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NUR-6500 Advanced Pharmacology

In this course, students apply the principles underlying pharmacology, evidence-based nursing research, legal and ethical principles of nursing, and the factors influencing drug selection to facilitate positive patient pharmacological outcomes. The course focuses on the role of the advanced practice nurse and builds on the student's knowledge of pathophysiology and the concepts of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenomics, pharmacoeconomics, and pharmacotherapeutics in the management of health and common disease states. Emphasis is placed on the use of technological resources and current evidence-based guidelines to select appropriate medications for patients across the life span and from various cultures and populations.

Credits: 3

Offered in Jan 2024, Apr 2024, Jul 2024, Sep 2024, Nov 2024, Jan 2025, Mar 2025, May 2025

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