Course Detail: AD1015 - Basic Knowledge: Physiology, Psychological and Pharmacological Effects

This course supplies basic information including terminology used in describing drug action, physiological responses to drug use, patterns of drug use, and current understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying the development of maladaptive, compulsive patterns of drug use, i.e., addiction. Physical consequences of acute and chronic use will be discussed and treatment interventions including appropriate medications for a variety of substances including; tobacco, benzodiazepines, opiate medications, stimulant medications ( amphetamines, methylphenidate, synthetic cathinones ), phencyclidine, club drugs including MDMA, ketamine, GHB, hallucinogenic plants and chemicals including LSD, peyote, and psilocybin mushrooms over the counter medications (cough medicine etc. ) household products (inhalants), synthetic marijuana, and caffeine will be reviewed. 27 Hrs

 Session Information: 24F-AD1015-01V

Schedule: 9 Wed's - Nov 6-Jan 22. 6:30p-9:30p. (No Class on Nov 27, Dec 25, Jan 1) Online Via ZOOM.
Times: 06:30pm-09:30pm EST
Tuition : $455.00

Bulletin

This course will be offered via ZOOM. If the link does not appear on your email confirmation, it will be sent to you prior to the begin date.

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
James Mullan

Facility Detail

Online
Online-via ZOOM
1000 Hempstead Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570