YEAR THREE

Year 3 Curriculum Schedule

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  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: Community (6 credits)

This experience allows students to apply didactic knowledge to direct patient care activities. Students will have the opportunity to provide clinical pharmacy services utilizing pharmacotherapy, evidence based medicine, and physical assessment in a community/retail setting. This experience will focus on disease state management, medication therapy management, non-prescription medications, and effective communication skills.

  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: Hospital/Health-System (6 credits)

This experience allows the opportunity for students to build on knowledge and skills acquired through didactic education and introductory pharmacy practice experiences and apply them in direct patient care activities in the adult medicine setting.

  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: Ambulatory Patient Care (6 credits)

This experience allows students to apply didactic knowledge to direct patient care activities. Students will have the opportunity to provide clinical pharmacy services in an outpatient setting. Students will concentrate on patient specific pharmacotherapy, evidence based medicine, and effective communications with patients and healthcare professionals.

  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: Inpatient Care (6 credits)

This experience allows students to apply didactic knowledge to direct patient care activities. Students will concentrate on patient specific pharmacotherapy, evidence based medicine, and effective communication with patients and healthcare professionals. Students will apply their knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics to optimize patient care in a hospital setting. This course takes place in an internal medicine/general medicine unit where patients are managed using a team-based approach.

  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: Elective (6 credits)

These experiences allow the student to choose from additional available learning experiences to customize their education. Students may choose clinical, advanced distributive, or non-patient care rotations that enhance their professional understanding and broaden their capabilities.