Ying Wang, PharmD, APh
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Ying WangPharmD, APh

Ying WangPharmD, APh

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, Director of Professional Experience Programs and Supervisor of USC Safety-Net Clinical Pharmacy

Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Ying Wang is an assistant professor, director of Professional Experience Programs (PEP) and supervisor of USC Safety-Net Clinical Pharmacy at the USC School of Pharmacy. She received her PharmD from USC and completed a one-year Pharmacy Practice Residency focused in ambulatory care in 2007.

Immediately after completing her residency, Wang worked at the Edward R. Roybal Comprehensive Health Center as a full-time pharmacist, where she provided primary care and anticoagulation services and was involved with quality assurance projects required at the health center. She also worked as a per diem pharmacist at Kaiser Permanente East Los Angeles. In 2009, she returned to USC as a full-time clinical pharmacist at QueensCare Health Centers, where she provided comprehensive medication management services to underserved and underinsured patients in various areas of Los Angeles County.

Throughout her practice sites, she has served as a consistent preceptor for residents, P1-P4 students on rotations, volunteers and visiting international students in order to provide more learners with exposure to pharmacy practice in the safety-net clinical setting.

Areas of Expertise

  • Experiential Pharmacy Education
  • Safety-Net Clinical Pharmacy Services
  • Primary Care Pharmacy
  • Comprehensive Medication Management
  • Education

    University of Southern California

    PharmD

    University of California, Los Angeles

    BS

  • Links
  • Selected Articles

    Innovation Using a Web-Based Syllabus Platform for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs)

    AACP Newsletter Vol. 7(2): pp. 13-14.
    Wang Y, Shirodkar M, Wu M, Haworth I

    This article describes the use of AARDVARC© (Automated Approach to Reviewing and Developing Valuable Assessment Resources for your Curriculum) for advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs).

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