This course is offered 100% online every fall, spring and summer term!
PHA6935 – History in Pharmacy Leadership
Will trace the history and people behind the transformation of pharmacy profession. Integrated will be insights on leadership characteristics that helps facilitate transformation.
Terms offered: Fall, Spring and Summer (starting Spring 2021)
Course dates (Spring 2021): January 11th, 2021 – April 18th, 2021
- 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 2||Mentorship plan – goals|
|Week 3||Roots of Clinical Pharmacy 1900-1959|
|Week 5||Transformation to Clinical Pharmacy 1970-1979|
|Week 10||Transformation of profession|
|Week 11||The Future – Workforce, Education, Practice|
$575 per credit hour plus student fees
Questions regarding course content?
Contact the instructor, Dr. Therese Poirier
Questions about the application and registration process?
Elenbaas R, Worthen D, Webb E. Clinical Pharmacy in the United States. Transformation of a Profession. ACCP. 2019. 2nd edition
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