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New Module: Spanish and Parts in English

Toxicología Veterinaria en Español

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2021 Bootcamps in Physiology and Pharmacology Planned Late Summer/Fall

 Bootcamps

The popular "Approach to Physiology" and "Approach to Pharmacology" Bootcamps are both planned for August/September in 2021. The physiology bootcamp will this year focus on gastrointestinal physiology as an example system topic, with a focus on how to approach truly understanding physiological concepts.   The pharmacology bootcamp will address general pharmacological principles and this year, focus on rational antimicrobial therapy as example content.  As always, case discussions will be included to reinforce the importance and relevance of content and allow practice in clinical reasoning using pharmacological concepts.

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Focus on Higher Order Thinking

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