Dr. Malinowski is a native of Wilkes-Barre who joined Wilkes University in 1998. She oversees an ambulatory care practice at The Wright Center for Primary Care in Jermyn, PA where she precepts Doctor of Pharmacy students and engages in interprofessional educational initiatives with the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education and other health profession students. She is the team clinic lead for the Patient Safety Pharmacy Collaborative, a federal government initiative aimed at providing optimal health outcomes while minimizing adverse medication-related events through the provision of clinical pharmacy services. Dr. Malinowski’s research interests include complementary and integrative medicine, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease prevention, and curricular programmatic assessment using reflective artifacts. She serves as Chair of the School’s curriculum committee and is the coordinator for the Self-Directed Introductory Pharmacy Practice experience, a required service-learning initiative focused on community engagement and self-reflection. Dr. Malinowski currently teaches in the introductory, hematology and rheumatology Pharmacotherapeutics modules, and the pulmonary and pediatric skills labs. She is a peer-reviewer for Annals of Pharmacotherapy, American Journal of Health-Systems Pharmacists, and Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. She is a proud mom to three children and enjoys traveling and hiking throughout the beautiful PA landscape.
Education and Training
• Bachelor of Science, Pharmacy, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science (1993)
• Doctor of Pharmacy, Temple University (1995)
• Pharmacy Practice Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital (1996)
• Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery (Licensed provider and trainer)
Recent Selected Scholarship
• The Magic of Eportfolios: Enhancing Student Learning and Programmatic Assessment. Co-presented with Drs. Bohan (Wilkes),Drs. Saaba and Starry(University of Iowa). The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Meeting (July 17, 2012) Kissimmee, Fl.
• The Role of Pharmacy Students in the Patient Safety Pharmacy Collaborative (roundtable). The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Meeting (July 15, 2012). Kissimmee, Fl.
• Immunization Update 2012. Wilkes University Continuing Education Program (3 hour CE). May 1, 2012. Wilkes-Barre, PA.
• Osteoporosis Update. PA Pharmacists Association (1 hour CE). February 10, 2012. Harrisburg, PA.
• The PSPC Experience at The Wright Script (Poster). Co-presented with clinic team: Cloud, J., Ebersole, B., Kobal, J., Machelli, K., Presto, L., Thomas, L. PSPC Learning Session (January 10, 2012). Herndon, VA.
• Malinowski J. The Pharmacist’s Role in Lipid Management. America’s Pharmacist. July 2011; 47-60.
• Malinowski J. Optimizing Outcomes in Osteoporosis: How Can the Pharmacist Help? PharmacyTimes 2011; 77(5): 99-109.
• Incorporating Service-Learning Programs into Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (July 10, 2010). Seattle, WA.
• Malinowski J Gehret M. Plant Stanols/Sterols for Dyslipidemia. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy July 15, 2010 vol. 67 no. 14 1165-1173.