Nasim Sobhani
4402 Vine Circle
Rocklin, CA 95765
Cell phone: (949) 259-3095
nasim.sobhani@gmail.com
EDUCATION
• Doctor of ...
Outpatient Community Pharmacy
Preceptor: David Haddad, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Outpatient, Rancho Cordova, CA
October-No...
• Monitored and adjusted vancomycin dose , based on the patient renal function and vancomycin trough level
• Monitored and...
• Taught Cardiovascular and Diabetes Therapeutic and Molecular Biology to pharmacy students
Researcher
Faculty: Nooshabeh ...
• Practiced laboratory maintenance and quality assurance processes
Laboratory Technician
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Irvine, CA ...
• Generation RX, DEA presentation, DEA and California Northstate University College of Pharmacy April 2014
• Generation Rx...
• Educated patients on cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, cancer disease and lifestyle modification in order to manage
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  • 1. Nasim Sobhani 4402 Vine Circle Rocklin, CA 95765 Cell phone: (949) 259-3095 nasim.sobhani@gmail.com EDUCATION • Doctor of Pharmacy- Anticipated graduation May 2015 California Northstate University College of Pharmacy, Elk Grove, CA • Master of Science in Clinical Biochemistry September 2007 Beheshti Medical University, Tehran, Iran • Bachelor of Science in General Biology November 2001 Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran LICENCES and CERTIFICATES • Immunization license certified by Drug Store News Pharmacy Practice January 2012 • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR, certified by American Heart Association October 2011 • Pharmacy Intern certified by California Board of Pharmacy September 2011 • Clinical Laboratory Scientist certified by California Department of Public Health September 2011 • International Medical Technologist certified by American Society of Clinical Pathologist September 2011 ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE (APPE) Transitional Care Service Preceptors: Kathryn Garrison, PharmD, Nam Nguyen, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA January-February 2015 • Reviewed the hospital patients list on daily basis to identify the patients who have discharge order • Identified the patients who meet the criteria for Transitional Care Pharmacy service including stroke, heart failure, newly start warfarin patients and patients who have more than 9 medications in their discharge order • Reviewed patient profiles to ensure patients who are discharged have appropriate medication including dose, rout of administration, quantity, and medical supplies to ensure optimal care • Assessed whether the patient has an sufficient amount of medications if the patient was directed to continue the medication after discharge • Reconciled the quantity of medications dispensed in the hospital with what it was originally ordered • Reviewed patients immunization records to ensure all required vaccines are up to date • Reviewed patient outpatient follow ups including laboratory and physician appointments to ensure optimal care • Provided discharge medications at patient bedside, educated patient or care giver on the discharged medications, reviewed home medications, and answered patient questions and concerns Ambulatory Care Elective, Hepatitis C Clinic Preceptors: Kathryn Garrison, PharmD , Hien Bui, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Clinic, Roseville, CA November-December 2014 • Reviewed patient profiles to evaluate disease state to present to preceptor • Review patient profiles to initiate, monitor hepatitis C treatment under preceptor supervision • Followed up with patients to manage their chronic hepatitis C condition and prevent long term complications • Educated patients on hepatitis C medications • Taught hepatitis C class • Learned about the new Hepatitis C treatment options and the ongoing clinical trials of the future treatment regimens • Communicated with other healthcare providers to manage patients with chronic hepatitis C 1
  • 2. Outpatient Community Pharmacy Preceptor: David Haddad, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Outpatient, Rancho Cordova, CA October-November 2014 • Counseled patients on the proper use and indication of their new medications, addressed the possible side effects and answered their drug information concerns • Monitored patient medication profile for potential contraindication or drug interaction • Compounded and dispensed medications • Transferred and received prescriptions from other pharmacists and providers • Dispensed and inventoried scheduled and controlled II medications • Received and transcribed electronic prescriptions • Reviewed daily pharmacy performance reports with the preceptor Ambulatory Care Preceptors: Kathryn Garrison, PharmD, Amy Clark, PharmD and Hanh Xiong, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente, Chronic Disease Management and PHASE Clinic, Folsom, CA August-September 2014 • Reviewed and worked up patients with diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia into a SOAP format to present to the preceptors and to document the new interventions • Interviewed patients, reviewed their disease states and therapies, interpreted their laboratory results • Followed up with the patients regarding diabetes are management • Educated patient regarding life style modification and diabetes self-management • Evaluated the efficacy and possible side effects of existing medication therapies • Adjusted medications under preceptor supervision • Taught insulin start class, educated patients on the proper use of insulin, signs and symptoms, and proper management of hypoglycemia • Reviewed chronic disease states with preceptors and pharmacy resident • Answered drug information questions to pharmacists, pharmacy resident, and patients General Medicine Preceptors: Kathryn Garrison, PharmD, Nam Nguyen, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA July-August 2014 • Reviewed ICU patient charts to present to ICU pharmacist in SOAP format, recommended medication intervention as needed • Rounded with critical care physician and pharmacist, respiratory therapist, nurses, and nutritionist in ICU team to assess the ICU patients disease states and current therapies on daily basis • Reviewed patient charts in anticoagulation service, interpreted laboratory results, monitored therapies and possible drug and disease interaction with coagulation laboratory values • Intervened therapies, if needed, under supervision of anticoagulant pharmacist • Taught warfarin class to patients initiated on warfarin therapy • Rounded with multidisciplinary stroke team once or twice a week to manage stroke patients to minimize the consequence of the stroke and prevent further stoke • Worked with transitional care pharmacists, reviewed patient charts of the patients enrolled in the Transitional Care Pharmacy program to ensure optima care • Educated patients on discharge medications and life style modifications to improve their quality of life and reduce the risk of hospital readmission Hospital Pharmacy Practice Preceptor: Kathryn Garrison, PharmD, Nam Nguyen, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA May–June 2014 • Reviewed patient charts, immunization history, disease state and antimicrobial treatment to present to infectious disease pharmacist in a SOAP note format 2
  • 3. • Monitored and adjusted vancomycin dose , based on the patient renal function and vancomycin trough level • Monitored and adjusted aminoglycoside dose for patients taking these regimens • Presented the complicated patients with infectious disease issues to infectious disease physician and recommended modification in antibiotic therapy • Reported medication intervention and documented all new interventions • Reviewed daily microbiology reports of inpatient and outpatient settings to check the proper indication and dose of prescribed antibiotics • Worked with inpatient pharmacists to verify prescriptions • Reviewed overridden medications once daily to check the proper use and indication • Reported drug administration errors to the hospital QA system under preceptor supervision INTRODUCTORY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE (IPPE) Intern Pharmacist Preceptor: Hi Pam, PharmD, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, South Sacramento, CA January-February 2014 • Participated in departmental Crash Cart Medication switch project in updating the crash carts • Dispensed medications to the floors • Shadowed transitional care consultations • Shadowed IV preparations • Inventoried and out dated stock medications • Refilled, inventoried, and outdated Pyxis on the nursing floors Intern Pharmacist Preceptor: Heather Garigorian, PharmD, Sam’s Club Pharmacy, Folsom, CA September-December 2013 • Dispensed prescriptions • Consulted patients on new medication and OTC drugs • Inventoried scheduled and controlled II medications • Received medication order shipments • Educated patient on diabetes and high blood pressure management at monthly health fair • Provided recommendations on OTC products Intern Pharmacist Preceptor: Nazaneen Raouf, PharmD, Walgreens Pharmacy, Sacramento, CA December 2012 • Filled cells of automated machine and labeled the medications • Dispensed prescriptions • Consulted patients on new medications • Gave recommendations on OTC products • Administered flu vaccines to the patients Intern Pharmacist Preceptor: Vic Pathel, PharmD, Target Pharmacy, Davis, CA August-November 2012 • Counted pills and labeled the medications • Received and transferred prescriptions • Consulted patients on OTC medications • Re-stocked OTC products and prescription medications ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Tutor California Northstate University College of Pharmacy September 2012-May 2013 3
  • 4. • Taught Cardiovascular and Diabetes Therapeutic and Molecular Biology to pharmacy students Researcher Faculty: Nooshabeh Pejhan, PhD, Bizhan Noman pour, PhD, Beheshti Medical University, Tehran, Iran September 2005-September 2007 • Researched on the Master program thesis at the Biochemistry-Genetics Research Laboratory • Used RFLP method to study the GSTO gene in Alzheimer’s disease Research Assistant Faculty: Abolfazl Movafagh, PhD, Beheshti Medical University, Tehran, Iran September2004-September2007 • Assisted in the research projects at the Biochemistry-Genetics Research Laboratory Teaching Assistant September 2004-September 2007 Beheshti Medical University, Tehran, Iran • Taught Genetics and General Biology to undergraduate students • Set up study plans and prepared study materials for students taking national entrance exam for Master program Research Assistant September1998-November 2002 University of Shiraz, Shiraz, Iran • Worked in the Taxidermy Department of Natural Museum at Shiraz University WORK EXPERIENCE Clinical laboratory Scientist Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA May 2013-present • Perform quality control tests for chemistry, hematology, blood gas, urinalysis, and coagulation machines • Report critical results to providers • Work with Stroke Alert Team to perform and report the results of the stroke patients based on the hospital protocol • Review hematology slides, report the result and the abnormal cell seen • Review gram stain and microbiology slides, report the results, and any abnormalities to the providers • Review body fluid samples and slides and reported abnormal results to the prescribers • Perform drug test panel and reported the result • Perform Ora Quick HIV Rapid Antibody test • Perform Clostridium difficile test • Perform urinalysis test and report results to the providers Laboratory Technician Lab West/Lab Corp Medical Laboratories, Santa Ana, CA May 2008-August 2011 • Assisted in Molecular Biology Department to run and release the molecular test and results of patient specimens • Performed patient test in chemistry, hematology, coagulation, and urinalysis departments • Prepared reagents and specimens to perform molecular tests including: HIV, HCV, Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhea, Herpes simplex, Cystic fibrosis, and Swine flu H1N1 • Performed molecular and enzyme immune assays via Advia Centaur, Siemens and AXSYM, Abbott for HCV and HIV quantity and qualitative tests • Assisted in Chemistry department and processed the patient samples in Centaur, Modular machines • Assisted in hematology department and processed the blood specimens in Advia • Assisted in urinalysis department and processed the patient specimens 4
  • 5. • Practiced laboratory maintenance and quality assurance processes Laboratory Technician Bio-Rad Laboratories, Irvine, CA February 2007-May 2008 • Assisted in quality control processes of raw materials • Tested the quality control of the products • Applied immunochemistry and molecular techniques including Chromatographic separation, Flame photometer, Electrophoresis, Thermo Cycler and Light Cycler PCR to test the activity of the raw materials and the final products • Monitored and controlled environmental factors including air, surfaces, water, and good manufacture practice Laboratory Scientist Aramesh Medical Laboratory, Tehran, Iran October 2003-September 2007 • Processed clinical assays in genetic, chemistry, microbiology, hematology, and urinalysis departments and released the results of the patient specimens to providers Laboratory Scientist Dastgheib Hospital, Shiraz, Iran October 2001-August 2003 • Consulted patients on prenatal genetic disorder • Performed and reported diagnostic prenatal testing on Thalassemia and Hemophilia patients and disease carriers • Processed clinical assays and released the results of the patient specimens at chemistry, microbiology, urinalysis department • Detected and crossed match blood groups at blood bank department PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP • ACPE member of California Northstate University 2012-present • APHA, American Pharmacist Association 2013-present • CPhA, California Pharmaceutical Association 2011-present • NCPA, National Community Pharmacists Association 2012-2013 • SNPhA, Student National Pharmaceutical Association 2011-2012 • Team Based Learning Standing Committee, Admission Interview student chapter of California Northstate University 2011-2014 HONORS and PUBLICATIONS • California Northstate University College of Pharmacy, Pride Award 2011-2012 • Noman pour B., Sobhani N., Pejhan N.; The association between Glutathione S-transferase omega1 polymorphism and Alzheimer’s disease. The 9th Iranian Congress of biochemistry and the 2th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Shiraz, Iran October-November 2007 • Noman pour B., Ardehalli S., Motazedian M., Sobhani N.; Genomic diversity of Leishmania parasites isolated by RAPD-PCR. 17th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. ICC, Munich, Germany Mar-Apr 2007 • Ranked first in the National Entrance Exam of Master of Science in Biochemistry, among more than 1300 competitors, Iran September 2004 PROFESSIONAL MEETING ATTENDED • California Society of Health System Pharmacists Conference, San Francisco , CA October 2014 5
  • 6. • Generation RX, DEA presentation, DEA and California Northstate University College of Pharmacy April 2014 • Generation Rx Seminar, prevent, misuse, and abuse of RX medications, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy April 20, 2013 • California Pharmacist Association Conference Legislative day (SB 498), Sacramento Convention Center & Capital Building April 2013 • HIV/AIDS education and awareness event, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy November 2012 • ASHP Residency Seminar, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy November 2012 • “Pain Behind the Pain Killers, Empowering pharmacists to take action” Seminar, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy October 2012 • California Pharmacist Association Annual Meeting Outlook, Sacramento, CA February 2012 • PRIDE Seminar (CV Workshop), California Northstate University College of Pharmacy 2011 • Student Representative at Admission Interview, Team Based Learning Standing Committee, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy 2011-2014 PRESENTATIONS • Juornal club presentation on Hepatitis C Infection and Type I and II Diabetes Mellitus, Alessandro Antonelli, et al. For clinical pharmacists group, WebEx conference, Kaiser Permanente, Roseville, CA December 2014 • Management of High Blood Pressure in Adults, Overview of 2014 evidence-Based Guideline November 2014 For pharmacists, Kaiser Permanente Outpatient Pharmacy, Rancho Cordova, CA • Skin and Soft Tissue Infection, an Overview of 2014 Guideline October 2014 Weekly summit meeting for Faculty, pharmacy resident, pharmacy intern, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy • Management of Type II Diabetes Mellitus with Bariatric Surgery August 2014 Chronic Care and PHASE manager meeting for pharmacists and preceptors, pharmacy residents and intern, Kaiser Permanente, Roseville, CA • Intra-abdominal Infection June 2014 For preceptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA • Regulatory Issues in Health System Pharmacy Practice June 2014 For receptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA • Sterile Preparation and Admixture Program June 2014 For receptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA • Medication Distribution System May 2014 For receptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA • Pain Management Assessment July 2014 For receptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA • Acute Pain Management July 2014 To receptor and pharmacy intern, Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Roseville, CA PUBLIC HEALTH COMMUNITY SERVICES APhA Generation RX Information Session January 2014 UC Davis, Davis, CA • Educated pre-pharmacy students about the misuse and abuse of prescription drugs • Introduced the California Northstate University Mentor-Mentee program with pre-pharmacy students • Provided information about how to set up a health fair and the benefits of health fairs Health Fair, SNAPhA April 2013 “Healthy living for everyone”, Sacramento, CA 6
  • 7. • Educated patients on cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, cancer disease and lifestyle modification in order to manage these disease states • Educated patients on recycling unused medications • Educated patient on proper usage of OTC supplements, poison prevention and management Health Fair, SNPhA Community Service October 2012 California Northstate University, Rancho Cordova, CA • Provided and administrated flu shot to visitors • Educated patients on cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, cancer, hypertension and asthma disease state • Educated patients on recycling unused medications • Educated patient on OTC supplement use, poison prevention and management and the need of healthy diet PERSONAL INTERESTS • Certified swimming coach, Iran 2003 • Member of the university swimming team, Beheshti Medical University 2004-2007 • Member of the student basketball team, Shiraz University 1997-2001 LANGUAGE SKILLS • Farsi • English REFERENCES • Available upon request 7

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