Dr. Ricket joined the department of pharmacy practice in May 2016. Dr. Ricket is a
co-funded faculty member at East Tennessee State University and Bristol Regional Hospital.
Prior to her appointment of Assistant Clinical Professor at ETSU she served as an
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Manchester University and practiced as
an internal medicine clinical specialist at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis,
IN. Her current clinical interests include infectious diseases, pain management,
drugs of abuse, and hepatology. Dr. Ricket is an internal medicine practitioner at
Bristol Regional Hospital where she engages pharmacy students and residents.
Education, Degree and Post Graduate Training:
Doctor of Pharmacy - Ohio Northern University 2013
PGY1 - Saint Joseph East; Lexington, KY
PGY2 - East Tennessee State University; Johnson City, TN
Ricket A, Vallabh M, Mateyoke G, Peppin J. A Pilot Evaluation of a Hydromorphone Dose
Substitution Policy and the Effects on Patient Safety and Pain Management. J Pain
Palliat Care Pharmacoth. 2015 Jun;29(2):120-4.
Ricket AL, Stewart DW, Wood RC, Cornett L, Odle B, Cluck D, Freshour J, El-Bazouni
H. Comparison of Postoperative Bleeding in THA and TKA Patients Receiving Rivaroxaban
or Enoxaparin. Ann Pharmacother. 2016 Jan 18.