Megan Wesling, PharmD

Assistant Professor of PharmacotherapyWesling


Education & Experience:

I received my Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy. Upon graduation, I pursued a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at the Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital. I also completed specialized training within a PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residency at Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy. I joined the UNT System College of Pharmacy faculty in Fall 2018.

Teaching Areas & Interests:

Throughout my postgraduate training I received teaching certificates from the University of Connecticut and Midwestern University. My teaching responsibilities have traversed various areas of learning including didactic lectures, small group facilitation, team-based learning and experiential precepting. At UNT System College of Pharmacy, I am responsible for co-course coordination of the Integrated Pharmacotherapy (IPT) Recitation 3, Clinical Case Discussions and Skills Lab II. Also, I teach within the IPT Cardiovascular course. My goal as an educator is to generate creative, collaborative and pragmatic learning experiences.

Professional Activities & Awards:

I am a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). Additionally, I am an active member of the ACCP Endocrine and Metabolism Practice Research Network. I am alumna of the Rho Chi Academic Honor Society. In Fall 2017, I became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS).

Scholarly Interests:

My clinical interests include chronic disease state management, particularly in the areas of endocrinology, cardiology, and pulmonology. Previously, my scholarly activities have focused on health outcomes in perioperative anticoagulation management and characterization of patient care activities among postgraduate ambulatory care residency programs. In the future, areas of interest for scholarly activity include non-traditional learning activities within pharmacy education and de-prescribing in older adults.


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