NURS 622 - Clinical Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nurses
This course is designed to provide the advanced practice nursing student with knowledge of pharmacological agents and herbal therapies used in the treatment of adults, adolescents, and young children. Emphasis is placed on indications, mechanisms of actions, prescriptive drug protocols, adverse reactions, and appropriate dosages. Through the use of variety of instructional methods, this course prepares students to design, implement, monitor, and alter effective patient pharmacological therapy.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 617 and either (NURS 605 or NURS 606 ) (all with grades of B or better). NURS 605 or 606 may be taken concurrently.
Term(s) Offered: Spring
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