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This week, we are excited to feature three of our amazing speakers for the upcoming Pacific Coast Preceptor Conference! As the only west coast event focused on pharmacy precepting, this event is a must-attend event for pharmacy practitioners at all levels and practice settings who seek quality programming and networking opportunities with other preceptors across the country.
All of our speakers bring a wealth of knowledge to the precepting table. Learn more about them and how to register below!
Jennifer Chang, PharmD, BCPS
Meet Jennifer Chang, Clinical Assistant Professor in health systems practice and Director of Preceptor Development at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy!
A lifelong advocate for medication safety, quality improvement and institutional practice, Jennifer will be one of our 25+ speakers presenting on "Evidence-based Strategies to Precepting Challenges". This session will hear and discuss some of the most prominent challenges faced as a pharmacy preceptor, and walk home with tools to possibly resolve these potential challenges.
Shadi Doroudgar, PharmD, APh, BCPS, BCGP, BCPP
Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, an Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, Research Lead in the Clinical Sciences Department and the Residency Research Coordinator at Touro University California, College of Pharmacy is one of our esteemed 2019 Pacific Coast Preceptor Conference speakers (she has also been a CSHP member since 2007)!
Join us for Dr.Doroudgar session "Integrating Pharmacy Students in a Fast Paced Clinic Setting" which aims to provide preceptors & pharmacists in the clinic setting with tips on how to successfully engage and teach pharmacy students in a fast paced clinical practice site.
Jeremiah Duby, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Jeremiah Duby, is the Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist and Critical Care Residency Program Director for UC Davis Medical Center. Dr. Duby also serves as an Associate Clinical Professor for Touro University College of Pharmacy, UCSF School of Pharmacy, and UC Davis School of Medicine wher he precepts UCSF students and provides didactic lectures for TU students.
His session "Rocking Residency Research: Effective Design, Process, & Practice" will show fellow preceptors and researchers effective methods to improve the design, process, and practice of clinical research!