Pharmacology II

Management and Surveillance
11 Oct 2022
12 Apr 2023
11 Oct 2023

2 days course

Danish

11,400 DKK ex VAT
(app. 1,533 EUR ex VAT)
50% DISCOUNT FOR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

SUMMARY

This  course gives you an introduction to pharmacology based on clinical practice and on what you learned in the Anatomy & Physiology and Pathology courses. You will learn the basic terminology in pharmacology to help you interact with other healthcare professionals and gain knowledge on drug interaction and how drugs work in different contexts and populations.

Pharmacology II is the second of three modules of this course. In this module we will review the main high-risk populations and give you a general understanding on how drugs affect these patient groups. Furthermore, we will go through the main available sources of reliable pharmacological information, and look into the pre- and post-marketing of drugs.

The three pharmacology courses are mandatory modules of the Pharma Consultant Programme.

KEYWORDS

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Course leader(s) & Lecturer(s)

  • Espen Jimenez Solem
    Course leader
    MD
    Bispebjerg Hospital

IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

These courses are open to anyone who wants a basic knowledge of pharmacology and who wishes to strengthen their capabilities when working with or advising on drugs as a professional in sales and marketing, market access or public affairs.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 

  1. The basic pharmacology terminology
  2. The principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
  3. How to understand SPCs and interact with other healthcare professionals

WHAT YOUR COMPANY WILL GET 

  1. An employee with basic and all-round knowledge of pharmacology
  2. An employee who can interact with healthcare professionals
  3. An employee with the ability to solve drug-related tasks using a theoretical and clinical approach


    Course calendar

    Choose your starting date
    Starting 11 Oct 2022
    Starting 12 Apr 2023
    Starting 11 Oct 2023
    11 Oct 2022 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    12 Oct 2022 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    Practical information

    Registration

    Registration deadline
    4 Oct 2022
    Atrium
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    Register
    11 - 12 Oct
    12 Apr 2023 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    13 Apr 2023 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    Practical information

    Registration

    Registration deadline
    5 Apr 2023
    Atrium
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    Register
    12 - 13 Apr
    11 Oct 2023 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    12 Oct 2023 9:00-16:00

    DAY 3 - 4

    • Drug interactions
    • Patient populations with particular risks
    • Drug poisoning
    • Support systems and administrative pharmacology
    Practical information

    Registration

    Registration deadline
    4 Oct 2023
    Atrium
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    Register
    11 - 12 Oct
    Sometimes things change. This is the expected programme.

    Course information

    Literature

    Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.

    Please familiarize yourself with the mandatory readings before starting the course.

    The course book for this course is:

    • Brøsen, K mf. (2014) Basal og klinisk farmakologi. FADLs forlag

    Prerequisites

    These courses are intended for individuals with extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology. We recommend that you take the courses Anatomy and physiology and Pathology prior to taking these courses. Aside from this, there are no prerequisites for this course but we recommend that you have a Bachelor’s degree or similar as a minimum. 

    Examination

    The exam  is held online, usually 4-6 weeks after the course.

    You will receive a link with exam questions via your personal Atrium log-in.

    In order to participate in the exam, you must have attended Pharmacology I, Pharmacology II and Pharmacology III. 

    This course is a part of this programme

    Pharma Consultant Programme

    Design a medical training programme that fits your professional interests. Relevant if you work with or advice on drugs, maybe as a professional in sales and marketing, market access or public affairs in the pharma industry

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    Course leader(s)

    Espen Jimenez Solem
    MD
    Bispebjerg Hospital

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