- Name: Foundations of Pharmacology In Nursing III
- Division: Nursing and Allied Health
- Discipline: Nursing
- Units (Credits): 1.00
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisite: admission to the nursing program and NURS 153
Provides a continuation of study of pharmacological principles and practices through in-depth application of principles of pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Designed to expand the nursing student's knowledge of pharmacotherapeutics, which includes the cellular response level, for the clinical application within the context of the nursing process and prioritization of needs for patients across the lifespan. Selected drug classifications of pharmacological agents are examined and applied through case study application and analysis providing opportunity for development of the nursing competencies of clinical judgement, professional identity, use of evidence-based practice, and the facilitation of a spirit of inquiry.
Scheduled NURS-156 classes:
There are currently no NURS-156 classes scheduled for this term.