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Fundamentals of Pharmacology

Ohio State University via Canvas Network

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This course covers the basic principles of pharmacology, including drug mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. Students will learn how drugs interact with the body and how to predict their effects. The course teaches skills such as understanding drug classifications, interpreting drug labels, and evaluating drug interactions. The teaching method includes video lectures, readings, quizzes, and interactive assignments. This course is designed for healthcare professionals, pharmacists, medical students, and anyone interested in understanding how drugs work in the body.


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  • Anonymous
    This course is very well presented and full of knowledge whoever wants to understand the pharmacology as subject. Being retired and diabetes type2 and heart issues I have learnt massive information and understood the basics of the drugs I take.
    I would highly recommend to any one who wants to understand the basic of pharmacology
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    Nadeem Altaf
    It was really an eye opening session to understand fundamentals of pharmacology.Infact it great refresher.Molly Downing is a great pharmcology instructor.I have updated my skills through this platform of excellence.
  • Profile image for Khaalid Rujiye
    Khaalid Rujiye
    it is a great course for everyone to study especially beginners and for me, it was very hopeful as a medical student and supportive
  • very well iam like in this coarse iam so hppy to learning thnk you all members of this university iam proud to study this coarse and this university

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