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Phcy 682: Pharmacy Practice Applications VI

School of Pharmacy

This course provides students with the experience of applying the pharmacy practice components taught throughout the didactic component of the professional pharmacy courses. The course emphasizes active learning for integration and application of curricular content and incremental development of professional and general abilities. Students will participate in learning activities to further develop skills in patient- centered care while serving as collaborative interprofessional team members. Learners will build upon knowledge from content covered in the P1 year, P2 year, and fall P3 year of the pharmacy school curriculum. Additionally, students will further develop, integrate, and apply knowledge from concepts/skills covered in the concurrent P3 courses. Ultimately, this course should better prepare students to be ready for APPE rotations.

1 Credit


  • Pre-Requisite P3 Status

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture/Lab: Lecture/Lab for Phcy 682
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