Pharmacology as the basis for an interdisciplinary approach to the integrated drug assessment


G.N. Gildeeva(1), A.V. Belostotskiy(1), D.M. Andreevа(1), V.I. Iurkov(2) 1-I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University); 8, Trubetskaya St., Build. 2, Moscow 119048, Russian Federation, 2-LTD «Medical Development Agency»; 1, Vasilisy Kozhinoi St., Moscow 121096, Russian Federation

Interdisciplinarity is a term expressing the integrative nature of the modern stage of scientific knowledge. During various stages of pharmacological science history its changes are substantially determined by a complex interaction of differentiation processes – the fall of a homogeneous, unified and integral system into a number of relatively autonomous areas and integration – combining previously independent subject areas, the emergence of «synthetic» disciplines. Pharmacology is a medical science that includes theoretical and experimental sections, as well as the experimental and clinical parts about patients, is interdisciplinary and involves close cooperation of specialists from different scientific fields. Due to historical reasons, each division works in its own separate direction, approves guidelines and guides, often without using the colleagues achievements. The interaction and mutual enrichment of various disciplines makes it possible to form a specialist who has vast theoretical knowledge and extensive practical skills, is able to successfully solve professional tasks, to carry out a differential diagnostic search, and provide medical care that fully meets modern standards


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