Neurotransmitters – Where does the drug work in the body? What neurotransmitters are involved? : 5 important facts every student should know
Where does the drug work in the body? What neurotransmitters are involved?
As a culminating project, you will incorporate your knowledge gained in the class into a 13-15 slide PowerPoint presentation, which is focused on a specific drug of your choice.
The presentation purpose is to provide general information about the drug and then to focus on prevention of abuse. Be creative! neurotransmitters
It is intended that you could use your presentation as an educational tool for a self-selected audience (i.e. write your presentation to a specific age group).
- Title (1 slide) – Title of your presentation and who your audience is
- Background information about the drug (2 slides) – History of the drug, etc.
- Usage Trends (1 slide) – Is usage increasing or decreasing?
- Administration of the drug (1 slide) – How the drug enters the body (may be multiple ways)
- Distribution of the drug (1 slide) – How does the drug travel through the body?
- Site of action of the drug (1 slide) – Where does the drug work in the body? What neurotransmitters are involved?
- Metabolism of the drug (1 slide) – How and where is the drug broken down in the body?
- Excretion of the drug (1 slide) – How does the drug leave the body?
- Current treatment trends for the drug (2-3 slides)
- Outline of your prevention program (2-4 slides)
- Reference list (# of slides as needed)
Follow correct APA style formatting for citations as necessary.