NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

College of Pharmacy 199 management methods and best practices. Topics covered guide the student on the use of project management tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, and close a project. Students will learn about planning, scheduling, organizing, and implementing projects. Additionally, they explore current practices in project management from a pharmacy perspective. (32-0-2) PHRE 5107—Current Topics in Pharmaceutical Sciences This course covers special topics selected by faculty members and visiting scientists. The goal of each topic is to provide the student with an understanding of, and an appreciation for, current problems and procedures underlying the pharmaceutical sciences discipline. Prerequisite: Topic dependent, please see course coordinator for details. ([16–32]-0-[1–2]) PHRE 5113—Current Topics in Pharmaceutical Sciences This course covers special topics selected by faculty members and visiting scientists. The goal of each topic is to provide the student with an understanding of, and an appreciation for, current problems and procedures underlying the pharmaceutical sciences discipline. Prerequisite: Topic dependent, please see course coordinator for details. ([16– 32]-0-[1–2]) PHRE 5117—Cardiovascular Risk Factors This course explores the pharmacist’s role in cardiovascular disease riskmanagement. It addresses themajor cardiovascular risk factors and the rationale of prevention, lifestyle modifications, and current evidence-based therapies for the treatment of common cardiovascular risk factors. Students will learn the essential skills to successfully assess risk, promote cardiovascular disease prevention, and encourage patient adherence to therapy. Students who successfully complete the course will receive an advanced professional training certificate of achievement from the American Pharmacist Association on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management. (32-0-2) PHRE 5123—Individualized Pharmacotherapy This course gives an overview of the field of “individualized (or personalized) pharmacotherapy,” which involves the systematic use of information about each individual patient to select or optimize the patient’s preventative and pharmacotherapeutic care. The course discusses individual differences in drug response to tailor drug therapy based on each patient’s needs. Prerequisite: P3 Standing (16-0-1) PHRE 5151—Introduction to Herbal Medicine Pharmacy has a rich history in the study and use of herbal medicines. This course will briefly explore the history of botanical medicine, the properties of the herbs, their various applications in the treatment of disease, and how to ensure the safe use of herbal products. (32-0-2) an on-campus NAPLEX review course. Prerequisite: P4/Adv P3 (Final Year) (32-0-2) PHRE (Elective) Courses PHRE 5001—Curricular Practical Training (CPT) Pharmacy is a knowledge- and skill-based profession that optimizes professional interactions with health care team members and the patient. Students may desire to gain additional experience over what is offered through the IPPEs and APPEs prior to graduation. This course offers students additional opportunities to observe and emulate the roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in a pharmacy setting, as well as learn to effectively communicate with patients, pharmacists, and health care providers, and gain knowledge of the role of the pharmacist. Students will participate in a pharmacy environment to expand their knowledge of regulations; medication preparation; distribution; and interactions with insurers, prescribers, and patients. (0-48-1) PHRE 5011—Functional Biochemistry and Physiology in Clinical Nutrition This course delves deep into biochemical reactions that affect human physiology and create symptoms and diseases. The course assesses environmental, genetic, and epigenetic problems that may disrupt human biochemistry and physiology. It reviews biochemical pathways of neurotransmitters, hormones, fatty acids, amino acids, and carbohydrates, in the mitochondria, nervous system, heart, kidneys, endocrine system, and other cell-signalingmolecules to examine where the dysfunction may be corrected through diet, herbal medicine concepts, supplements, and other treatment modalities. (48-0-3) PHRE 5021—Integrative Pharmacy and Clinical Nutrition I This course provides foundations of how environmental factors, diet, medications, epigenetic changes, and genetic variables can disrupt biochemical pathways and create human physiologic imbalances and nutritional deficiencies that lead to various symptoms, illnesses, and diseases. The GI, endocrine, immune, nervous, circulatory, cardiovascular, genital-urinary, skeletal, and skin systems are analyzed as they pertain to biochemistry, nutrient utilization, physiological function, symptom, dysfunction, and disease. Medical problems are evaluated from a clinical nutrition perspective, evaluating nutrient depletions and nutritional deficiencies. Vitamin, minerals, nutritional components of food, herbal remedies, and supplements are assessed and considered as part of treatment plans for patients. (48-0-3) PHRE 5041—Essentials of Project Management for Pharmacy I This course serves as an introduction to project management terms, knowledge, concepts, and skills used in the current work environment. The course lays the foundation of project

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