responsible for the development and implementation of pharmaceutical care in
transplant recipients at UCLA Health.
Emphasis will be placed on several areas including multi-disciplinary
administrative, education, and teaching duties. The Transplant Pharmacist will
provide pre and post-transplant related clinical services. Clinical functions shall include providing
patient care as it relates to drug therapy; reviewing, researching, and
developing drug protocols for recipients in the inpatient and outpatient
setting based upon current medical literature and clinical experience. Additional duties will include participation
in multi-disciplinary, quality assurance, quality improvement, or other
hospital-based committees as requestedQualifications
license to practice pharmacy and PharmD - required
of ASHP accredited residency.
of Specialty Pharmacy Residency or Fellowship in solid organ
of laws, regulations and standards relative to Pharmacy practice.
to actively participate in a teaching/training program.
to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching/training.
skill in establishing and maintaining data files.
skill and ability in communicating one-to-one basis to obtain information,
explain protocols, and policies and procedures.
ability to speak in front of large groups to present didactic course
material or scientific data.
ability to understand and interpret current scientific literature as it
relates to the area of transplantation.
knowledge and ability to perform pharmacokinetic calculations.
ability to identify, retrieve, and compile selected information from
patients' medical records for purposes of evaluation effectiveness,
outcomes, and risks of toxicity.
skill and ability to provide, communicate and document drug information on
pharmacological agents used in the transplant setting concisely to health
professionals, patients, and other lay persons
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