here are two websites from pharmacology schools that i occasionally use when i'm looking for information:
- an online "textbook" of pharmacology. site includes outlines of pharmacology information plus practice questions, flashcards and tests. answers to tests are online.
- this is an online tutorial on pharmacology from the university of kansas medical center of drugs by their classification or by use in disease. this site was designed to teach students of medicine and pharmacy and has good information. most of the information is organized into several pages of tutorials where you are given drug or drug classification information and then presented with a question to answer before you can move on to the next piece of information.
suggestion: if you've already taken a&p, review the a&p of the various body systems, particularly the cns, liver and the kidney. most drugs are metabolized through the liver and kidney. the cns has so many structures that are affected by different drugs that you really need to know the anatomy of nerves and what goes on at the nerve endings and synapses so you understand what the heck they are talking about when they start in on cholinergics and adrenergics.