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NUR 102: Unit One – Introduction to Pharmacology
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
II. Origins of pharmacology and relations Class Participation: thinking
Compare cost of medications online and at findings including the dosage of the drug, the online address (or printout of the page) you went to, the drug store that you went to and the costs at each place. Make some class. This assignment is due the 2nd class used in administering medications.
Manager of Care:
Management
5. Identify current economic trends in
NUR 102: Unit Two – Drug Regulation and Control
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of Care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
2. Describe the procedure outlined by the 3. Explain what is meant by “scheduled IV. Regulations that affect administration 4. List what information is included in a Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional Behaviors
5. Explain the nurse’s responsibility for 6. Compare regulations by federal, state
and institution that affect administration
of medications by nurses.


NUR 102: Unit Three – Terminology
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of Care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
Communication:
3. Discuss how the correct use of
terminology and abbreviations facilitates communication among health care members
Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional Behaviors
4. Discuss the legal implications of using

NUR 102: Unit Four – Dosage Calculation
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of Care:
Theoretical Knowledge and critical thinking
equivalents, drug label quiz, calculation fractions, decimal fractions, percentages, 5. Use common abbreviations and symbols to interpret and solve medication problems. 6. Demonstrate proficiency in performing 7. Use formulas to calculate intravenous fluid 8. List two rules used to calculate medication Communication
9. Discuss documentation of abbreviations.
Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional behaviors
10. Discuss legal implications of dosage
NUR 102: Unit Five – Basic Biopharmaceutics
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
1. Differentiate among different types of Book’s CD animations : Starting with #2- pharmacokinetics phases of medication A. Alteration in cellular environment Class Participation: You have a headache. Tylenol. Trace the traveled path of the two Pharmacokinetic principles (not GI tract!) NUR 102: Unit Six – Factor affecting drug activity
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities

Provider of Care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
Class participation: Discuss the homework of the factors in each scenario. Apply how 4. Discuss the type of drug interactions “polypharmacy” in the administration 7. Relate timing of administration to the Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional behaviors
NUR 102: Unit Seven – Application of pharmacology principles to the nursing process
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of Care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
inhibitor. Hand in completed form at the Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
10. Describe factors that influence client Communication:
13. Identify ways in which the nurse’s Manager of Care:
Management
14. List the seven rights to ensure proper Member of the discipline of nursing:
Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
Professional Behaviors
16. Describe the procedure for evaluating 18. Describe the nurse’s role in fostering Dosage 1. Relation to therapeutic goal 2. Relation to route 3. Relation to age General principles of drug administration 1. The 7 rights 2. Client rights 3. Use of correct techniques Fostering compliance and cooperation with med, regimen Documentation of medication administration Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
Occurrence of side effects or adverse effects Appropriate use of nonpharmacologic measures
N102: Unit Eight- Routes and Formulations
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
1. List the various routes by which a drug Class participation: Go to a Pharmacy, find 3. List the different dosage formulations the formulations (this is the form it comes in ; ie suppository, tablets, liquids) and Bring the medication vials, and ampules 9. Recite the procedure for injection of Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional behaviors
Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
A. Types B. Injection Sites C. Implants X. Intradermal Formulations A. Types B. Injection Sites XI. Ophthalmic Formulations A. Types B. Administration XII. Intranasal Formulations A. Types B. Administration XIII. Inhalation Formulations A. Types B. Administration Devices XIV. Dermal Formulations A. Types B. Administration XV. Vaginal Formulations A. Types B. Administration NUR 102: Unit Nine- Parenteral Solutions
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
Book’s CD video clips: #14 Peripheral IV 2. List the characteristics of intravenous Class participation: Bring to class the LVP solution and tubing from your nurse pack. electrolyte imbalances and nursing actions 12. Discuss special considerations in the Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
13. State universal precautions utilized in Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional behaviors
7. Discuss legal implications of
administration of parental solutions
NUR 102: Unit Ten - Drug Classifications -& Topical Preparations
Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of Care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
Book’sCD video clip # 15 Topical to #17 Class participation: Bring a list of topical Manager of Care:
Management

Member of the discipline of nursing:
Professional behaviors

NUR 102: Unit Eleven – Vitamins, Minerals and Natural Agents

Learning Objectives

Teaching/Learning Activities
Provider of care:
Theoretical knowledge and critical
thinking
Class participation: Identify characteristics of the non-prescription meds presented in Learning Objectives
Teaching/Learning Activities
2. Differentiate between maintenance and 7. Discuss the regulation of natural agents 8. Identify people at risk for development Communication:
9. Discuss health promotion teaching
Member of a discipline:
Professional behaviors
10. Identify the nurse’s role in health
promotion activities with vitamins and natural agents.

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