- Introduction to PHCL 490
This course is designed to provide Pharm.D. Students with the required skills to conduct a research project in a pharmacy practice area under supervision during three semesters.
The aim of this course is to provide students with the skills and experiences necessary to conduct and complete a research project. The research has four parts: proposal presentation, abstract and presentation submission for final research, Manuscript preparation as a research article for submission to a journal research period.
Through this research-based course, students should learn to be able to:
- Articulate a clear research question or problem and formulate a hypothesis.
- Identify and demonstrate appropriate research methodologies and know when to use them.
- Know existing body of research relevant to their topic and explain how their project fits.
- Identify and practice research ethics and responsible conduct in research.
- Know and apply problem-solving skills to constructively address research setbacks.
- Work collaboratively with other researchers, using listening and communication skills.
- Reflect on their own research, identifying lessons learned, strengths, and ways to improve.
Explain their research to others in the field and to broader audiences through research presentations.