NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

198 College of Pharmacy medication safety, and insurance adjudication. Students will participate in continual quality improvement processes and create improvement opportunities based on data. Students will have the opportunity to guide patients with self-care and medication self-administration. They will counsel patients on prescription, nonprescription medications, and nondrug therapy alternatives. Students will present patient cases, provide formal presentations, participate in informal topic discussions, complete assigned projects, and perform and document pharmacist activities (e.g., immunization, patient counseling, disease state and medication therapy management, adverse drug reaction reporting, and documentation of medication errors). Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (0-240-6) PHRC 7750/ 7760/ 7770/7780—APPE: Elective I/Elective II/Elective III/Elective IV (Optional) The Elective Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) is a six-week, full-time (minimum 40 hours per week), out-ofclassroom, supervised experience that may emphasize direct or indirect patient care in an outpatient, inpatient, or officebased practice setting or nonpatient-care, pharmacy-related activity. Students complete a total of three elective experiences in practice specialty areas that will allow them to obtain focused experiences in a broad range of settings. Elective experiences include, but are not limited to, administration/leadership, critical care, infectious disease, managed care, centralized pharmacy practice, nutritional support, psychiatry, medication safety, informatics, cardiology, and specialty pharmacy. Students will be expected to communicate effectively with stakeholders verbally and in writing. Students may present patient cases, provide formal education presentations, participate in informal topic discussions, complete assigned projects, and perform and document pharmacist activities. Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (0-240-6) PHRC 7801—Curricular Review I The primary goal for the professional development capstone course series is to assess and strengthen students’ knowledge and skills developed during the pharmacy curriculum. In Curricular Review I, students review and assess their knowledge and skills in preparation for the NAPLEX. Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (16-0-1) PHRC 7802—Curricular Review II The primary goal for the professional development capstone course series is to assess and strengthen students’ knowledge and skills developed during the pharmacy curriculum. In Curricular Review II, students review and assess their knowledge and skills in preparation for the NAPLEX. Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (16-0-1) PHRC 7803—Curricular Review III Students will prepare for the NAPLEX by completing assigned practice problems, a required pre-NAPLEX examination, and week), out-of-classroom, supervised, outpatient experience emphasizing individualized patient care. The experience is designed to optimize students’ competency in pharmacistprovided patient care, interprofessional collaboration, utilization of evidence-based medicine, communication, and patient education. Students apply pharmacotherapeutic principles, disease-related knowledge, dosing guidelines, best practice standards, and site-specific procedures to identify therapeutic problems, and to implement and monitor patient care plans in collaboration with health care teams. Students will be expected to communicate effectively in writing through documentation in the patients’ medical records and verbally using communication techniques such as motivational interviewing, coaching, and patient education and counseling. Students will present patient cases, provide formal education presentations, participate in informal topic discussions, complete assigned projects, and perform and document pharmacist activities (e.g., patient histories, transitions of care, therapeutic interventions, and creation of treatment plans). Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (0-240-6) PHRC 7730—APPE: Advanced Hospital The Advanced Hospital Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) is a six-week, full-time (minimum 40 hours per week), out-of-classroom, supervised, operational and management experience in an institutional setting. This experience is designed to optimize students’ competency in all aspects of the Medication-Use Process and health care delivery while emphasizing the interprofessional dynamics of the health system setting. Students will be exposed to the application of management principles for oversight of pharmacy personnel, institutional policy/procedure, drug procurement/inventory, formulary management, clinical programs, development of standards of care, medication safety programs, and dispensing of sterile products. Students will be expected to communicate effectively with stakeholders verbally and in writing. Students will present case studies, provide formal education presentations, participate in informal topic discussions, complete assigned projects, and perform and document pharmacist activities (e.g. adverse drug reaction reporting, documentation of medication errors, and participation in institutional committees). Prerequisite: P4/ Adv P3 (Final Year) (0-240-6) PHRC 7740—APPE: Community Pharmacy The Community Pharmacy Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) is a six-week, full-time (minimum 40 hours per week), out-of-classroom, supervised, operational and management experience in the outpatient, community setting. This experience is designed to optimize students’ competency in patient screening, the Medication-Use Process, and outpatient health care delivery. Emphasis will be placed on the oversight of pharmacy personnel, drug distribution, pharmacy policy/procedure, drug procurement/inventory,

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