NLX 421 - Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology for Nurse Leaders and Educators

4 credits ( 4 didactic hours )

Prerequisite:
Undergraduate anatomy and physiology

Description:

In this course students will explore physiological, pathophysiological, and pharmacologic processes to prepare nurses for roles in leadership and education. Students will learn key physiologic concepts of homeostasis, regulatory mechanisms, protein function, and cellular physiology. Students will then learn about pathophysiology and pharmacologic management of common diseases that occur in the major body systems. In this course students will explore physiological, pathophysiological, and pharmacologic processes to prepare nurses for roles in leadership and education. Students will learn key physiologic concepts of homeostasis, regulatory mechanisms, protein function, and cellular physiology. Students will then learn about pathophysiology and pharmacologic management of common diseases that occur in the major body systems.

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