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|Title||Effect of cyclodextrin on postprandial blood glucose and triglycerides|
|Authors||Mitsuki Sugahara, Yutaka Inoue, Isamu Murata, Daisuke Nakata, Keiji Terao, Ikuo Kanamoto|
This study explores pharmacy students’ feedback on teaching–learning methods of pharmacology in faculties of pharmacy in Northern Cyprus universities. 150 students randomly selected and participated by filling self-administered questionnaires. The majority of participants were female and most of them were in the 4th year of their study. The results showed that high percentage of students had good understanding and grasping of pharmacology subjects in class, and the pharmacology is the most favored course in comparison with others. Moreover, participants taught that pharmacology course will have most usage in their future pharmacy practice. It can be concluded that the general attitude of students toward pharmacology were positive; however, some changes in curriculum are still required in order to make the pharmacology courses more interesting.