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Unformatted text preview: PHPR 20200 January 12, 2011 PHPR Chapter 1 Learning objectives 1. Define the terms: pharmacology, therapeutics, and pharmacotherapy. 2. List the practitioners who have the authority to write prescriptions for legend drugs in List legend Indiana. Indiana. 3. Differentiate between prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. 4. Identify key US drug regulations that have ensured the safety and efficacy of medications. medications. 5. Discuss the role of the FDA in the drug approval process. 6. Explain the stages for drug development and approval. Chapter 2 Learning objectives 1. Define mechanism of action (MOA) and bioavailability. 2. Explain how bioavailability affects drug choice and drug action. 3. Differentiate between a drug’s brand and generic names. 4. Compare and contrast the drug schedules. 5. Give an example of drugs at each drug schedule. ...
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