UC Faculty - Staff

David A. Latif, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Professor and Chairman

Tel: 304-357-4882
davidlatif@ucwv.edu

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Social, Behavioral, and Administrative Pharmacy; Auburn University; Auburn, Alabama.
  • Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.); Augusta State University; Augusta, Georgia; Organizational Behavior/Healthcare economic and Management emphasis.
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Agricultural Economics; University of Georgia; Athens, Georgia.

Research and Publications

  1. Al-Rousan, R.,Alkhateeb, F.M.,  Veronin, M., Latif, D.A., Dodd, M.  Availability, Uniqueness, and Perceived Value of Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) Programs in the United States,  Pharmacy, in press.
  2. Siddig, A, Worley, J, Alkhateeb,  FA,  Latif, DA.  The Development and Assessment of a Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Elective Course at a Doctor of Pharmacy Program. International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences,June 7, 2013.
  3. Latif, D.A., Alkhateeb, F.M., Easton, M.R., Bowyer, D.  The changing landscape of pharmacy manpower in the United States:  One state’s experience between 2005 and 2011.  International Journal of Pharmacy and Integrated Life Sciences, 2013, (3); 59-68.
  4. Gupta R., Alkhateeb FM, Latif DA, Farley, KN. Parental attitudes affecting compliance with the recommendation for two doses of 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) vaccine in children less than 10 years of age in the West Virginia.  West Virginia Medical Journal,  2013; March/April, 10-14.
  5. Alkhateeb F.M., Clauson, K.A., Latif, D.A, Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management:  New Horizons in Pharmacy Education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education2012; 76(4); Article 64.
  6. Latif, D.A., Alkhateeb, F.M. Pharmacy faculty retirement at schools and colleges of pharmacy in the United States and Canada. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2012; 76(1); Article 4.
  7. Alkhateeb, F.M., Latif, D.A., Adkins, R.  The Economic, Social and Administrative Pharmacy (ESAP) Discipline in US Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy.  International Journal of Management, Economics, and Social Sciences, 2013, 2(3), 187-204.
  8. Alkhateeb F.M., Clauson, K.A., Latif, D.A, Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management: New Horizons in Pharmacy Education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, in press.
  9. Gupta R., Alkhateeb FM, Latif DA, Farley, KN. Parental attitudes affecting compliance with the recommendation for two doses of 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) vaccine in children less than 10 years of age in the West Virginia. West Virginia Medical Journal, in press.
  10. Alkhateeb FM, Clauson KA, Latif DA, Pharmacist Use of Social Media.  International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.  2011; 19(2), 1-3.
  11. Alkhateeb FM, Clauson KA, Latif DA, Al-Rousan RM. Global Education Implications of The Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education,  2010; 74 (5); Article 87.
  12. Latif, D.A.  The Influence of Pharmacy Education on Students’ Moral Development at a School of Pharmacy in the United States.  International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2009;17: 359-63.
  13. Alkhateeb, F.M., Unni, E., Latif, D.A., Shawaqfeh, M.S., Al-Rousan, R.M. Physicians Attitudes towards Collaborative Agreement with Pharmacists and their Expectations of Pharmacists Responsibilities in West Virginia. Journal of American Pharmacists Association. 2009, 49(6):48-51
  14. Al-Abbadi, I., Alkhateeb, F.M., Khanfar, N.M., Mujtaba, B.G., & Latif, D.A., Pharmacy Students' Perceptions of the Teaching Evaluation Process In Jordan. Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues. 2009; 2(3): 181-190.
  15. Alkhateeb, F.M., Latif, D.A., Easton, M. Development and Evaluation of the Interview Process in Admissions at a New School of Pharmacy. Focus on Health Professional Education:  A Multidisciplinary Journal. 2009, 9: 1-13.
  16. Alkhateeb, F.M., Clauson, K.A., McCafferty, R., Latif, D.A., Attitudes of Physicians toward Pharmacist Provision of Medication Therapy Management Services (MTMS) as Part of Medicare Part D Benefits. Pharmacy World & Science. 2009, 31: 487-493.
  17. Alkhateeb FM, Clauson K, Khanfar NM, Latif DA. Legal and Regulatory Risk Associated with Web 2.0 Adoption by Pharmaceutical Companies. Journal of Medical Marketing. 2008, 8(4): 311-318.
  18. Latif, D.A., White, E.V. Reengineering Pharmacotherapy Delivery to Maximize the Role of the Pharmacist and Improve Patient Outcomes.  Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2007 3: 223-235.
  19. Phipps, S.D., Kidd, R.S., Latif, D.A. Relationships Among Student Evaluations, Instructor Effectiveness, and Academic Performance, Pharmacy Education  2006  6: 237-243.
  20. White, E.V., Latif, D.A. Office-Based Pharmacy Practice:  Past, Present, and Future. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2006  40: 1409-1414.
  21. White, E.V., Latif, D.A. Restructuring the Role of the Community Pharmacist. Journal of American Pharmacists Association, 2006 46(5): 532-535.
  22. Latif, D.A. Attracting and Retaining Faculty at New Schools of Pharmacy in the United States. Pharmacy Education, 2005 5(2): 79-81.
  23. Schultz, K.K, Latif, D.A. The Planning and Implementation of a Faculty Peer Review Project.   American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2006 70(2): Article 32.
  24. Latif, D.A. Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics Instruction in Schools of Pharmacy in the USA:  Is it Adequate? Pharmacogenomics, 2005 6(4) 317-319.
  25. Latif, D.A.  Including the Assessment of Nontraditional Factors in Pharmacy School Admissions.  Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2005 29: 721-726.
  26. Latif, D.A., McKay, A.B. Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics Instruction in United States’ Schools of Pharmacy.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2005 69(2): Article 23. 
  27. Latif, D.A.   Using Supportive Communication to Foster the Pharmacy Director/Clinical Pharmacist Relationship. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2004 17(4): 270-274.
  28. Latif, D.A. Enhancing students' emotional intelligence through a management skills course.  Pharmacy Education, 2004(2), 81-89.
  29. Kidd, R.S., Latif, D.A.  Student Evaluations: Are They Valid Measures of Course Effectiveness?  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2004 68(3): Article 61.
  30. Latif, D.A.  An assessment of the ethical reasoning of United States pharmacy students:  A national study.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2004 68(2): Article 30.
  31. Newton, D.W., Peacock, G.F., Ballester, A., Latif, D.A.  Volume estimation of intravenous solution bags.  American Health-System Pharmacy, 2004 61: 1281-1285.
  32. Latif, D.A. Using the structured interview for a more reliable assessment of pharmacy student applicants.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2004 68(1): Article 24.
  33. Latif, D.A. The planning and implementation of a management skills course for pharmacy students.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2004 68(1): Article 3
  34. Kidd, R.S., Latif, D.A.  An evaluation of traditional and novel predictors of didactic and professional practice success of pharmacy students.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2003; 67(4): Article 109
  35. Latif, D.A.  Using supportive communication to foster the department head/junior faculty relationship.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2003; 67(4):article 112
  36. Latif, D.A.  American pharmacy students’ moral reasoning skills:  Implications for the profession.  Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2003; 20(2), 53-58. 
  37. Latif, D.A., Wachsmann, H.O. The development, implementation, and assessment of a specialized management rotation for dual PharmD/MBA candidates.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2003; 67(2):article 36
  38. Latif, D.A.,  Moral reasoning and its implication for pharmacy education.   Pharmacy Education, 2003; 3, 1-6.
  39. Latif, D.A. The four component model of morality:  Implications for pharmacy education. Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 2002; 10(2), 15-33.
  40. Latif, D.A.  The relationship between pharmacy students’ basic math scores, traditional preadmission indicators and performance in a pharmaceutical calculations course.  Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 2002; 10(1), 17-29.
  41. Latif, D.A.,  Assessing the moral reasoning of American Pharmacy students.  Pharmacy Education, 2002; 4, 177-183.
  42. Latif, D.A.,  An assessment of the moral development of American and Canadian pharmacy students.  International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2002; 10, 153-160.
  43. Latif, D.A. and Grillo, J.A. Assessing the basic math skills of first year Doctor of Pharmacy students.  Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 2002; 9(2), 17-25.
  44. Latif, D.A.,  A model for teaching the management skills component of managerial effectiveness to pharmacy students.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2002; 66(4), 377-381.
  45. Johnson, M. S., Latif, D.A., Gordon, B., Medication error instruction in schools of pharmacy curricula:  A descriptive study.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2002; 66(4), 364-371.
  46. Latif, D.A., More return, less risk:  Maximizing retirement accumulation and distribution in pharmacy practitioner retirement accounts.  The Pharmacist, 2002; 21(2), 8-12.
  47. Latif, D.A., Assessing the Financial Planning Knowledge of Doctor of Pharmacy Graduates at a Private University.  Ohio Pharmacist, 2002; 51(3), 16-19.
  48. Latif, D.A. and Stull, R., Relationship between an annual examination to assess student knowledge and traditional measures of academic performance.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2001; 65(4), 346-349.
  49. Latif, D.A.  Moral Reasoning: Should it serve as a criterion for student and resident selection in pharmacy?  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2001; 65(2), 119-124.
  50. Latif, D.A. and Grillo, J.A.  Satisfaction of junior faculty with academic role functions.   American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2001; 65(2) , 137-143.
  51. Latif, D.A.  The relationship between pharmacists’ tenure in the community setting and moral reasoning.  Journal of Business Ethics, 2001; 31(2), 131-141.
  52. Latif, D.A. and Grillo, J.A.  Reward systems in pharmacy: The folly of rewarding one behavior while hoping for another.  The Pharmacist, 2001; 20(1), 17-20.
  53. Grillo, J.A., Latif, D.A., and Stolte, S.K.  The relationship between pre-admission indicators and basic math skills at a new school of pharmacy. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2001; 35(2), 167-172.
  54. Latif, D.A.  The relationship between ethical reasoning and the perception of difficulty with ethical dilemmas in pharmacy students: Implications for teaching professional ethics. Teaching Business Ethics, 2001; 5(1), 107-117.
  55. Latif, D.A.  Cognitive moral development and pharmacy education. The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2000; 64(4), 451-454.
  56. Latif, D.A.  A comparison of chain and independent pharmacists’ moral reasoning.  Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2000; 17(4), 238-240.
  57. Latif, D. A.  The relationship between ethical dilemma discussion and moral development.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2000; 64(summer), 126-133.
  58. Latif, D.A.  Providing patient-focused care within a managed care and pharmaceutical care environment: A person-situation interactionist model for community practitioners.  Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 2000; 6(3), 233-239.
  59. Latif, D.A.  Ethical cognition and selection-socialization in retail pharmacy.  Journal of Business Ethics, 2000; 25(4), 343-357.
  60. Latif, D.A.  The link between moral reasoning scores and patient care performance: Empirical evidence from the retail pharmacy setting. Journal of Business Ethics, 2000; 25(3), 255-269.
  61. Latif, D.A., Robinson, E.T.  Students’ exposure to managed care principles throughout the curriculum at a new school of  pharmacy.  Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 1999, 5(4), 371.
  62. Latif, D.A.  The relationship between pharmacy students’ locus of control, machiavellianism, and moral reasoning.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2000; 64(spring), 33-37.
  63. Latif, D.A., and Berger, B.A.  Cognitive moral development and clinical performance: Implications for pharmacy education.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education,  1999; 63(Spring), 20-27.
  64. Latif, D.A.  Using ethical dilemma case studies to develop pharmacy students’ moral reasoning.  Journal of Pharmacy Teaching; 1999, 7(2), 51-66.
  65. Latif, D.A.  Ethical Cognition, Organizational Reward Systems and Patient Focused Care. Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy; 1998, 15(4), 275-283.
  66. Latif, D.A., Berger, B.A., Harris, S.G., Barker, K.N., Felkey, B.G., and Pearson, R.E.  The relationship between community pharmacists’ moral reasoning and components of clinical performance. Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy; 1998, 15(3), 210-224.
  67. Latif, D.A. Situational factors as determinants of community pharmacists’ clinical decision-making.  Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association; 1998, 38(4), 446-450.
  68. Latif, D.A.  Moral reasoning as a determinant of community pharmacists’ actual nonprescription warning advice and self-report social desirability scores.  Journal of Pharmaceutical Care;1998, [on-line serial] 2(1).
  69. Latif, D.A., and Berger, B.A.  Moral reasoning in pharmacy students and community practitioners.  Journal of Social and Administrative Pharmacy; 1997, 14(3), 166-179.
  70. Latif, D.A. A national study of pharmacy students’ moral reasoning skills: Implications for the pharmacy profession.  Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences.
  71. Latif, D.A. Cognitive moral development and pharmacists’ clinical decision-making.  Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences.
  72. Latif, D.A.  Retail Pharmacists’ shifting paradigm:  One determinant of engendering radical change. Proceedings of the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management; 1997, USA, 5, 231-234.
  73. Latif, D.A. and Berger, B.A. Community pharmacists’ transition to patient-focused care: One determinant of embracing the pharmaceutical care paradigm. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association; 1998, (Abstract 185).

Interests and Hobbies

I enjoy playing basketball, tennis, and weightlifting. I read books and articles related to macro-economic issues facing the United States, and issues related to personal financial planning, particularly retirement planning.


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