The Top 250 Drugs course is designed for any healthcare student or professional who needs to have expertise in drug therapy.
We’re passionate about improving the quality of drug therapy education from pharmacology to pharmacotherapy. Using 60+ beautiful HD videos, this course will take your foundational pharmacotherapy knowledge to a whole new level.
This course is built specifically for healthcare providers and students to leverage your valuable time and improve your foundational understanding of pharmacotherapy. We’ve hand-picked the most essential information from the top 250 medications in the outpatient setting, including: pathophysiology, mechanism of action, brand/generic names, pronunciations, adverse effects, counseling points, boxed warnings, clinical pearls, memorization aids, and more!
What are the requirements?
- You should have some familiarity with drug therapy or be actively enrolled in a drug therapy course (pharmacology or pharmacotherapy).
What am I going to get from this course?
- Build a rock-solid, foundational understanding of the top 250 drugs in the outpatient setting.
- Identify common brand names and drug classes for the most common outpatient medications.
- Explain the mechanism of action of the Top 250 Drugs as it relates to the treatment of a given disease pathophysiology.
- List indications and contraindications of the most common medications on the market.
- Describe common and rare adverse effects and boxed warnings of the Top 250 Drugs.
- Outline important counseling points and clinical pearls of the most common outpatient medications.
What is the target audience?
- This course is meant for healthcare students and professionals with some background in drug therapy or who are currently enrolled in a drug therapy (Pharmacotherapy) course.
- This course is ideal for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians — including students and healthcare professionals.
- This video course covers drug therapy (pharmacology to pharmacotherapy). It is an excellent educational tool for clinical practice and as an adjunct to standardized exam preparation (eg, NAPLEX, BPCS, PTCB, ExCPT, PANCE, PANRE, NCLEX, USMLE, and COMPLEX).
- This course is NOT intended for patients and those without any background in the medical field.