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PHRM 323 Pharmaceutical Care in Indigenous Health
Indigenous health in Canada and the role pharmacists' cultural humility and safety can play when collaborating with other health professionals and Indigenous communities to provide care and healing.
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PHAR Elective_Pharmaceutical Care in Indigenous Health (previously PHAR 457)
*** Instructors: Larry Leung and Jason Min
*** Classes will be held in PHRM 3110 every Monday***
If there is still room in this course after July 2, please send a brief paragraph stating the reason(s) why you would like to register for the course to Larry Leung (email@example.com) and Jason Min (firstname.lastname@example.org). Approved applicants will be registered in the course.
The elective course was created in response to the UBC Strategic Plan commitment for Indigenous Engagement and the UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences 2012-2017 Strategic Plan to increase the scope of education and professional development to include Indigenous health. Consistent with strategic plans, the course addresses key goals of developing a curriculum that is sensitive and relevant to the health of Indigenous communities, and providing opportunities to develop community relations with Indigenous organizations, health care practitioners, and patients.