Memorizing Pharmacology Questions, Answers, and Rationales, Books 1 to 7: Multiple Choice, Matching, Mnemonics, and a Final Exam [Audiobook]
English | February 03, 2020 | ASIN: B084DCJ47T | MP3@64 kbps | 18h 28m | 481.72 MB
Author: Tony Guerra
Narrator: Tony Guerra, Mike Lenz
This is a Seven-Bundle of Memorizing Pharmacology Questions, Answers, and Rationales with an Additional Final Exam
With triplet eight-year-old daughters, I don't get four-hour study blocks in a quiet corner of the library. I get an hour here or 15 minutes there. This book is for those commuters, busy parents, and working students who need a "fit it in" approach to studying pharmacology. This book has multiple rapid-fire questions, answers, rationales, and mnemonics that you can do alone or with a partner to help you understand pharmacology better and remember the content longer.
Multiple choice questions with rationales - I include essential mnemonics and background information
Prefixes, suffixes, and infixes matching - these are the key to learning many hundreds of drug classifications
Sorting series section - here you make sense out of drug classes better picturing their relationships
One-line cases - these cases come in pairs so you can work with a partner
Short essay prompts - it's nice to know how the professor might answer a question
A special bonus chapter preview from the book Memorizing Pharmacology Mnemonics
But let's talk about the most pressing issue that keeps you from succeeding: energy.
This book makes it easier and simpler to listen and grasp pharmacology concepts without expending too much of your energy or efforts!