School of Pharmacy

Dr. Sarah A. Nisly

Dr. Sarah A. Nisly

Associate Professor

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336-713-1938

s.nisly@wingate.edu


Education
University of Kansas, PharmD

About Me

Dr. Sarah Nisly graduated with her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kansas and successfully completed a PGY-1 residency at Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center in Greenville, SC. She subsequently completed an internal medicine PGY-2 residency at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Nisly is currently an Associate Professor

Dr. Nisly is currently an Associate Professor at Wingate University and a Clinical Specialist in Internal Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. She has been an active student and resident experiential preceptor, working to incorporate active learning and creative educational techniques into her rotations. She has ongoing research in the use of experiential debates, enhancing student metacognition, and impact of web-based learning modules during rotations. Dr. Nisly strives to continue demonstrating a passion for the profession through student education, commitment to resident training, and patient empowerment.

Dy-Boarman E, Martin D, Nisly SA. “Use of a Health Screening and Education Event to Change Student Attitudes Toward the Elderly.” Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2016; Aug 31 [Epub ahead of print].

Nisly SA, Isaacs AN, White C, Chamberlin SM. “24-month Pharmacotherapy Residency: The What and How Behind These Programs.” Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2016; Aug 10 [Epub ahead of print].

Howard ML, Isaacs AN, Nisly SA. “Continuous Infusion Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs for Perioperative Pain Management.” J Pharm Pract 2016; Aug 31 [Epub ahead of print].

Janzen KM, Steuber TS, Nisly SA. “GLP-1 Agonists in Type-1 Diabetes Mellitus: A Review of the Literature.” Ann Pharmacother 2016; 50(8): 656-665.

Steuber TD, Howard ML, Nisly SA. “Strategies for the Management of Postoperative Anemia in Elective Orthopedic Surgery.” Ann Pharmacother 2016; 50(7): 578-585.

Isaacs AN, Nisly SA, Walton AM. “Student-generated e-Learning for Clinical Education.” Clin Teach 2016; 13:1-5.

Steuber TD, Nisly SA, Walton AM. “Metacognition: Students Need It and You Can Teach It! The Feedback Approach.” In: Blythe H, Sweet C, Carpenter R, eds. “It Works for Me, Metacognitively: Shared Tips for Effective Teaching.” 1st ed. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press Inc, 2016: 46-49.

Isaacs A, Doolin M, Morse C, Nisly SA. “Medication Utilization Evaluation of Dabigatran and Rivaroxaban Within a Large, Multicenter Health System.” Am J Health Syst Pharm 2016; 73:S35-S41.

Walton AM, Isaacs AN, McFarland AT, Czosnowski L, Nisly SA. “Design of a Drug-induced Diseases Elective Utilizing Active Learning.” Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2016; 8(1): 90-95.

Isaacs AN, Knight KL, Nisly SA. “Analysis of a Standardized Perioperative Pain Management Order Set in Highly Opioid Tolerant Patients.” J Patient Saf 2015; Nov 10 [Epub ahead of print].

“Learner vs. Learner: Let’s Debate!” American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting. Washington, DC. August 2016.

“Design and Evaluation of a Student-Created Oral Exam Format.” International Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, OH. November 2014.

“Academic Experiences for Pharmacy Residents.” Presented as a learning lounge video presentation. AACP Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. July 2013.

“Integrated Precepting: Maximizing Learning for Both Students and Residents.” American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. December 2012.

“Enhancing Learner Metacognition in a Professional Pharmacy Elective.” Butler University 2016 Celebration in Innovation in Teaching. Indianapolis, IN. April 2016.

“Building Your Rotation.” Eskenazi Health Pharmacy Resident Precepting Workshop. Indianapolis, IN. December 2015.

“Time to Make a Change: Implementing the New PGY-1 Standards.” Kentucky Pharmacy Residency Network Summer Meeting. Louisville, KY. July 2015.

“Design and Evaluation of a Student-Created Oral Exam Format in Two Healthcare Elective Courses.” Butler University 2015 Celebration in Innovation in Teaching. Indianapolis, IN. April 2015.

“Precepting Challenges; Prepare for Success.” Presented as a roundtable discussion. Butler University 11th Annual Continuing Education Symposium. Indianapolis, IN. June 2014.