Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

NU 361 Pharmacology

Explores the nurses’ role in the management of therapeutic pharmacological agents in promoting wellness and/or restoring equilibrium. The collaborative and teaching roles of the nurse are addressed and specific interventions are identified for primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention for clients receiving pharmaceutical therapy. Knowledge and interventions needed for maximizing therapeutic effects and preventing or minimizing adverse effects of therapy is emphasized. Use of critical thinking and evidence based practice are incorporated and emphasized in all aspects of practice to ensure the best possible outcome. Prerequisite for all students: NU 362. Corequisite for all students: NU 331. Prerequisite for students in the four-year B.S.N. program: NU 246. Prerequisite for students in the accelerated B.S.N. program: NU 231 (3)

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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

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