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110  Foundations I  (14.5 units)   Summer

Instructor(s): D. Kroetz, N. Hessol, K. Yang       Prerequisite(s): none

Restrictions: restricted to 1st year Pharm.D. students       Activities: Lecture, Conference

Foundations I is an integrated course that provides foundational concepts which will serve as the basis for content that will be taught in all subsequent preclinical courses. The content of this course spans all levels of pharmacy practice including the therapeutic sciences, health care policy and management, and evidence-based health care. A key emphasis of this course is to lay the foundation for the development of compassionate critical thinkers and transformative leaders in healthcare.

111  Cardiovascular Science & Therapeutics  (11.5 units)   Fall

Instructor(s): J. Shin       Prerequisite(s): None

Restrictions: This course is restricted to pharmacy students.       Activities: Lecture, Conference

This Cardiovascular Integrated Theme course focuses on the medical treatment of 4 cardiovascular diseases (ischemic heart disease, dyslipidemia, heart failure, and arrhythmias) by integrating related basic and clinical sciences as well as behavioral/social/administrative sciences. It also explores knowledge gap in inquiry classes. The course concludes with a Synthesis week for reflection, exploration of career-options, and integration with the Foundations I course content.

112  Respiratory Science & Therapeutics  (9.5 units)   Winter

Instructor(s): M. Ferrone, M. Kruidering, I. Mitrovic, R. Corelli, E. Burchard, L. Kroon, K. Ansel, J. Cocohoba, T. Glocke       Prerequisite(s): None

Restrictions: Restricted to 1st year Pharm.D students       Activities: Lecture, Conference

This is an integrated course focused on pharmacologic/non-pharmacologic approaches to tobacco cessation, medical treatment of 5 common diseases, and conditions involving the respiratory system. This is done by integrating related basic, clinical, and behavioral/social/administrative sciences. It also explores knowledge gaps in inquiry classes. The course concludes with a Synthesis week for reflection, exploration of career-options, and integration with previous course content.