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Alison offers free online pharmacology courses that can help start or enhance your career as a pharmacologist. From our short certificate courses, we’d recommend the Introduction to Pharmacy Practice course, which covers the different roles and responsibilities of a pharmacist technician, and the Community and Institutional Pharmacy course which will explain the difference between these two kinds of pharmacies. If you are looking for a longer course then we’d suggest the Diploma in Pharmacy Technician which is focused on the principles of pharmacy practice and common disorders of the human body.Get Started
Alison offers free online certificate courses in pharmacology which are short and informative. We recommend the Introduction to Pharmacy Practice course which teaches different responsibilities of a pharmacist technician, along with Community and Institutional Pharmacy which teaches the difference between these two kinds of pharmacies. We’d also suggest the Pharmacotherapy: Cardio, Respiratory, Gastro & Endocrine Systems course which will introduce to you the systems of Human body. If you are looking to become a successful pharmacologist, get started with these courses right away!Get Started
The Diploma in Pharmacy Technician will teach you the principles of pharmacy practice and common disorders of the human body. While we keep working to introduce newer courses, you could opt for our recommended certificate courses such as Introduction to Pharmacy Practice, Community and Institutional Pharmacy and the Pharmacotherapy: Cardio, Respiratory, Gastro & Endocrine Systems. With these courses, you will be on your way to a fruitful career in pharmacology.Get Started