Sixfold: Poisoning from Prescription Painkiller Driving the Increase in Drug Deaths. WebMD Health News, http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/news/20111220/deaths-drug-poisoning-in-us-jump-sixfold
  250. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for Death from Drug Poisoning Jump Six-fold: Poisoning from Prescription Painkiller Driving the Increase in Drug Deaths.. KGO 810AM Radio, San Francisco. December 21, 2011
  251. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulants: Therapeutics, Risks, and Toxicity: Special Emphasis on Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT), Journal of Pharmacy Practice, Volume 25, Issue 1, February 2012, pp. 26 – 33.
  252. O’Donnell JT and Vogenburg R. Applying Legal Risk Management to the Proper Use of Policies and Procedures. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T). June, 2012.
  253. O’Donnell JT, Ed. BOOK Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ., 2012
  254. O’Donnell JJ, O’Donnell JT, and Juettner V. General Principles of Pharmacology in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  255. O’Donnell JT. Liability, Litigation, and Lessons in New Drug Development, in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  256. O’Donnell JT. Adverse Drug Reactions: Focus on Drug Allergy, in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  257. O’Donnell JT, Iyer P, Benjamin D. Medication Errors in O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  258. Patel G and O’Donnell JT. Adverse Effects of Diabetic Drugs, in O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  259. Marks DH and O’Donnell JT. Drug-Induced Liver Disease, In O’Donnell JT, Ed. Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  260. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulants: Therapeutics, Risks, and Toxicity – Special Focus on Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia, in O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  261. O’Donnell JT. Dangers of Opioids in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  262. O’Donnell JT. Pharmacist Malpractice and Liability in O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  263. Sweeney E and O’Donnell JT. The NABP Model Act and Rules Initiative toward Pharmacy Technicians. In O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  264. Anderson PD and O’Donnell JT. The Forensic Pharmacist., in O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012.
  265. CHAPTER 42, Forensic Drug Testing. ImObersteg AD and O’Donnell JT. In O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  266. Chapter 44: Recreational Drugs: Alcohol, Cocaine and Marijuana: Forensic Issues, in O’Donnell JT, Ed, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2012
  267. Chapter 45: Pain Equipotency, in O’Donnell JT, Drug Injury: Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Third Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ. 2012
  268. O’Donnell JJ, O’Donnell JT, and Juettner V. Clinical Pharmacology for the Primary Care Physician. Disease a Month. /Vol 58, No 10: October 2012, 558 – 610.
  269. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg FR. Transitions of Care: Pitfalls and Recommendations. Focus on Methotrexate Errors. Pharmacy &Therapeutics (P&T), December, 2012.
  270. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg FR. Drug Shortages: Implications for increased Liability and increased costs of Care. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T), July, 2013.
  271. O’Donnell JT. Interviewed for McCoppin R. Pharmacists asked to be allowed to run Pot Dispensaries. The Chicago Tribune, 1/14/14.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct-medical-marijuana-pharmacist-met-20140115,0,369192.story
  272. O’Donnell JT, Marks DH, Danese P, and O’Donnell JJ. Drug Induced Liver Disease: Primer for the Primary Care Physician. Disease-A-Month. February, 2014.
  273. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg FR. Legal Risk Management Opportunities, Pharmacy Practice, and P&T Committees. Part 1: Deconstructing Dispensing Errors. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T), July, 2014.
  274. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg FR. HPSO/CAN Claims Study. Part II. Risk Management Recommendations. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T), August, 2014.
  275. O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ. Alcohol in Civil Litigation. In Caplan Y and Goldberger B, Garriott’s Medicolegal Aspects of Alcohol, 6th Edition, October 2014.
  276. Benjamin DM and O’Donnell JT. Medication Errors, in, Legal Medicine and Medical Ethics, 9th Edition, American College of Legal Medicine, 2015
  277. O’Donnell JT and Benjamin DM. Pharmacist Malpractice, in, Legal Medicine and Medical Ethics, 9th Edition, American College of Legal Medicine, 2015
  278. O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ. Pharmacology of Marijuana, in Tiftickjian J. Medical Legal Aspects of Marijuana – Colorado Edition. L&J Publishers, Tucson, 2015.
  279. Benjamin D, O’Donnell JT and. O’Donnell JJ. Pharmacology and Toxicology of Marijuana in, Legal Medicine and Medical Ethics, 9th Edition, American College of Legal Medicine, 2015.
  280. O’Donnell JT and Vogenberg FR. Imperatives for Professional Personnel Oversight – Ethics. Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T), October 2015.
  281. BOOK O’Donnell, J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J. eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.; 2016.
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  283. Molzon J and O’Donnell JT. The Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) and Related FDA Activities. In O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ, eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury, Fourth Edition, L&J Publ., Tucson. 2016.
  284. O’Donnell, J.T., O’Donnell, J.J. Allergic Drug Reactions. In: O’Donnell J.T., O’Donnell J.J. eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.: 2016.
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  286. O’Donnell, J.T., O’Donnell J.J. Dangers of Opiates. In: O’Donnell J.T., O’Donnell J.J. eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.: 2016.
  287. O’Donnell III, J.J., O’Donnell, J.T. Drug-induced Falls. In: O’Donnell J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J., eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.: 2016.
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  289. O’Donnell, J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J. Alcohol. In: O’Donnell J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J., eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.: 2016.
  290. O’Donnell, J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J., Benjamin, D.M. Marijuana: Pharmacology and Medical-Legal Issues. In: O’Donnell J.T., O’Donnell III, J.J., eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th ed. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc. Tucson, AZ: 2016.
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  293. Patel G, O’Donnell JT and Marks V., Adverse Effects of Diabetic Drugs in O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ. Eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury: 4th, Lawyers & Judges Publishers, Tucson, AZ., 2016.
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  295. O’Donnell JT. Anticoagulants: Therapeutics, Risks, and Toxicity. In O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ, Eds. O’Donnell’s Drug Injury. 4th Lawyers & Judges Publishers, Tucson, AZ., 2016
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  298. Anderson PD and O’Donnell JT, The Forensic Pharmacist, in O’Donnell JT and O’Donnell JJ, Eds, O’Donnell’s Drug Injury, 4th Ed. Lawyers & Judges Publishers Tucson, AZ., 2016.
  299. (Interviewed for) Gallegos A. 10 Tips to Mitigate Legal Risks of Opioid Prescribing. Family Practice News September 10, 2016. http://www.mdedge.com/familypracticenews/article/113681/pain/10-tips-mitigate-legal-risks-opioid-prescribing
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  1. Parenteral Supplementation. Advances in Neonatology Seminar, June,1973.
  2. Pediatric and Geriatric Pharmacology. Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine. Chicago, IL. September, 1973.
  3. Therapeutic Use of Special Infant Formula. Chicago, IL. August,1974.
  4. Special Infant Formula Services. Washington, D.C. December,1975.
  5. Effects of Analgesics on Mother and Fetus. University of Illinois College of Nursing Nurse Midwifery Program. April,1976 and July,1976.
  6. Perspectives in Alimentation. Delta‑School Craft Medical Society. Escanaba, MI. April,1976.
  7. Drug Loading and Drug Vacations. Waukegan Developmental Center, Waukegan, IL. April,1976.
  8. Pharmacology of Estrogens. Cook County Hospital, Department of Family Practice. September, 1976.
  9. Antibiotic Prophylaxis. Illinois Podiatric Society Annual Meeting. October,1976.
  10. Development of An Infant Eye Wash Syringe. Los Angeles, CA. December,1976.
  11. Parenteral Enteral Hyperalimentation. American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Chicago, IL. January,1977 and May,1977.
  12. Enteral Hyperalimentation. St. Luke’s Hospital Annual Meeting. Milwaukee, Wl. May,1977.
  13. Pharmacy Assisted Burn Unit Skin Bank Program. New York NY May,1977.
  14. Pharmacist Responsibilities in Total Parenteral Nutrition. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Symposium. Los Angeles, CA. June,1977.
  15. American Association of IV Therapists Annual Congress. Chicago, IL. November,1977.
  16. Increasing the Awareness and Contribution of the Consultant Pharmacist to the Use of Therapeutic Nutritional Products. American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. San Francisco, CA. November,1977.
  17. Enteral Hyperalimentation. Michael Reese Medical Center. Chicago, IL. March,1978.
  18. Drug Interactions for the Obstetrician. Rush University, Chicago, Continuing Education Series for Physicians. March,1978.
  19. Evaluation of the Need for a Systemized Approach to Pharmacology Education for Nursing Professionals. Oakton College. Morton Grove, IL. November,1978.
  20. Surgical Grand Rounds, Rush Presbyterian‑St. Luke’s Medical Center, Department of Surgery. June,1979.
  21. Effect of Solubilizers on Intravenous Filter Failures. San Francisco.1980.
  22. Competency Based Pharmacist Evaluation Tool. Chicago, IL. June,1981.
  23. Albumin and Lymphocyte Count as Predictors of Morbidity and Mortality. Clinical Nutrition Department, Rush University. Chicago, IL. June,1981.
  24. Six Hours in Cardiovascular Pharmacology. Critical Care Nursing Staff, Northwest Community Hospital. Arlington Heights, IL. February,1982.
  25. Caffeine: What Do I Tell My Patient? Illinois Dietetic Association. DeKalb, IL. April,1982.
  26. Mechanisms of Chemical Dependency: Alcohol and Central Nervous System Agents. Illinois Bar Association, Lawyers Assistance Program. Chicago, IL. April,1982.
  27. Significant Drug Nutrient Interactions. West Suburban Dietetic Association. Downers Grove, IL. May,1982.
  28. Risk Factors Related to Drugs and Diet and Pharmacology Update for Dietitians. North Suburban Dietetic Association. Hoffman Estates, IL. February,1983.
  29. Nutrition: Building Block for Wellness, Myths and Dangerous Health (Food) Practices, New Developments in Micronutrients, and Drug Nutrient Interactions. California Pharmacist Association Winter Continuing Education Seminar. South Lake Tahoe, Nevada. February 1983.
  30. Pharmacist Perspective‑Developing an Understanding Lyphomed National Sales Meeting. Tarpon Springs, Florida. February,1983.
  31. Drug Nutrient Interactions. Michigan Dietetic Association. Grand Rapids, Michigan. April,1983.
  32. Caffeine‑What Do I Tell My Patient? Indiana Dietetic Association. French Lick, Indiana. April,1983.
  33. Analysis of Disopyramide in Intravenous Solutions by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography. Chicago, IL. May,1983.
  34. Iron Poisoning in Home TPN Patient. American Society of Parenteral Nutrition Symposium. Chicago, IL. September,1983.
  35. Symposium Moderator, Rush‑Presbyterian‑St. Luke’s Medical Center. Chicago, IL. September,1983.
  36. Nutrition Care Delivery Dynamics and Economics. Visiting Faculty, American Hospital Association. Chicago, IL. October,1983.
  37. Avoiding Drug Induced Injury. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. November,1983.
  38. New Developments in Parenteral Nutrition. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. December,1983.
  39. Prevention of Vitamin Deficiency. Micronutrient Symposium, Atlanta, GA.1983.
  40. Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Disease: Current Thought on Diet and Drug Treatment. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. March,1984.
  41. New Injectable Therapy‑Micronutrients. Parenteral Drug Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. March,1984.
  42. Home Intravenous Therapy. Consultants for Home Health Care, Board of Directors Meeting. Chicago, IL. March,1984. Prevention of Complications in TPN. Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital. Chicago, IL. March,1984.
  43. Therapy for Minimal Brain Disorder and Epilepsy. Southern Illinois Nutrition Educational Conference. Mt. Vernon, IL. March,1984.
  44. Management of Obesity. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. April, 1984.
  45. Vitamins: Myths and Madness. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. April,1984.
  46. Evaluation of Home Pharmacy Vendors.1984 Cancer Therapy Update, Rush Cancer Center. Chicago, IL. April,1984.
  47. Micronutrients in Contemporary Nutrition. Symposium, Baptist Memorial Hospital. Memphis, TN. April,1984.
  48. An Analysis of Hospital Pharmacy Pricing Methods in the 305 Area Code. Boston, MA. June,1984.
  49. Enteral Nutrition. LaGrange Community Hospital, Medical Staff Continuing Education. June,1984.
  50. Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. St. Charles, IL. June,1984.
  51. Strategies for Survival in the Home Health Care Market. Home Care, Chicago, IL 1984.
  52. Cardiovascular Pharmacology. Illinois Academy of Community Pharmacy. Chicago, IL. October, 1984.
  53. Enteral Nutrition. Oregon Pharmacists Assn. Corvallis, OR October,1984.
  54. Treatment of Angina. Fox Valley Pharmaceutical Association. Aurora, IL. November,1984.
  55. Pharmacology of Calcium Channel Blockers. Racine County Pharmacists Association. Racine, WI. January,1985.
  56. Macroview of Micro Infusion Systems in the United States. Toronto Society of Hospital Pharmacy Directors. Toronto, Canada. March,1985.
  57. Hydration and Electrolyte Therapy. Network Home Care Seminar. Hillside, IL. March,1985.
  58. Pharmacy Malpractice. South Suburban Pharmacists Association. March,1985.
  59. Enteral Nutrition. National Association of Retail Druggists. San Francisco, CA. April,1985.
  60. Micronutrient Toxicity and Deficiency in a TPN Patient. Clinical Pharmacology Rounds Rush Medical School. Chicago, IL. May,1985.
  61. Pharmacology of Angina Therapy. Chicago Pharmacists Meeting Chicago, IL. May,1985.
  62. Alternative Methods to Meet Nutritional Needs. Association of Rehabilitation Nurses Illinois Chapter. September,1985.
  63. Pharmacology of Anti‑Hypertensive Drugs. Green Bay Pharmacists Society. Green Bay, WI. October, 1985.
  64. Provision of Hi‑Tech Pharmaceuticals to Patients. Las Vegas, Nevada. October,1985.
  65. Pharmacologic Basis for Establishing Liability. Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Preparation and Trial of Drug Liability Cases. Seminar Chicago, IL. November, 1985.
  66. Pharmacists’ Perspective of Syringe Pump Systems in Hospitals. National Sales Meeting, Colonial Hospital Supply Company. Chicago, IL. December,1985.
  67. Non‑Traditional Practice Opportunities. Illinois Pharmacists Assn. February,1986.
  68. Methods of Intravenous Drug Administration. Nashville, TN. March,1986.
  69. Pharmacology of Calcium Channel Blockers. Shopko Pharmacists Group. Appleton, Wl. April,1986.
  70. Extra and Intrahepatic Disease as a Result of TPN. Department of Pharmacy Journal Club, Rush Medical Center. Chicago, IL. May,1986.
  71. Intravenous Hyperalimentation in the Intensive Care Patient. Department of Cardiology Conference. Rush Medical Center. Chicago, IL. May,1986.
  72. Stability of Vincristine and Vinblastine in Intravenous Solutions. June,1986.
  73. Calcium Channel Blockers in Hypertension. Lake Geneva Pharmacist Association. Lake Geneva, Wl. July,1986.
  74. Overview of Intravenous Drug Delivery Systems: Focus on Syringe Pumps. New York Council of Hospital Pharmacists. Concord, NY September,1986.
  75. Cocaine Pharmacology. Cook County Public Defender’s Office. February,1987.
  76. Pharmacological Basis for Drug Product Liability. National Practice Institute. Chicago, IL. March,1987.
  77. Generic Drugs: Myths and Reality. Michigan Pharmacists Association. Dearborn, Ml. March,1987.
  78. Benefits of Publishing. Professional Practice Lecture Series. Department of Pharmacy. Rush‑Presbyterian‑St. Luke’s Medical Center. May,1987.
  79. Terfenadine Pharmacology. Illinois Medical Society Medicaid Formulary Committee. Chicago, IL. September,1987.
  80. Geriatric Pharmacology and Nutrition. Family Practice Center, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, KY October,1987.
  81. Prescription Drug Abuse. Illinois Bar Association, Chicago, IL. December,1987.
  82. Drug Use in the CTA Work Place. WVON Radio, Chicago, IL. December,1987.
  83. Quality Assurance and Risk Management in Hospital Pharmacy. Elmhurst, IL. March,1988.
  84. Identifying Risk Prone Therapies. New Orleans NAHC. April,1988.
  85. Pharmacological Basis of Establishing Liability. West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. Charleston, WVa. June,1988.
  86. Pharmacology of Accutane. American Trial Lawyers Association. Kansas City, MO. August,1988.
  87. Alcohol and the Law. Detroit Defense Trial Lawyers Association. Detroit, Ml. October,1988.
  88. Pharmacology and The Law. Lawyers Post Graduate Clinics Law Seminar Series. Chicago, IL. November,1988.
  89. Communications in the Health Care Industry. MidAtlantic Regional Nurse’s Association (MARNA). New York NY. February,1989.
  90. Effect of Alcohol and Drugs on Driving. DuPage County State’s Attorney Office. March,1989.
  91. Illinois Pharmacy Practice Act‑Practical Applications for Supportive Personnel. April,1989.
  92. Alcohol Drugs and Traffic Safety. State Bar of Michigan. Las Vegas, NV. April,1989.
  93. Alternate Practice. Illinois Pharmacists Association. Chicago, IL. May,1989.
  94. Standards of Practice for Pharmacy. Sangamiss Society of Hospital Pharmacists. Springfield, IL. May, 1989.
  95. Drug Therapy in Handicapped Children. Suburban Handicapped League. Hoffman Estates, IL. September,1989.
  96. Generic Drugs. Restoring Confidence. Atlanta, GA. December,1989.
  97. Generic Drugs. Restoring Confidence. Akron Pharmacists Society. May,1990.
  98. Pharmacology of Accutane. Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Toronto, Canada. July,1991.
  99. Power of Addiction. National Association of Women Judges. Chicago, IL October,1991.
  100. Interactions between Industry and Government Officials. Boots Pharmaceuticals. Lincolnshire, IL February, 1992.
  101. Pain Equilibration. Florida/Georgia Trial Lawyers Seminar. Orlando, FL August, 1992.
  102. Avoiding Adverse Drug Reactions. Visiting Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacology. Meharry Medical College. Nashville, TN. October, 1994.
  103. Avoiding Adverse Drug Reactions. Department of Pharmacy. Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center. Chicago, IL February, 1995.
  104. Reflections of a Generic Drug Board Member. Searle Labs. Department of Clinical Research. August, 1995.
  105. Addiction Potential and Psychiatric Toxicity of Ephedrine Containing Dietary Supplements. WPVI Action News, Philadelphia, PA. November, 1996
  106. Serotonin Neurochemistry/Pharmacology. Mealey’s Fen/Phen-Redux Litigation Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Dec. 1997
  107. Fen/Phen-Redux: Warning and Testing Issues: Perspectives of a Pharmacologist. Western Trial Lawyers Fen/Phen Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  May 6, 1998.
  108. Screening for Colon Cancer. Facilitator. City Wide Continuing Medical Education. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL May, 1999
  109. Pharmaceutical Liability: Adverse Drug Reactions, Medication Errors, and Pharmacist Duties. DePaul University Health law Institute and Greater Chicago Chapter American Association legal Nurse Consultants, Chicago, September 19, 1998.
  110. Corticosteroid Toxicity. American Trial Lawyers Meeting. Washington DC. July, 1998
  111. Estrogen Replacement Therapy. Facilitator. City Wide Medical Education. University of Illinois College of Medicine, Rockford, IL. November 1998.
  112. Pain Management. Facilitator. City Wide Medical Education. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL February, 1999.
  113. Pharmacoepidemiology: Identification, Analysis, Research, and Interventions to Decrease Drug-Induced Injury. Rush Medical College, Department of Pharmacology: Research Seminar Series, 3/19/99.
  114. Dangers of Diet Drugs and Fad Diets. RUSH Employee Wellness Center. July , 1999.
  115. Drug Induced Neurologic Toxicity. Mercer University College of Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA. August, 1999.
  116. Drug Induced CNS Toxicity. Rush University, Department of Pharmacology, Graduate Seminar Series. October, 1999.
  117. Facilitator-Intimate Partner Violence Program. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, Il. November, 1999.
  118. Facilitator-Myocardial Infarction Program. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL . February, 2000.
  119. Herbals and Botanicals. Facts and Myths. RUSH Employee Wellness Center. March 21, 2000.
  120. Careers in Pharmacy. Panel discussant. University of Illinois College of Pharmacy.      April, 2000.
  121. Regulatory Perspective: Medical Legal Implications of Alternative Medicines. New York Society of Health-system Pharmacists 2000 Annual Assembly, Bolton Landing, NY.     May, 2000.
  122. Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics of Corticosteroids. National College of Advocacy, Association of Trial Lawyers of America: Steroid Litigation Group. Chicago, July, 2000.
  123. Application of Daubert in a Steroid Product Liability Case. Association of Trial Lawyers of America: Section on Toxic, Environmental, and Pharmaceutical Torts (STEP). Chicago, July, 2000.
  124. Drug Induced Neurologic Toxicity. Mercer University College of Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA.  Mercer University, Atlanta, GA. September, 2000.
  125. Entrepreneurial Consulting for University Faculty. Mercer University College of Pharmacy Faculty, Atlanta, GA. September, 2000.
  126. The Role of the Food and Drug Administration. Mealey’s Propulsid Litigation Conference. Philadelphia. September, 2000.
  127. Accutane and Depression and Suicide-Is there a Link? US Congress, Committee on Government Reform, Washington DC. December 5, 2000.
  128. Alcohol and Drugs and Driving. L&J Accident Reconstruction and Litigation Seminar. Anaheim, CA. February 16, 2001
  129. Preventing Drug Interactions and Prescription Errors-Advice for the Consumer. KRLD Talk Radio, The Marty Griffin Show, Dallas, TX, February, 22, 2001.
  130. Entrepreneurial Consulting for Fun and Profit. Faculty Seminar Series. Department of Pharmacology. Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL. February 23, 2001.
  131. The NABP Produces Mixed Results: A Legal And Clinical Analysis Concerning The Recent NABP Model Act And Rules Initiative Towards Pharmacy Technicians. American Society of Pharmacy Law-Larry Simonsmeier Legal Writing Award Recipient Presentation. American Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March, 2001.
  132. Drug Induced Neurologic Toxicity. Mercer University College of Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA.  Mercer University, Atlanta, GA. September, 2000.
  133. (Facilitator) Reproductive Endocrinology: In Vitro Fertilization; Embryonic and Stem Cell Research. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL . November 14, 2001
  134. (Facilitator) Issues of Competency in the Elderly. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL. February 27, 2002
  135. Pharmaceutical Liability: Medication Errors, Adverse Reactions, and Pharmacists’ Duties. Georgia Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. Atlanta, Ga. March 19, 2002.
  136. Managing Diabetes in Two Easy Steps. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL. April 9, 2002
  137. Clinical Pharmacology of Accutane. Scientific Symposium: Neuropsychiatric Effects of Accutane- Depression, Seizures, Psychosis, and Suicide. Birmingham, Al. May 10, 2002.
  138. Accutane Adverse Events. Scientific Symposium: Neuropsychiatric Effects of Accutane- Depression, Seizures, Psychosis, and Suicide. Birmingham, Al. May 11, 2002.
  139. Psychiatric Toxicity Associated with Retinoids. Department of Pharmacology Rush Medical College, Seminar Series. Chicago, IL June 14, 2002
  140. Pharmacists’ Liability: Practice and Research Concerns. American College of Clinical Pharmacology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, September 23, 2002.
  141. Drug Induced Neurologic Toxicity. Mercer University College of Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA. Mercer University, Atlanta, GA. October 1, 2002.
  142. Clinical Pharmacology and Clinical Uses and Toxicity of Oxycontin. Mealey’s Litigation Seminar. West Palm Beach, Florida. October 2, 2002
  143. Clinical Pharmacology and Uses of Hormone Replacement Therapy: The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) Findings. Mealey’s Litigation Conference, West Palm Beach, Florida, October 2, 2002.
  144. Clinical Pharmacology of SSRI Medications. Seminar: Neuropsychiatric Adverse Effects of SSRI Medications: Psychosis, Seizures and Suicide. Philadelphia, PA. October 4, 2002
  145. Adverse Event Reports. Seminar: Neuropsychiatric Adverse Effects of SSRI Medications: Psychosis, Seizures and Suicide. Philadelphia, PA. October 4, 2002
  146. Medication Injuries in the Nursing Home Patient: The Pharmacist’s Role. L&J Nursing Home Litigation Seminar. Tucson, AZ. November 15, 2002.
  147. Medication Injuries in the Nursing Home Patient: The Pharmacist’s Role. American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Georgia Chapter. Atlanta, GA January 21, 2003
  148. Pain Management for the Medication Dependent Patient. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL, March 27, 2003.
  149. Medication Errors: Causes and Solutions by Pharmacists. American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. 14th National Educational Conference, Philadelphia, PA April 12, 2003.
  150. Medication Errors: Causes and Solutions by Pharmacists. Saint Louis Chapter: American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. St. Louis, MO, April 18, 2002.
  151. Faculty/Facilitator. Return on Investment for Continuing Medical Education Programs. Annual Meeting, Illinois Alliance for Continuing Medical Education, Hoffman Estates, IL, June 27, 2003.
  152. Interviewed/guest Medication Safety and Drug Use in the Elderly WKKC Talk Radio: The Consumer’s Eye. 3 FM Chicago, September 9, 2003.
  153. Drug Misadventures: Liability Related to Issues and Injuries Involving Medication Errors. American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants St. Louis Chapter Fall, Educational Conference, October 17, 2003.
  154. Mock Trial Direct and Cross Examination of the Pharmacy Liability Expert. Annual Meeting, American Society of Pharmacy Law. Las Vegas, NV. October 25, 2003
  155. Role of Expert Witnesses in Pharmacy Malpractice Cases. Annual Meeting, American Society of Pharmacy Law. Las Vegas, NV. October 25, 2003.
  156. Update on Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL, November 13, 2003
  157. Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures. Identification, Prevention, and Treatment. Neurosurgery Resident Teaching Conference. Rush University Medical Center. January 9, 2004.
  158. Advanced Directives. City Wide Medical Education, Problem Based Education Program. University of Illinois College of Medicine. Rockford, IL February 5, 2004.
  159. Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures. Identification, Prevention, and Treatment. Department of Pharmacology Seminar Series, Rush University Medical Center. March 3, 2004.
  160. Facilitator/Faculty. 12th Annual Diabetes Conference, “Real World” Diabetes Care: Addressing Depression and Self Management as Barriers to Success. University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford. March 10, 2004.
  161. O’Donnell JT**. The Incidence of Bronchospasm or Asthma Following Non-depolarizing Muscle Relaxants on Adverse Events Reported to the Food and Drug Administration. Poster Session: University of Illinois College of Medicine-Rockford, March 31, 2004.
  162. ‘Wobbler’s Syndrome’- Aminoglycoside Vestibulopathy. Department of Pharmacology Seminar. Rush University Medical Center. April 21, 2004
  163. Risk Management Strategies for Avoiding Drug Induced Injuries. Rockford Health Systems Medical Grand Rounds, Rockford, IL. April 23, 2004.
  164. Pharmacologic Considerations in Mitigation. National Association of Sentencing Advocates Annual Conference. Milwaukee, WI. May 24, 2004
  165. Risk Management Strategies for Pharmacists. Grady Health Systems, Pharmacy Staff Education Program, Atlanta, GA. July 20, 2004.
  166. Recreational Drug Toxicology. American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Atlanta Chapter. July 20, 2004
  167. Faculty, Teaching Forum, Mock Trial in a Medical Malpractice Case Involving a Drug Product. American College of Clinical Pharmacology Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, October 5, 2004.
  168. Pharmacology of Vioxx. LexisNexis Vioxx Litigation Seminar, Pasadena, CA, November 9, 2004.
  169. Interviewed/guest Vioxx and Pain Relievers: What Can the Patient Do? WKKC Talk Radio: The Consumer’s Eye. 3 FM Chicago.  December 28, 2004
  170. Benjamin D and O’Donnell JT. Prothrombotic Effects of COX-2 Inhibitors. Is it a Class Effect?. Abstract / Poster Presentation. American College of Legal Medicine Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. March 4, 2005.
  171. Pharmacologic Issues in Mitigation. Fight for Life – Death Penalty Seminar. Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Paris Landing, TN. April 7, 2005.
  172. Cox II Inhibitors’ Prothrombosis (The Vioxx Story). Rush University Department of Pharmacology Research Seminar. April 20, 2005
  173. Pharmacologic Issues in Mitigation. Spring CLE. Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Kansas City, MO, April 22, 2005.
  174. Pharmaceutical Issues in Litigation. TAANA – The American Association of Nurse Attorneys, Annual Meeting, Chicago. November 4, 2005.
  175. The Ortho Evra Patch: Scientific Panel Discussion. Lexis Nexis Mealey’s Litigation Conference. Marina Del Rey, CA. March 6, 2006.
  176. Safe Use of Psychotropic Medications. Committee on Prison Health, Legislature of the State of Texas, Austin, TX. April 26, 2006.
  177. Institute of Medicine (IOM): Report on Preventing Medication Errors – Focus on Drug Safety. Pharmacology Department Seminar: Rush University Medical Center. November 29, 2006.
  178. Defending Chemically Impaired Drivers. Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Annual Defending DUI Seminar, Peoria, IL April 13, 2007.
  179. Defending Chemically Impaired Drivers. Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Annual Defending DUI Seminar, Chicago, IL   April 26, 2007
  180. Pharmacology of Chemically Impaired Drivers. Illinois Traffic Court Seminar Annual Educational Conference. Bradley University, Peoria, IL June 7, 2007.
  181. Limiting Pharmacist Malpractice: Risk Reduction Methodologies. University of Southern Nevada, South Jordan, Utah. January 12, 2008.
  182. Risk Management and Risk Avoidance in Pharmacy Practice: Protecting Patients and Protecting Assets. American College of Legal Medicine. Houston, TX March 2, 2008.
  183. Defending Drugged Drivers. Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, East Peoria, IL. March 18, 2008.
  184. Defending Drugged Drivers. Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, East Peoria, IL. March 28, 2008.
  185. Drug Abuse and Drug Testing: Prevalence, Social, Legal, and Health Problems for Employee and Employer. Lorman Educational Seminar. Rockford, IL April 22, 2008.
  186. Human Subject Protection Concerns in Device Trials: A Regulatory Update. Q1 Productions. Medical Device Subject Recruitment & Retention Conference. Chicago, IL. May 12, 2008
  187. Scientific Issues in Aggravated DUI Drug/Reckless Homicide Cases. McHenry County (IL) State’s Attorney Office. Woodstock, IL August 1, 2008.
  188. Use and Interpretation of Toxicology Information in Litigation: Civil, Criminal, Employment, and Family Law. Chicago Chapter: American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. Chicago, IL. September 11, 2008
  189. Anatomy of an Adverse Drug Reaction: Case Discussions and Analyses. Rush University Department of Pharmacology Research Seminar, October 15, 2008.
  190. Ototoxic Drugs and Forensic Issues for the Audiologist. Rush University, Department of Communication Disorders – Pharmacology. November 17, 2008.
  191. Anatomy of an Adverse Drug Reaction: Case Discussions and Analyses. Iowa Legal Nurse Consultants Seminar, Des Moines, IA. January 25, 2009.
  192. Dietary Supplements: Report from the NIH Center for Food Safety. Rush University, Department of Pharmacology Seminar, April 22, 2009Pain Equilibration: Torts Made Perfect. Las Vegas, NV. October 15, 2009.
  193. Pain Equilibration: Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. Irvington, VA. November 7, 2009.
  194. Anatomy of an Adverse Drug Reaction: Protecting yourself and family from dangers of prescription drugs. Morrison Associates – Winter Lecture Series, Palatine, IL February 16, 2010.
  195. Pharmacy Careers. Phi Delta Chi Alumni Roundtable. UIC College of Pharmacy, Chicago. March 19,2010.
  196. Current State of Science of Dietary Supplements. Rush University, Pharmacology Seminar. Chicago, March 31, 2010.
  197. Pharmacy Careers. Student American Pharmacists Association, UIC College of Pharmacy, September 28, 2010.
  198. New Drug Development. Rush University Pharmacology Seminar. October 6, 2010.
  199. Moderator and Organizer: Conference on Mediation Induced Violence and Suicide. Rush University Department of Pharmacology. October 8, 2010
  200. New Drug Development. Rush University – Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy Intersession, January 11, 2011.
  201. Toxicity of Selected Opiates: Dilaudid, Methadone, and Fentanyl. Rush University Pharmacology Seminar. January 27, 2011.
  202. Pain Equipotency: Torts Made Perfect. Las Vegas, NV. October 13, 2011.
  203. DUI and Drugs. Illinois Traffic Conference. Bradley University, May 3, 2012.
  204. Does This Herb Disturb (Toxicity of herbal products). Hepatobiliary Disease: From Benign to Malignant. Northshore University Heatlhsystem. Northbrook, IL May 17, 2014.
  205. Alternative Careers – Consulting. Great Lakes Chapter, American Society Pharmacology Experimental Therapeutics. North Chicago, IL. June 13, 2014.
  206. Avoiding Pharmacist Malpractice and Drug Injury. Rosalind Franklin University, College of Pharmacy Nagimer Seminar, North Chicago, IL December 1, 2014.
  207. Consulting and Publishing Opportunities for Faculty. Rosalind Franklin University, College of Pharmacy. North Chicago, IL. December 1, 2014.
  208. Career Planning for Pharmacy Students. Rosalind Franklin University, College of Pharmacy, North Chicago, IL December 1, 2014.
  209. DUI and Prescription Drugs. Illinois Traffic Conference. Bradley University. Peoria, IL. June 5, 2015.
  210. Medicolegal Litigation Primer and Cases for Pharmacists. Keynote Address. New York Society of HealthSystem Pharmacists – Regional Residency Conference, Brooklyn, NY. June 19, 2015.
  211. Alternative Careers – Consulting. Great Lakes Chapter, American Society Pharmacology Experimental Therapeutics. Northwestern University, Chicago. June 26, 2015.
  212. Retrograde Extrapolation (of Alcohol). Criminal Defense Perspective, Iowa Association of Justice – Criminal Law Section. Algona, IA. September 11, 2015.
  213. Making the Most of Your Pharmacy Career. University of Illinois, College of Pharmacy, Dean’s Lecture Series, Chicago, IL. September 17, 2015.
  214. Drug Recognition Expert–DUI Drugs. Illinois Bar Association. Elgin, IL. October 16, 2015
  215. Pharmacology of Marijuana. Colorado Bar Association CLE. Marijuana Law Seminar. Denver, CO December 15, 2015.
  216. Writing for Publication- Non-research. Rush Graduate College, April 19, 2016.
  217. Ethics in Research, Drug Development, and Drug Marketing. Rush Graduate College. March 29, 2016.
  218. Ethics in Research – Workshop. April 5, 2016.
  219. Principles of Toxicology. Rush Graduate College – MCR program. April 5, 2016.
  220. Alternative Careers – Consulting. Great Lakes Chapter, American Society Pharmacology Experimental Therapeutics. Northwestern University, Chicago. July 7, 2016.
  221. Pharmacologist’s Analysis in Drug Induced Homicide Cases. Federal Defender Program – CJA. Milwaukee, WI. July 15, 2016.
  222. Opiate Toxicity Workshop. Rush Medical College. November 8, 2016.
  223. Protection of Subjects in Special/Vulnerable Populations. Rush Graduate College – MCR Program. November 15, 2016.
  224. Basic Pharmacokinetics for Lawyers. The OACDL Advanced DUI Seminar. Columbus, OH. March 9, 2017.
  225. Ethics in Research and Clinical Practice. Rush Graduate College. Chicago, IL March 28, 2017.
  226. Writing for Publication. Rush Graduate College. Chicago, IL April 12, 2017.
  227. Opioid Epidemic: Causes, Problems, and Solutions. MedicalSystems USA Seminar. Brookfield, WI. April 20, 2017.
  228. Alternative Careers – Consulting. Great Lakes Chapter, American Society Pharmacology Experimental Therapeutics. University of Illinois, Chicago. June 24, 2017.