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The Net of Knowledge Team

The Basics of Pharmacology: Know your Patient's Meds

with Justin Shin

September 9, 2021 - 5pm PDT, 8pm EDT

FREE to attend!

Overview

This class is an introduction to pharmacology for acupuncturists. We will examine basic pharmacological principles that are important for any acupuncturist to know, since many of our patients we treat are simultaneously taking medications.

Topics will include: the methods of action, drug classes, and common medications.

Event details

  • Access through the Net of Knowledge platform in your own learning account.
  • Need the CEUs? You will be able to purchase these after the event through CSOMA! (Free for CSOMA Members)
  • Live event with the opportunity to ask the teacher questions.
  • Lifetime access to the recordings where you can take bookmarks and notes and review year after year.
Event hosted by:
  • Free Event
  • Approved by: California (1.5) , Standard Certificate (1.5)

  • Event Type: Live Streaming

  • Event Length: 2 hrs

  • Access Period: Lifetime Access to Recordings

What is Net of Knowledge?

Objectives

Here's what you should expect to come away with from this event.

  • 1. Articulate the basic principles of pharmacology
  • 2. Identify the pharmacologic effects and mechanisms of actions for various classes of medication.
  • 3. Recognize each drug class's nomenclature and basic use.

Outline

  • September 9, 2021 - 5pm PDT, 8pm EDT (1.5 hrs)

    Introduction to Pharmacology

    Targeting Receptor Mechanism of Action

    Drug Classes

    Various Mechanism of Actions for Drug Classes

    Recognition of Medications

    Summary of Pharmacology

Secure your spot!

Register now to attend this excellent FREE event!

Meet Your Teacher

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Justin Shin

Dr. Shin received his degree in Pharmacy from MCPHS. Researched drug discovery for ALS at Drexel College of Medicine. Received MSTCM and DACM from ACTCM. Interned with UCSF Osher Center. Residency at Highland Hospital. Currently pioneering the first acupuncture program for the SFVA.


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