J. WARREN SALMON

Designation:
Professor
Department:
Pharmacy
University:
University of Illinois
Country:
USA
Email:
JSJWSalmon@GMAIL.COM
Journal Associated: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Developmental Research Biography:

J. Warren Salmon, Ph.D. is Professor of Health Policy and Administration, School of Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). He was formerly a Professor in and Head of the Department of Pharmacy Administration, College of Pharmacy; Professor of Public Policy Analysis, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs; and Professor of Medical Education, College of Medicine at UIC.  Professor Salmon's research interests have focused on the corporatization of medicine and pharmacy, managed care pharmacy, urban health care delivery, comparative health care systems, global pharmaceutical industry developments, alternative and complimentary medicines, and selected health policy issues.  He edited Alternative Medicines:  Popular and Policy Perspectives (Tavistock/Methuen/Routledge, 1984); (with Jeffrey W. Todd) The Corporatization of Health Care: A Two Day Symposium and Public Hearing (Illinois Public Health Association, 1988); (with Eberhard Goepel) Community Participation and Empowerment Strategies in Health Promotion, 7 volumes (Zentrum fuer Interdisziplinare Forschung, 1990); The Corporate Transformation of Health Care, Part I:  Issues and Directions (Baywood, 1990); The Corporate Transformation of Health Care, Part II:  Reflections and Implications (Baywood, 1994); and (with Linda Shapiro) Health Care for Chicagoans:  How Will Health System Integration Affect the Health of the Public?  (Health & Medicine Policy Research Group, 1995).

Research Interest: Health policy and planning; managed care pharmacy; urban health care; international health; pharmaceutical industry developments; community health promotion; public sector health services; corporatization of medicine and pharmacy.

List of Publications:

1.    Salmon, J.W. (2015). Time to revisit Medicare Part D?  American Health & Drug Benefits.  
2.    Salmon, J.W. & Liu, X. M. (2015, in review). Pervasive Stigma:  HIV/AIDS Epidemic in China.  International Journal of Health Services.
3.    Edlavitch, S.A. & Salmon, J.W. (2015). Towards an applied science of regulatory decision-making. Journal of Pharmacovigilance 3:2.
4.    Thompson, S.L. & Salmon, J.W. (2016, Book in preparation).  Corporatization:  The Medical Malpractice Insurance Crisis and the Loss of Physician Hegemony. 
5.    Sanchez, A.M.  & Salmon, J.W.  (2016, in preparation).  Evaluation of the pharmaceutical performance in the undertaking of professional functions in the Cuban health care sector. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy.
6.    Thompson, S.L. & Salmon, J.W. (2016, in preparation).  The medical malpractice insurance crisis. International Journal of Health Services
7.    Salmon, J.W. & Aruru, M.V. (2016, in preparation).  Health Tourism to India: Challenges against resource competition to sustaining a viable public healthcare infrastructure for the local populace.  International Journal of Health Services
8.    Aruru, M.V., Salmon, J.W. & Brock, C.M. (2016, in review).  Development of the Pharmacy Inventory, Labeling, and Logistics (PILL) Project in Resource-poor Haiti. International Journal of Health Services
9.    Salmon, J.W. (2016, in preparation).  The global pharmaceutical industry confronts the 21st century.  International Journal of Health Planning & Management.
10.    Sanchez, A.M.  & Salmon, J.W.  (2014, in revision).  Cuban pharmacy as it transitions toward a pharmaceutical care model.  International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
11.    Salmon, J.W. (2014). Global Health Systems.  Journal of Pharmacovigilance. 2:3
12.    Salmon, J.W. & Aruru, M. (2016, in revision).  Privatization and health/medical tourism in their global trade context.  International Journal of Public Policy
13.    Thompson, S.L. & Salmon, J.W. (2014). Physician Strikes. Chest: Official Publication of the American College of Chest Physicians. November.
14.    Salmon, J.W. & Gutkin, D. (2015, in preparation). Japan’s pharmaceutical industry: New developments as it challenges the major global firms. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy.
15.    Aruru, M., Salmon, J.W. & Douglas, G.W. (2014). Multiple Sclerosis in India: A qualitative study of access, adherence and other issues in Southern India. Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Chicago, Illinois, March.
16.    Aruru, M. & Salmon, J.W. (2014). Lessons learned from the Pharmacy pictogram labeling project in Haiti.  Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Chicago, Illinois, March.
17.    Salmon, J.W. (2013). Medicare Part D & the Federal Employees Benefit Program. American Health & Drug Benefits.   6(1):58.
18.    Salmon, J.W. & Jiang, R. (2013). E-Prescribing: History, Issues, and Potentials. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 4(3).
19.    Aruru, M. V. & Salmon, J.W. (2013). Assessment of Medicare Part D communications to beneficiaries. American Health & Drug Benefits.  3(5):310-317.
20.    Qato, D., Salmon, J.W. & Lindau, S.T. (2015, in preparation). Racial and ethnic disparities in the use of prescription medications among older adults in the U.S.:  A Population-based approach. 
21.    Salmon, J.W. & Sanchez, A.M. (2012). Overview of Complementary/Alternative Medicine in the Cuban Health System, International Journal of Healing and Caring 13(1).
22.    Sanchez, A.M.  & Salmon, J.W.  (2012). Cuban pharmacy in the context of its healthcare system:  Transitioning toward pharmaceutical care practice.  Proceedings of the Business and Health Administration Association, Chicago, Illinois, March.
23.    Salmon, J.W. (2016, in preparation). Obamacare:  The dehiscence of the American health care delivery system.
24.    Salmon, J.W. (2014, in preparation).  Rising Social Epidemics: Avian flu, SARS & AIDS:  Confronting the infrastructural deficiencies of the public health system in China.  International Journal of Health Services.
25.    Aruru M, & Salmon J W. (2015, in preparation).   Unrestricted and Uninhibited UV exposure: A case for effective policy standards over the Indoor Tanning Industry.   American Journal of Public Health


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