Basic Knowledge of Human Anatomy and Physiology
After completing this course, the student will: Synthesize basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology to develop knowledge of the causes, pathophysiology, and clinical features of the various conditions affecting the body. Considering you have completed a physiology course you will be required to recall that information.
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Principles
Understand basic pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics principles.
Administration of Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs
Describe proper maintenance and documentation of records for the administration of prescription and nonprescription drugs.
Routes Used to Administer Medications
Understand advantages and disadvantages of common routes used to administer medications.
Analyze relationships between inflammation, repair, regeneration, and healing as they relate to pharmacological intervention.
Reference Sources for Pharmacological Information
Utilize reference sources for pharmacological information.
Patient Info for Prescription and Nonprescription Agents
Synthesize patient information for prescription and nonprescription agents associated with the treatment and relief of symptoms from illnesses and injuries.
Clinical Use of Various Prescription and Nonprescription Agents
Understand clinical use of various prescription and nonprescription agents associated with the treatment and relief of symptoms from illnesses and injuries.
Clinico-Pathological Signs and Symptoms
Evaluate clinico-pathological signs and symptoms for specific medical conditions that assist the sport medicine/allied health care clinician in correlating findings in determining the course of action for illness and disease.
Current Banned-Drug Lists
Identify sources of current banned-drug lists published by various associations.
Drug Testing and Screening Program
Describe basic concepts of organizing and coordinating a drug testing and screening program.