Center for Drug Information & Evidence Based Practice

IMPROVING PATIENT CARE THROUGH DRUG INFORMATION AND EVIDENCE-BASED CONSULTATIONS.

Center for Drug Information & Evidence Based Practice

The Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice serves the health professional community by providing evidence-based, timely and unbiased information and consultations. We also strive to provide an excellent training environment to prepare our students and post-graduate residents and fellows to meet the challenges of their future careers.

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Courses

PHA458: Literature Evaluation and Evidence-Based Practice

The Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice offers a required course in the third year of the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum, PHA458: Literature Evaluation and Evidence-Based Practice. 

PHA458: Literature Evaluation and Evidence-Based Practice

If you have any questions, contact Dr. Darren Hein at 402.280.5670 or darrenhein [at] creighton [dot] edu.

PHA 515: Drug Information Rotation

The Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice offers an advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) in drug information and evidence-based practice for fourth-year Doctor of Pharmacy students. The Center is the primary drug information training site for pharmacy students at Creighton University.

Current students can access the Drug Information Rotation Manual and Rotation Curriculum in BlueLine.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Phil Gregory at 402.280.5118 or pgregory [at] creighton [dot] edu (subject: Rotation%20inquiry) .