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Mandy Reece, PharmD, BC-ADM, CDE

Mandy Reece, PharmD, BC-ADM, CDE

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Contact
Ph: 678-407-7342
FX: 678-407-7347
E-mail: SaraRee@pcom.edu

Education

Doctor of Pharmacy, Mercer University College of Pharmacy, 2001

Narrative

Dr. Reece coordinates OTC course and Self-Care elective as well as Case Studies IV. She also teaches endocrine, reproductive and GI pharmacotherapy in Integrated Therapeutics IV. Lastly, she precepts second year IPPE students and fourth year APPE students for diabetes and ambulatory care rotation.

Dr. Reece’s research area of interest is diabetes. She has given poster presentations at AADE Annual Meetings as well as published several manuscripts in the areas of gestational diabetes and insulin pump therapy.

Dr. Reece enjoys spending time with her family as well as running half marathons. Additionally, She is actively involved in her church in the medical ministry and facilitator for Divorce Care for Kids.

Honors/Awards

Peach Teaching Award, 2012 – 2013
Silver Shovel Award Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, 2011
40 under 40 Pharmacists Georgia Pharmacy Association, 2003

Selected Publications

Reece SW. Gestational Diabetes Clinic in the Public Health Setting. Diabetes Spectrum, Spring 2011: 108-111.

Selected Presentations

August 2012
“Insulin Pump School: Back to the Basics of Pump Therapy”
Poster presentation
American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting
Indianapolis, IN

August 2011
“Gestational Diabetes Clinic for Indigent Latinos”
Poster presentation
American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, NV

August 2013
“Pharmacotherapy of Gestational Diabetes Show Me the Literature-Point and Counter-Point Debate”
Oral presentation
American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, PA

Volunteer & Leadership

Co-Leader, Pharmacy Community of Interest, American Association of Diabetes Educators Lakewood Baptist Church: medical ministry and facilitator of Divorce Care for Kids

Grants

Wilson SA. Development and Evaluation of a Mild Cognitive Impairment Screening and Education and Medication Therapy Management Service. American Pharmacists Association Foundation. Received July 2005. $1,000.

 

Last Updated: 4/16/15