This course is a continuation of the four semester longitudinal sequence of Social and Administrative Pharmacy. The focus of Social/Administrative Sciences is the scientific and humanistic bases for understanding and influencing interactions involving patients, medicines, caregivers, and health care systems. This integrates knowledge of pharmacy practice with knowledge from areas such as: economics, behavioral science, management science, communication, epidemiology, law, ethics, cultural competency, evidence-based medicine, leadership, informatics, patient safety and quality improvement. 2 credits.
Social & Administrative Sciences 3