PHARMACOLOGY FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES WITH INTERMEDIATE HEALTH CARE NEEDS

NUR*202

The student will focus on pharmacologic principles related to the care of individuals
and families across the lifespan with intermediate health care needs. Emphasis will
be placed on medications used for clients who have endocrine, gastrointestinal,
respiratory, cardiovascular, autoimmune, and psychiatric conditions and clients who
are survivors of bioterrorism.
Classroom: 15 hours
Pre-requisite Courses: NUR*102: Family Health Nursing, NUR*103: Pharmacology
for Families Across the Life Span, (or for LPN Articulation NUR*131); PSY*201: Life
Span; SOC* 101: Principles of Sociology; BIO*211: Anatomy & Physiology I; BIO*212:
Anatomy & Physiology II; ENG*101: English Composition
Co-requisite Courses: NUR*201: Nursing Care of Individuals and Families I; ENG*102:
English Composition & Literature