3 semester credit hours
Lecture contact hours: 2; Lab contact hours: 3
Prerequisites: BMI 5300, BMI 5390
This course provides an opportunity for students to gain practical, hands-on cumulating knowledge and experience in Pharmacy Informatics . This project should reflect a substantial effort and competency of synthesis in informatics developed through the course training that address core competencies of the pharmacy informatics system by working through a problem of the student’s choice. The selected problem should be discussed and approved by a faculty mentor. This should be tied to research/practice of a student’s interest that includes one or more didactic modules covered in the prior courses. The synthesis project should be based upon the combined efforts of (online) library database search, fieldwork, and mentored research approved by the mentor(s). Expectations of the class include the presentation of the conclusions from the project in a written manner for academic dissemination as a conference abstract/poster.