Specialty Areas: Internal Medicine; Anticoagulation; Chronic disease management including Diabetes, Smoking Cessation, Cardiovascular Disease
Chronology: BS: University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1994; Pharm.D.: Campbell University, 1998; Resident: W.G. (Bill) Hefner VA Medical Center, 1998-1999; Assistant Professor: University of North Carolina, 2001-2010; Director, Enhanced Care Programs: UNC Internal Medicine Clinic, 2009-Present; Associate Professor: University of North Carolina, 2006-2009; Assistant Medical Director: UNC Internal Medicine Clinic, 2012-2017; Director, Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Center: UNC Medical Center, 2013-present; Professor: University of North Carolina, 2018-present; Associate Medical Director: UNC Internal Medicine Clinic, 2017-present.
Dr. Shilliday’s research and clinical interests include anticoagulation, diabetes, smoking cessation, cardiovascular disease management, health literacy, and innovative and sustainable business models.
Personal Statement: As a clinical pharmacist practitioner, I am interested in chronic disease state management utilizing the collaborative management models of practice. I am also interested in the impact of low literacy on health related outcomes. I am interested in Advanced Practice Provider (APP) models, utilizing APPs to the top of scope and integrated team-based care to improve patient outcomes.