Last Tuesday, June 15, was our first day of class. After our Physical Diagnosis class in the very first morning of the day, I already forgot what subject comes next which is supposed to be Pharmacology. Indeed, our first pharmacology class.
On that same day, we already had our formal lessons/classes and had tackled a number of topics already. One of which, the most basic, is the subspecialties of the study of drugs, pharmacology.
As seen above, I have here one of the slides in the power point presentation of the doctor who was our lecturer that time. Though the lecture, as what my classmates said, was just easy, for me, I found it difficult since I got to fall asleep in the middle of the lecture. In fact, for me not to be able to get more asleep, I just encircle some words which the doctor used to mention repeatedly.
In other discussions of the subspecialties of pharmacology, we had some exchange of ideas the use of prohibited drugs, its adverse and side effects as well as the necessary meth intervention and other drug abuse interventions.
With that an hour and half of our, I thought, simple discussion, we already tackled almost a chapter. Whew! I guess I need to have my advance reading with my two pharmacology books now.