UCSF

Tagged: Community Pharmacy Services

Valerie Clinard, PharmD

Clinard
Associate Professor

As director of experiential education, I oversee the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) programs. I work with preceptors, students, faculty, and staff to develop and implement new experiential education opportunities that continue to meet the needs of the expanding role of pharmacists. In addition, I work with the program directors to provide preceptor development and to ensure that preceptors, practice sites, and students benefit from the relationships and opportunities provided.

Betty Dong, PharmD

Dong
Professor

My primary area is the clinical care of patients with hepatitis C infection, HIV, and chronic illnesses, including high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid issues, patients on blood thinners and those who have difficulty with medication side effects or medication adherence (taking their medications). At the National HIV/AIDS Consultation Center, I provide clinical consultations via telephone for the Federal Board of Prisons and for healthcare providers caring for HIV and HCV infected patients, including pregnant women and their newborns. My practice sites include the Family Health Center located at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and the UCSF Liver Transplant Clinic. I also teach in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum and the Family Medicine program and conduct research in the aforementioned areas.

Robin Corelli, PharmD

Corelli
Professor

I am a Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and a licensed practicing pharmacist. My research and practice efforts have been focused on the community pharmacist’s role as an advocate for positive health outcomes through disease prevention and treatment. This includes work in the areas of asthma, COPD, tobacco cessation, immunization delivery, and medication therapy management.

Jennifer Cocohoba, PharmD

Cocohoba
Professor

My research interests focus on developing and testing interventions to improve medication adherence, patient-provider communication, antiretroviral use and the use of other medications for chronic diseases in persons living with HIV, opioid stewardship, and treatment disparities.