EXPH - CE - Faculty of Pharmacy

Offered By:
Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Below are the courses available from the EXPH code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times.

★ 39 Non-credit course

BASE (behavioural, administrative, social, and evidence-based pharmacy practice) I introduces learners to patient-centred care in Alberta including pharmacists¿ scope of practice, jurisprudence, and the health care system. Learners will explore the application of communication, professionalism, cultural sensitivity, and ethical frameworks to pharmacy practice plus develop skills in answering health and medication related questions using an evidence based approach. Restricted to Certificate to Canadian Pharmacy Practice Students

★ 39 Non-credit course

In BASE (behavioural, administrative, social, and evidence-based pharmacy practice) II, learners will apply ethical and legal frameworks, management, patient safety culture, Indigenous perspectives, and social determinants of health to pharmacy practice. Learners will engage with an individual¿s specific cultural or communication needs, collaborate in groups, make shared decisions, and appraise synthesized resources and primary research. Prerequisite EXPH 2550

★ 19 Non-credit course

In BASE (behavioural, administrative, social, and evidence-based pharmacy practice) III, learners will integrate concepts from BASE I and II across differing practice settings. Learners will prepare for ongoing professional learning, leadership development, and practice in interprofessional teams.

★ 26 Non-credit course

Learners will expand their knowledge and skills in caring for patients with various disease conditions within the patient care process framework. Restricted to Certificate to Canadian Pharmacy Practice Students

★ 26 Non-credit course

Learners will expand their knowledge of various types of select medical conditions and will apply therapeutic and pharmaceutical science knowledge to various patient care scenarios. Learners will further develop their critical thinking and self-directed learning skills, along with their breadth and depth of therapeutic knowledge, as they incorporate principles of evidence-based therapeutic decision making within the patient care process framework. Prerequisite EXPH 2553

★ 13 Non-credit course

Learners will expand their knowledge and skills in order to provide care to various patient populations. Learners will engage in active learning and focus on using evidence, applying the biopsychosocial model, making decisions, monitoring outcomes, and adjusting drug therapy for complex patients. Prerequisite EXPH 2554

★ 24 Non-credit course

Introduces learners to the patient care process and how to apply it with an emphasis on medication use process. Fundamental skills related to prescription processing and preparation, communication, accessing patient health information, drug information, and documentation will be covered. Restricted to Certificate to Canadian Pharmacy Practice students and Corequisites EXPH 2550 and EXPH 2553

★ 24 Non-credit course

Learners will further develop skills with the patient care process using the pharmacists' scope of practice to conduct a patient assessment, develop a pharmacotherapy plan, and implement monitoring and follow up. Interprofessional communication, patient education, and medication safety practices will also be covered. Prerequisite EXPH 2556 and Corequisites EXPH 2551 and EXPH 2554

★ 54 Non-credit course

Building on Patient Care Skills I and II, learners will apply the patient care process to more complex patient scenarios using the pharmacists¿ scope of practice. Emphasis will be on patient assessment, decision making, and medication therapy management. Prerequisite EXPH 2557 and Corequisites EXPH 2552 and EXPH 2555

★ 13 Non-credit course

Prepares learners for lifelong professional development and provides an opportunity for learners to synthesize and apply the knowledge and skills obtained in the CCPP program through a written exam and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) simulation of patient interactions as capstone assessments required for program completion. Requisites: EXPH 2552, 2555, 2558