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Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics (PKPD) 2018 workshop

The Society's workshops are usually suitable for Masters level and above, and can be taken as part of the Diploma in Advanced Pharmacology. Basic pharmacological knowledge is expected.

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21–22 Jun 2018

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Overview

This workshop covers the fundamental aspects of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The workshop takes the format of lectures introducing concept, basic theory and practical examples reinforced with tutorials on data analysis and modelling and simulation. Students will be expected to play an active role (a calculator is required) in analysis, interpretation and discussion.
 

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction to the fundamental principles of pharmacokinetic (pk) and pharmacodynamic (pd) data analysis

  • Consideration of other contributory factors and processes that influence pk and pd measurements and outcomes

  • Appreciation and understanding of the importance and contribution of pk/pd by first intent to inform preclinical and clinical study design

Further information and the programme will be available soon. For more information please contact meetings@bps.ac.uk
 

Workshop dinner:


A workshop dinner for speakers and delegates will be held on Thursday 21st June 2017. This is an excellent opportunity to meet and network with both the speakers and other delegates in an informal setting.

Dinner cost: £25

Venue: TBC
 

Registration fees include attendance to the workshop and refreshments.

Delegates are required to bring a laptop to the workshop. You can hire a laptop from the BPS for £50 when you register.

Early bird rates expire: Thursday 24th May 2018

   Early-bird rates   Standard rate  
 BPS Member Registration   £150 £200
Non-Member Registration £200 £250
Delegate dinner  N/A £25
Laptop hire N/A  £50