2012 CDM 1 - 2 Seminar - Syllabus(1)

2012 CDM 1 - 2 Seminar - Syllabus(1) - Comprehensive...

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Comprehensive Disease Management Seminar 1/2 PHMD 4588 Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences Department of Pharmacy Practice Spring 2012 COURSE DESCRIPTION Comprehensive Disease Management (CDM) Seminar 1/2 is designed to provide students with opportunities to apply concepts from CDM 1 and 2 to patient cases, special projects and other medication-related problems focusing on foundational aspects of pharmacy practice, identification of drug therapy problems, and diseases of the dermatologic, renal, respiratory and cardiovascular systems. The seminar will accompany CDM 1 and 2 and will facilitate accomplishment of the course objectives using an active learning format. While completing seminar work, students are expected to review, discuss, integrate and apply information presented in CDM lectures and readings as well as previous and concurrent course work. COURSE COORDINATOR Jenny A. Van Amburgh, PharmD, CDE Associate Clinical Professor [email protected] Office Hours: By appointment Michael Gonyeau, PharmD, BCPS Associate Clinical Professor [email protected] Office Hours: By appointment SEMINAR FACILITATORS & Room Locations Dr. Jenny Van Amburgh TAs: Chuck Berds Dr. Anastasia Manchette TAs: Erica Marini Aura Neidhardt Dr. Michael Gonyeau TAs: Daniel Felix Katie Trotta 237 Richards 243 Richards 311 Ell Dr. Joseph Falinski TAs: Kaylee Marino Liz Haftel Dr. Christine Chim TAs: Sara LaBella Chau Chu Dr. Maureen McQueeney TAs: Amanda Slowinski Rachel Filipek 005 Kariotis 140 West Village C 002 Snell Library CREDIT HOURS 1 SH CLOCK HOURS 8:30-11:30 AM, Wednesday COREQUISITES PHMD 4586 CDM Module 1 PHMD 4587 CDM Module 2 COURSE OBJECTIVES At the completion of the seminar series, the student should be able to: 1. Retrieve, integrate and apply information acquired from multiple sources to patient care and disease management problems. 2. Describe the implications of multiple medical problems on the therapeutic plan of a given patient. 3. Given a patient case, identify and prioritize drug-therapy problems and needs. 1
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4. Discuss the advantages, disadvantages, benefits and risks of various therapeutic options and ultimately, formulate a plan to address a specific problem or need. 5. Provide an evidence-based rationale to support a therapeutic recommendation. 6. Alter a therapeutic plan in response to changes in the clinical circumstances of a given patient. 7. Anticipate and describe a variety of possible outcomes that may occur as a result of a particular therapeutic plan. 8. Describe and conduct appropriate physical assessments to evaluate a particular disease state. 9. Actively participate in a group discussion with enthusiasm, professionalism, and a positive attitude. 10. Clearly and concisely communicate thoughts to peers and to other health professionals in a group setting using oral and written communication skills.
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