Dr. Chen's responsibilities include the provision of disease management and consultative services and coordination of clerkship students at several safety net clinics. Pharmacist-run disease management services provided include asthma, dyslipidemia, diabetes, hypertension, and heart failure. His lecture topics for theS School of Pharmacy and postgraduate education include asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthritis, dyslipidemia, and other cardiovascular diseases.
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I believe it is a position with great responsibility and has some say in the direction where pps is going, and that’s exactly what I want
How are you different from everyone else? Why should we pick u over others
I consider myself a leader, because I stick up for what I believe in regardless of the repercussions. I also am not set in my ways. Many people who claim to be leaders always think they have the right answer and are not easily swayed because they don't listen to others opinions. I am always looking for something better than what I have. If you have an idea I will listen to it and seriously think it through, if in the end I decide that it is better than what I currently have, I switch.
What will you do for more attendance in meetings?
There are two ways I believe we can better attendance, one is having a couple of suggested time periods of the week (decided by the board) and present it to the members as an option in the beginning of the school year, in order to see which time fits best for everyone. Also increasing the