Pharmacologie spéciale et éléments de pharmacothérapie [ WFARM2115 ]

9.0 crédits ECTS  85.0 h  

Teacher(s) Van Bambeke Françoise (coordinator) ; Spinewine Anne ; Hermans Emmanuel ; Feron Olivier ; Jonas Jean-Christophe ; Dessy Chantal ;
Language French
of the course
Bruxelles Woluwe

physiopathology, anatomy, general pharmacology, biochemistry ; capacity to integrate these topics with the course.

Main themes

- Systematic study of the main drug classes (pharmacochemical and pharmacological properties, indications, undesirable effects, drug interactions, contra-indications, posology, with the exception of anti-infective agents.

- Pharmacotherapy of the main pathologies for wich these drugs are used


- Knowledge of the pharmacology of the main drug classes currently used in human medicine in Belgium and of their clinical use.

- Learning outcomes : capacity to analyse, justify and possibly criticize the role of drugs in the treatment of non-hospitalized patients ; capacity to establish the benefit-risk ratio of a specific drug for a given patient, taking into account his/her physiopathological context and comedications.

The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.

Evaluation methods

- Written examination with open questions and multiple choice questions on the main parts of the course.

- Oral examination with questions integrating different parts of the course ; the student has to answer to these questions in front of a jury made of different members of the teaching team.


Support :

- Diaporamas

- Répertoire commenté des médicaments edited by the centre belge d'information pharmacothérapeutique

- Pharmacology reference book : Rang & Dale's Pharmacology : ISBN 10:0-7020-3471-1 ; ISBN 13:978-0-7020-3471-8 ; CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE

- Pharmacotherapy reference book : Di Piro : Pharmacotherapy, a pathophysiological approach ; ISBN13: 9780071478991 ; ISBN10: 007147899X ; MC GRAW HILL

Cycle et année
> Master [120] in Pharmacy
Faculty or entity
in charge

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