PPRAD 1339: Anticoagulation in Clinical Practice

College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove Campus
Credits 2.0
This course will explore anticoagulation in both the inpatient and outpatient settings through lecture, patient cases, and hands-on experiences. Students will develop a working knowledge and skill set required to provide pharmacy-managed anticoagulation services. Topics will include a review of currently available oral and parenteral anticoagulants as well as those in the pipeline, consideration in anticoagulation for special populations, and advanced therapeutic issues.


For those who entered the Doctor of Pharmacy Program in Fall 2016 through Fall 2020: PPRAD 1662 Pharmacotherapeutics III For those entering the Doctor of Pharmacy Program in or after Summer 2021: PHIDD 1503 Integrated Sequence III