nrp507 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics, and Drug Therapy Decision-Making for the Integumentary System
- Analyze behaviors and issues related to addiction, diversion, and abuse.
- Distinguish between the basic concepts of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics that are applied to pharmacotherapeutics.
- Describe vaccine mechanisms, manufacturing process, and challenges and controversies.
- Explain the concept of, and potential for, drug interactions and discuss three distinctive types of adverse drug reactions.
- Evaluate various drug therapies, including proper dosages, dosage forms, and dosage frequency, based on evidence-based guidelines for various medical conditions.
- Evaluate considerations of vitamins, herbal and natural supplements, and over-the-counter medications as they relate to disease prevention and management.
- Determine the effects of genetics, nutrition, culture, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status relative to pharmacology and pharmacokinetics.
- Analyze federal and state laws associated with the controlled substance schedules.
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