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Elizabeth Tinoco, PharmD

PGY1/MS Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership


Elizabeth Tinoco

Education

Pharmacy School: University of California, San Francisco 

Hometown

Miami, FL

Research

Development & Implementation of a Standardized Process for Identifying Acute Care Pharmacy Clinical Outcomes Measures

Why UNC

Pursuing residency through UNC Health signifies the opportunity to become a well-versed pharmacist. The program emphasizes the importance of teaching through multiple avenues, offers experiences in a plethora of specialties, and provides access to strong pharmacy leaders and clinicians. Being in an academic hospital setting, pharmacy residents are integrated immediately into interdisciplinary healthcare teams to tend to a diverse patient population as well. HSPAL residents are immersed in targeted research with the aim of improving the current UNC Health System while also concurrently developing research and leadership skills through the adjunct master’s program. Administrative and managerial adeptness is also prioritized through practical application during the PGY2 component. With all the available opportunities for growth, I am excited to implement my skills to improve patient outcomes, cultivate equity, and advocate for the progression of the profession.  

Email Elizabeth at Elizabeth.Tinoco@unchealth.unc.edu

For more information contact:

Kamakshi Rao

Kamakshi Rao, PharmD, BCOP, CPP, FASHP
Assistant Director, Academic Enterprises and Research Programs