Non-Traditional PharmD (PDNT)

Non-Traditional PharmD (PDNT)

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PDNT 9905 Introduction to Clinical Problem Solving: 1 semester hour.

An integrated case study format emphasizing the development of quality assurance concepts, physical assessment skills, and clinical problem-solving abilities related to the diagnosis, resolution and prevention of drug-related problems. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9918 Drug Literature Evaluation and Statistics: 2 semester hours.

The fundamentals of experimental design, implementation and data analysis pertinent to pharmaceutical clinical investigations. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9938 Drug and Medical Informatics: 1 semester hour.

Advanced course in retrieving, analyzing, and evaluating medication-related information from the literature. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program F, S, Su

PDNT 9961 Pharmacotherapy I: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9962 Pharmacotherapy II: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9963 Pharmacotherapy III: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9964 Pharmacotherapy IV: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9965 Pharmacotherapy V: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9966 Pharmacotherapy VI: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9967 Pharmacotherapy VII: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9968 Pharmacotherapy VIII: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9969 Pharmacotherapy IX: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9970 Pharmacotherapy X: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9971 Pharmacotherapy XI Capstone with recitation: 2-4 semester hours.

An organ-system approach to the therapeutic management of selected disease states with an emphasis on the appropriate selection/monitoring of drug therapy and patient counseling. PREREQ: Enrollment in the Nontraditional Pharm.D. program. F, S, Su

PDNT 9981 Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience: 6 semester hours.

Students are assigned to pharmacy practice sites including ambulatory care, medicine, and clinical settings for experiential training. Requires reflection and presentation of cases for discussion. May be repeated up to 3 times. PREREQ: Fourth professional year status. F, S, Su

PDNT 9999 Experimental Course: 1-6 semester hours.

This course is not described in the catalog. The course title and number of credits are announced in the class schedule by the scheduling department. Experimental courses may be offered no more than three times.

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