Spring 2008 Syllabus - all sections

Spring 2008 Syllabus - all sections - ST. JOHNS UNIVERSITY...

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ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AND ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS Department of Clinical Pharmacy Practice Faculty: Emily Ambizas, Pharm.D. Danielle Ezzo, Pharm.D., BCPS Maria Marzella Sulli, Pharm.D. Damary Torres, Pharm.D., BCOP I. Course Title: Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care II. Course Number: CPP 3201 Day Time Course Number Course Coordinator Wednesday 10:10 – 12:10 10952 Dr. Ezzo Friday 8 – 10 am 12395 Dr. Ambizas Friday 10:10 – 12:10 10953 Dr. Sulli CPP 3201: Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care SYLLABUS
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CPP 3201: Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care Spring 2008 III. Course Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the concept of pharmacist-managed/patient-oriented pharmacy services directed at providing effective, safe and cost effective drug therapy via outcomes monitoring and assessment. IV. Lecture Hours / Week : Lecture Supplementary Assignments* 1 st Lecture Hour x 15 Weeks 15 hours 30 hours 2 nd Lecture Hour x 15 Weeks 15 hours 30 hours Total 30 hours 60 hours Total Semester Hours = 90 hours V. Course Credit: 2 VI. Course Objectives : Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Define the concept of pharmaceutical care. 2. Adhere to the Principles of Pharmacotherapy when making decisions regarding pharmaceutical care. 3. Describe the thought process involved in processing prescriptions in the inpatient and outpatient settings. 4. Identify and categorize common drug therapy problems appropriately. 5. Discuss the importance of pharmacist-patient communication and describe various techniques for effective communication. 6. Effectively utilize the Interactive Approach to Patient Counseling 7. Perform an organized symptom assessment. 8. Assess a patient’s adherence to medication regimen. 9. Provide patient education to improve adherence with a medication regimen. VII. Assessment : Midterm Exam 40% Final Exam 40% Counseling Workshop 10% Care Plan/ MTM 5% Reflection Paper 5% Total 100% VIII. Workshops/Discussion/Assignments: There will be 2 workshops during the semester. Attendance at the workshops/ discussion is MANDATORY . Failure to attend will result in a grade of zero (0). No exceptions. Students are 2
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CPP 3201: Introduction to Pharmaceutical Care Spring 2008 expected to arrive to the workshops ON TIME. Anyone arriving late may receive a grade of zero on the assignment. The workshop will focus on skills development and application of information that was presented in the didactic portion of the course. Students will simulate the role of pharmacists and patients to solve problems, assess situations, and communicate effectively. The discussion will focus on sharing thoughts and experiences with your fellow classmates and professors about the patient activities you participated in throughout the semester. Simulated patient cases will be assigned and students are required to prepare the case for presentation during the discussion. Your participation is expected! Patient Interview/ MTM:
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