PHCY 1212 - Information, Technology, and Safety
Cr Hrs: 2 (2-0-0)
This course provides the student pharmacist with an introduction to drug information, informatics, and medication safety. Materials covered in this course will include identification, classification, and utilization of drug information resources and practical use of drug information skills in a variety of practice settings. In addition, other topics will include basic concepts of informatics and medication safety, highlighting the application of drug information and informatics to improve medication safety.
This course will also facilitate the use of concepts in practice case settings, allowing students to use knowledge gained in the lecture presentation to apply in a real-time case format. Overall, the goal of the course will be to expose students to the baseline concepts and knowledge to recognize the correlation between application of drug information, informatics, and medication safety.
May repeat one time.
Grade Mode: Standard
Instructional Method: Lecture
Location offered: Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville
Term offered: Spring
Spring - Instructor of Record: James Wheeler
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