Phu Trinh, PharmD

Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy

 

Education & Experience:Phu Trinh

I graduated from Regis University School of Pharmacy in Denver, CO with my Doctor of Pharmacy degree.  I completed by PGY-1 ambulatory care residency at Providence Sacred Heart Anticoagulation & Pharmacotherapeutics Clinic in Spokane, WA.  For the past two and-a-half years, I practiced at International Community Health Services in Seattle, WA as a clinical pharmacist.

Teaching Areas & Interests:

During my residency program, I received a teaching certificate from Washington State University and served as an adjunct professor.  During my time at International Community Health Services, I served as project manager for implementing chronic disease state management programs, served as lead for P&T committees, served on the rapid-cycle case management interdisciplinary team, served on the quality improvement committee, acted as interim pharmacist-in-charge, precepted students in their APPE rotations, and mentored a group of P3 students during their school year.

Professional Activities & Awards:

I am a member of Phi Lambda Sigma and Phi Delta Chi (Gamma Rho Chapter).  I was previously a member of Washington State Pharmacy Association, Spokane Pharmacist Association, American Pharmacist Association (APhA), American Societies of Health-System Pharmacist (ASHP), and National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP).  I look forward to continuing my involvement with these organizations.

Scholarly interests:

My primary interest is in ambulatory care services, including chronic disease state management.  I am interested in programs that allow clinical pharmacists to serve in the primary care setting.  My other interests include social determinants of health, health literacy, and cultural competency.  I look forward to pursuing these interests with fellow faculty members and other practitioners in the community.

 

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