Neuropharmacology (NP)

Neuropharmacology (NP)

by Pravin Shukle, MD, Rhonda Lawes

Course Details

  • Videos 109
  • Duration 7:55 h
  • Quiz questions 253
  • Concept Pages 29

Content

Your Educators of course Neuropharmacology (NP)

 Pravin Shukle, MD

Pravin Shukle, MD

Dr. Pravin Shukle is a board certified specialist in internal medicine and currently works as an Independent Medical Practice Professional in Ontario, Canada.
He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1994.
Dr. Shukle is an avid speaker and performs over 150 special lectures across the nation each year with various audiences ranging from the general public, to nurses, to physicians, to medical specialists.
Within Lecturio, he teaches courses on Pharmacology.

 Rhonda Lawes

Rhonda Lawes

Dr. Rhonda Lawes is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE), and an Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Nursing in Oklahoma, USA.
She obtained her PhD in Educational Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 2016.
Due to her achievements, she has earned numerous teaching awards. She teaches nursing students how to use the science of cognitive learning to maximize their study effectiveness.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Lawes is the Director of Nursing Education Programs, and teaches courses on Pharmacology (Nursing), Medical Surgical Nursing and Pathophysiology.


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Great sereie of lectures.
By Lucas F. on 15. March 2022 for ANS - Pharmacology

The content and the development of the lectures are excellent. Dr. Shukle is a great teacher.

 
Wonderful lectures
By Alamin B. on 15. February 2022 for CNS - Pharmacology

Wonderful Pharma lecture, clear and easy to understand. Concepts and principle were well elucidated

 
Love Lecturio!
By Aderonke I. on 25. January 2022 for CNS - Pharmacology

Really love the explanations provided and the images. Thank you!

 
ANS Pharmacology
By IMF O. on 01. January 2022 for ANS - Pharmacology

It was everything I needed. Although I'd suggest that the videos be arranged sequentially that way it is a tad bit easier on the brain.