PA 506 - Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapy I

Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapy I, II and III include lectures and lab experiences specifically designed to provide students with a foundation in the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and therapeutic use of pharmaceuticals for diverse patient populations with acute and chronic conditions throughout the lifespan and organized by body/organ systems aligning with the Clinical Medicine I, II and III courses, respectively. As with other courses, these courses will be taught with extensive use of a flipped classroom and team based learning design including significant case based learning sessions geared towards problem solving and medical decision-making skills within a collaborative interprofessional patient-centered team-based model.

3 Semester Credit Hours

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Pharmacology & Pharmacotherapy I, II and III include lectures and lab experiences specifically designed to provide students with a foundation in the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and therapeutic use of pharmaceuticals for diverse patient populations with acute and chronic conditions throughout the lifespan and organized by body/organ systems aligning with the Clinical Medicine I, II and III courses, respectively. As with other courses, these courses will be taught with extensive use of a flipped classroom and team based learning design including significant case based learning sessions geared towards problem solving and medical decision-making skills within a collaborative interprofessional patient-centered team-based model.

3 Semester Credit Hours