Clinical pharmacology of antiepileptic drug use : "clinical pearls about the perils of patty".
This Clinical Pharmacology Problem Solving (CPPS) Unit is for use with fourthor fifth-year pharmacy students and third-or fourth-year medical students during conferences held when they are taking either a rotation in Neurology or Clinical Pharmacology.
It may also be used for house staff teaching of residents in Neurology, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, and Family Practice and fellows in Clinical Pharmacology.
This material was prepared for a Teaching Clinic in Clinical Pharmacology taught by Claire M. Lathers, PhD, FCP, Hugh J. Burford, PhD, FCP, and Cedric M. Smith, MD, FCP, and sponsored by the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, September 19-20,1992, Washington, DC.
This workbook includes :
(1) an introduction to the Clinical Pharmacology Problem Solving (CPPS) Unit ;
(2) the learning objectives of the clinical simulation ;
(3) a pretest ;
(4) four clinical episodes occurring over many years in the life of a patient ;
(5) answers to the pretest ;
(6) a posttest ;
(7) answers to the posttest.
Mots-clés Pascal : Enseignement, Anticonvulsivant, Document, Autoévaluation, Washington, Pharmacologie clinique, Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Teaching, Anticonvulsant, Document, Self evaluation, Washington, United States, North America, America
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Code Inist : 002B30A09. Création : 199608.