PHAR 7355: Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience 5 – AS/IMUS

2 Credits

Improving Medication Use Systems Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IMUS-IPPE) is an 80-hour early experiential offering that exposes and advances student understanding of quality improvement in patient care in one of many possible pharmacy practice settings. All students will complete an IMUS-IPPE during one of the semesters during their P3 year. The purpose of the IMUS-IPPE is to give students the opportunity to develop continuous quality improvement (CQI) knowledge and skills via self-directed learning and participation in CQI initiatives projects in practice under the preceptorship of a pharmacist. Students will contribute to CQI initiatives improving patient care by participating on a project while learning about the organizations collective efforts related to quality improvement. Advanced Selective Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (AS-IPPE) is an 80-hour early experiential offering that exposes and advances student understanding of direct patient care in one of many possible pharmacy practice settings. All students will complete an AS-IPPE during one of the semesters during their P3 year. The purpose of the AS-IPPE is to introduce pharmacy students to direct patient care unique from dispensing functions in any pharmacy setting providing direct patient care. To complement their didactic curriculum, experiential rotations allow students to see pharmacy in action. Students completing an AS-IPPE will have the opportunity to focus their learning on a specific pharmacy interest area and related patient care clinical skills under the guidance of a preceptor.

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