PHAR 6728: Pharmaceutical Calculations

0.7 Credit

Accurately performing pharmaceutical calculations is a critical component of patient care in every pharmacy practice environment. Calculations contribute just as much to good patient outcomes as the newest methods and guidelines for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The challenge of pharmacy calculations lies not in the cutting edge of science or their mathematical complexity, but in the need for consistent accuracy to prevent patient harm and possible fatality. To obtain this level of accuracy, an understanding of methods and deliberate, undivided attention to detail is required. Students must understand and master the basic concepts of pharmaceutical calculations with organization, consistency, and accuracy in order to provide optimal care to their future patients every day. Students should be committed to becoming a competent generalist practitioner who assumes responsibility and is willing to be held accountable for their patients’ medication outcomes. prereq: enrolled in the Pharm.D. program, successful completion of Phar 6700

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