The IPPE sequence provides the Doctor of Pharmacy student the opportunity to observe and practice a variety of professional activities in multiple pharmacy settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and research. This course marks the end of the third and final level of progressive IPPE activities where students are to complete a minimum of 150 hours of experiential education throughout their third professional year. PHM 662 represents the spring semester requirement of the P3 year. Students will be asked to perform and complete tasks including but not limited to, patient and interprofessional interactions, dispensing techniques, formulating pharmaceutical preparations, patient counseling, drug delivery devices, medication therapy management, service learning, medication error prevention and reporting, pharmacoinformatics, and wellness clinics. The theme of this particular course continues to be ¿mini-APPE¿ rotations, meaning it will attempt to mimic and directly prepare students for the full-time advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPE) which takes place the following year. A P3 student will complete minimally 40-55 hours of experiential education during the spring semester. All students will also participate in group reflection sessions, various professional training and related assignments, case studies, as well as the continuation of documenting and reflecting on all experiences via their IPPE journal. These experiences and related activities will continue to be integrated with the doctor of pharmacy curriculum to further enhance their clinical skills and contribute to their overall development as a pharmacy healthcare professional. At the conclusion of this semester, each student will have completed a minimum of 150 hours during their third professional year and a total of at least 300 hours of IPPE activities since starting pharmacy school.