Wietholter JP. Chapter 114: Vitamin B12 Deficiency. In: Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2014: 306-308.
Wietholter JP, Coetzee R, McCartney J, Gegg J, Schwinghammer TL. Development of an international advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) and lessons learned after implementation. 2014;6(2):304-312.
Wietholter JP. Chapter 67: Glaucoma. In: Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice Study Guide: A Case Based Care Plan Approach, 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2013: 273-275.
Wietholter JP. The Power of Positivity. In: Nourishing the Soul of Pharmacy: Stories of Reflection. Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 2011: 125-128.
"Facilitator's Workshop: Clinical Pharmacy in South Africa." University of the Western Cape (UWC). Cape Town, South Africa, July 2016.
"New Agents in the Management of Multiple Sclerosis." West Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists (WVSHP). Charleston, WV, April 2015.
"New Therapuetic Agents Impacting the Coagulation Cascade." Ohio-Marchall County Pharmacists Association (OMCPA) 41st Annual Spring Seminar. Wheeling, WV, March 2015.
“New Oral Anticoagulant Agents.” 2013 American College of Physicians: West Virginia Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting. Roanoke, WV, October 2013
“Now You See Me, Now You Don’t: A Pharmacist’s Guide to Glaucoma.” Drug Store News: Collaborative Care Webinar. September 25, 2013
“Pharmacotherapy Updates in the Management of COPD.” 38th Annual Hal Wanger Family Medicine Conference, West Virginia University School of Medicine: Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. Morgantown, WV, September 2012.
“Pharmacotherapy Updates for the Treatment of COPD.” West Virginia Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab (WVACVPR). Flatwoods, West Virginia, May 2012.
“Acute Care Case Studies: An American Perspective.” Multiple Sclerosis and Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, S. Africa, August 2011.
About Jon P. Wietholter
Dr. Jon Wietholter is a 2007 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. After graduation, Dr. Wietholter completed a PGY-1 residency at Pitt County Memorial Hospital (now Vidant Health) which is affiliated with East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. He is currently a Clinical Associate Professor at the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Pharmacy, an Adjunct Associate Professor at the WVU School of Medicine, and an Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacist at WVU-Medicine Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, WV. Dr. Witholter is involved in many aspects of the WVU School of Pharmacy curriculum with >100 contact hours annually in courses ranging from Pharmacotherapeutics to Pharmacy Practice Management and is the co-coordinator of four School of Pharmacy courses: Pharmacy Practice Management 4 which is focused on helath-systems based pharmacy practice, the Neurology/Psychiatry module in the Systems Based Therapy sequence, Critical Care Pharmacotherapy, and Travel Medicine and Global Pharmacy Practice. Additionally, Dr. Wietholter developed and coordinates an International Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) in South Africa completed by 4th year WVU pharmacy students.
Teaching Interests and Courses Taught
Pharmaceutical Care Lab 6 (PHAR 736)
Therapeutic Patient Monitoring (PHAR 739)
Pharmacotherapeutics IV (PHAR 740)
IPPE 5 (PHAR 742)
Critical Care Pharmacotherapy (PHAR 745) Co-Coordinator
IPPE 6 (PHAR 746)
Travel Medicine and Global Pharmacy Practice (PHAR 793A) Co-Coordinator
Pharmacy Practice Management 2 (PHAR 810)
Service Learning Practice Experience 1 (PHAR 822)
Pulmonology (PHAR 823)
Pharmacy Practice Management 4 (PHAR 830) Course Coordinator
Service Learning Practice Experience 2 (PHAR 832)
Dr. Wietholter’s practice interests are focused mostly in the area of Internal Medicine where he has an interest in COPD and Multiple Sclerosis management as well as studying healthcare in underserved populations, specifically South Africa. He is also responsible for rounding with Internal Medicine physicians and residents, precepting students from West Virginia University during clinical rotations in both Internal Medicine and International Medicine, and precepting both PGY-1 and PGY-2 pharmacy residents.