Health

THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACIST IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DISEASES THROUGH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

  • Targeted level of study

    BAC +4

  • Duration

    1 year

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Pharmacy

Presentation

The advantages of the course

 

 

 

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Objectives

- Know the recommendations on physical activity for health purposes
- Be able to determine the behavioural profile of a patient
- Know how to give oral advice on physical activity to a patient
- Know the physical activity supply systems for health purposes

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Know-how and skills

Module 1 - Theoretical and conceptual bases
- EC to define the concepts of physical activity, EC1
- EC to define the concept of sedentary lifestyle EC2
- EC to know the concept of non-medicinal therapy EC3
Module 2 - Territorial organisation of the physical activity offer
- EC to describe the national sport and health strategy EC4
- EC to know the actors and the existing sport and health devices EC5
Module 3 - Methodology of evaluation and support of the patient
- EC to evaluate sedentary lifestyle and daily physical activity EC6
- EC to evaluate physical fitness EC to assess physical fitness EC7
- EC to know the principles to engage a person in physical activity EC8
Module 4 - Recommendations in physical activity for preventive and therapeutic purposes
- EC to know the general principles of adapted physical activity EC9
- EC to know the elements of medical prescription of physical activity EC10
- EC to know the legal framework EC11
- EC to give the recommendations in primary, secondary and tertiary prevention secondary and tertiary prevention EC12
Module 5 - Principles of intervention in the pharmacy
- EC to know the tools to be used in the pharmacy EC13
- EC to know the means to be used in the pharmacy EC14
Module 6 - Elaboration of a project in the context of one's professional activity
- EC to elaborate a professional project EC15
- EC to build tools EC16

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Programme

2 February: 9am - 6.15pm

3 February: 8:00 am - 6:45 pm

4 February: 8am - 5.15pm

5 February: 9am - 6.15pm

8 June: 9am - 4pm

9 June: 9am - 7pm

10 June: 8am - 6.15pm

11 June: 8am - 5pm

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Admission

Conditions of access

Applications :

send CV and cover letter to pharma-du@umontpellier.fr

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Target audience

Pharmacists, pharmacy students with validated DFASP1
Pharmacy assistants by waiver

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Recommended prerequisites

Notions of physiology, physiopathology, pharmacology

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And then

Professional integration

Development of pharmacy practice

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