Didactic Courses (6 units):
PHRD 655: Geriatric Pharmacy I (3 units)
Specialized knowledge and skills in geriatric pharmacy, pharmacology of aging, and unique functions of health care team providing care to the elderly patient.
PHRD 656: Geriatric Pharmacy II (3 units)
Specialized knowledge and skills in gerontology and geriatric pharmacy including the pathophysiology of selected cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary gastrointestinal disorders, osteoarthritis, and osteoporosis.
PHRD 669: Health Care Needs of Special Populations (3 units)
Development of specialized knowledge and skills for delivering comprehensive medication management to high-risk patients by addressing health disparities, cultural and economic barriers, health literacy, and behavioral health issues.
PHRD 677: Risk Assessment and Management in Pharmacy Practice (3 units)
Specific risk management issues, legal and professional expectations of pharmacists, and assessing and avoiding risk.
Experiential Courses (6 units):
PHRD 731: Advanced Geriatrics APPE (6 units)
Directed projects/practical experience in geriatric drug therapy.
PHRD 750: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Elective (APPE) (6 units, max 18)
Pharmacy practice experience (internship) course in a health care setting.
TOTAL: 12 UNITS
For any questions about the Area of Concentration in Comprehensive Medication Management and High-Risk Populations, please e-mail faculty liaisons Michelle Chu (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tatyana Gurvich (email@example.com).