In addition to a PharmD degree, graduates receive a certificate in Medication Therapy Outcomes, Healthcare Management, Pharmacy Informatics, or Medical and Clinical Affairs.
The MTO certificate program provides opportunities to develop skills to provide care for patients in rural settings, from underserved populations, in accountable care organizations, and throughout the continuum of care process.
The MCA certificate program will provide student pharmacists with the skills needed to provide strategic, tactical, and operational direction within medical affairs to expedite the development and delivery of safe and effective healthcare products.
Information about this certificate is coming soon.
Pharmacists need to have specialized skills in chronic disease areas or practice settings to provide optimal patient-centered care. Skills in providing medication therapy review and patient education and consultation; developing practice-related business models or interprofessional approaches; and utilizing evidence-based medicine and safe use of healthcare products are needed to provide optimal pharmacotherapy outcomes. Additionally, graduates need to have in-depth understanding of population-based or specialty area of practice and the regulatory and safety issues associated with these various practice settings.
Information about this certificate is coming soon
Medical and clinical affairs professionals play critical roles throughout the lifecycle of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biologics, and gene therapy. These professionals provide expertise in research and development, product approval and commercialization, clinical trials, manufacturing, labeling and advertising, and post-market surveillance. Pharmacists trained in these areas can combine their expertise in medications and pharmacy practice with clinical trial management, and regulatory affairs knowledge and skills to enhance the development and commercialization of healthcare products. The MCA certificate program will provide student pharmacists with the skills to provide strategic, tactical, and operational direction within medical affairs to expedite the development and delivery of safe and effective healthcare products.
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