Presents the pathophysiology of diseases and their management including both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. Specific topics covered in this course include dermatology, critical care, paediatrics and gerontology, anesthetics and veterinarian pharmacy/pharmacology. The course will address the quality use of medicines in the treatment of these conditions. Application of the knowledge developed in this course will be complemented by clinical skills training. Case-based oral assessment will further develop communication skills that will assist with professional practice as a pharmacist. This course will also discuss the specific issues with the provision of health care to the rural, remote and indigenous Australians. Development of this knowledge and skill base contributes to the core competency required of a pharmacist. This course is a Compulsory Program Component and must be passed in order to progress in the Master of Pharmacy. Programs generally have defined periods for their professional education placements. These are based on negotiations between health providers and the University. Students are asked to note however, that placements may occur at any time during the calendar year and not just within defined placement periods or university terms. The timing of your placement will depend largely on the availability of placement opportunities within health services sector. Students MUST NOT organise their own placements without prior approval by the Program Convenor.
|Faculty||Faculty of Health and Medicine|
|School||School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy|
Trimester 3 - 2014
At the end of this course students will:
This course will cover the pathophysiology, therapeutic treatment and practice issues in the management of:
The course will also provide experience in developing clinical skills by clinical skills training and or clinical placements. The course will also include visits to hospital and community pharmacies and students will be required to deliver case presentations.
|Replacing Course(s)||PHAR6013 Pharmacotherapeutics 4 20 units divided into 2 10 unit courses.|
|Transition||This course will be taught for the first time in 2009. Students who are required to repeat PHAR6013 will be provided with specific lectures, tutorials and self directed learning material by both didactic and on-line modes of delivery.|
|Assumed Knowledge||PHAR6222 Pharmacotherapeutics 3 and PHAR6223 Pharmacotherapeutics 4|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode
Problem Based Learning
Experience Based Learning
Self Directed Learning
|Course Materials||None listed|
|Timetable||2014 Course Timetables for PHAR6233|