Pharmacist Interventions in Improving Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Among the Underrepresented Population: A Collaborative Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice (CAPP) Approach

We are pleased to inform that Dr. Mok Chong, Chair and Professor of School of Pharmacy, Clinical and Administrative Sciences’ article entitled “Pharmacist interventions in improving clinical outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus among the underrepresented population: A collaborative ambulatory care pharmacy practice (CAPP) approach” has been published in “Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice”.
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Mok Chong

Dr. Mok Chong

Dr. Chong is a licensed pharmacist in the states of California, Michigan, and Hawaii. He currently serves as the Dean of General Education and Chair for Clinical & Administrative Science of School of Pharmacy. Before joining AUHS in 2011, Dr. Chong served on the pharmacy faculty at the University of Hawaii for three years. Dr. Chong also holds a Ph.D degree in practical ministry from Heritage University & Seminary. He is a licensed pharmacist and has been practicing community and ambulatory care pharmacy practice in California, Michigan, Hawaii and Malaysia. Dr. Chong is also an ordained pastor in the US. Dr. Chong had held a number of pharmacy managerial positions at various pharmacies and corporations in different cultural settings prior to becoming a pharmacy educator.


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