Course Offered: Spring, Summer, Fall
Prerequisite Courses: BMS 235
Instructor: Dr. Pete Bill
This course is the second of two courses in the distance learning program that presents an introductions to the principles of pharmacology for the veterinary technician. Emphasis will be placed upon key concepts of how drugs work, terminology commonly used with therapeutic agents, important mechanisms and side effects of commonly used veterinary drugs and dosage calculations.
Method of Delivery: Primarily web-based exercises, textbook and online or paper examination. The course is a series of exercises to be completed by the student. Exercises are found on the BMS 23600 Blackboard site. The instructor will provide the student with feedback on the answers. A sealed quiz or test will be sent to the proctor and is to be completed under the supervision of a proctor who must be a veterinarian, registered veterinary technician (not a veterinary assistant) or educator/teacher. The quiz or test is returned to the instructor for grading.
|Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics for the Veterinary Technician, 3rd Edition||Bill||9780323011136|
|Medical Mathematics and Dosage Calculations for Veterinary Professionals, 2nd Edition||Bill||9780813823638|
|Veterinary Drug Handbook, 7th Editon Pocket Edition||Plumb||0470959649|