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James Pinder, JD, MBA
Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences
School of Pharmacy
Publications    Scholarly Journals--Published
  • Pinder, J. (2013). Pharmacy Law and Matthew 18:15.  Christianity & Pharmacy, (December 2013, Volume 16 Issue 2). ( 12/2013 )
     
  • Pinder, J. (2013). Development Professionals at Religiously Based Nonprofit Organizations: Why They Leave and How to Improve Retention. Nonprofit Digest(Summer 2013; vol. 3, 13: 978-0615883472). ( 10/2013 )
      The study of why a fundraising professional would choose to leave his or her employer is critical to the ongoing success of religiously based nonprofit organizations as they work to achieve their mission. Without continuity in the donor relationship, donors will likely leave the organization or become disenfranchised. This study focuses on development professionals at Seventh-Day Adventist institutions across North America. The results of this study are applicable to other religiously based nonprofit organizations. The present article reveals the reasons affecting employee retention and proposes approaches to mitigate the loss of valuable employees. Data were gathered using a structured online survey and analyzed for its descriptive outcomes.
  •  Pinder, J., Shapiro, K., Johnson, L. (2013). Preventive Medicine for the Pill-Mill Syndrome. California Pharmacist (LIX)4, 34-36. ( 1/2013 )
     
  • Pinder, J. (2012). Development Professionals at Religiously Based Nonprofit Organizations: Why They Leave and How to Improve Retention. SAGE Open, (July-September 2012; vol. 2, 3: 2158244012458510). ( 7/2012 )
     The study of why a fundraising professional would choose to leave his or her employer is critical to the ongoing success of religiously based nonprofit organizations as they work to achieve their mission. Without continuity in the donor relationship, donors will likely leave the organization or become disenfranchised. This study focuses on development professionals at Seventh-Day Adventist institutions across North America. The results of this study are applicable to other religiously based nonprofit organizations. The present article reveals the reasons affecting employee retention and proposes approaches to mitigate the loss of valuable employees. Data were gathered using a structured online survey and analyzed for its descriptive outcomes.
  Books and Chapters
  • Pharmacy Law: Federal and State Concepts and Exam Preparation; edited chapter on California Pharmacy Law.  As of yet unpublished. ( 12/2010 )
     
  Non-Scholarly Journals
  • Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Pharmacy Health Library: Provided analysis and feedback for their concept of an online health library tailored toward pharmacy educators and students. ( 1/2011 )
     
  • Non-peer-reviewed: Jim Pinder, JD, MBA, Academic Pharmacy Now, Pharmacy Education Creates Its Own $timulus Package, Vol 2 Issue 3 ( 7/2009 - 9/2009 ) Link...
  • Non-peer-reviewed: Jim Pinder, JD, MBA, Academic Pharmacy Now, School Colors Aside, Academic Pharmacy Goes Green, Vol 2 Issue 2 ( 4/2009 - 6/2009 ) Link...