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Kathryn Knecht, PhD
Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences
School of Pharmacy
Member, Pharmaceutical Science, SP, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
4/2007 - 6/2007 Physiology III
Course organizer, primary lecturer in required course. 62 students, 3 credit hour course. 18 lectures delivered, 2 guest lecturers, 1 case facilitator, 4 case studies, other class activities.
9/2006 - 11/2006
4/2006 - Present Pharmacist guided self-care 2
Spring 5 hr lectures on Dietary Supplements, Vitamins, and Herbals, ~60 students
2/2006 - Present Pharmacology in Advanced Practice Nursing
Winter 6 hrs lecture in alternative medicine, toxicology, GI pharmacology to nurse practitioner students ~10
1/2006 - Present Clinical Toxicology
Winter Elective course, ~20 students, course organizer and principal lecturer (20 lectures) Understand the basic mechanisms by which toxicity may occur in living systems. Understand factors that modulate toxic response. Know the basic principles of clinical management of toxicity. Be familiar with major classes of toxicants, their mechanisms of action, symptoms, and treatment.
1/2006 - Present IPDM III
Winter Gastroenterology, 9 lectures on GI and liver pathophysiology and pharmacology, ~50 students
12/2005 - Present IPDM VII.  Neurology 1.5 hrs, general and local anesthetics
Neurology 1.5 hrs, general and local anesthetics, ~40 students
11/2005 - 2/2005 IPDM III
Gastroenterology 9 lectures in GI/liver pharmacology
9/2005 - Present Dietary supplements.  Ongoing once per year
Autumn Course organizer, primary lecturer in elective course. 52 students, 3 credit hour course. 17 lectures delivered, 6 guest lecturers. Principles of dietary supplement use, indications/adverse effects of specific dietary supplements.
9/2005 - Present IPDM1.  11 lectures on principles of drug metabolism, drug-receptor interaction
Autumn 11 lectures on principles of drug-receptor interaction, drug metabolism, ~54 students
8/2005 - Present Ambulatory and Community Medicine
All Year Once a month, 1 hour lecture on herbal use to medical students on rotation, classes typically 10-20 students each, a total of 9 lectures.
5/2005 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
One lecture on Alternative and Complementary medicine, 2 hrs
1/2005 - 3/2005 DIetary supplements
Overview of complementary and alternative medicine, 21 sessions, 9 guest lectures arranged
1/2005 - 2/2005 IPDM III
Gastroenterology, 9 lectures on GI and liver pathophysiology and pharmacology. ~40 students.
1/2005 - 3/2005 IPDM III
GI/Endocrine module, pharmacology/pathophysiology of GERD,PUD,IBD,IBS, 11 hrs
1/2005 - 3/2005 IPDM XI
GI module, pharmacology/pathophysiology of GERD,PUD,IBS,IBD, 10 hrs lecture
1/2005 - 3/2005 IPDM XII
Miscellaneous module, vitamins and herbals (use and toxicity)
9/2004 - 12/2004 Biochemistry 1
Carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, 13 hr, 9 hrs recitation
9/2004 - 12/2004 IPDM 1
Introduction to receptor theory and drug metabolism, 12 hr lecture, 9 hrs recitation
Interactive Teaching
 
9/2007 - 10/2007 APPE Rotation
Preceptor for 2 students in an academic rotation forcusing on dietary supplements and Medical Simulation
9/2007 - Present Independent study
Preceptor for 2 students developing survey instrument for Vietnamese herbal use. 1 credit hr.
6/2007 Physiology III Clinical simulation
As part of the physiology III course, students were taken to the Medical Simulation Center to work through medicalscenarios
3/2007 Clinical Toxicology Simulation
As part of the course Clinical Toxicology, students were taken to the Medical Simulation Center to work through poisoning scenarios
9/2006 - 11/2006 APPE Rotation
Preceptor for 2 students in an academic rotation forcusing on dietary supplements
9/2006 - 11/2006 APPE Rotation
Preceptor for 2 students in an academic rotation. 1 focusing on dietary supplements, 1 incorporating pharmacy into Medical Simulation
9/2005 - 9/2006 IPDM1
Developed and administered 3 recitations in Introductory Pharmacology
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
4/2007 - 6/2007 Physiology III
Course organizer, primary lecturer. Principles and cases of pathophysiology.
1/2006 - Present Clinical Toxicology
Winter Course coordinator and principal lecturer, 3 credit course, 17 students
9/2005 - Present Dietary Supplements
Autumn Course coordinator and principal lecturer, ~40 students
1/2005 - 3/2005 Clinical Toxicology
Course coordinator and principal lecturer
1/2005 - 3/2005 Dietary Supplements
Course coordinator and primary lecturer
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
6/2007 Physiology III
New course, development of lyllabus, lectures, and class activities
9/2006 - 11/2006 APPE Rotation
Preceptor for 2 students in an academic rotation forcusing on dietary supplements. Developed syllabus and student activities. Attended seminars of other students.
1/2006 - 3/2006 Clinical Toxicology
New course Elective course, 17 students, course organizer and principal lecturer. Understand the basic mechanisms by which toxicity may occur in living systems. Understand factors that modulate toxic response. Know the basic principles of clinical management of toxicity. Be familiar with major classes of toxicants, their mechanisms of action, symptoms, and treatment.
1/2005 - 3/2005 DIetary Supplements
Developed 3-hr course in CAM