In this curriculum, students are introduced to both the therapeutic and research and design aspects of pharmacology. Students explore proper drug administration, common adverse effects, and various types of drugs. Students discover the history of pharmacology and drug regulations. Students also practice methods to reduce drug errors such as proper reading and writing of prescriptions and drug labels. Through the completion of this curriculum, students gain insight into principles, techniques, and practices related to Pharmacology. 





National Health Science Standards

Module Equipment Includes

Student Workbook, Instructor's Manual, Installation CD, Bowl, Cake Pan, Chemical Splash Goggles, Chemplates, Cooking Thermometer, Ethanol, Flatware Set, Funnel, Glass Liquid Measuring Cup, Headphones, Hot Pad, Hydrochloric Acid, Iron Chloride, Mini Storage, Mixing Bowl, Mortar and Pestle, pH Strips, Pill Counting Tray and Spatula, Pipettes, Sauce Pan, Single Burner Hot Plate, Skills Cart, Slotted Spoon, Surgical Gloves, Surgical Gown, Teaspoon, Tray, 20 Dram Amber Vial, 13 Dram Green Vial, 6 Dram Blue Vial, 2 Liter Soda Bottle, White Stock Bottle, miscellaneous materials and consumables

Computer is required and sold separately. 

Optional: Mini Fridge

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Curriculum Specifications

Instructions to download the recommended pharmacy simulation application is included in the curriculum.