Dr. Henneman received her Pharm.D. from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2009 and completed a PGY1 residency program at the West Palm Beach Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in 2010. Since 2012, Dr. Henneman has served on the Section of Ambulatory Care Practitioners Educational Steering Committee.
Dr. Henneman is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Palm Beach Atlantic University where she specializes in ambulatory care. She works within an indigent ambulatory care clinic providing chronic disease state management and patient education services.
Recent Significant Projects
Dr. Henneman is the director of a new PGY2 ambulatory care program established through a partnership with Palm Beach Atlantic University and the local VA hospital. She has also recently partnered with a new indigent clinic to expand clinical pharmacy services in their chronic disease state clinics.
Initial Involvement in ASHP
"ASHP offers a wide array of educational content that meet the varied needs I have in my role as both an ambulatory care pharmacist and residency program director. The variety of resources is what initially drew me to ASHP."
Advice for Someone New to Specialty Area
"Think outside the box! Ambulatory care pharmacy is evolving quickly due to innovative pharmacists getting into the trenches and educating both patients and providers regarding the vast number of clinical services pharmacists can provide and the impact we have on improving patient care."
Value of ASHP
"ASHP can be instrumental in keeping you connected with others in your area of practice, expanding your knowledge base, and helping you move forward in your career."
"ASHP is important in helping move the profession forward, providing educational and resource support to pharmacists in a variety of settings and keeping pharmacists connected. Their collective efforts help push pharmacy forward."