Intro to Clinical Pharmacology: Dynamics and Kinetics

Practical, Real World Applications and Examples of Pharmacodynamic and Pharmacokinetic Principles
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (70 ratings)
1,124 students
English
Intro to Clinical Pharmacology: Dynamics and Kinetics
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (70 ratings)
1,124 students
Clinical pharmacology
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Physiological Changes in the Elderly

Requirements

  • Interest in Medications

Description

This video course is a review of numerous pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic principles that may affect patient care. I focused on the most common principles that have an impact on the clinical care of patients. Pharmacodynamic terms and examples include agonists, antagonists, mechanism of action, and receptor selectivity. Pharmacokinetic terms and examples include; half-life, absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination. As a bonus, I've included some basics on physiological changes in the elderly that may affect the way medications interact with the body.

Who this course is for:

  • Nursing students
  • Beginner Pharmacy Students
  • Beginner Medical Students
  • Beginner Physician Assistants
  • Beginner Nurse Practitioners
  • Dietitians
  • Physical Therapists
  • Pharmacy Technicians

Course content

1 section • 5 lectures • 1h 35m total length
  • Pharmacodynamics
    21:00
  • Pharmacokinetics Part 1
    24:59
  • Pharmacokinetics Part 2
    32:46
  • Physiological Changes in the Elderly
    08:31
  • Clinical Practice Take Home Points
    08:14

Instructor

Clinical Pharmacist - Pharmacology Expert
Eric Christianson
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 70 Reviews
  • 1,124 Students
  • 1 Course

I'm a clinical pharmacist with 10+ years of experience. I am an author of several Amazon best-selling books in the medication arena. In addition, I have created one of the longest-running pharmacy education blogs (Meded101) and one of the most popular podcasts (Real Life Pharmacology) on pharmacology. I've been acknowledged or quotes in the Wall Street Journal, American Journal of Nursing, Pharmacy Times, and Pharmacy Today publications.