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Dr. Diana Rangaves is Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D). She graduated from the University of California, San Francisco and specializes in pharmacotherapy management. Diana has a broad range of acute clinical background and ambulatory care. She was an academic college professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. As a Clinical Pharmacist she is focused on chronic or disease state management.
She has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare and over 15 years’ as an academic professor; teaching critical thinking, ethics, pharmacology, addiction, behavior patterns, pharmacy, and nursing. She owns ClinicalConsultantServices.com and DianaRangaves.com, of which Doctopedia is a client, and volunteers as the Clinical Director for ARISE Africa Foundation, which specializes in adult education and reduction of STD/HIV in Nigeria. Royalties from her ethics, values books benefit charities: The Adventures of Rosy Posy Papillion benefit PapHavenRescue.org. Santa Rosa Junior College benefits from Escape into Excellence, and Embrace Your Excellence.
Dr. Diana is a pharmacist, philanthropist, and ethics professor turned writer. An accomplished educator, award-winning teacher, and business professional, she uses her powers for good.
She has work appearing in numerous venues, including children’s picture books, medical, pharmaceutical books, academic books, and scholarly articles.
She is actively working on the Ethical Hacker ~ Acidemia a political suspense thriller novel; we wish we could say more!
Former Executive Editor and Chief Content Officer for the digital magazine, Healthcare Worldwide Central, she earned her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of California, San Francisco.
Selected career experiences include:
Diana is a foster mom for PapHavenRescue.org and lives in California with her dogs and pasture pets, in their forever home.
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