Kelly Scolaro, PharmD
Kelly L. Scolaro is an assistant professor and director of pharmaceutical care labs in the Division of Pharmacy Practice and Experiential Education at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in Chapel Hill, NC. She received her BS in pharmacy and PharmD from Auburn University. She completed an APhA-ASHP-accredited community pharmacy practice residency at the University of Florida. She held faculty positions at Auburn University and the University of Florida prior to coming to UNC.
Scolaro has practiced in several areas, including chain community pharmacy and free clinics. Scolaro has published and presented on the topics of nonprescription therapeutics, clinical services in the community pharmacy, distance education, and skills-lab learning. She is an author and reviewer for APhA’s Handbook of Nonprescription Drugs and has been an active participant in both APhA’s Self Care Institute and P&G’s Nonprescription Medicines Academy for several years.
Scolaro has a strong interest in domestic and global outreach to the underserved. She has served on health outreach trips in the USA, Ecuador, Honduras, and Mexico. At UNC-Chapel Hill, She serves as the adviser for the Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC) outreach group, which provides disease screening services through community outreach and the pharmacy manager for the SHAC clinic. She is currently serving as the immediate past chair for the AACP Self-Care and Nonprescription SIG.