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|PHA 445 - Pharmacotherapeutics VI|
This is course is the last in a series of six Pharmacotherapeutics courses. The sequence addresses the principles of Pharmacotherapeutics and the functional consequences of major diseases. Discussions will focus on therapeutic problem solving, and the evaluation of drugs commonly used in clinical practice. Emphasis includes the individualization of pharmacotherapy, the selection of appropriate drug regimen with its efficacy and monitoring parameters, and the assessment and determination of therapeutic endpoints. Disease prevention, patient counseling, and pharmacoeconomic issues will be an integral part of each disease state management. This course focuses on hematology and oncology, neurology and men’s health. Prerequisites: PHA210, PHA313, PHA316, PHA320, PHA398 and PHA430 and Corequisite: Professional Year 2 status. [3 cr.].
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Tutorial
Pharmacy Practice Department