Be part of the most successful non-traditional Pharm.D. program before it is too late. The College of Pharmacy plans to phase-out the WPPD program and will accept our last applications in March 2016 for the summer term. The WPPD program will exist until the last enrolled student graduates, and the college will continue to provide a high-quality education throughout the remaining years of the program. FAQ WPPD Program Phase Out
Important Dates & Deadlines:
Please review current calendar, financial policy and withdrawal policy on the academics page
To register as a New Student please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 1-800-431-6687
- Reginal and Remote Model Descriptions
1. DiPiro et al. Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiological Approach, 2011, 8th ed. (ISBN:0071703543)
a. This text is available via the UF library/Pharmacy Access. Although you can use the online version for study, most students find it essential to purchase a hardcopy of the Pharmacotherapy
b. (Caution: Old editions are sold on the internet and should not be purchased. Watch carefully what edition you purchase. A Pharmacotherapy Handbook is also available with the current edition. This handbook is a useful reference in daily practice but should not be purchased in lieu of the text listed above.)
2. Lauster CD, Srivastava SB. Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice. Jones and Bartlett Learning, 1st Ed, 2013. ISBN-10: 1449652727 ISBN-13: 978-1449652722
3. Abate MA, Blommel ML. Remington Education: Drug Information and Literature Evaluation, 2013, 1st Ed, Pharmaceutical Press. ISBN-10: 0857110667 ISBN-13: 978-0857110667
4. Lee, Mary. Basic Skills in Interpreting Laboratory Data, American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, 2013, 5th ed.
5. Murphy J. Clinical Pharmacokinetics Pocket Reference, American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, 2011, 5th ed., (ISBN-10: 1585282545 / ISBN-13 978-1585282548)
6. Gilbert DN, et al. The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy. URL for ordering: http://www.sanfordguide.com/ (Note there are different formats including a pocket guide and an APP. In selecting the format, think about what would be most usable in your practice. (You will use this across the WPPD program)
1. Nemire, Ruth. Pharmacy Student Survival Guide., 2nd Edition, 2009 (ISBN: 0-071-603-875) (Electronic Version – ISBN: 0071603883) a. This text is available via the UF library/Pharmacy Access.
1. Combined microphone (typically 3.55 mm plugs or USB) and speaker headset
Clearing the Emergency Contact Information and Registration Prep Holds on your academic record:
Each semester students must clear all of the holds on their academic record, including the Emergency Contact Information and Registration Prep holds, before we can register you for coursework. Please follow the directions below:
To see and remove the holds on your academic record please do the following:
Go to the ONE.UF homepage at http://one.uf.edu/
Look on the left-hand side of the page under “My Record” click on the link “Holds”
Login to the system using your Gatorlink username and password
Follow the directions to remove all of the holds from your academic record.
If you have a hold on your record that prevents us from being able to register you for the course on-time you may receive late registration fees from the Registrar’s Office. Please remove these holds so we can register you with the university in a timely manner.
Beginning Summer 2012, you will be sent a link via email to register for the correct course, please make sure to check your email daily.