Veterinary Pharmacy – 100% online
PHA6935 – Veterinary Pharmacy
This one-of-a-kind course serves as the premier source for education of pharmacy students in veterinary pharmacy utilizing distance education. The courses allow all interested students the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in this growing field of veterinary pharmacy and veterinary therapeutics. In the 15+ years that the course has been offered, over 3000 pharmacy students have participated from 60 different schools of pharmacy in North America. Offered every fall, spring and summer semester.
- Equip students with a knowledge base on the clinical uses and indications of human and veterinary labeled medications in the treatment of diseases affecting animal patients.
- Enable students to recall common animal disease states affecting companion animals with emphasis on pharmacotherapy options.
- Focus on the unique legal and regulatory issues that affect the practice of veterinary pharmacy.
- Discover, explore and apply of text and internet-based veterinary-specific resources to support students in their ability to problem solve when filling animal prescriptions.
- Communicate effectively with animal owners and veterinarians to: meet state-mandated counseling requirements, ensure patient safety, and solve drug administration problems.
- Discuss current topics in veterinary medicine and veterinary pharmacy.
|Week 1||First Week of Class|
|Week 2||Legal and Regulatory|
|Week 3||Veterinary Informatics|
|Week 5||KCS, Anti-Infectives|
|Week 6||Thyroid Disorders, CHF|
|Week 7||Epilepsy, Urinary Incont|
|Week 8||Exam #1|
|Week 9||EPI, Separation Anxiety|
|Week 10||Osteoarthritis, Otitis Externa|
|Week 11||Adrenal Diseases, Heartworm Preventatives, Flea/Tick|
|Week 12||Chemotherapy, TPN|
|Week 13||Human/Animal Bond|
|Week 14||Analgesics and Anesthetics|
|Week 15||Public Health, Exam #2|
Questions regarding course content?
Contact the instructor Dr. Elaine Blythe firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about the application and registration process?
No Textbooks are required for this class.
Distance Education and UF Online Students enjoy the same library privileges as on-campus students.