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David Scott Hoff, PharmD
- PharmD - University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
Childrens Minnesota Inpatient Pharmacy
2525 Chicago AVE S STE 32-1667
Minneapolis, MN 55404
David Hoff is a pharmacy Clinical Leader and member of the Professional Staff at Children's Minnesota. He is a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate of the University of Minnesota. He holds clinical faculty appointments at the University of Minnesota and Drake University and is an intermittent pharmacist on the Minnesota-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, National Disaster Medical System. Dr. Hoff has been a pediatric pharmacy practitioner, leader, and preceptor for over 25 years. Dr. Hoff is both a member and fellow of the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG) and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). He is current President and a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of PPAG. He also previously served as an at-large member of the Board, was pediatric critical care section lead for the board preparatory course, member of the Advocacy Committee, reviewer for the Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics, and has presented at national meetings. More recently, Dr. Hoff was a participant in the standard setting study for the Board Certified Pediatric Pharmacy Specialist examination, Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties. In service to ACCP, Dr. Hoff served as a designer and inaugural member of the Community Advisory Panel of the Practice Based Research Network, is past Chair of the Pediatrics Practice and Research Network, and is a past President of the Minnesota College of Clinical Pharmacy. At Children's Minnesota, Dr. Hoff served as a member of the Board Quality Committee, Clinical Excellence Strategic Work Group, and Quality and Efficiency Strategic Work Group, and manager of the Medication Safety Value Stream. Dr. Hoff has consulted in pediatric pharmacy to the pharmaceutical industry, Children's HeartLink (Bangalore, India), and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In 2008, he was the recipient of the Health Care Hero Award by Twin Cities Business magazine. He has published 4 book chapters, 15 original research manuscripts, and 17 poster abstracts and presented lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on a variety of pediatric drug topics. He also served as a reviewer of pediatric manuscripts in several medical journals. His main areas of professional interest are pediatric and neonatal critical care and drug safety.