NRSG 336 Appled Pathopharmacology for RNs (4 cr.)

Pre-requisite: NRSG 315
The course explores principles of human physiology and the pathologic processes that alter
patient lines of defense and resistance. The content builds on the student’s pharmacology
knowledge base in relation to pathophysiologic clinical alterations. Students are engaged in
interactive discussion threads with the instructor and peers, integrating concepts from Neuman
Systems Model. Individual assignments and clinical projects assist to demonstrate application of
the course content. Students enrolled in this course will complete clinical projects outside the
classroom that will require assistance with community/facility based agents. All course material
will be delivered utilizing an asynchronous methodology, therefore there are no mandatory
syncsessions.

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