Edith Mirzaian, PharmD

Title(s)Associate Dean of Curriculum/Director of Curriculum and Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
SchoolUSC School of Pharmacy
AddressPSC 508
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-9121
Phone+1 323 442 1345
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    Dr. Edith Mirzaian is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from the USC School of Pharmacy in 2001 and completed a residency in Community-based Pharmacy Practice in 2002. She is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist and holds the Certificate of Knowledge in Travel Health from the International Society of Travel Medicine. Dr. Mirzaian has served the USC Community-based Pharmacy Residency Programs in various capacities since 2005 including preceptor, site coordinator and residency program director.
    Dr. Mirzaian currently serves as the Assistant Dean of Curriculum at the USC School of Pharmacy, oversees the USC Community Pharmacy-based Patient Care Programs and coordinates and teaches in several courses in the Pharm.D. curriculum. Dr. Mirzaian established and served for 7 years as the Director of the USC Medication Management Center which provides health plans and PBMs solutions to exceed CMS-mandated medication therapy management (MTM) goals and improve medication adherence and patient satisfaction with MTM services.
    Dr. Mirzaian is a national faculty trainer for the American Pharmacists Association Pharmacy Based Immunization Training Program, Travel Health and Diabetes Care Program. She and has implemented numerous community pharmacy and clinic-based collaborative practice and patient care programs including travel health, diabetes, anticoagulation, hepatitis C, and smoking cessation clinics and multiphasic disease state screenings.

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    1. Finalizing the Work Related to the Curriculum Outcomes and Example Objectives and Entrustable Professional Activities (COEPA) Document: The Report of the 2022-2023 Academic Affairs Standing Committee. Am J Pharm Educ. 2023 08; 87(8):100560. Medina MS, Farland MZ, Conry JM, Culhane N, Kennedy DR, Lockman K, Malcom DR, Mirzaian E, Vyas D, Steinkopf M, Ragucci K. PMID: 37479116.
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    2. The AACP Academic Affairs Committee's Guidance for Use of the Curricular Outcomes and Entrustable Professional Activities (COEPA) for Pharmacy Graduates. Am J Pharm Educ. 2023 08; 87(8):100562. Medina MS, Farland MZ, Conry JM, Culhane N, Kennedy DR, Lockman K, Malcom DR, Mirzaian E, Vyas D, Steinkopf M, Ragucci K. PMID: 37423390.
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    3. The AACP Academic Affairs Committee's Final 2022 Curricular Outcomes and Entrustable Professional Activities (COEPA) for Pharmacy Graduates to Replace 2013 CAPE and 2016 EPAs. Am J Pharm Educ. 2023 08; 87(8):100558. Medina MS, Farland MZ, Conry JM, Culhane N, Kennedy DR, Lockman K, Malcom DR, Mirzaian E, Vyas D, Stolte S, Steinkopf M, Ragucci KR. PMID: 37423389.
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    4. Revising the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) Educational Outcomes and Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs): The Report of the 2021-2022 Academic Affairs Standing Committee. Am J Pharm Educ. 2023 01; 87(1):ajpe9453. Medina M, Stolte S, Conry J, Culhane N, Farland MZ, Kennedy DR, Lockman K, Malcom DR, Mirzaian E, Vyas D, Steinkopf M, Ragucci K. PMID: 36781184; PMCID: PMC10159604.
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    5. Exploring the Effect of Virtual Education on Student Pharmacists' Confidence toward APPE Readiness. Pharmacy (Basel). 2022 Sep 22; 10(5). Mirzaian E, White SJ, Karim M, Franson KL, Wu M, Wang Y. PMID: 36287439; PMCID: PMC9612274.
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    6. Mapping student perceptions of experiential interprofessional learning to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) competencies. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2022 02; 14(2):182-192. Ameripour D, Matthews M, Wang Y, Mirzaian E, Kim RE. PMID: 35190160.
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    7. Leading a Digital Transformation in Pharmacy Education with a Pandemic as the Accelerant. Pharmacy (Basel). 2021 Jan 12; 9(1). Mirzaian E, Franson KL. PMID: 33445718; PMCID: PMC7839048.
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    8. Impact of credentialing and provider privileges on clinical interventions made by advanced practice pharmacists in California. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2020 Sep - Oct; 60(5):663-668. Lu W, Arouchanova D, Dang R, Mirzaian E. PMID: 32448744.
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    9. Implementation and assessment of a pilot, community pharmacy-based, opioid pain medication management program. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2020 May - Jun; 60(3):497-502. Manzur V, Mirzaian E, Huynh T, Lien A, Ly K, Wong H, Wang M, Lou M, Durham M. PMID: 31926871.
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    10. Clinical Pharmacy Services in a Multidisciplinary Specialty Pain Clinic. Pain Pract. 2019 03; 19(3):303-309. Semerjian M, Durham MJ, Mirzaian E, Lou M, Richeimer SH. PMID: 30403432.
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    11. Mosquito-borne illnesses in travelers: a review of risk and prevention. Pharmacotherapy. 2010 Oct; 30(10):1031-43. Mirzaian E, Durham MJ, Hess K, Goad JA. PMID: 20874041.
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