In the past few years, the health education department at the University of Arkansas has made some incredible strides. One example is the introduction of the new online course in clinical pharmacology. The course has been online for one and a half years and has already produced some of the first-ever research in clinical pharmacology. It has also received national attention in the medical community.
The course is the first of what the department hopes will be many online health education resources. What it does, however, is tie together all of the research that’s been done in clinical pharmacology. The course also draws from more than 120 other health education programs at the university.
The course is actually the first of several to be developed at the university from which its research will be drawn. The goal is to create a series of online courses and other resources that will train students in clinical pharmacology and other allied health professions. The course has already been approved by the university’s Board of Regents and will begin in fall 2011.
The course covers the basics of pharmacology, including how to recognize and understand many different types of drugs. Students also learn about the effects of various drugs and the factors that can affect the effects of drugs on the body. The course teaches students about the many drugs they are likely to need as part of their practice.
The course will also cover the basics of clinical drug development, including drug discovery, structure-activity relationships, process chemistry, drug attrition, and the development of clinical trials.
The course will teach students about the basics of clinical drug development, including drug discovery, structure-activity relationships, process chemistry, drug attrition, and the development of clinical trials. The course will also teach students about the basics of clinical drug development, including drug discovery, structure-activity relationships, process chemistry, drug attrition, and the development of clinical trials.
The course is called “Arkansas colleges of health education”. It’s part of the Arkansas College of Health Sciences, a statewide public college. It’s a state school and is in competition with the private universities of the state.
What I find particularly interesting about the course is that it’s not just about the basics of clinical trial design. In the course you’ll learn the basics of clinical trial design, including how to design clinical trials, how to run a clinical trial, how to collect data in a clinical trial, and how to analyze and interpret the results. Also, you’ll learn how to design a successful clinical trial that leads to the development of a drug.
This course is a lot more than just a refresher course in clinical trial design. There are many interactive activities in the online portion of the course, including a live online discussion, and it’s a lot of fun. Plus, it’s a great place to meet with faculty and attend faculty meetings, and the course is open to all undergraduates.
We’re not sure if we should have included the word ‘clinical’ in that title, but its an excellent way to think about this course. Basically, the course teaches how to design a clinical trial, which is more like a research study, but also allows the researchers to determine if their drug is effective. The course also works to help you understand how to design more than just a study.