P1 Students

Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences for P1s

Pharmacy Distribution
P1 students will participate in dispensing activities, spending a minimum of 40 hours in a dispensing environment, such as a community practice or hospital setting.  Course goals include demonstration of skills in the competency categories of Drug Therapy Problem-Solving, Communication, Product and Service Management, and Professionalism in order to safely and accurately prepare and dispense medication in addition to comparing various pharmacy practice settings.

Geriatric Service Learning
In addition, students spend a minimum of 20 hours getting to know a geriatric patient in a long term care or elder care facility.  The project is directed at developing professionalism, empathy, caring and communication through the development of a personal relationship between the student and an elderly individual.‌

 
CPHS Upcoming Events
White Coat Ceremony
Friday, August 22 @ 4:00 p.m.
[Sheslow Auditorium]
CPHS News
August 28, 2014
Laura Vollmer, 2015 Pharm.D. candidate at Drake University, is the winner of the Parata-Pharmacy Times Next Generation Future Pharmacist Award, as announced during the awards ceremony held in Boston on August 24, 2014.
August 14, 2014
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