NURS 207 - Integrative Pathophysiology/Pharmacology I
This is the first of two courses focusing on pathophysiological and pharmacologic concepts foundational to professional nursing practice. Concepts and processses are explored, integrated, and applied to professional nursing practice. Mechanisms and theories related to development of disease and alterations in body function of individuals across the lifespan are addressed. Pharmacologic approaches aimed at health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment of alterations of health are discussed.
Nursing major full acceptance, HSCS-232
Pre- or co-requisites: HSCS-233, BIOS-330L
Credit Hours: 3 (3-0-0)
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