NUR 644 – Long Island University – Homework help & Answers

NUR 644: Pharmacology at Long Island University is a three-credit undergraduate course that introduces students to the principles and practices of pharmacology for advanced practice nurses.

The course covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • The basics of pharmacology, including pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
  • The major classes of drugs used in advanced practice nursing
  • The rational use of medications in patients with common health conditions
  • The adverse effects of medications and how to manage them
  • Drug interactions and how to avoid them


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Students in NUR 644 will develop the knowledge and skills they need to prescribe and manage medications safely and effectively for their patients. They will also learn how to educate their patients about their medications and how to take them safely.

Prerequisites: NUR 610: Nursing Research, NUR 612: Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nursing, and NUR 614: Primary Health Care of the Family

Recommended text: Pharmacology for Nursing Practice, by Lilley, Lilley, and Snyder, 9th edition, Elsevier


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NUR 644 – Long Island University – Homework help & Answers

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