Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Dr. Miranda Wilhelm is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and clinical community pharmacist with Schnucks Pharmacy. Dr. Wilhelm received her doctorate of pharmacy from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. She completed a community pharmacy residency at B&K Prescription Shop, partnered with the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. Before joining SIUE, Dr. Wilhelm was pharmacy manager for Hen House Pharmacy in the Kansas City area. In that role, she was also primary preceptor for the University of Kansas/Hen House Pharmacy community pharmacy residency program. Dr. Wilhelm’s areas of interest include self-care initiatives, immunizations, medication therapy management and preventive screenings.
|Community Pharmacy Residency Primary Preceptor, 2004 - 2008, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy and Hen House Pharmacy, Overland Park, Kan.|
|Adjunct Clinical Faculty, 2004 - 2008, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, Lawrence, Kan.|
|Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, 2003 - 2008, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Pharmacy, Kansas City, Mo.|
|Pharmacy Manager and Pharmacist in Charge, 2003 - 2008, Hen House Pharmacy, Overland Park, Kan.|
|Community Pharmacy Residency, 2002 - 2003, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy and B&K Prescription Shop, Salina, Kan.|
|Doctor of Pharmacy, 2002, University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, Lawrence, Kan.|
My clinical specialty area is community-based pharmacy practice. My interests include delivery of patient care services, medication therapy management, disease state education and self-care. Other areas of interest relate to health and wellness such as immunizations and preventative screenings. I also enjoy mentoring residents and students to assist with their professional development.
My practice site is at the Schnucks Pharmacy in Edwardsville, Ill. Currently, I am working to develop and implement pharmacy services. Specific programs include medication therapy management services, smoking cessation classes, blood pressure management clinic, providing immunizations, cardiovascular risk assessments and diabetes education classes. I serve as a preceptor for students on the community pharmacy Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) during the final professional year.
My research interests consist of self-care initiatives and development and implementation of clinical pharmacy services in the community setting.
Wilhelm M. New Infant Liquid Acetaminophen Concentration. OTC Answers Advancing Self-Care. www.otcanswers.com. August 2012.
Petkewicz K, Wilhelm M. Medications in Pregnancy and Lactation. Drug Store News Pharmacy Practice 2012; July/August:1-7.
Studnicki K, Wilhelm M. Am I Lactose Intolerant? OTC Answers Advancing Self-Care. www.otcanswers.com. July 2012.
Gunderson T, Wilhelm M. Which Aspirin Should I Take? OTC Answers Advancing Self-Care. www.otcanswers.com. July 2012.
Wilhelm M. Which Vitamin Supplement Should I Take for my Age-related Eye Disease? OTC Answers advancing Self-Care. www.otcanswers.com. July 2012.
Wilhelm M, Naumann C. In with the Good, Out with the Bad: A Clinical Review of Probiotics. Illinois Pharmacist 2012;74(3):24-27.
Chumley A, Wilhelm M. Patient and Physician Acceptance of Pharmacist Recommendations Related to Therapeutic Interchange for Simvastatin 80 mg [abstract]. JAPhA 2012;52(2):236.
Kerr J, Wilhelm M. New Lice Treatments Crawling onto the Market. Illinois Pharmacist 2012;74(1):22-23.
Wilhelm M. Counseling Patients: The Flushing Truth about Niacin. Illinois Pharmacist 2011;73(4):12-13.
Petkewicz K, Wilhelm M. Helping Patients Manage Celiac Disease. Drug Store News Pharmacy Practice 2011; May/June:16-21.
Petkewicz K, Wilhelm M. Evaluation of Student Pharmacists’ Knowledge and Perceptions in Relation to Medication Therapy Management Services [abstract]. JAPhA 2011;51(2):260.
Vonderhaar L, Wilhelm M. A Retrospective Review of Error Prone Abbreviations in a Community Pharmacy [abstract]. JAPhA 2011;51(2):253.
Wilhelm M, Petkewicz K, Kerr J. Description of an Interprofessional Collaboration to Optimize Influenza Immunization Efforts [abstract]. JAPhA 2010;50(2):275.
Wilhelm M, Ruscin J. The Use of OTC Medications in Older Adults. US Pharmacist. 2009;34(6):44-4