Dr. Woodis is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS) as well as a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist (BCACP) through the Board of Pharmacy Specialties. He is also board-certified in advanced diabetes management (BC-ADM) through the American Association of Diabetes Educators. He practices as a Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner, a recognized credential by both North Carolina Medical and Pharmacy Boards, at Duke Family Medicine (DFM) in Durham, North Carolina. In this role, he holds prescribing privileges through a collaborative practice agreement with his supervising physician. Dr. Woodis provides pharmacist-managed outpatient/ambulatory care pharmacotherapy services including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and dyslipidemia at DFM. In addition to coordinating the Women’s Health elective and teaching in the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Doctor of Pharmacy program, Dr. Woodis also provides several lectures to the Physician Assistant programs at both Campbell University and Duke University.
His research interests include:
- Clinical pharmacist practitioner impact on diabetes mellitus outcomes
- Clinical pharmacist practitioner impact on hepatitis B vaccination rates
- Clinical pharmacist practitioner impact on vitamin d deficiency identification and treatment