PHAR 6786: Acute Patient Care Pharmacotherapy

3.4 Credits

Course prepares students to approach patients with multiple medical problems and the dynamic changes that patients can experience in the acute care settings. Students will then learn about the pharmacotherapy approach related to managing those disease states/conditions. Students will be expected to develop therapeutic plans for patient case scenarios at the onset of a hospital admission as well as additional problem that could present over the course of a hospitalization or result in readmission. Additional scenario problems will be incorporated into the cases as the course progresses and the cases and problems will become more complex. By the end of the course, students will have had an opportunity to address multiple medical problems and make pharmacotherapy decisions and will be evaluated based on those decisions. Knowledge gained in this course will prepare students for the APPE acute care/institutional rotation. prereq: successful completion of all 1st year, 2nd year, and fall 3rd year coursework

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