Principles of Pharmacology

David E. Golan

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PHRM30003 H1 (90%) Notes (Part 2)

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PHRM30003 H1 (90%) Notes (Part 1)

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PHRM30003 Summary + Revision Checklist (Grade: H1 95+)

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H1 STUDENT, 7.0GPA, detailed notes for PHRM30003

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Comprehensive notes + lectures notes(95%)

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PHRM 30003 Drugs Cheat Sheet

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PART 2 - PHRM30003 Drug Treatment of Disease H1 Notes

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PART TWO (too large as one file) Comprehensive and detailed notes of lecture material (all lectures...

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PART 1 - PHRM30003 Drug Treatment of Disease H1 notes

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PHRM30003: Comprehensive Notes

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Lecture Notes and EXAM Q&A

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Reviews

Great subject with great content and lecturers. Similar to second year pharmacology, but even though they say it's not a prerequisite I would not recommend doing this subject without having done second year. They do okay to catch you up but they do assume a lot of knowledge. I found the exam to be challenging because it was entirely essay-style, which meant you really had to know your stuff without the advantage of being promoted by MCQs.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Really useful follow-up subject to second-year pharmacology. Lecturers do a good job of keeping the subject engaging. MSTs are pretty straightforward with a H1 very achievable. Extended response component of the final exam was a little dodgy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject builds on top of 2nd year concepts. It's a challenging subject especially if your 2nd year knowledge is inadequate. The Cardiovascular content is an extension of what was covered in 2nd year pharmacology but with the addition of needing to know the mechanism of side effects. Understanding the physiology and mechanism behind the drugs is crucial to doing well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The content from this subject was interesting. In 2018, we had five blocks of learning material: Principles, Immune System, Cancer, Respiratory, Cardiovascular. In each block (except maybe principles), we learned about the basis of a disease and then learned about pharmacological drugs to treat those diseases. If you approach every block in that way, then you can do quite well in this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Well run subject that I found both interesting and challenging. Doing 2nd year pharm and pathology helped me alot for this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017