The Top 250 Drugs – Online Pharmacotherapy Video Course

ClinCalc DrugStats Database has been a bit quiet over the past year.  Our Twitter account has been mute, email updates rare, and website updates sparse.

Why the radio silence?

We’ve been diligently working on an exciting new product for the past year.  Quite literally, HUNDREDS of hours have been poured into the conception, creation, and implementation of this amazing new product.  Given this massive undertaking, we’ve kept website and mobile app updates to a minimum in order to expedite our production schedule.

Introducing The Top 250 Drugs

After the launch of FlashRX, an adaptive-learning flashcard/quiz mobile app for the most common prescription medications, we received a massive amount of feedback from students and practitioners wanting more. Much, much more.

The Top 250 Drugs Online Course

We’re proud to announce The Top 250 Drugs, an online course featuring 60+ succinct videos for healthcare professionals and students to develop a rock-solid understanding of the top 250 medications.

Rethinking Drug Therapy Education

Learning about drug therapy can be like drinking from a firehose.  Bloated “top 200” flashcards, lengthy textbook chapters, and seemingly endless PowerPoint presentations are not digestible.  Frustration can set in quickly when you can’t seem to remember basic concepts from only a few weeks ago.

The focus and philosophy of this video content is to build a foundational understand of drug therapy while minimizing the time and effort required.  By emphasizing the basics, learners will be able to retain important information, connect key concepts, and bridge the gap between textbook knowledge and clinical skills.

Example Videos – The Top 250 Drugs

Click on the image below for a short video covering the most important points of atypical antipsychotics:

Course Preview: Atypical Antipsychotics (Psychiatric Drugs unit)

Ready to Sign Up?

To learn more about the other fantastic features and learning philosophy of the Top 250 Drugs, check out our course page below:

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