Lenore Coleman, Pharm.D., CDE, FASHP
Lenore Coleman received her Bachelor of Arts from Revelle College, University of California, San Diego and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of California, San Francisco. She completed an ASHP approved residency in Ambulatory Care at the USC School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Coleman has been a practicing pharmacist for over 28 years and has worked as a clinical pharmacist in Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Long Term Care, and Community Pharmacy settings. Within each of these practices, Dr. Coleman has focused on the care and management of people with diabetes.
Dr. Coleman was Chief of Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Services at the VA Sepulveda Medical Center. There she was responsible for the coordination of seven clinical pharmacists, four primary care residents and the Patient Ambulatory Care and Education (PACE) clinical pharmacy program.
Dr. Coleman holds the title of Associate Professor at the Xavier College of Pharmacy and Research Fellow at the Center of Excellence, Howard School of Pharmacy. A certified diabetes educator (CDE) of 10 years, Dr. Coleman provides education and training of “at risk” populations nationwide. In March 1996, Dr. Coleman became a Fellow of the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists which represents sustained excellence in a practice area for more than 10 years.
A recognized expert in the areas of Diabetes, Cardiovascular risk-reduction as well as medication adherence, Dr. Coleman has numerous publications in these areas and presents at both national and international forums.
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Provide assistance with on-line web-casting of medical education to consumers and health care professionals.