Pharmacy College of Pharmacy - 0004
Ph.D: The Ohio State University 1971
B.Sc.(Pharm.): University of British Columbia 1963
Evaluation studies, assessing the performance of pharmacists and pharmacy systems in traditional and newer drug-related roles. Study of the values, attitudes, personality, self-concept of pharmacists as these relate to enhanced or inhibited role development, effective interpersonal communication and occupational change in independent pharmacies, chain drug-stores, hospital, nursing home and other institutional settings. Particular interest in the client service implications and impact on safe and effective drug therapy.
1994 -2006 Professor Social and Administrative Sciences, Division Of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
1990 -1994 Chairman, Graduate Program Director And Professor Of Social and Administrative Sciences, Division Of Pharmacy Practice Administration ,
1985 -1990 Graduate Program Director, And Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, Division Of Pharmacy Practice And Administration, University Of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
1984 -1985 Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, Project Director, University Of Puerto , San Juan, P.R.
1982 -1984 Visiting Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, University Of Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R.
1977 -1982 Associate Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, Research Associate National Center For Health Services, University Of North Carolina , Chapel Hill.
1975 -1977 Assistant Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, Director Of Continuing Pharmacy Education, University Of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
1971 -1975 Manager Of Medical Information Systems U.S.Pharmacopeial , Convention Inc, Rockville, Maryland
1971 -1975 Adjunct Assistant Professor Of Pharmacy Administration, University Of Maryland , Baltimore.
1963 -1970 Hospital Pharmacy Research, University Of Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock
1963 -1970 Data Processing Consultant, American Society Of Hospital Pharmacists, Bethesda
1963 -1970 Computer Programmer, Ohio State University Computer Center, Columbus, Ohio
Investigators:Jang, Raymond 07-01-2003 -06-30-2004 American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Risedronate in Glucocorticoid Induced Osteoporosis Role:PI $5,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit
Grant: #PHARMUPJ-01-01-A0-S0-E0 Investigators:Jang, Raymond 03-01-1997 -06-30-2001 Pharmacia & Upjohn Company Establishing Valid and Reliable Measures of Quality of Life and Patient Satisfaction for DCM Outcomes Research in Erectile Dysfunction Role:PI $11,500.00 Closed Level:Industry
Health Care Researcher,Pharmacy Educator,Pharmacist,Social Scientist,Evaluation and Measurement in Psychology,Personality Measurement,Attitudes,Self-concept,Self-esteem,And Racial Identification,Quality of Work Life,Verbal and Non-verbal Interpersonal Communication,Death and Dying,Separation,Grief,And Loss,Business Communication,Non-verbal Communication,Persuasion,Professionalization,Medical Sociology,Social Change,Interpersonal Theory and Practice