A scientific research for pharmacy practice course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct research in the field of pharmacy practice. The course typically covers the scientific method, research questions, literature review, research design, data collection and analysis, interpretation of findings, and communication of research results. 

Students will learn how to develop research questions that are relevant to pharmacy practice and can be investigated using scientific methods. They will also learn how to conduct a thorough literature review to identify existing research on their topic of interest. 

The course will cover various research methods and study designs that are commonly used in pharmacy practice research, such as randomized controlled trials, observational studies, and qualitative research methods. Students will also learn how to collect and analyze data using appropriate statistical methods.

Throughout the course, ethical considerations associated with conducting research in pharmacy practice will be emphasized, and students will be expected to adhere to ethical standards throughout their research. 

By the end of the course, students should have a solid understanding of the scientific research process and be able to design and conduct their own research studies in pharmacy practice. They should also be able to effectively communicate their research findings through written and oral presentations.