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RNSG 1301 Course Guide

Pharmacology

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Course Description

Course Description

This course is an introduction to the science of pharmacology with emphasis on the actions, interactions, adverse effects, and nursing implications of each drug classification. Content includes the roles and responsibilities of the nurse in the safe administration of medications within a legal/ethical framework. This course lends itself to either a blocked or integrated approach. Prerequisite: RNSG 1209. 

Database for RNSG 1301

Course Calendar

 

 

Major Assignment and Examinations

n Chapter(s) Assignments Due Due Dates
1

Standards/Legal/ADC

Sentinel Medication Error

On-Line Discussion

Homework Mastery 6 (3 are averaged)

TBA
2 Prep U 2,3,57,59 Mastery 6 TBA
3 Prep U 38,20,23,26 Mastery 6 TBA
4

Narcotics Ch 26

Legal/Ethical Opiod Epidemic

Journal-Reflective Writing 

Assignment Homework

TBA
5 Prep U 16,48,30,31 Mastery 6 TBA
6 Prep U 9,10,36,37 Mastery 6 TBA
7

Cardio  Ch 48

V-Sim Heidebrinck

V-Sim Homework TBA
8 Prep U 43,44,54,55 Mastery 6 TBA

Your Course Exams

Exam Chapters Covered Time Limit Dates Location
Unit Exam 1

Karch Chapters 

1,2,3,4,6,57,58,59

75 min TBA Classroom
Unit Exam 2

Karch Chapters

20,23,24,25,26,28,38,51

75 min TBA Classroom
Unit Exam 3

Karch Chapters

16,17,30,31,32,33,47,48

75 min TBA Classroom

 

Unit Exam 4

Karch Chapters

8,9,10,11,14,36,37,41

75 min TBA

Classroom

Unit Exam 5

Karch Chapters

43,44,45,46,49,52,54,55

75 min TBA

Classroom

ATI CARP

Exam

ATICARP Exam 90 min TBA TBA
Final Exam Comprehensive 150 min TBA TBA