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PHM 515LLB Pharmaceutical Care 1


Pharmaceutical Care 1 introduces the basic fundamentals of the pharmacy profession and practice to the first professional year student (P1). The main focus of this course is professional communication. The student will learn basic skills needed to enter the profession as an intern. Skills to be developed in the fall semester (PHM 515, Pharmaceutical Care 1) include communication and motivation interviewing (including patient counseling), retrieval of drug information in various databases, prescription checking, proper use of various devices for the treatment of pulmonary conditions, locate information within a medical chart, enhance skills toward the provision of care in a culturally competent clinical practice, medication reconciliation and transitions of care, technique to prevent medication errors and increase patient safety, and fundamental skills of the inpatient and outpatient pharmacy settings.

Credits: 3
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Typically Offered: Varies
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Published: Aug 15, 2022 10:44:52