Faculty & Staff at TUC

Emily Chan

Emily Chan

College: COP

Department: Clinical Sciences

Title: Assistant Professor

Phone: (707) 638-5904

E-Mail: emily.chan@tu.edu

Office: Administration & Faculty 2, Rm. 109


Doctorate of Pharmacy, University at Buffalo, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Mercy Health Muskegon, 2014

PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2015

Licenses and Certifications

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, License #61050594, 2016

Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery Certificate, 2014
Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery - Faculty Trainer, 2016

Pharmacy Based Travel-Health Services Certificate, 2016
Pharmacy Based Travel-Health Services - Faculty Trainer, 2016

Mastery of Teaching Certificate Program: Advanced Instruction, Mentoring, and Teaching,
University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, 2015

Pharmacy Education Development and Lecture Series (PEDALS) Teaching Certificate Program,
Ferris State University College of Pharmacy, 2014

California Registered Pharmacist, License #74388, 2015
California Advanced Practice Pharmacist, License #10102, 2017

Michigan Registered Pharmacist, #5302042044, 2013
Michigan Controlled Substance License, License #5302042044, 20

Course Instructor

PRMC 608 (Clinical Sciences 1)

PRMC 612 (Clinical Sciences 3)

PRMC 616 (Clinical Sciences 4)

PRMC 622 (Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 3)

PRMC 632 (Residency Preparation Elective)

Course Coordinator

PRMC 608 (Clinical Sciences 2)

Clinical Practice

PHRM 706: Ambulatory Care 1

PHRM 707: Ambulatory Care 2

PGY1 Residency Site Coordinator, LifeLong Medical Care East Oakland

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Ip-Chen A, Chan E. Hepatitis A. Hepatitis B. Hepatitis C.  In: Roller LK, Baumgartner L, Desselle SP (Eds.). Pharmacy: Quick Answers: McGraw-Hill Education; New York: 2017.

Chan E. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection. In: Roller LK, Baumgartner L, Desselle SP (Eds.). Pharmacy: Quick Answers: McGraw-Hill Education; New York: 2017.

Ignoffo R, Chan L, Knapp K, Chan E, Ip E, Bandy J, Besinque K, Colbert J, Duby JJ, Galanto JS, Gloudeman M, Havard P, Lackey G, Lozano E, Scott J, Stewart TL. Efficient and effective precepting of pharmacy students in acute and ambulatory care rotations: A Delphi expert panel study. Am J Health Syst Pharm.2017;74(19):1570-78.

Ho MJ, Chan E, Fan-Havard P, Thompson C, Hess JM. The Effects of Leadership Involvement and Part-time Employment on Pharmacy Student Academic Performance. Pharmacy Education, 2014; 14(1) 57-63

Poster Presentations

Ko J, Chan E, Doroudgar S. Patient Perceived Barriers to Naloxone in a Primary Care, Underserved Setting. Poster presentation at the 2019 American College of Clinical Pharmacy Virtual Poster Symposium.

Chan E, Barnett M, Ip E. Assessing Pharmacy Educator’s Ability to Reliably Assign Bloom’s Taxonomy Categories to Their Exam Questions. AACP. 2017.

Chan E, Avila J, Feinauer S. Evaluation of appropriate pain assessment and treatment in critically ill patients sedated with dexmedetomidine and/or propofol. ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting. 2013.

Chan E, Fan-Havard P, Hess JM, Sauberman M, Thompson C, Ho MJ. The impact of part-time employment and leadership on academic success. AACP. 2013.

Last Updated: 5/15/19