Monthly Archives: May 2015

Student Blog Wk.14 S.1 Yr.2: No feedback and free time daze :)

So this was my final week of classes for semester 1, year 2!   I had one final exam in psychology and handed in a final assessment for pharmacology.  The stress from the semester has subsided, thankfully, until next week when I start studying like a manic for finals.  I still have not heard anything from the national student services manager about my feedback, so that makes it a month, and shows me that Endeavour College might not be as concerned about the students feedback as I thought.  Which is disappointing.  I know now that I am leaving this school, as I want to be closer to friends and family, but I am also leaving due to the lack of organization and administrative support.  I feel like going to Endeavour has been more of cash grab then it was about supporting my education, but that’s my opinion.  Any-ways finishing this week has been a relief in a lot of ways and I look forward to finishing finals at the end of June.  I really feel like this is my passion in life and I am extremely excited to continue my studies in Canada. I don’t have a lot to say today and I have kind of been in a daze since my final classes because I just have so much time on my hands now!  haha  Hope your spending your free time wisely and if your in exams then good luck!  Thanks for reading, and be aware and eat with care 🙂

Pharmaceutical Information: Mini Drug Monographs by Me

Link to my Mini monographs

A drug monograph is like a short information sheet about many elements and the health effects of a pharmaceutical drug or herb.  This assignment outlines examples, indications (conditions it is used for), efficacy and limitations, cautions and contradictions, and adverse health effects for: Oral Contraception Pill (Triphasic formulation), Warfarin (anti-coagulant and anti-thrombotic), Paracetamol (pain and fever reliever), and beta-blocker Carvedilol (for hypertension).  I hope you enjoy and learn more about these pharmaceuticals.  But remember, early health education and lifestyle changes aid in preventing the later use of these drugs. Enjoy, and be aware and eat with care 🙂

*all references included in report