Jamie Lyn Woodyard

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Director of Professional Program Laboratories
Type:
faculty
Phone:
765-494-9642

Education

2013 Academic Fellowship in Pharmaceutical Care Labs, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2012 PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kerr Health & Kerr Drug
2011 PharmD, Purdue University

Research

Student professionalism, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Teaching

PHRM 820, Professional Program Laboratory I

PHRM 821, Professional Program Laboratory II

PHRM 840, Professional Program Laboratory III

PHRM 841, Professional Program Laboratory IV

PHRM 860, Professional Program Laboratory V

PHRM 861, Professional Program Laboratory VI

Honors and Credentials

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist; Board of Pharmacy Specialties

Joe E. Haberle Outstanding Educator Finalist; St. Louis College of Pharmacy 

Wal-Mart Scholar; American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Dean’s List and Semester Honors; Purdue University

Clinical Practice

Center for Healthy Living – Purdue University

Representative Publications

1.  Kebodeaux CD, Peters GL, Stranges PM, Woodyard JL, Vouri, SM. Faculty perception of team-based learning over multiple semesters. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. In Press.

2.  Yancey AM, Pitlick M, Woodyard JL. Utilization of external reviews by colleges of pharmacy during the promotion and tenure process for pharmacy practice faculty. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2017 Mar-Apr; 9(2):255-60.

3.  Shelly JL, Scolaro KL. Utility of a professionalism assessment form activity: a survey of students and teaching assistants. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2015 Sept; 8(1):119-24.

4.  Kebodeaux C, Shelly J. Examining recent advances in understanding and treatment of dry eye disease: an eye on the pharmacist’s role. Pharmacy Times.  2015 Sept; 81(9):95-102.

5.  Wilson J, Matulewicz A, Shelly J, Scolaro KL. Development of a one-year academic fellowship in a skills lab environment. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2015 Jan; 7(3):411-6.

6.  Shelly J, Hiller D., Zhai L, Ferreri S., Marciniak M. Individualized dosing of children’s liquid medications in  the community pharmacy setting: a survey of parents and guardians.  INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy 2013; 4(3).

7.  Wenthur CJ, Romack BS, Vernon VP, Shelly JL, et al. Opinions and experiences of Indiana pharmacists and student pharmacists: the need for addiction and substance abuse education in the United States. Res Social Adm Pharm. 2013 Jan-Feb;9(1):90-100.

8.  Shelly J, Ferreri S. OTCs Today: iBGStar: The ‘iPhone blood glucose meter’.  Pharmacy Today 2012;18(9):28.

9.  Shelly J, Scolaro K. Risk of infection with tap water use in neti pots. Content update for chapter 11 ‘Disorders Related to Cold and Allergy’ in 17th edition of the Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs.  Posted Oct. 2012.

10.  Coppol E, Shelly J, Kaakeh Y, Shepler B. A comparative look at the safety profiles of intravenous iron products used in the hemodialysis population. Ann Pharmacother 2011;45:241-7.

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