View QT Drugs Lists

  View Southwestern
  U.S. Hispanic
  Herbal Remedies

  CERT Learning:
  »
Preventable Adverse Drug      Reactions
  » Clinical Overview of Long QT      Syndrome and Torsades de      Pointes
  ----------------------------------
  Other Education Resources:
  » The Long QT Syndrome
  » Knowledge Objectives in
     Medical Pharmacology
  » Clinical Pharmacology
  » Cytochrome P450 Drug
     Interaction Table

  CERT Publications
  Women's Health  
 
C Path
Arizona Health Sciences Center
Center for Education & Research on Therapeutics
     
©2002 Arizona CERT
Google


Search WWW
Search azcert.org

    

 

Education Toolbox for Professionals


Clinical Pharmacology Educational Module 1


Preventable Adverse Drug Reactions:
A Focus on Drug Interactions

This module was developed based on a needs survey sent to all third year medicine clerkship directors and medicine residency program directors in the U.S.

The module components are available in the following formats:

   
 
Module Components      Format
Slide Presentation     PowerPoint | HTML
Speaker's Notes
Self-Assessment Test Questions
Drug-Interaction Reference Card
Module Evaluation Form

The module was developed by the Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics (CERT) while at Georgetown University (this CERT is now located at The Critical Path Institute in Tucson, Arizona) in collaboration with the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration. The work was sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). We encourage you to complete the module Evaluation Form, as it will provide feedback for the development of future learning modules.

 
 

Arizona Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics
The Critical Path Institute

Tucson, Arizona and Rockville, Maryland

Funded in part by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality grant 1 U18 HS10385-01

Disclaimer and Waiver
The information presented is intended solely for the purpose of providing general information about health related matters. It is not intended for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, medical or pharmaceutical advice and/or treatment, nor is it intended to substitute for the users' relationships with their own health care/pharmaceutical providers. To that extent, by continued use of this program, the user affirms the understanding of the purpose and releases The Critical Path Institute, The University of Arizona, State of Arizona and Arizona Board of Regents from any claims arising out of his/her use of the website.

Information Center For Consumers Arizona CERT Home For Professionals