The USC School of Pharmacy is accepting applications for a Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator at the USC Medical Plaza Pharmacy.Â Responsibilitiesinclude providing patient care in travel health, diabetes, hormonal contraception, and comprehensive medication management; coordinating community-based clinical programs at the USC Health Sciences Campus Pharmacies; managing daily clinical operations; building and maintaining collaborative relationships with partnering physicians/groups; training students and pharmacy residents in community-based practice; working with pharmacy staff and faculty to ensure positive program outcomes and patient satisfaction.Â Teaching responsibilities includeprecepting and evaluating IPPE and APPE students and pharmacypractice residents. The position will also require developing and integrating quality assurance / improvement methods to measurably improve program structure, process, and outcome.Â The candidate must possess clinical skills in comprehensive medication management (CMM) and working effectively on interdisciplinary healthcare teams.Â
Applicantsmust have a PharmD degree, and licensure or eligibility for licensurein California. Completion of a pharmacy residency and/or fellowship is preferred, as well as experienceteaching and precepting IPPE and APPE students inclinic and providingpatient care in areas emphasized above.
Completion of an accredited pharmacy residency program or equivalent experience preferred.
Occasional meetings, evenings and weekends.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degreeMinimum Experience: 1 yearMinimum Field of Expertise: Degree from accredited (ACPE) school of pharmacy. Registered pharmacist in state of California. Hospital pharmacy experience. Familiarity with unit dose, IV admixtures and clinical pharmacy practice.
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