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Jamie Lyn Woodyard
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 765-494-9642
E-mail: woodyard@purdue.edu
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

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Skills-based Education, Performance Based Assessments (PBAs)/Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs)

Teaching

PHRM 820 - Professional Skills Laboratory I

PHRM 821 - Professional Skills Laboratory II

PHRM 840 - Professional Skills Laboratory III

PHRM 841 - Professional Skills Laboratory IV

PHRM 860 - Professional Skills Laboratory V

PHRM 861 - Professional Skills Laboratory VI

Honors and Credentials

Exceptional Early Career Teaching Award - Purdue University (2023)

Chaney Family Faculty Preceptor of the Year Award - Purdue University College of Pharmacy (2023)

Dr. Aziz Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award - Purdue University College of Pharmacy (2021)

Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award - Purdue University (2020)

Faculty Mentor of the Year - Purdue Department of Pharmacy Practice (2020)

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist - Board of Pharmacy Specialties (2016 - Present)

Clinical Practice

Center for Healthy Living – Purdue University

Representative Publications
  1. Hettinger K, Baker CM, Brelage ME, Smith HM, Woodyard JL. The impact of COVID-19 on pharmacy student stress during high-stakes, performance-based assessments in skills-based courses.  Am J Pharm Educ. 2023;87(1):Article 8874.
  2. Chen JS, Matthews D, Van Hooser J, Knockel LE, Lintner K, Stoa M, Woodyard JL, Tran D. Improving the remediation process for skills-based laboratory courses in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. Am J Pharm Educ. 2021;85(7):Article 8447.    
  3. Woodyard JL. Communication with Resistant Prescriber. In: Pharmacy Practice Skills: A Guide for Students and Instructors.  Gupta V, Nguyen T, Clark M, et al., eds. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education; 2021. Available at https://accesspharmacy.mhmedical.com. Accessed January 10, 2022.   
  4. Adeoye-Olatunde OA, Vlashyn OO, Illingworth Plake KS, Woodyard JL, Weber ZA, Litzelman DK, Russ-Jara AL. A mixed-methods study of pharmacy instructors’ early experiences with a teaching electronic medical record.  Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2021;13(9):1180-93.
  5. Updike WH, Cowart K, Woodyard JL, Serag-Bolos E, Taylor JR, Curtis SD. Protecting the integrity of the virtual objective structured clinical examination.  Am J Pharm Educ. 2021;85(6):Article 8438.   
  6. Nolan M, Maes M, Tran D, Driscoll T, Knockel L, Van Hooser J, Dula C, Cook K, Stoa M, Ives A, Volino L, Rupnow N, Parbuoni K, Woodyard J. Changes to summative assessments within the Big Ten Academic Alliance Performance-Based Assessment Collaborative (BTAA-PBAC) due to COVID-19.  J Am Coll Clin Pharm. 2021;4(7):827-36. 
  7. Gupta V, Woodyard JL, Begley K, Curtis S, Tran D. Assessment of drug utilization review activities within US colleges of pharmacy. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2021;13(5):520-5.
  8. Beal JL, Weber ZA, Isaacs AN, Illingworth Plake KS, Zillich A, Woodyard JL. Pharmacy student perceptions and preferences of in-person versus video-recorded evaluations in skills-based courses. Am J Pharm Educ. 2020;84(11):Article 7976. 
  9. Kebodeaux C, Woodyard JL, Kachlic MD, Allen SM, Schadler AD, Vouri SM. Student pharmacists’ ability to organize and simplify complex medication regimens according to the universal medication schedule.  Am J Pharm Educ. 2020;84(8):Article 7531. 
  10. Vlashyn OO, Adeoye-Olatunde OA, Illingworth Plake KS, Woodyard JL, Weber ZA, Russ-Jara AL. Pharmacy students’ perspectives on the initial implementation of a teaching electronic medical record: results from a mixed-methods assessment.  BMC Med Educ. 2020;20:1-14.