Forensic Pharmacology (ONLINE)
Nov. 18, 2019 - Nov. 20, 2019
Tuition Cost: $600-$750Register Now
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST
The Forensic Pharmacology course is a unique online opportunity taught by Dr. Lionel Raymon, a clinical and forensic toxicologist whose expertise bridges the interface of pharmacology and toxicology with medical and behavioral sciences. Dr. Raymon is a gifted lecturer who draws on sensitive case experience and responsibilities of academic training to contribute to the rigor to methodology and peer review. The format of the class is “live-on-line”. Dr. Raymon expects active participation of the class and dynamically orients the topics based on constant feedback and questions.
Registration includes Dr. Raymon’s textbook Clinical Pharmacology
*this event is not recorded for future use, attendees must be present online.
Who Should Register
Students, professionals, and anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of pharmacology.
If you register 5 or more attendees from your business/organization, you are offered a 20% discount on each ticket.
Day 1 – General Principles of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
- Understanding the primary pharmacokinetic equations of single dose and multiple administration and practice questions.
- Pharmacodynamics will cover the main signal transduction systems used by drugs and define agonism, antagonism, affinity, potency and efficacy.
Day 2 – Application to Clinical Pharmacology of autonomic and selected cardiovascular medications
- Objectives are to describe the physiopathology of autonomic and cardiovascular systems with respect to drugs affecting them.
- Emphasis on common autonomic side effects of drugs such as antimuscarinic and adrenergic pharmacology will provide links to other classes of medications such as antihistamines and certain drugs of abuse.
Day 3 – CNS Pharmacology with an emphasis on anxiolytics, opioid drugs, and antidepressants
- Review of neuroanatomical and neurochemical pathways controlling mood, movement, eye and pain will give a stronger foundation to CNS pharmacology.
- Concluding with the more complex pharmacology of CNS drugs and their potential for interactions and abuse liability.