Skip to 0 minutes and 15 seconds Hi, everyone. Welcome to the lecture Clinical Pharmacokinetics. My name is Shawn Chen. I’m a professor and the associate dean for education college of a pharmacy, Taipei Medical University. This course is focusing on Clinical Applications of Pharmacokinetic Dosing and Monitoring I would like to introduce our teachers for his course. We have two lecturers for this course. The first speaker is Professor Daniel Brown. Dr. Brown is currently a Visiting Professor, college of pharmacy Taipei Medical University. Dr. Brown complete his traning from University of Wisconsin and also from the training from University of Pacific. He also complete clinical pharmacy residency training from University of Illinois Medical Center. Dr.
Skip to 1 minute and 21 seconds Brown has been practicing and teachers for many years and the most important he has been the Dean of Gregory School of Pharmacy Palm Beach Atlantic University between year 2005 and 2010. Our second speaker as Dr. Marcie Wu. Dr. Marcie Wu, complete her training from University of Florida for Pharm.D. and also currently is aboard certificated pharmacotherapy specialist. Dr. Wu joined TMU healthcare system at Wanfang Medical Center and has been an inpatient pharmacy manager for several years. Currently she is the ICU clinical pharmacy specialist. And Dr. Marcie you also complete her internal medicine and infectious disease training in University of Illinois at Chicago And also Critical care training in the Ohio State University . so I hope you can enjoy this course.
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Hello, Learners! Welcome to our pharmacokinetics series. I am Prof. Shawn Chen, the main educator of this course.
The international group of instructors for this course are:
Daniel Brown, Pharm D, Professor, Loma Linda University & Visiting Professor, Taipei Medical University
Marcie Wu, Pharm D., Clinical Pharmacist, Wan Fan Hospital & Department of Pharmacy, Taipei Medical University
In this course, you will learn:
to interpret laboratory results
to assess clinical findings
to apply pharmacokinetic concepts in order to determine an individualized dosage regimen for a specific patient.
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