Dr. Jorgenson’s pharmacy practice research program focuses on primary health care practice with interests in investigating optimal roles for pharmacists in the primary health care system, interventions to improve medication management, and multidisciplinary chronic pain care.
Dr. Jorgenson is Director of the Medication Assessment Centre (MAC), a pharmacist-led comprehensive medication management service located in the Health Sciences Building. The MAC aims to optimize outcomes through patient education and medication optimization. The MAC also provides cognitive behavioural therapy for people with chronic insomnia.
Dr. Jorgenson is also Director of the USask Chronic Pain Clinic (UCPC), a multidisciplinary chronic pain service located in the Health Sciences Building. The UCPC team includes pharmacists, physical therapists, medical social workers, and a physician. The team utilizes the 3M approach to chronic pain management through individual patients appointments and group education sessions.
Dr. Jorgenson is also Director of RxFiles Academic Detailing Service (as of July 2023), which provides objective, comparative drug information to clinicians throughout Saskatchewan. This includes in-person academic detailing and publication of the RxFiles Drug Comparison Charts book.