Clinical Pharmacology II
Research support framework
The following shows where Clinical Pharmacology II fits into the Research Support Framework developed by PCC Librarians.
- I can explain and describe my position on this issue, and support it with primary sources
- I can accurately summarize the scholarly conversation
- Complexity in research and analysis
- Participant in scholarly conversation
Library support of CCOGs
These are the course outcomes and other indicators which require library support.
- Use current, reliable sources of information to access pertinent information about drugs and natural products, focusing on finding and interpreting pertinent current information from a drugguide, comprehensive drug information sources, and electronic databases; and accessing and interpreting pharmacology-focused articles in current professional journals
- Utilize current sources of drug information to make decisions about appropriateness and effectiveness of drug therapy and teach peoplesafe and appropriate use of these drugs
Course integrated research support
These are the ways that the librarians can support information literacy achievement for the students in this course.
- Locate and use professional-level drug guides, as well as reliable and comprehensive drug and natural product information sources
- Select relevant databases for professional and current information on pharmacology, for both patient awareness and professional development
- Identify sources of professional-level journal articles
- Locate library-based, professional-level drug information sources
- Use controlled vocabularies and limiters in searching databases to identify relevant sources
- Use specialized search engines and indicators of peer-review to locate relevant and reliable sources
- Identify audience, bias, and purpose of information sources
- Identify synonyms, colloquial terms v. scientific terms, and encompassing concepts, for keyword searching
- Recognize the different purposes of sources through the publication cycle