William R. Doucette received his Ph.D. in Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin. His research interests include ways that pharmacists, especially in the community, can influence medication use.
Dr. Doucette's primary interest is in how the characteristics of health care systems impact the practitioner behavior, especially the delivery of care to patients with chronic conditions. He has used individual social psychology, exchange, and organization models to study pharmacist and physician behavior. He has been active in evaluating pharmacist services in a community setting and patient medication use at home.