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Pharmacotherapy

Improving Medical Education Through Clinical Pharmacy Pearls, Case Studies, and Common Sense
Written by: Eric Christianson
Narrated by: Michael Lenz, Tony Guerra
Length: 5 hrs and 51 mins
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Experience is the best teacher. Learn from someone who’s been there.

In this book, I share my real-world experiences and scenarios as a clinical pharmacist to help you get a better grasp on medication management. I’ve been acknowledged in the Wall Street Journal, American Journal of Nursing, National Association Directors of Nursing, Pharmacy Times, and Pharmacy Today

My goal is to teach you clinical common sense when it comes to medications. This is a book full of clinical pearls, case studies, and medication mistakes that every healthcare professional involved in medical management should know. If you’re passionate about learning more about polypharmacy, drug interactions, medication therapy management, and common medication mistakes, you’re going to love this book.

Eric Christianson, PharmD, BCPS, CGP, and founder of meded101.com

©2015 Eric John Christianson (P)2018 Eric Christianson

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  • MemorizingPharmacology
  • 2018-08-10

Helpful examples and real life scenarios

If you're listening to this book, you're probably a pharmacy or other health professional student. It seems kind of strange that knowing how much students commute to clinicals that there wasn’t an audiobook earlier. If you want to feel fired up about going into work, this book does a great job of giving you real stories that may remind you why you’re working so hard with a ton of clinical pearls that stick. It’s not a comprehensive book, but definitely a catch up or get ahead book.

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  • DLH
  • 2019-08-21

It helped this nurse!

I was looking for something to help me educate my patients better at discharge. I listened occasionally on the way to work. I started catching things immediately. I’ve called pharmacy a hundred times since then to clarify the red flags I learned about. Well worth my time. It’s a good refresher and I can see myself listening to it again later on.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-06-20

Enjoyable, useful listen

This AudioBook has been enjoyable to listen to so far with an engaging, entertaining style. It offers helpful clinical tidbits. The level is better suited for students than practicing clinicians, but I did hear a few useful reminders. Overall, I would recommend this book for young practitioners.

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  • Dede Agossou
  • 2018-08-24

A great book

Every pharmacy student ought to own a copy of this book; especially if you are in your last year. I will strongly recommend this book for anyone who has been practicing for years and wants a systematic approach to their patient care.

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  • Pam V.
  • 2019-05-16

Very very good and informative

This book is so informative and very well written. I am taking my Naplex soon and this is the best study on case study I have found. Thanks, Mr. Christensen!!!! Don vonMinden

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  • EJ
  • 2018-08-27

Great resource for nurses and students

It is awesome to hear real life scenarios to get a sense as to how to handle certain situations. Sometimes the cases are a little bit short, but it makes it easier to listen to. Great to learn from real world scenarios instead of the same old textbook memorization. Overall, would strongly recommend this book to all healthcare professions who work with medications.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2018-08-12

Succinct and clinically relevant!

As a medical student looking to brush up my knowledge of real world drug interactions, this audio book was incredibly helpful.

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  • CSaunders
  • 2020-10-07

It was a good listen.

I enjoyed the book and picked up some clinical pearls along the way, would recommend.

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  • Diedre
  • 2020-08-18

Highly recommend

This book is very informative. I really enjoyed the case studies. It applied the medications that I have learned throughout my pharmacology course into real life situations. What I found to be very beneficial was the clinical pearls and how the author went into detail as to how important they are. Highly recommend.

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  • Heather
  • 2020-08-16

Pharmacology review

This text really helped me to understand some of the drugs I learned about in my Pharmacology class. It helped me to be able to relate different medications with the side effects with patients. The details are broken down to understand the concepts much easier than reading a textbook. It really helped me to understand the side effects overall.