Rang and Dale's Pharmacology

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Rang and Dale's Pharmacology

Rod J. Flower

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Reviews

Content heavy, but very intellectually stimulating. This subject provides you with a wider understanding of pharmacology without missing out detail as with other fundamental/introductory courses. Keeping up to date with the content will really help you in this subject as the workload builds up drastically up to and during stuvac. If you like House MD/are watching House MD then this subject will be bomb.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Super amazing subject! Taking this subject (having never taken anything like it before) made me totally fall in love with pharmacology. I'm about to start my third year majoring in pharmacology and plan to continue it as a postgrad. Essentially, yes - it is a difficult subject. But really only because you're navigating a completely field of science - like anything else, it gets easier! (remember when you thought learning what DNA bases were was hard?). What is lacks in simplicity it more than makes up for in incredibly interesting content. If you're looking for a bludge, this isn't it, but if you're after learning a completely new set of skills that will be weirdly awesome and applicable to every other subject you do in science at the cost of a little work on your part, sign yourself up!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

This was the worst organised subject I have ever done. The content is a little hard but the lecturers made it seem so much harder. Some lecturers would come in without even knowing what is in their notes, some of the had diagrams that just made things harder to understand. I also think that they needed to do the components in a different order to give us more background knowledge instead of just launching us into strange receptor names and mechanisms of actions. It was only in stuvac realise how interesting the content was. Such a shame.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Some interesting stuff, but pretty hard stuff because there seems to be assumed knowledge that you don't really get in first year. Workshops and labs are pretty good, lectures are just pretty hard.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014