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PMPR 300: Undergraduate Research Experience in Pharmacy Practice
Course is being developed to support the academic environment for undergraduate students at UIC. The research experience will be under the guidance of a faculty member who will act as a research supervisor. 
Professors: Bishop, J; Nutescu, E
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PMPR 315: Foundations in Rural Family and Community Healthcare I
Designed to introduce health care professions students to concepts and issues related to rural public health and primary care practice. 
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PMPR 317: Foundations in Rural Family and Community Healthcare III
Allows students to apply what was learned in the first year by participating in hands on community health education. In addition, clinical aspects of rural healthcare are introduced. 
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PMPR 327: Lifestyle Modifications in Disease Management
Provides students with the background and practical knowledge for teaching their patients the best ways to become aware of and implement specific lifestyle modifications for their disease states. 
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PMPR 330: Journal Club and Advanced Literature Analysis
A course designed to familiarize students with more advanced study design and statistical concepts commonly used in the medical literature. 
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PMPR 335: Academic Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience
An APPE occurring across the curriculum that exposes fourth-professional year students to academic pharmacy. 
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PMPR 345: Clinical Toxicology
Basic and applied concepts in clinical toxicology including general approach, poisoning prevention measures, retrieval and evaluation of toxicology literature, substance abuse issues and practice site specific toxicology concerns. 
Professors: Paloucek, F; Schumann, H
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PMPR 355: Seminar in Pharmacy Research
A weekly 1 hour research seminar provided by the College of Pharmacy faculty who are currently conducting clinical and/or basic science research. 
Professors: Bishop, J; Cavallari, L
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PMPR 356: The Role of the Pharmacist in Tobacco Cessation
An in-depth knowledge base in smoking cessation, skills for counseling, and detailed "how to" information on specific counseling techniques. 
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PMPR 358: Pharmacotherapeutic Issues in Women's Health
Team taught case-based pharmacotherapeutic lecture course related to women's health. 
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