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Stuart Heard, PharmD

Title(s)Professor, Clinical Pharmacy
SchoolSchool of Pharmacy
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    University of California, San Francisco ResidencySchool of Pharmacy
    University of California, San FranciscoPharm.D.1972 Pharmacy

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    1. Dart RC, Bronstein AC, Spyker DA, Cantilena LR, Seifert SA, Heard SE, Krenzelok EP. Poisoning in the United States: 2012 emergency medicine report of the National Poison Data System. Ann Emerg Med. 2015 Apr; 65(4):416-22. PMID: 25523411.
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    2. Sutter ME, Bronstein AC, Heard SE, Barthold CL, Lando J, Lewis LS, Schier JG. The role of clinical toxicologists and poison control centers in public health. Am J Prev Med. 2010 Jun; 38(6):658-62. PMID: 20494243.
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    3. Giffin S, Heard SE. Budget cuts and U.S. Poison Centers - regional challenges create a nationwide problem. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2009 Sep; 47(8):790-1. PMID: 19778189.
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    4. Bronstein AC, Spyker DA, Cantilena LR, Green JL, Rumack BH, Heard SE. 2007 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System (NPDS): 25th Annual Report. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2008 Dec; 46(10):927-1057. PMID: 19065310.
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    5. Bronstein AC, Spyker DA, Cantilena LR, Green J, Rumack BH, Heard SE. 2006 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System (NPDS). Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2007 Dec; 45(8):815-917. PMID: 18163234.
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    6. Alsop JA, Heard SE, Albertson TE. Evolution of poison control centers in California. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2007 Sep 15; 64(18):1898-9. PMID: 17823097.
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    7. Albertson TE, Tharratt RS, Alsop J, Marquardt K, Heard S. Regional variations in the use and awareness of the California Poison Control System. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 2004; 42(5):625-33. PMID: 15462155.
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    8. Phillips KA, Homan RK, Hiatt PH, Luft HS, Kearney TE, Heard SE, Olson KR. The costs and outcomes of restricting public access to poison control centers. Results from a natural experiment. Med Care. 1998 Mar; 36(3):271-80. PMID: 9520953.
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    9. Phillips KA, Homan RK, Luft HS, Hiatt PH, Olson KR, Kearney TE, Heard SE. Willingness to pay for poison control centers. J Health Econ. 1997 Jun; 16(3):343-57. PMID: 10169305.
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    10. Kearney TE, Olson KR, Bero LA, Heard SE, Blanc PD. Health care cost effects of public use of a regional poison control center. West J Med. 1995 Jun; 162(6):499-504. PMID: 7618308.
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    11. Heard SE. Multidisciplinary response of San Francisco General Hospital to the AIDS epidemic. Am J Hosp Pharm. 1989 Dec; 46(12 Suppl 3):S7-10. PMID: 2532864.
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