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Pharmacogenomics pharmd curriculum

Solomon M Adams, Kacey B Anderson, James C Coons, Randall B Smith, Susan M Meyer, Lisa S Parker, Philip E Empey
OBJECTIVE: To develop, implement, and evaluate "Test2Learn" a program to enhance pharmacogenomics education through the use of personal genomic testing (PGT) and real genetic data. DESIGN: One hundred twenty-two second-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) students in a required course were offered PGT as part of a larger program approach to teach pharmacogenomics within a robust ethical framework. The program added novel learning objectives, lecture materials, analysis tools, and exercises using individual-level and population-level genetic data...
February 25, 2016: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
John E Murphy, James S Green, Laura A Adams, Robert B Squire, Grace M Kuo, Alan McKay
OBJECTIVES: To assess the breadth, depth, and perceived importance of pharmacogenomics instruction and level of faculty development in this area in schools and colleges of pharmacy in the United States. METHODS: A questionnaire used and published previously was further developed and sent to individuals at all US schools and colleges of pharmacy. Multiple approaches were used to enhance response. RESULTS: Seventy-five (83.3%) questionnaires were returned...
February 10, 2010: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Travis J O'Brien, Federico Goodsaid, Margaret Plack, Arthur Harralson, Wafa Harrouk, Tim G Hales, H George Mandel, David C Perry, Katherine Kennedy, Narine Sarvazyan, Vincent A Chiappinelli
Pharmacogenomic biomarkers are becoming increasingly common in medicine and drug development. However, there is a genuine concern that the healthcare workforce will be ill-equipped to translate this information to clinical practice. As a result, a major effort is underway to educate future healthcare professionals on pharmacogenomics. This paper describes the development of a year-long course that aims to instill the fundamental concepts of this rapidly growing field into the minds of undergraduate students...
December 2009: Pharmacogenomics
Daniel A Brazeau, Gayle A Brazeau
OBJECTIVES: To provide students with an understanding of the principles and applications of human genetics and genomics in drug therapy optimization, patient care, and counseling. DESIGN: A 2-credit hour course entitled Principles of the Human Genome, Pharmacogenomics, and Bioinformatics was offered to third-professional year PharmD students. Written examinations, in-class exercises, and a written paper evaluating the current literature were used to evaluate student learning...
December 15, 2006: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
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