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Basic principles of pharmacology: pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetic principles, adverse drug reactions, drug-drug interactions, development of new drugs. Major categories: drugs affecting autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular system, blood, autacoids, respiratory and gastrointestinal system.
Third Year
Study how to assist the patient with optimal use of non-prescription drugs. Patients counseling regarding the proper and safe usage of drugs will be also discussed.
Fifth Year
Considers the nature of major diseases, associated alterations in structure and function of human organs, and their clinical manifestations. Topics include cardiology, rheumatology, endocrine gastrointestinal disorders and hematologic/ oncologlic, respiratory, renal and infectious diseases.,
Third Year
Covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentations, pharmacotherapy (pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics, drug/drug interactions, dosage calculations, adverse effects, treatment algorithm, goals of therapy & patient education) of: 1) CVS disorders 2) Endocrine disorders 3) Gastroenterology disorders. Teaching will be conducted through lecturing, case discussions, and assignments
Master & Fifth year PharmDs
This course covers a detailed discussion of the practice of Hospital Pharmacy including the different duties of the hospital pharmacists, namely: organization of the hospital and hospital pharmacy, purchase and inventory control, the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee, the Hospital Formulary, unit dose system, preparation of intravenous admixture services, and how to conduct patient education and counseling. By the end of this course students are expected to be familiar with the following information about the practice of Hospital pharmacy: * Organization of the hospital pharmacy * The hospital pharmacist responsibilities. * How to communicate information to the patient and hospital staff
This course offers introduction into the basic skills, including interpretation of clinical laboratory tests, case notes, observation charts. Principles of pharmaceutical care (creating patient database, drug therapy problem assessment, pharmacotherapy plan, patient monitoring). Communication skills: patient counseling, interview techniques, presentation & teaching skills, concepts & practice of drug information.
Preparation of a research project by students. Presentation and oral discussion.
Fifth year undergraduate students
Introduction for proper methods of proposal preparation with application to a selected topic in the area of therapeutics and pharmaceutical care
Sixth Year PharmD
During this full-time advanced clinical pharmacy experience, the students provide pharmaceutical care for gynecology & obstetric patients in inpatient and outpatient settings  
Sixth Year PharmD
During this full-time advanced clinical pharmacy experience, the students provide pharmaceutical care in inpatient and outpatient settings for patients with respiratory, nephrology & oncological diseases and in critical care settings
Sixth Year PharmD
Uses simulated clinical cases to develop the students' ability to assess patients conditions, determine reasonable treatment alternatives, select appropriate therapy and monitoring parameters, and to justify those choices by utilizing knowledge & skills acquired in therapeutics
Fifth Year PharmD
Develops basic knowledge of medical terms used in medical & biological sciences. Students systematically build/analyze words from combining forms, suffixes and prefixes
First Year PharmD