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Pharmacy Practice

 


 

 

The Pharmacy Practice department teaches 4 service courses to non-pharmacy majors (PHRM 101, 125, 170 and 300) and the majority of courses in the professional curriculum.

  • PHRM 101   Introduction to Public Health
  • PHRM 125   Medical Terminology for Health Professionals
  • PHRM 170   Common Medicines and Diseases
  • PHRM 300   Principles of Clinical Pharmacology
  • PHRM 340   Pathophysiology I
  • PHRM 341   Pathophysiology II
  • PHRM 350   Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
  • PHRM 351   Pharmaceutical Care I
  • PHRM 351L Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory I
  • PHRM 352   Introduction to Health Care Systems
  • PHRM 355   Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I: Introduction to Institutional Pharmacy Practice
  • PHRM 369   Pharmaceutics II
  • PHRM 450   Self Care
  • PHRM 451   Pharmaceutical Care III
  • PHRM 452   Pharmaceutical Care IV
  • PHRM 452L Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory II
  • PHRM 455   Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience II: Intro to Community-Based Patient Care
  • PHRM 461   Introduction to Pharmaceutical Industry
  • PHRM 462   Stress Management for Health Professionals
  • PHRM 463   Current Issues in Hospital Pharmacy
  • PHRM 464   Current Concepts in Pharmacy Practice
  • PHRM 465/665   Cultural Competence Health Care
  • PHRM 475   Pharmacy Practice Management
  • PHRM 480   Drug Literature Evaluation
  • PHRM 485/685   Economic Outcomes Assessment and Relevant Issues
  • PHRM 520/620   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Special Populations
  • PHRM 532/632   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Infectious Disease
  • PHRM 534   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Rheumatology, Endocrinology, and Gastrointestinal
  • PHRM 535   Pharamcotherapy of Disease: Neoplastic Diseases
  • PHRM 536/636   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Neurology and Psychiatry
  • PHRM 537   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Renal Disease/Fluid and Electrolytes
  • PHRM 538/638   Pharmacotherapy of Disease: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Diseases
  • PHRM 540   Public Health for Pharmacists
  • PHRM 551   Pharmaceutical Care V
  • PHRM 551L Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory III
  • PHRM 552   Pharmaceutical Care VI
  • PHRM 552L Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory IV: Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience IV
  • PHRM 555   Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience III
  • PHRM 570   Pharmacy Practice Improvement  and Project Management
  • PHRM 572   Pharmacy Law
  • PHRM 575/675   Advanced Pharmacy Management
  • PHRM 580   Pharmacotherapy Capstone
  • PHRM 581   Clinical Clerkship I
  • PHRM 582   Clinical Clerkship  II
  • PHRM 583   Clinical Clerkship III

 Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) beginning Fall 2012

  • PHRM 700   Chronic Illness
  • MPH 705     Public Health as a Team Endeavor
  • MPH 710     Health Care Systems
  • PHRM 715   Quantitative Methods for Pharmaceutical Social &  Administrative Science Research
  • PHRM 716   Social and Administrative Sciences Research

 

 


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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7589 / Fax: (701) 231-7606
Campus address: Sudro Hall 118A
Physical/delivery address: 1401 Albrecht Bouldvard, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2660 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Pharmacy Practice

Last Updated: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 9:37:03 AM