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Practical Manual of Pharmacology for Medical Students
Author:  
Dinesh Badyal
 


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ISBN9789390595020
Edition 3/e
Publish Year2021
Pages340
Size 8.5" x 11"
Cover TypePaperback
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 725 Grams
Quick Overview
Practical Manual of Pharmacology for Medical Students has been written keeping in view updates in pharmacology teaching-learning and assessment as per new competency-based MBBS curriculum. The book covers the essential components added in new curriculum like communication skills, simulation-based learning, computer-based learning, ethics, attitudinal skills and hands-on exercises to learn by doing problem/scenario-based exercises. The book consists of all the competencies in psychomotor domains with addition of relevant competencies from other domains that are needed for psychomotor, attitudinal and communication skills. There is addition of several application-based exercises to learn various aspects of clinical pharmacology. The book has updated chapters on all essential components to impart the necessary skills required for budding doctors in the subject of pharmacology as per prevailing regulations in the country. There are additions in chapters on communication, technical skills, simulations, pharmacoeconomics, new teaching methods and various aspects of assessment. The latest standard treatment guidelines in rational use of drugs, updates on formulations, new regulations on drugs, clinical trials and ethics have been incorporated. The book has relevant information for dental students as well as postgraduate students of pharmacology. The book can be used as reference book as well as practical manual for teaching and used for assessment stations.
Key Features
  • The book has incorporated the pharmacology competencies in various chapters with careful distinction between sections.
  • A new section has been added—Teaching-Learning and Assessment.
  • Modules for simulation-based/hybrid models have been added for skills, learning and assessment.
  • New chapters have been added for various technical and nontechnical skills in pharmacology.
  • Thought-provoking examples and exercises have been added to all chapters.
  • Updates in the book have been aligned with new curriculum and feedback from readers.
Target Audience
  • Medical Students
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