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405 videos (34:19 h total), 1,005 recall questions
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.
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I like how simply the medications and diseases are taught. It is easier than my schooling and helps with my test grades. - Angela
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Pharmacology Nursing is a science that draws on your prerequisites such as; physiology, microbiology, chemistry, and psychology. You can now apply your knowledge base into pharmacology for nursing to learn about drugs.
This is a very common question for every nursing student in pharmacology. Ultimately, the answer varies per student. We highly suggest you start by identifying your learning style because pharmacology resonates differently from one person to the next. After you understand your learning style, you should then refer to Lecturio’s Pharmacology (Nursing) lectures with Dr. Rhonda Lawes. Regardless if you are at the beginning of your courses or have taken a few exams already, these lectures will assist you with your studies and set you up for success on the next exam.
Succeeding in Pharmacology Nursing means using a mix of study tools, tips & resources. Begin with being present during your class lectures. Not just showing up, but taking effective notes that’ll make sense to you both during and after classes. During lectures be sure to ask nursing pharmacology questions when you find yourself stuck on a concept. Another resource we highly recommend taking advantage of is your instructors’ office hours. These hours are there to benefit you. Pharmacology nursing doesn’t come easy, but your instructor is there to help. The last tip would be to get organized. Pharmacology is loaded up with hundreds of drug names and how they work in the body, for the body, and how they interact with one another. Find what works for you when it comes to clustering the necessary details for each drug. Taking the time to create concept maps, pharmacology nursing flashcards, and/or categorizing which drug affects which body systems can assist you towards success. Whatever you find works for you…practice it and stick with it!
As suggested above, taking the time to create concept maps, pharmacology nursing flashcards, and/or categorizing which drug affects which body systems can assist you towards success. Ideally, you wouldn’t have time to do all 3 suggestions but start early! Pre-reading before class and adding as you go more in depth in lecture. Whatever you find that works for you…practice it and stick with it!
In a pharmacology course you will learn about a multitude of drugs. Within this course you will gain an understanding as to why and how drugs are essential for nursing practice. You will learn what a particular drug was created for, how it works inside the body, how it affects the body, and also how to master dosage calculation. You will deepen your comprehension about pharmacology for nurses from both a pathophysiological approach and as a patient-centered nursing approach. Both approaches encompass the knowledge a nurse must carry once working in the nursing field.
As suggested above, taking the time to create concept maps, pharmacology nursing flashcards, and/or maybe categorizing which drug affects which body systems can assist you towards success. Ideally, you wouldn’t have time to do all 3 suggestions, but start early. Pre-reading prior to class and adding as you go more in depth in lecture. Whatever you find that works for you…practice it and stick with!
Med-Surg and pharmacology for nursing tend to go hand and hand, because as you learn the lists of drugs in pharmacology you will then be able to apply that knowledge with the multiple disorders you will cover in your med-surg course. Gaining a clear understanding for both courses will allow you to connect the material and provide effective care for your patients in your role as a registered nurse.
Medical–surgical nursing is a challenging part of every nursing career. Coordination, multitasking, and high-level critical thinking skills are only some of the requirements. Professor Rhonda, guides you through the different fields of med–surg, including all systems, nursing interventions, and worst-case scenarios, and a complete case study of strokes. She will also teach you theoretical knowledge about the nurse’s role in med–surg.