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BSNR 2230 - Pharmacology in Professional Nursing

Explores the nurse’s professional role as client advocate and educator in managing the human responses to pharmacological interventions as a component of holistic nursing care.  Examines basic pharmacological principles, drug classes, pharmacological interventions and the nursing process, and polypharmacy as foundational concepts.  Explores legal, cultural, and ethical issues related to pharmacology.  Addresses the role of vitamins, herbals, supplements, and over-the-counter medications in pharmacological interventions.

Credits: 3

Prereq: BSNR 2130, BSNR 2160 AND BIOL 1131
Coreq: BSNR 2270, BSNR 3650 AND STAT 1150
Lecture hours: 3
Course/lab fee: $