Pharmacology is one of the more difficult classes in nursing school due to tough requirements regarding names, side effects, interventions and usages of medications. In the NCLEX, Pharmacology takes 15 % of the entire examination.
Rhonda Lawes, an Assistant Professor in a College of Nursing, will provide you with the best pharmacology test prep in a professional, but also funny and, most importantly, effective way. In order to give you the most important information for the NCLEX exam, she guides you through the huge list of medications you need to know, including the administration, assessment, and evaluation, as well as the theoretical knowledge about the nurse’s role in pharmacology.
At Lecturio, you will learn pharmacology with a strong NCLEX orientation and a reasonable structure—starting with theoretical approaches leading you to the medications you need to know, distributed by organ systems:
Take a look at the topics:
|Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing||✔|
|Fluids and Electrolytes||✔|
|Central Nervous System Medications|
|Peripheral Nervous System Medications|
|Men's and Women's Health|
Besides high-quality video lectures, you will get access to quiz questions and download material. Start learning today!
Awesome info and broken down to understand. Goes through each step in bronchoconstriction.
I'm studying for step 1, but this professor is much more in-depth and relates the meds to possible questions. rather than just reading from a slide.
thank you! your lecture is super, very useful, easy to remember
It would be better to include its adverse effects and signs of toxicity