HBM1001 - Anatomy and Physiology 1
|1.||1. Explain how drugs are sourced, named and classified and discuss the quality use of medicines and authoritative sources for drug information;|
|2.||Articulate the basic principles of pharmacological concepts: pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics and associated medicinal chemistry;|
|3.||3. Apply knowledge from other scientific disciplines to explain the potential therapeutic and adverse effects of drugs;|
|4.||4. Interpret and explain the clinical indications for and adverse effects of autonomic nervous system agonists and antagonists and somatic agents.|
|Test||Test 1 MCQ Test (60 minutes)||25%|
|Test||Test 2 MCQ Test (60 minutes)||25%|
|Test||Test 3 MCQ Test (60 minutes)||25%|
|Presentation||Case Study Presentation (1000 words)||25%|
Pharmacology for health professionals. 4th
Bryant, B. and Knights, K. (2014)
Sydney: Mosby Elsevier
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