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physiology the study of normal body function
pathophysiology the study of abnormal body processes or disease
pharmaceutics the study of how drugs are introduced to the body
pharmacokinetics the study of how drugs are absorbed into the bloodstream (absorption), circulated to tissues throughout the body (distribution), inactivated (metabolized), and eliminated from the bloodstream over time (metabolism and excretion)
pharmacodynamics the study of drugs and their receptors on the molecular level
pharmacotherapeutics the study of how drugs are used in clinical practice for individual patients
learning styles inventory a tool that determines how you prefer to receive information, understand it, and commit it to memory (gives insight into how your brain works)
learning style an individuals preferred method of learning
Pharmacists’ Inventory of Learning Styles (PILS) a learning styles tool that Zubin Austin adapted in 2003 from Kolb’s theory of learning
Phase I clinical trial research study where drugs are first tested in healthy human subjects