School of Pharmacy

Jennifer Bacci

Endowed Associate Professor in Innovative Pharmacy Practice

CHOICE Faculty, Department of Pharmacy, Institute for Innovative Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacy Faculty, Plein Center in Geriatrics Faculty, School Faculty

Telephone: (206) 221-3372


Office Location: H-361C Box 357630 1959 NE Pacific St Seattle, WA 98195

Website: PubMed Bibliography


  • PharmD, University of Pittsburgh
  • Master of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh

Research Interests:

  • Community Pharmacist Patient Care Services
  • Implementation Science
  • Pharmacy Practice-based Research

Courses Taught:

  • PHRMCY 501: Foundations of Being a Pharmacist I
  • PHRMCY 502: Foundations of Being a Pharmacist II


Jennifer Bacci, PharmD, MPH, BCACP is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. Her primary research interest is in the application of implementation science to evaluate and advance the adoption and reach of innovative patient care models in community pharmacy practice. Her past research has investigated the implementation of a variety of community pharmacist patient care services, including medication therapy management, immunizations, adherence interventions, opioid misuse screening, and collaborative practice agreements.

Dr. Bacci earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 and her Master in Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015. She completed a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency with the University of Pittsburgh and Rite Aid Pharmacy followed by a two-year Community Pharmacy Research Fellowship with the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Bacci is a board certified ambulatory care pharmacist and is certified in pharmacy-based immunization delivery and community pharmacy-based point-of-care testing. She currently serves as a member of the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association (JAPhA) Editorial Advisory Board. She has previously practiced in the traditional chain, supermarket, and independent community pharmacy settings as well as a patient centered medical home.

Selected Publications:

  • Bacci JL, Bigham KA, Dillon Sumner L, Ferreri SP, Frail CK, Hamada CY, Lantaff W, McGivney MS, Renner H, Snyder ME, Curran GM. Community Pharmacist Patient Care Services: A Systematic Review of Approaches Used for Implementation and Evaluation. J Am Coll Clin Pharm;
  • Wang AB, Bacci JL, Amoo M, Ree C, Firebaugh R, Odegard P. Impact of an immunization platform in community pharmacies. J Am Pharm Assoc; doi:
  • Dombrowski S, Bacci JL, Klatt P, Osborne M, Castelli G, Burns A, McGivney MS. Key factors for sustainable integration of pharmacists in team-based primary care physician practices. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2019; 59:439-448.
  • Akers JL, Meer G, Kintner J, Shields A, Dillon-Sumner S, Bacci JL. Implementing a pharmacist-led in-home medication coaching service via community-based partnerships. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2019; 59:243-251.
  • Bacci J, Hansen R, Ree C, Reynolds MJ, Stergachis A, Odegard PS. The effects of proactive outreach and value-based payment on adult immunizations and documentation by community pharmacists. Vaccine. 2019; 37:152-159.
  • Castelli G, Bacci JL, Dombrowski SK, Osborne M, Difilippo A, Klatt PM, McGivney MS. Pharmacist delivered comprehensive medication management within family medicine practices: an evaluation of the SCRIPT Project. Family Medicine. 2018; 50(8):605-12.
  • Bacci JL, Berenbrok L. Innovative advances in connectivity and community pharmacist patient care services: implications on patient safety. Pharmacotherapy. 2018; 38(8):867-874.
  • Lin J, Bacci JL, Reynolds MJ, Li Y, Firebaugh RG, Odegard PS. Comparison of two training methods in community pharmacy: Project VACCINATE. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2018; 58(4):S94-S100.
  • Bacci JL, Klepser DG, Tilley H, Smith JK, Klepser ME. Community pharmacy-based point-of-care testing: A case study of pharmacist-physician collaborative working relationships. Res Social Admin Pharm. 2018; 14(1):112-115.
  • O’Sullivan TA, Sy E, Bacci J. A qualitative study designed to build an experiential education curriculum for practice-ready community pharmacy-bound students. Am J Pharm Educ. 2017; 81(10): 6055.
  • Bacci JL, Akinwale T, Adams A, McGivney MS. An analysis of community pharmacy shared faculty members’ contributions to teaching, service, and scholarship. Am J Pharm Educ. 2016; 80(7):115.
  • Bacci JL, Coley KC, McGrath K, Abraham O, Adams A, McGivney MS. Strategies to facilitate the implementation of collaborative practice agreements in chain community pharmacies. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2016; 56(3):257-265.
  • Snyder ME, Frail CK, Gernant SE, Bacci JL, Coley KC, Colip L, Ferreri SP, Hagemeier NE, McGivney MS, Rhodis JL, Smith MG, Smith RB. Fellowships in community pharmacy research: experiences of five schools and colleges of pharmacy. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2016; 56(3):316-322.
  • Cochran G, Gordon A, Field C, Bacci J, Dhital R, Ylioja T, Stitzer M, Kelly T, Tarter R. Developing a framework of care for opioid medication misuse in community pharmacy. Res Soc Adm Pharm. 2016; 12:293-301.
  • Bacci JL, McGrath SH, Pringle J, Maguire MA, McGivney MS. Implementation of targeted medication adherence interventions within a community chain pharmacy practice: The Pennsylvania Project. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2014; 54:584-593.