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Pharmacology is one of the most challenge topics you will encounter as a healthcare professional, but it can be the most rewarding with a good understanding. Whether you are preparing to be a nurse, physician, physician assistant, pharmacist, dentist, nurse practitioner, pharmacy technician, pharmacologist, or other healthcare professional, this podcast will help you better understand pharmacology. In addition to giving you the basics like mechanism of action, side effects, drug interactions, etc., you will also be exposed to how medications actually impact patients in real life. In the Real Life Pharmacology podcast, Eric Christianson, PharmD shares his real world experiences about how a medication's mechanism of action, pharmacokinetics, adverse effects, and drug interactions can actually impact patients in both a positive and a potentially negative way. Eric Christianson PharmD is the author of the popular clinical pharmacy blog Meded101.com. People who are passionate about nursing, medicine, or pharmacy will find this podcast beneficial in helping them prepare for passing exams. This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not medical advice or intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Please seek advice from your pharmacist or primary care provider if you have questions about medications that you are taking.

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals Eric Christianson, PharmD; Pharmacology Expert and Clinical Pharmacist

    • Science & Medicine
    • 4.9, 156 Ratings

Pharmacology is one of the most challenge topics you will encounter as a healthcare professional, but it can be the most rewarding with a good understanding. Whether you are preparing to be a nurse, physician, physician assistant, pharmacist, dentist, nurse practitioner, pharmacy technician, pharmacologist, or other healthcare professional, this podcast will help you better understand pharmacology. In addition to giving you the basics like mechanism of action, side effects, drug interactions, etc., you will also be exposed to how medications actually impact patients in real life. In the Real Life Pharmacology podcast, Eric Christianson, PharmD shares his real world experiences about how a medication's mechanism of action, pharmacokinetics, adverse effects, and drug interactions can actually impact patients in both a positive and a potentially negative way. Eric Christianson PharmD is the author of the popular clinical pharmacy blog Meded101.com. People who are passionate about nursing, medicine, or pharmacy will find this podcast beneficial in helping them prepare for passing exams. This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not medical advice or intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Please seek advice from your pharmacist or primary care provider if you have questions about medications that you are taking.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
156 Ratings

156 Ratings

mpazdr1 ,

Managed-Care Pharmacist

I find this podcast to be a great succinct review of specific medication facts. I’ve been out of direct patient care for many years and my knowledge of medication details has become a bit rusty. Therefore, this podcast is very helpful not only for health students but also for everyone else who wants to refresh their knowledge of meds.

Wanshan2 ,

Practicing clinical pharmacist and preceptor

I am a full time practicing clinical pharmacist where I work in ambcare clinics, inpatient setting and round with physicians. I precept ambulatory care students, and as a working mother with little ones this is a wonderful podcast that is spot on from what I’ve observed in practice, and he gives succinct information that is a refresher. I listened to all his episodes even while doing chores, and appreciate how well he explains the MOA, cases and pearls. The reason why I listen is to keep me refreshed in knowledge, and preparing for BCPS when I cannot read something while juggling the kids.
Thank you so much for doing the weekly podcasts so much!
Bony Kari

NP student too ,

Auditory Learner

Pharmacology is the hardest class for me to learn. Thanks for helping me with NP school pharmacology. I really learn better listening then reading this stuff!! Your voice and tone and spead of reading is perfect. I hear a perhaps a bit of Canadian accent?

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