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PHM 550LEC Pharmacy Leadership

Lecture

There exists a critical leadership shortage within the profession of pharmacy. PHM 550 is a 1 credit course designed for students enrolled at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy. The course is scheduled to meet during the fall semester. The primary goal of this course is to provide students identified as the future leaders of our profession with the tools necessary to develop their ability to effectively lead others, inside and outside their profession. Students will be assigned introductory readings in the following areas: identifying one¿s strengths; people skills, personalities, and networking; relationships and working effectively with others; team-building and team-managing; professionalism and ethics; supervising, managing, and leading; developing a professional practice vision, setting goals, and establishing priorities; and, integrating one¿s personal life and career. Students keep a reflective journal or complete an assignment for each reading, detailing: what they learned from the reading; the statement, passage or quote that was most profound to them; and an example detailing how they incorporated what they learned into their professional life. Classroom discussions will be student led, facilitated by the course coordinator, and will be based on readings, reflective journal exercises, and cases.

Credits: 1
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Typically Offered: Varies
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Published: Aug 15, 2022 10:44:52