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NURS 556 Pharmacology for Family Nurse Practitioners 3.0 Credits

This course is designed to prepare the FNP students for the safe managing and prescribing of therapeutics. Students will study pharmacologic mechanisms of action, effects on organ systems, routes of administration, pharmacokinetics, therapeutic uses, considerations related to physiologic state, adverse reactions, contraindications and drug interactions.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: NURS 500 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 502 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 544 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 548 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 549 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 664 [Min Grade: B] and RSCH 503 [Min Grade: B] and RSCH 504 [Min Grade: B]

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