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Daniel Trinh

4856 West Didion Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85742 Phone: 520-461-8446 Email: dtrinh@pharmacy.arizona.edu

OBJECTIVE To become a pharmacy intern where I can learn and expand my knowledge of prescriptions, patients, management, and overall the pharmaceutical field. I aspire to become a professional pharmacist and use the skills I learned in the College of Pharmacy to better healthcare. EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS 2013 Present University of Arizona, College of Pharmacy 2007 2013 2005 2010 Pima Community College Pre-pharmacy University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, Major in Physiology

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES 2013 Pharmacy Intern License, Arizona Pharmacy Board 2011 Pharmacy Technician Trainee, Arizona Pharmacy Board Certified for basic training in a pharmacy setting dealing with drug usage in preparation for pharmacy technician licensure. 2010 CPR certified (will be renewed in 2013) SKILLS Public speaking and presentations. Supply and inventory management Health care skills including: Health assessments and care plans, clinical calculations, CPR, Palliative care, nursing home care. understanding of patient needs and individual cultures Capable of performing under emergency situations. Knowledgeable in Lab techniques and procedures. Efficient skills in Microsoft word and Microsoft Powerpoint. Work Experience: Pharmacy Technician at Osco Pharmacy April 2013 Present Processing prescriptions using Oscos pharmacy computer system Supply order and inventory drug management Patient/customer interaction at counter and via phone Basic insurance handling/ resolving payment issues Cashier experience Prescription filing

Volunteer/ Extra curricular activities: October 2011 - Present: Apothecary Shop of Tucson Responsible for filing prescriptions in organized manner, Assisted in drug sorting and labels, Removal and recycle of expired drugs and compounds, management of supply. Developed skills in communications with patient, understanding of prescriptions and compounding orders. Learned techniques concerning customer services. Became familiar in drug assortments. September 2009 - November 2010 : Tucson Medical Center

Exemplified and followed safety protocols and procedures Front desk receptionist for labor and delivery patients. Responsible for filing paperwork, handling emergency situations with patients requiring immediate assistance. Communications with patients and their needs. 2005 - 2010 2008 - 2009 2008 2005 -2009 2006- 2009 2009 2008 Active member and Historian for the Vietnamese Student Association culture club. General Chemistry preceptor and tutor Web designer for the Japanese Student Association Active member of various culture clubs including Filipino American Student Association, Asian American Student Association. Active member in health clubs including Pharmacy, physiology, and chemistry club. Assisted in Tucson Meet Yourself event and Spring Fling. volunteered in the Valor hospice palliative program assisting elderly and their needs.

REFERENCES: Dr. Kenneth Berry Pharmacist at The Apothecary Shop of Tucson contact available upon request Dr. Cholik Chan email: University of Arizona Aerospace Engineer Professor, Faculty Fellow cholik@email.arizona.edu

Dr. Scott Cowell Pima Community college Organic Chemistry Professor email: scowell@pima.edu Dr. Wayne Wesolowski University of Arizona Chemistry Professor email: weso@email.arizona.edu