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H1 PHRM20001 ALL DRUGS SUMMARISED

Written by Andrew

Here are my summaries of all the drugs taught in PHRM20001 when I completed the subject in Semester...

132 pages, 3644 words

Fully Comphrensive Notes (ALL LECTURES INCLUDED)

Written by Krishna

These fully comprehensive notes cover ALL lectures from weeks 1-12. If you have an MST or exam comin...

35 pages, 19374 words

Pharmacology: How Drugs Work (PHRM20001) Comprehensive Study Notes (H1-88)

Written by Sam

A comprehensive, easily-accessible set of study notes covering all of the lectures from the subject....

119 pages, 26613 words

Fully Comphrensive DRUG GLOSSARY

Written by Krishna

Look no further for your revision! this will help you get through the semester with an easy referenc...

18 pages, 6618 words

PHRM20001 Lectures 1-18 notes

Written by Jeffrey

Detailed notes lectures 1-18 including relevant diagrams and pictures (93% on final exam)

94 pages, 18532 words

PHRM20001 H1 (90%) Notes (Part 2)

Written by Cass

This set of notes (Part 2) comprises Lectures 18-31 while notes for Lectures 1-17 are available in P...

32 pages, 10515 words

PHRM20001 H1 (90%) Notes (Part 1)

Written by Cass

This set of notes (Part 1) comprises Lectures 1-17 while the remaining lecture notes are available i...

35 pages, 9713 words

Complete High H1 Notes and Drug List for PHRM20001: Pharmacology: How Drugs Work

Written by Ryan

Complete notes for pharmacology allowed me to achieve a really good H1 (87). A really good subject t...

85 pages, 24533 words

PHRM20001 Summary + Revision Checklist (Grade: H1 90+)

Written by Cindy

These notes are a summary of all the drugs and drug concepts you need to know to get through this su...

86 pages, 28980 words

HIGH H1 (90) PHRM20001 notes part 1

Written by Rachel

This set of notes are based on the lecture content for lectures 1 to 23. It is a very quick way to e...

35 pages, 11222 words

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Reviews

Really enjoyed this subject because the content was highly applicable and interesting! They explained concepts well and resources to help you understand is accessible :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Interesting introduction to later Pharmacology subjects

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Worked in very well with Human Physiology. The lecturers were all very competent and the content was always interesting. There is a lot of memorising of drugs and mechanisms, but if you get organised then it won't be so much of a problem.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Quite well coordinated, related to physiology in many ways helps if you are taking it together or like you took it the semester before. Interesting to know the mechanism of drugs but does have a lot of memorising (eg. drug names, mechanism, side effects, etc)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I really enjoyed physiology so learning about how we can manipulate the physiology to treat certain conditions really fascinated me. The questions they asked were fair. I didn't really enjoy the lab work very much but this was a small part of the subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This was both a challenging yet enjoyable subject, especially if you have an interest in the mechanisms behind a variety of drugs, just be prepared for some degree of rote learning. Prior, or concurrent knowledge of PHYS20008 (Human Physiology) is beneficial, as this will help you understand the body processes drugs interact with.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Found this subject really interesting, especially learning the mechanisms of actions of each drug. There are a lot of drugs to remember, but that's expected for a pharmacology subject. If you stay on top of the subject, it'll be less stressful to prepare for the mid-semester test and exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Loved this subject and will keep doing pharmacology units. However, I think that is because I find the topic super interesting, unlike my friend who struggled with the content because he found it boring. Be prepared to commit yourself to a lot of memorisation for this subject, we counted 112 drug names.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This subject does cover a lot of drug names and is somewhat content heavy; however it is very interesting and particularly useful for the therapeutics section if you are doing HSF (BIOM20002). Most of the lecturers are engaging and the practicals are fairly straightforward.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Not as much memorising as I thought there would be, but still a fair bit. If you fall behind too much I would imagine trying to catch-up would be quite overwhelming considering the subject focuses more on remembering specifics than general ideas. At first I thought they didn't give enough practice questions to aid throughout the semester, but after taking the exam I came to realise that what they do give is more than sufficient as the assessment questions are pretty straightforward.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017