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PEOI pharmacology online course development intern

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Professional Education, Testing and Certification Organization International

PEOI is seeking interns to work on a PEOI team, Project PH400EN, with dynamic educators, authors, professionals, and textbook publishers, developing a university level online pharmacology course (PH400EN) titled "Basic Pharmacology and Therapeutics." PH400EN will provide a university level introduction to pharmacology, including the basic features of drugs, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenomics, and autonomic and cardiovascular pharmacology. (This 15-week course is the first in a 3-course series.) When completed, the course will be available free of charge to motivated learners, globally, especially in under-resourced countries to explore interests in pharmacology or serve as preparation for medical or pharmacy school.

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About Professional Education, Testing and Certification Organization International

Location:

755 Bull Hill Road, Gilboa, NY 12076, US

Mission Statement

PEOI, Professional Education Organization International, is a non-profit organization US IRS 501(c)(3) started in 1999, and now run by over 10000 volunteers who stay with PEOI for years. PEOI delivers complete university level courses online in exact, natural, social and medical sciences, as well as all fields of engineering and business administration, to millions of students in eleven languages free of charge. PEOI's mission is to become a university open and free to all.

Description

PEOI, a provider of university level courses free of charge at www.peoi.org, seeks authors with a background in teaching or work experience, who would like to join a group of colleagues developing hundred of courses in 79 fields of university studies.

Authors are welcome to work on chapter text, cases, assignments, reading lists, summaries, class discussions and test questions, as well as research and add examples, statistics and citations. Experts in illustration, video and programming are also needed.

All PEOI's course pages are in HTML. Authors will not be responsible for any HTML code, but only for the text in between. Some content can be imported from open education resources, i.e. material that is not copyright restricted such as in wikipedia or courseware at major universities. You must have the skills to locate and import such material.
Help disadvantaged students and aspiring professionals improve their lives by giving them a university education, and contribute to economic development of the country in which they live. With lockdown of libraries and universities, and many universities moving their courses online at exhorbitant prices, your teaching at PEOI is all the more important.


Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Research
  • Pharmacology

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 24
  • Interns will gain course development experience by performing literature research, writing chapter text, and creating pharmacokinetic problem sets and clinical case studies for course PH400EN, while working closely with the advisor and team lead.
  • This is an ideal internship for Pharm D students or post-bachelor, pre-med or pre-pharmacy students who have taken college chemistry and physiology! Completed pharmacology coursework is recommended but not required.

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