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Using the Fish Tank Model as a teaching tool for pharmacokinetics

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Please read the abstract of the paper published by Prof. Brown.

This report describes student perceptions of the Fish Tank Model of first-order elimination as a learning aid in a clinical pharmacokinetics course. The paper describes the Fish Tank Model and its assessment result.

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Clinical Pharmacokinetics: Dosing and Monitoring

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