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PHM 516LLB Self-Care Therapeutics


The courses in the first professional year of pharmacy school introduce the basic fundamentals of the pharmacy profession and practice to students. Topics to be introduced in the fall semester (PHM 515, Pharmaceutical Care 1) include (but are not limited to) communication and motivation interviewing (including patient counseling), electronic drug databases, and prescription checking. The spring semester (PHM 516, Self-Care Pharmacotherapeutics) focuses on self-care of common ambulatory care conditions and will include identification of patients who are candidates for self-care, exclusions for selfcare, and selection of over-the-counter therapy and general care measures. Students in the first professional year (P1) will be exposed to didactic lectures as well as a practicum which includes clinical skills exercises such as prescription counseling and drug delivery device training where techniques will be learned and competency will be assessed.

Credits: 2
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Typically Offered: Spring
Requisites: Pre-Requisites: PHM 515 Co-Requisites: PHM 501
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Published: Aug 15, 2022 10:44:52