SPPS205 2012 Ten Informatics Disruptions to Impact Pharmacy Practice

submitted by: Phil

Pharmacy Informatics course at UCSD.

SPPS205 2012 Where Do We Go From Here?

submitted by: Phil

Pharmacy Informatics lecture at UCSD presented by Dr. Rick Peters.

SPPS205 2012 Pharmacy Informatics Lecture 4: Effective Searching

submitted by: Sue McGuinness

Navigating, Evaluating and Managing Information on the Web

SPPS205-2012 Quality and Cost Effectiveness Part II

submitted by: Phil

Lecture presented by Rick Peters.

SPPS205-2012 Quality and Cost Effectiveness Part I

submitted by: Phil

Lecture presented by Rick Peters.

SSPPS205 2012 Informatics in Drug Discovery

submitted by: Phil

Presented by Philip Bourne as part of a P1 PharmD course in Pharmacy Informatics at UCSD.

SPPS205 2012 Pharmacy Informatics Lecture 3: eProfessionalism

submitted by: Phil

This lecture covers the basics of acting professionally when using social media and introduces two papers, one from the viewpoint of the faculty hiring a pharmacy resident and the other from the perspective of a pharmacy student.

SPPS205 Pharmacy Informatics Lecture 2: Computer Basics

submitted by: Phil

Lecture 2 of SPPS205 Pharmacy Informatics covers computer,network and security basics.

SPPS205 Pharmacy Informatics Lecture 1: Art of Medicine to the Sciences of Health

submitted by: Phil

Howard Asher CEO of ATM Health providing a first year PharmD lecture at UCSD in Pharmacy Informatics (SPPS205). The lecture describes the history and current state of health care and the promise of the future through advances both in basic and clinical care as well as the role that information technology has to play. The major take home message as recorded by the students was the emergence of person centric care.

Art of Medicine to the Sciences of Health

submitted by: Phil

Lecture by Howard Asher to the UCSD Pharmacy Informatics (SPPS205) class. The lecture covers the problems and promise of health care with an emphasis on informatics issues, particularly as it related to pharmacists.