Emmanuelle Schwartzman, PharmD, CDE
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administration
College of Pharmacy
Phone: 909-706-3748 |
2007 University of Southern California
2008 University of Southern California
Western University Clinic
887 E. Second Street
Pomona CA 91766
The Ambulatory Care Clerkship at Western University Medical Center is designed to provide various clinical experiences necessary to prepare students to become entry level practitioners. The students will be involved in direct patient care activities in a primacy care clinic setting and will have opportunities to work with other health care professionals. The pharmacy students will be working very closely with other students from different disciplines, namely DO and PA students to formulate a plan for the patients seen at the clinic. The students are expected to serve as an integral member of the multidisciplinary health care team to provide drug therapy to patients. Students are required to present a journal club as well as a final presentation which is givien to the rest of the staff, faculty, and students at the clinic
Dr. Schwartzman teaches Diabetes education and lifestyle management for patients at the Western University Medical Center. Dr. Schwartzman has a research and teaching focus in communication skills. She is a certified diabetes educator through the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators. Dr. Schwartzman serves on the board for the San Fernando Valley Local Division of the California Pharmacist Association.
1. Mirsakov E, Goad J, Johnson K. Prescription returned to stock rates for various methods of prescription origination in community pharmacies; Western States Conference Platform presentation (B2), Asilomar, CA, 2008.
2. Mirsakov E, Goad J, Johnson K. Differences in prescription pick up rates for various methods of prescription origination in community pharmacies; APhA Annual Meeting (#118), San Diego, CA, 2008