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7th Biennial (1990) Proceedings
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7th Biennial (1990) Proceedings

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Proceedings by speaker:

Abstracts
Participants

Thomas E. Powers: Lloyd E. Davis Address
Kenneth M. Baker and Henry W. Hubbard: The impact of technology on society
J. Boisseau 1: Veterinary drug products and the European Economic Community (EEC)
J. Boisseau 2: Legal and regulatory aspects on veterinary drug use in the EEC
Charles E. Branch: Evaluation: student and peer review
Lloyd E. Davis: Veterinary pharmacology defined
J. Charles Eldridge: Learning pharmacology in a problem-based curriculum
Graduate student presentations
Terence Harvey: Current issues and viewpoints in veterinary pharmacology: an industrial perspective
Lloyd C. Helper: Duties and responsibilities of the AVMA Advisory Board on Veterinary Specialties
William L. Jenkins: The potential impact of contemporary issues on the teaching of pharmacology
Keith W. Johnson: Veterinary drug standards and information
Faye Kernan: Current issues and viewpoints in pharmacology: a pharmacist's perspective
Gordon L. Koppoc: How can information technologies enhance pharmacology teaching?
Gary D. Koritz: Goals in teaching basic pharmacology in the veterinary curriculum
Malcolm A. Kram: Influence of the animal welfare movement on teaching and research
Roger O. McClellan: Promoting human health: the role of veterinarians in rick assessment
John W. Paul: Role of veterinary pharmacologists in the pharmaceutical industry
Thomas E. Powers: History and status of AAVPT's proposal for the American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology
R. Lee Pyle: Technology and the revolution in veterinary education
J. Edmond Riviere: Role of veterinary pharmacologists in academia in the 1990s
O. Fred Roesel: VAGUS: a problem simulation authoring system
Richard B. Talbot: Role of veterinary pharmacologists at the Food and Drug Administration
Richard H. Teske: Current issues and viewpoint in veterinary pharmacology: a regulatory perspective
Dan W. Upson: Goals in teaching basic pharmacology in the veterinary curriculum: concepts and clinical applications

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