Credit Hours: 1
Course Pre-Requisites: NUR-101,
This course introduces the basic concepts of pharmacology related to the actions, therapeutic and adverse effects, interactions of drugs, drug classifications, and the basic pharmacology of commonly used medications. Learners will apply critical thinking skills to the calculation and administration of medications by oral and parenteral (including intravenous) routes of administration. Emphasis is placed on nursing consideration and client education. Learners will apply knowledge gained in selected clinical settings in caring for clients across the life span in subsequent courses.
Co-requisites: NUR-101, NUR-102, NUR-104, NUR-106