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Need for restructuring practical pharmacology undergraduate curriculum

Gurudas Khilnani.

Abstract
With the advent of new curriculum of pharmacology and availability of precompounded, ‘ready to use’ dosage forms, clinical pharmacy has replaced the conventional dispensing pharmacology. Current curriculum incorporates several exercises in accordance to MCI recommendations but several clinically and therapeutically relevant aspects remain to be considered (vide infra). Forgotten is an art of preparing mixtures and lotions extemporaneously. Many things were learnt during preparations of various dosage forms.

Key words: Undergraduate; Curriculum, Pharmacology, Practical Pharmacology



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