Wish you knew even more about medicine to understand your treatment better? I'm sure you do, hence why you're on this forum! Thus many will find this course absolutely fascinating! (I've signed up, as it is FREE! Is delivered entirely online too, so even I in New Zealand can do it!)https://www.coursera.org/course/pharm101
Fundamentals of Pharmacology
(by Emma Meagher, MD)
In this class you will learn how drugs affect the body, how they alter disease processes and how they might produce toxicity. We will discuss how new drugs are tested and developed prior to them being used for patient care. We will describe how personalization of medicine will become a common day reality in patient care.
Dr. Emma Meagher graduated summa cum laude with her medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland. Following completion of an internship and residency in internal medicine, she was appointed as Senior Registrar /Lecturer of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mater Hospital, University College in Dublin, Ireland. She is currently working as an attending physician in preventive cardiology at Penn Medicine.
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