A Synthesis of Digital Resources for Pharmacology

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  • 3 stars

    This resource is not designed to be comprehensive on all aspects of clinical pharmacology. It is free and provides interactive graphics and vignettes to learn basic pharmacology principles. It cannot be used as a primary resource, but may be used to supplement learning.  Also, this resource covers only the first 2 or 3 weeks of a Pharm course.

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  • 4 stars

    This is a not a resource to replace the teaching of pharmacology but it is a very comprehensive resource that could replace a text of pharmacology, which is why we gave it a 4 out of 5 star rating. It is detailed enough to serve in a medical school course.

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  • 3 stars

    This is not a resource to teach pharmacology but it is still a strong resource that is easy to follow and provides well organized information on many drugs. It contains the only most useful information and is not filled with esoteric information. Many of the subjects have quizzes, but not all. These could be used by faculty to write exams or by students as review questions.

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  • 2 stars

    This free resource is limited in scope and content as it does not include any lecture videos, and the lecture notes are available only for a limited number of topics. Students could use the material as a study aid or to supplement learning.

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  • 1 star

    This resource is limited to cardiovascular pharmacology and  the website doesn’t provide a whole lot of information on each drug. There is no testing material. However, it is free and includes some well labelled graphs and detailed explanations of relevant physiologic concepts.

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  • 1 star

    This could serve a s a review source for CV pharmacology but is not really a lab and couldn’t replace a lab, nor is it a replacement for the didactic portions of a pharmacology course

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