Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor is the author of the Pharmacology textbook and is very up-to-date with changes in pharmacological medicine. She is very supportive and responds to emails promptly to support learning.
I learned that in order to truly be successful in any practice involving pharmacology, you have to stay up to date with pharmacological changes frequently. During the course and even after.
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Advice for students:
I learned the best way to learn in this class is to make flash cards with index cards. Start with making flash cards of medications by their class and commonalities before worrying about specific name of medications. Then when you go into specific medications in the class, find what makes them unique in side effects and contraindications. This made a big difference in me being successful.