470_10_Lect1_2FBb - Departmental Outreach Oct 3rdth Team:...

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Departmental Outreach – Oct 3rd th – Team: Pharm&Tox UoT – Captain: Jane Mitchell Link through facebook http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=1213830945 Or directly to Dr Mitchell’s page http://www.runforthecure.com/site/TR/RunfortheCure/Ontario?px=12 92507&pg=personal&fr_id=1100
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System Pharmacology PCL 470Y Fall 2010
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Instructor and Course Coordinator Dr. Michelle Arnot • MSB 4219, Department of Pharmacology michelle.arnot@utoronto.ca Office hours: ~ Tuesday 1-2 pm Thursday 11-noon Or BY appointment
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Everything you will need is on BLACKBOARD • Go to Bb portal on UofT home page • Discussion – With your fellow students – With your TA – Questions for me • Articles and questions for small group sessions • Things I think you should know • Helpful multimedia links- • Practice questions before midterms • ONLINE QUIZZES YOUR LIFE-LINE & METHOD of COMMUNICATION
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SYLLABUS in on Bb Midterms: (3 X 14% each) Final : TBD ( 30 % ) On- line quizzes ( 8% ) – Best 8 of 12 Mandatory small group sessions ( 10% ) ONE written assignment ( 10% ) (pre-submitted to Turnitin)
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Resources Textbook: Principles of Medical Pharmacology . 7 th Ed. Kalant, Grant and Mitchell Others: Goodman and Gilman’s: The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 10 th edition; J. Harding and L. Limbard, editors. Clinical and Basic Pharmacology, 9 th edition; B.G. Katzung, editor Physiology Text A Short Guide to Writing About Biology, 6 th edition; Jan A. Pechenik
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Miscellaneous INFO Missed exams or late on assignments: MUST BE DOCUMENTED or ZERO ROSI Declaration and/or Doctor’s note Make-up exams- written or oral 5% per day late with assignments Quizzes- written or not, no make up Small group session- no make up There is NO CURVE in this course
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My expectations. .. • Lectures to be attended • Small group sessions to be attended and for you to be “active participants” in your learning • Material to be pre-viewed, reviewed, re-written and “integrated” • Details vs. large picture
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After this course you will be able to . .. Recall and understand specific drug/drug classes mechanism(s) of action (MOA) associated with pathologies – Review of (patho) physiology – Be able to choose specific drugs and drug classes that are best suited for particular pathology/disease Recall associated side-effects and adverse reactions associated with drug/class of drug Distinguish side-effects that may/may not be related to MOA Recall and predict potential adverse drug interactions
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After this course you will be able to . .. Interpret data from pharmacological experiments
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