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Prct 577: Practice Skills Laboratory V


The purpose of this course is to offer students an expansion on abilities practiced in previous Practice Skills Laboratories at a level commensurante with the PY3 year in the Univerisity of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. Completion of Pracice Skills Laboratory V will assist in the achievement of each of the 11 core domain competencies required by the ACPE Accreditation Standards and Guidelines Appendix D prior to commencement of fourth year Advanced PharmacyPractice Experiences.

This course aims to fulfill domain competencies in a hands-on, practical manner, with an emphasis on skills needed in situations students are likely to encounter in the APPEs. Each activity addresses two or more core domains, with a focus on augmenting clinical knowledge with practical skills needed in various pharmacy settings.

2 Credits


  • Pre-requisite: Pharmacy PY3

Instruction Type(s)

  • Laboratory: Laboratory for Prct 577

Course Fee(s)

Pharmacy Practice 8

  • $10.00

Pharmacy Practice 10

  • $100.00
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