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Pharmacology A (NURS 2105)

This course examines the principles of pharmacology required to administer medications in a safe and professional manner. Medication administration requires the application of the nursing process for clinical decision-making. Various routes of medication administration are introduced and complementary, Indigenous, alternative remedies, and polypharmacy across the lifespan are also explored. The learners will gain an understanding of pharmacotherapeutics prescribed for illness across the lifespan.

Co-requisites: Professional Communication A (NURS 2101); Professional Practice A (NURS 2102); Health Promotion A (NURS 2103); Variations in Health A (NURS 2104); Integrated Nursing Practice A (NURS 2106)

Pre-requisities: Entry into the Access to Practical Nursing Program



 course outline


* Note: The CRNs listed below could be restricted to specific program areas.

CRN Fee Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
73024 TBATo Be Assigned
BWY-B - Rm. G217
FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
F-Friday, S-Saturday,
U-Sunday

1230 - 1529
08-Sep-2017
to 15-Dec-2017
Rogers, Nicole
73024 TBATo Be Assigned
BWY-B - Rm. G217
WM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
F-Friday, S-Saturday,
U-Sunday

1230 - 1529
15-Nov-2017
to 13-Dec-2017
Rogers, Nicole

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