PRACTICE ADVANCEMENT AND CLINICAL EDUCATION (PACE)
This inter-professional course focuses on understanding roles, teamwork, and communication to improve patient safety within the health care environment. National standards and initiatives will be foundational to the course.
This course provides service learning opportunities to apply pharmacy practice within the context of interprofessional care for vulnerable populations through participation with local clinic programs. Enrollment is required for participation in any aspect of clinic programs. Enrollment is restricted to Pharmacy students.
Provides comprehensive immunization education, discusses strategies to develop, implement, and maintain pharmacy-based immunization services, and provides opportunities to practice administration of subcutaneous and intramuscular injections.
This course introduces pharmacy students to teaching and learning theories and concepts that may be used during future teaching opportunities and assist in the development of lifelong learning techniques.
This course examines the expanded role of pharmacists in the community setting with the focus on integrating their pharmacotherapy knowledge into the Medication Therapy Management role.
This course provides formal instruction on critical components of evaluation research, study design, and data analyses that a Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a specialization in health system pharmacy administration graduate will need in the workplace.
Graduate student status in the MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Health-System Pharmacy Administration subplan) program required. This course focuses on principles of leadership and strategies used by leaders, with an emphasis in health-system pharmacy. Active learning strategies are used to examine and model leadership principles.
MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences students with a specialization in Health-System Pharmacy Administration. This course will focus on the Foundational Practices of a Successful Health-System Department of Pharmacy. Topics covered include medication safety, pharmacy informatics, and human resources management.
Introducing students to the principles of leadership and strategies used by leaders, regardless of position or pharmacy practice setting, and helps prepare student pharmacists to meet the leadership challenge. Active learning strategies are used to examine and model leadership principles. Instructors will lead discussions on various topics pertaining to leadership.
MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences students only. This course provides an overview of the current financial environment in the health care industry and is intended to familiarize students with general accounting principles and financial management skills required to lead and manage pharmacy services in a health care organization.
MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences students with a specialization in Health-System Pharmacy Administration. This course is designed to expose participants to real world issues facing health system pharmacy leaders and to teach participants to work through concepts, processes, and challenges that are and will be faced.
This course is intended to build on the basic principles of pharmacy operations learned through coursework and experience as professional students as well as work experience.
Independent Study in the Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education.