Tessa Miracle, PhD
The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Tessa Miracle is a Lecturer in the College of Pharmacy at The Ohio State University. She currently supports the Generation Rx program to advocate safe medication practices across the lifespan. She has served as coordinator and evaluator of statewide initiatives across Ohio to develop statewide and community capacity for the implementation of evidence-based strategies to decrease prescription drug misuse. Dr. Miracle has served the Cincinnati region and Miami Valley as a leader by facilitating and integrating resources and prevention efforts in areas such as marijuana, opiates, alcohol, HIV/AIDS, sexual violence, integrated behavioral health and mental health awareness.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

An interprofessional team of faculty, staff and students created a longitudinal exercise entitled, “Personal and Collective Responsibility for Health Equity: Anti-Racism in Action” involving second year learners from seven Ohio State health sciences colleges. Learning objectives included the following: three IPEC sub-competencies (Values and Ethics, Interprofessional Communication, and Roles and Responsibilities) and two objectives differentiating types of racism and identifying impacts of racism on wellbeing and health care delivery. Over five weeks, students completed two assigned modules…