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Pharmacy (PHC)

Dean: Professor Letendre

305 Introduction to Information Technology in Pharmacy (3)

Introduction to and use of drug information databases in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. (Lec. 3)

317 Interactive Learning Session I (1)

Small group active learning sessions designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote communication and problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: third-year standing or permission of instructor.

327 Interactive Learning Session II (1)

Small group active learning designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote communication and problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: third-year standing permission of instructor.

417 Interactive Learning Session III (1)

Small group active learning designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote communication and problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: fourth-year standing or permission of instructor.

427 Interactive Learning Session IV (1)

Small group active learning designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote communication and problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: fourth-year standing or permission of instructor.

502 Drug Development (3)

Scientific and regulatory aspects of drug development from discovery to market, exemplified by URI research. (Lec. 3) Pre: graduate standing in pharmacy.

517 Interactive Learning Session V (1)

Small group active learning designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: fifth-year standing or permission of instructor.

527 Interactive Learning Session VI (1)

Small group active learning designed to reinforce progressively the basic science curriculum, promote communication and problem-solving skills, and enhance patient assessment and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. (Seminar) Pre: fifth-year standing or permission of instructor.

594 Advanced Experiential Tracking Experience (5)

Students will select one area to provide hands-on experience in acquiring, interpreting, and applying information to a specific practice field. This will be accomplished by collaborative work with a sponsor. Students should select one related topic area that will complete their tracking requirements. (Practicum) Pre: sixth-year standing in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program and completion of all required courses in the first 5 years of the program.


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