Bickkie  Nguyen

Bickkie Nguyen, PharmD

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Clinical Pharmacy

Research Topics

  1. Pharmacy Leadership/Management/Operations
  2. USP 797/Sterile Compounding
  3. Medication Therapy Management

Contact Information

  • bickkie@gmail.com
  • Ivy league Healthcare
    Management LLC
    PO Box 1275
    Long Beach, CA 90802

Education

PharmD, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012

Bickkie Nguyen

Biography

Dr Bickkie Nguyen is an experienced Director of Pharmacy, Assistant Clinical Professor, Clinical and Medication Therapy Management Pharmacist, Leadership/Management Trainer and Coach with experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings including small, medium, large, level 1 trauma, academic, acute care and long-term acute care hospitals and retail pharmacy.

Experienced in pharmacy operations, finance, recruitment, personnel management, leadership, leadership/management training and coaching, evidence-based clinical medicine, regulatory (State Board of Pharmacy, TJC, DNV, DEA, CMS), sterile and extemporaneous compounding, USP 795, USP 797, USP 800, drug purchasing/distribution, pharmacy informatics systems, training, mentorship, research and teaching. Currently, hold clear and active Registered Pharmacist (RPh) licenses in the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Louisiana, and Virginia with competent knowledge of pharmacy regulations in these states.

Dr Nguyen is passionate about leading effective, efficient, safe, cost-cutting and high-quality pharmaceutical care by collaboratively working as part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team, with a patient-centered approach by being an authentic, adaptive and transformational leader. Developing the next generation of pharmacists and technicians as a life-long commitment.

Selected Projects/Publications

2013: Management Case Presentation and Poster - Presented at ASHP Mid-Year Clinical Meeting, Orlando, Florida: "Implementation and improvement in pharmacy and nursing electronic communication: a medication safety, quality improvement and quality assessment of technology process"
 

2001: Vietnamese Professional Society Journal 2001, Pages 142-149
 Title: Youth Participation in Democracy and the Community
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