HLSC 2660 Health Science: Pharmacology (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

***Please note: HLSC 2660 is a full year course. Students choosing this course in Fall must also register for the same section for it in Winter and vice-versa.*** In this introductory course students will learn foundational knowledge about essential pharmacological principles. Medication safety and the nurses' role in safe medication practice will be emphasized. Students begin to look at medications in relation to body systems and in promoting wellness. Emphasis will be given to recognizing adverse effects and implementing important nursing considerations, client education, and medication administration safety across the lifespan. Students will be encouraged to critically think about specific pharmaceutical industry issues.
Prerequisite: NURS 1800, NURS 1830, NURS 1840, BIOL 1692
Corequisite: NURS 2170, NURS 2740, NURS 2300, NURS 2750
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