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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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Nursing Pharmacology video content.

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The presenter presents the information very well, better than my current professors. She makes learning enjoyable, which I think is important. The reviews keeps you intrigued with the information being presented. Her lectures leaves a memorable impression. - Nadean

Amazing lecture!

I liked the way miss Rhonda explains the subject, she made it easy and fun to memorize. - Azael

Lovin pharm!

Such a simple way to remember metabolism! I also was not taught about P450, so this allowed me to have a better connection. - Devon

Great Instructor

Thanks for these excellent videos- great instructor. Keeping things moving at a good pace and highlighting the key points. - Karen

Simple Learning

I like how simply the medications and diseases are taught. It is easier than my schooling and helps with my test grades. - Angela

Great videos if you need to brush up your knowledge

I’m a nurse who retired a few years ago and decided to come back in order to help with Covid. I find the lecturio videos really great to brush up on previous notions that are a bit far since I took nursing at university. - Christian

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Rhonda Lawes is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) and Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She worked as a nurse manager at the Saint Francis Hospital and the Broken Arrow Medical Center. She has completed her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at Oklahoma State University.

Rhonda Lawes, PhD(c)

Rhonda Lawes is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) and Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She worked as a nurse manager at the Saint Francis Hospital and the Broken Arrow Medical Center. She has completed her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at Oklahoma State University.

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Frequently asked questions about pharmacology

1. What is Pharmacology Nursing?

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.

2. How do I study Pharmacology Nursing? What is the best way to study Pharmacology Nursing?

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.

3. How do I succeed in Pharmacology Nursing?

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!

4. How do I study pharmacology in nursing school?

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!

5. What do you learn in nursing pharmacology?

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.

6. How to study pharmacology in nursing school?

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!

7. How does this Lecturio Med-Surg course help me pass?

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.

8. What’s included in Lecturio’s Medical-Surgical Nursing course?

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.

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5 right of medication

by Oluwabunmi F. on 2022-01-06 for The 5 Rights of Medication Administration (Nursing)

good lecturer, she explained in a way that the student will naturally know it.

Teaching effectiveness constitutes essential attributes.

by Ruth W. on 2022-01-03 for NCLEX Pharmacology Review (Nursing)

Style is entertaining. Repetition helps retention. Instructor's voice and diction are pleasant. Professor Lawes developed a highly effective didactic method. Obs: the question on who would I recommend this lesson to is grammatically incorrect. You may want to rephrase.

Not necessary

by Cheryl M. on 2022-01-01 for Practice Question: Ratio and Proportion (Nursing)

Not necessary the previous video was slow paced and explained this basic concept.

Thank you for making me understand the most difficult course for me

by Natalia K. on 2021-12-28 for Beta Blockers: In a Nutshell

Your lectures are amazing . Makes so much sense when “why? “ is taken into consideration. Thank you thank you !!!! Well explained!,

Benzo vs Barbs

by Crystal R. on 2021-12-26 for Benzodiazepines and Barbiturates – Sedative Hypnotics (Nursing)

Great info and explanation on benzo's and barbiturates. I now have a better understanding.

Very helpful.

by Simion M. on 2021-12-21 for Bronchoconstriction: SABA vs LABA (Nursing)

Thank you, Ms Lawes, you are a perfect lecturer. The difficult matter is put crystal clear to us!

Easy to Understand

by Lizandro R. on 2021-12-16 for ACE Inhibitors (Nursing)

The breakdown of such important facts is so useful!! It helps you understand it in such an easy way

great intro

by Nicole M. on 2021-11-24 for Review of Peptic Ulcer Disease (Nursing)

Great intro, the video works just fine no problems. thank you

Great lecture and visuals to help remember

by Tanya S. on 2021-11-07 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

I have enjoyed how Rhonda explains the mechanisms of action along with the sound affects that help me remember. Lecturio does an amazing job of photos

time saver

by Lourraine B. on 2021-11-05 for Medications for Allergic Rhinitis (Nursing)

condenses one chapter of my text into 10 minutes, which would otherwise take me 2 hours.

Excellent lecture. Highly recommended

by Joubert F. on 2021-10-12 for Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone-System (RAAS) (Nursing)

Cool, funny and easy to remember key concepts. Prof Rhonda is a 5-star professor !

Best learning experience

by Elizabeth E. on 2021-10-09 for Medications for Allergic Rhinitis (Nursing)

The professor is the best, she makes every lecture understandable. Absolutely LOVE IT!!!!

Excellent lecture. Highly recommended

by Joubert F. on 2021-09-26 for Penicillin: In a Nutshell (Nursing)

This professor is just excellent, and gives some tricks how to remember key concepts ! Plain and Simple ! Thanks.

She makes me hate math less

by Natalie R. on 2021-09-16 for How to Convert lbs to kg (Nursing)

She makes it interesting and easy to relearn math conversions!!

Excellent with clear examples

by Joubert F. on 2021-09-06 for Pharmacodynamic Terms: Receptor, Agonist and Antagonist (Nursing)

Excellent lecture. Highly recommended . I would highly recommended these lectures

AWESOME

by Lizzie F. on 2021-08-24 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

I had pharmacology at a local CC as a pre requisite for the ABSN program I am applying to. I feel as though I didn’t really learn what I wanted to as the course I took was meant for pharm techs, not nurses. I have been so grateful for this breakdown from Lecturio/Rhonda. The space repetition flashcards are awesome as well and I am supplementing the cards I’m making in Anki with them :)

Amazing

by Lizzie F. on 2021-08-22 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

Exactly what I needed. Clear videos and pre made space repetition quiz flashcards.

Depression

by Sandra J. on 2021-08-11 for Review of Depression: Clinical Features (Nursing)

i really enjoy your lectures, I learn a lot from it, you really give a hundred percent on it, especially in this one about depression, it was amazing, I have it stamp on my brain how it feels to a patient who goes thru depression. Thank you, so much.

I found my support system for my upcoming semester!!

by Natalie R. on 2021-08-10 for Introduction to Pharmacology for Nursing Students (Nursing)

Pharmacology can become overwhelming very quickly. Just watching the intro video brought me comfort! Rhonda does an amazing job with providing a basic overview of the topic. Her soothing manner is what I want to listen to for my upcoming nursing semester that includes Pharma. To add, she provides a small quiz at the end of the video followed by a description box where I noted in my own words everything I learned from the video! What a great way to study by reviewing the new information as soon as I've learned it!! My anxiety levels are decreasing :-) Thank you for putting this together!!

Makes pharmacology easy

by Shehnaaz M. on 2021-08-06 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

The explanation is clear and links to practice. I like the tips on how to group medications and key information

Wonderful

by Denise D. on 2021-08-04 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

I want to follow in my daughter footsteps on being a nurse. I think it’s a wonderful career.

My 2 Cents

by Lisa S. on 2021-07-20 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

I chose a 5 star rating due to content being presented in a fun and professional manner. The instructor is clear and concise. The video is just like being IN a classroom, only better. Thank you.

Good for nurses

by Hà B. on 2021-07-18 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

I like it. Essential info is delivered nicely. Mrs Lawes is very charming

Clear and Concise

by Adelle F. on 2021-07-09 for The Nurse‘s Role in Pharmacology (Nursing)

Easy to understand summary of the nurse's role in pharmacology.

Concise and Clear

by Adelle F. on 2021-07-09 for Introduction to Pharmacology for Nursing Students (Nursing)

This is a really good introduction to what pharmacology is!

IV

by Angie B. on 2021-07-05 for Lecturio Lab: IV Tubing in Practice (Nursing)

The tutorial is Very helpful in clarifying IV set up

:)

by Mai B. on 2021-06-27 for Review of the Nervous System (Nursing)

Rhonda is a great lecturer! She is very clear and keeps me very focused and interested. Great video!

So worth it!

by ROSA A. on 2021-06-13 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

Rhonda has a lot to do with the reason I like the videos. She is an excellent teacher. She reinforces the concepts and her mannerism and examples work great for me. It helps me learn the concepts. Other instructors not so great. Some look like they are just reading off the concepts which are terrible for my learning. The overall structure of the course is great. Love the questions afterward. Love that you will be quizzed days later and if you get the answer wrong it takes you straight to the lecture. Overall I am learning a lot!

Very informative

by Kettly N. on 2021-06-07 for Medication Safety (Nursing)

Pharmacology is my weakest subject and it was helpful to understand the lesson

Thank you for your story.

by Sung K. on 2021-06-05 for Review of Depression: Clinical Features (Nursing)

Thank you for sharing your story. It touched my heart and gave me encouragement. I love listening to your lecture. Your lecture is so clear and simple to understand. You are an awesome teacher!

100% Recommended

by Andrés N. on 2021-06-04 for Cyclooxygenase (COX) and Prostaglandins – NSAIDs (Nursing)

Excellent lecture, thank you for letting me learn NSAIDs in an easy and memorable way!

Thank you!

by Jessica T. on 2021-05-23 for Pretest for Pharmacology – NCLEX Review (Nursing)

This is reassuring that I can still brush up on NCLEX material in the 7 weeks ahead!

I will recommend this reviewer very useful and easy to understand.

by Cielo A. on 2021-05-14 for Introduction to Pharmacology for Nursing Students (Nursing)

She is very good in teaching and the way she explained all the topics she is discussing , you will be motivated.

I will recommend her esp to new nurses

by Cielo A. on 2021-05-13 for Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) (Nursing)

I like her way of delivering her lecture, its very concise and well detailed.

She ist great!

by Klara F. on 2021-05-12 for Basic Principles of Cancer Chemotherapy – NCLEX Review (Nursing)

Making complicated things easy. Thank you, really loved the lecture.

Clear and simple

by Daylenis F. on 2021-05-10 for Loop Diuretics: MOA and Routes (Nursing)

Easy to understand, images help to remember. Explained in a calm manner, simulates a class environment. Very helpful.

Great Review

by Domenica F. on 2021-05-04 for Levodopa and Carbidopa – Parkinson's Disease Medications (Nursing)

Very refreshing enthusiasm and great analogies! Great information, thank you so much!

The lecture is informative and entertaining

by Kimberly M. on 2021-04-13 for Bacterial Resistance Penicillinases (Nursing)

I find these lectures informative and entertaining. The lecturer has creative use of vocal inflection to help the learner remember critical information.

Great course to ease pharmacology anxiety

by Johanna M. on 2021-03-24 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

I love this course. It is not overwhelming and Professor Lawes breaks things down so well and understandable. Even teaches how to chunk!

Best explanation! Makes it so simple

by Johanna M. on 2021-03-22 for Case Study: Calculate the Flow Rate (Nursing)

This is terrific. I really like how Professor Lawes breaks things down.

Lecturing

by Irina P. on 2021-03-20 for Systolic Pressure and Diastolic Pressure (Nursing)

Thank you very much for your detailed and interesting explanation of the learning material! The way you present your lecture helps to remember it!

Thanks

by ggg A. on 2021-03-19 for Influenza: Types and Symptoms (Nursing)

Thank you for this video, loved how concise and precise it was!

really helpful

by Elbow B. on 2021-03-16 for Pharmacokinetics: Distribution (Nursing)

really helped me understand how drugs pass the blood brain barrier. broke down the process.

Very Effective Teaching

by Mary Celeste G. on 2021-03-15 for How to Convert lbs to kg (Nursing)

Very easy to learn and understand. I hate math but I understood the lesson right away.

Amazing lecure!

by Azael Z. on 2021-03-05 for Corticosteroids (Nursing)

I liked the way miss Rhoanda explains the subject, she made it easy and fun to memorize

Awesome reviews

by Nadean C. on 2021-03-04 for Medications for Men's and Women's Health (Nursing)

The presenter presents the information very well, better than my current professors. She makes learning enjoyable, which I think is important. The reviews keeps you intrigued with the information being presented. Her lectures leaves a memorable impression.

great

by Andrea G. on 2021-02-22 for Cancer Medications: In a Nutshell (Nursing)

very good, and accurate, breaks down information, especially for such a tough topic.

Great Instructor

by Karen A. on 2021-02-20 for Medications for Asthma: In a Nutshell (Nursing)

Thanks for these excellent videos- great instructor. Keeping things moving at a good pace and highlighting the key points.

good lecture for this subject

by Karen A. on 2021-02-20 for Medications for Allergic Rhinitis (Nursing)

great summary for these medications and modes of action. thanks

Great

by Product A. on 2021-02-19 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

Very understandable and great teacher ! ! ! I really love your content and the way you present it.

Great Presentation

by Nadean C. on 2021-02-15 for Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Medications (Nursing)

Love her interactive teaching style. Her enthusiasm of the information presented draws your attention.

Great videos if you need to brush up your knowledge

by Christian C. on 2021-02-14 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

I’m a nurse who retired a few years ago and decided to come back in order to help with Covid. I find the lecturio videos really great to brush up on previous notions that are a bit far since I took nursing at university.

Lovin pharm!

by Devon G. on 2021-02-07 for Pharmacokinetics: Metabolism (Nursing)

Such a simple way to remember metabolism! I also was not taught about P450, so this allowed me to have a better connection.

Great.

by BB N. on 2021-02-05 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

It has been a great teaching! The lectures were precise and straight to point, very understandable.

thank you

by Cassandra G. on 2021-02-04 for Corticosteroids (Nursing)

i love the way she teaches!! Makes everything stick and easy to remember for my quiz. Thank you a bunch :)

Dosage Calculation for Nursing

by Deirdre B. on 2021-02-02 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

I enjoyed the lectures very much. I have struggled with dose calculations in the past, but the instructors are very informative. I loved the way the content is broken down and simplified in the power points. I feel the quizzes and the case studies not only test your knowledge but help the information stick. Thank you for offering this course, I will be recommending to coworkers and fellow students.

great material

by Imma N. on 2021-01-15 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

great material, I love it will use it again, hurray! thanks

A review for PNS

by Jiyoung A. on 2021-01-14 for Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Medications (Nursing)

There is lots of stuff to memorize which is good and a bit overwhelmed. I think it is because I'm kinda more familiar wih CNS than PNS after a few years of working as a nurse in my home country. It was a great review. Rhonda is born to be a teacher. She is awesome! One thing that I would mention is that it would be nicer if every lecture in PNS has quiz.

Very good

by Chloé C. on 2021-01-10 for Beta-Lactam Antibiotics: Classifications and Mechanism of Action (Nursing)

Very good resume, clear and simple. Help for the revisions

I Love Rhonda

by Natalie T. on 2021-01-07 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

Rhonda is wonderful! Clear concise and her Animated tips are so helpful, she is very likable and Not only do I really enjoy listening to her speak but I really feel like I am getting a great deal of knowledge!

Fluid and electrolyte imbalances

by GARY F. on 2021-01-08 for Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

This lecture helped me understand the fluid and electrolyte content clearly and I was able to pass my exam

Very help full for me and i am thankful for you always

by MANISH S. on 2020-12-27 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

Your video lectures are easily remember long time and encourage the medical knowledge for us . All this content is help to achieving my goals and success . Thank the Lecturio

Best explanation

by Ravinder A. on 2020-12-18 for Prophylactic and Empiric Antibiotic Therapy: In a Nutshell (Nursing)

Great explanation!! The content is explained in an effective and simplest manner

Simple Learning

by Angela L. on 2020-12-16 for Anti-Infective Drugs in Nursing

I like how simply the medications and diseases are taught. It is easier than my schooling and helps with my test grades.

I love the way you teach!!!

by Ivonne P. on 2020-12-14 for Review of the Respiratory System (Nursing)

Very helpful explanation. I watch your videos all the time, they are helping through nursing school beautifully, thank you

5 star

by BERTHA B. on 2020-12-11 for NCLEX Pharmacology Review (Nursing)

the best teacher ever. I wish i had you in every single subject. you make it so simple to understand and connect with student. There's nothing to dislike.

5 star

by BERTHA B. on 2020-12-11 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

the best teacher ever. I wish i had you in every single subject. you make it so simple to understand and connect with student. There's nothing to dislike.

5 star

by BERTHA B. on 2020-12-11 for Central Nervous System (CNS) Medications (Nursing)

the best teacher ever. I wish i had you in every single subject. you make it so simple to understand and connect with student.

5 star

by BERTHA B. on 2020-12-11 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

the best teacher ever. I wish i had you in every single subject. you make it so simple to understand and connect with student.

Everything I need

by tiffini C. on 2020-12-11 for Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

I’m using the nursing videos for pharm and I’m learning soo much , and I love she gives memory tools and mnemonics

Recommended

by Hanah C. on 2020-12-07 for NCLEX Pharmacology Review (Nursing)

I can understand her easily! I liked Ms Lawes lecture so far..

Brilliant!

by T C. on 2020-12-07 for Medications to Treat Asthma Airway Problems (Nursing)

Loved the presentation! Great job! I actually want to learn now because the instructor makes it interesting and fun!

Thanks!

by Goddess A. on 2020-11-30 for Beta-Lactam Antibiotics: Cephalosporins (Nursing)

Thank you for interesting and engaging lectures. (The fifth generation cephalosporin can treat MRSA, I find it very cool!)

easy to understand thanks to her

by merve nur E. on 2020-11-26 for Pharmacodynamic Terms: Receptor, Agonist and Antagonist (Nursing)

she is such a lecturer. This lecture is much more understandable because of her. Thank you

Great

by Rama T. on 2020-11-21 for Central Nervous System (CNS) Medications (Nursing)

She is a great teacher, pretty awesome. Love to listen to her lectures.

Helped prepare for exam

by Nike B. on 2020-11-18 for Gastrointestinal Medications (Nursing)

This course was helpful in preparing for my Patho/Pharm exam. The Professor Lawes walked through the med groups and which diseases they treat in a helpful manner.

Excellently

by Marco G. on 2020-11-16 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

Excellent indeed. Great performance, very clearly, and love her sense of humor ...

Simply the best!

by Stephanie U. on 2020-11-14 for Respiratory Medications (Nursing)

One of the best apps for learning. I love the way she reinforces information by repeating it. I am a nursing student and would recommend for all nursing students as well. Thank you so much!

Complex material becomes easy to understand!

by Brad L. on 2020-11-12 for Pharmacology (Nursing)

Rhonda Lawes has excellent teaching methods. Her lectures make complex material is much easier to understand.

Excellent Teacher!

by Pushkin B. on 2020-11-10 for NCLEX Pharmacology Review (Nursing)

Excellent Teacher. Short and Clear Videos. I enjoyed studying with her.

great basics

by Carol G. on 2020-11-10 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

Always important information! Great questions and things to think about

great formulas

by Carol G. on 2020-11-10 for Dosage Calculation (Nursing)

I still have to review the liquid calculation. They seem to be harder for me. Thank you for making the formula simpler.

Highly recommended for nurses and students especially in the UK

by larah N. on 2020-10-30 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

Great teacher .. great learning I found these pharmacology lectures very informative. The pace of teaching was perfect for me in the UK where very little pharmacology was taught on my course.

pharmacology

by BERTHA B. on 2020-10-29 for Blood Pressure: The Highs, the Lows, and what the Measurements Mean (Nursing)

amazing and easy explanation. she made it very easy to understand and provide simple example. thank you for what you do

Rhonda Lawes deserves more than just 5 *!

by Maheen Y. on 2020-10-29 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

I learned so much from just watching and listening Rhonda Lawes. She makes complex subjects very easy to understand.

Great lecture

by Cecilia R. on 2020-10-25 for Spacers and Nebulizer (Nursing)

Love it. I m not RN student. I am RTT student I love the lectures. I m new member.

Mrs. Lawes

by Pamela A. on 2020-10-10 for Anti-Infective Drugs in Nursing

Your doing an amazing job explaining the course. Thank you for sharing!!!

RHONDA LAWES

by Ragheda A. on 2020-10-10 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

I like how Rhonda explain i wish I have you as a teacher. you are professional.

Antiviral medication

by Leslie B. on 2020-09-26 for Antiviral Medications (Nursing)

would really like to have a quiz to take. Great job explaining the material

Helps so much

by Rebecca B. on 2020-09-25 for Central Nervous System (CNS) Medications (Nursing)

I was lost when my professor taught this in class. These videos on lecturio helped a lot. I recently took a test in class on this material and got one of the highest grades. I really recommend.

Easy to learn from you (:

by Melissa H. on 2020-09-24 for How Do Beta Blockers Work? (Nursing)

you break this apart and down perfectly. I understand this medication 10 times better than i did before

Great video

by Chantal T. on 2020-09-20 for Cholinergic and Adrenergic Receptors (Nursing)

I've be re reading my Pharmacology text all night trying to get the words to sink in. In desperation I began googling Cholinergic and Adrenergic Receptors - and I stumbled across Lecturio and this video. Absolutely incredible!!! The way the knowledge is broken down into easy to understand components is an answered prayer. You just gained a customer.

Great

by Alphonso S. on 2020-09-16 for Anti-Infective Drugs in Nursing

The lesson plan was short, sweet, and Informative. Would recommend.

Basic

by Jorge E. on 2020-09-08 for Medications for Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances (Nursing)

It’s to repetitive and the content is quite basic for a medical student and there is not a course of fluids for med students in the platform.

Love this instructor.

by Andria V. on 2020-09-06 for Warfarin – Anticoagulant Drugs (Nursing)

Again I love how she connects the dots and use examples. Not at all boring.

Paints a very good picture...

by Andria V. on 2020-09-06 for Cardiovascular Medications (Nursing)

The videos are straight to the point having all the needed information together and examples of how they are used. It’s very helpful for me to see the full connection on how they effect the body internally and how they correct the issue. Example: RAAS, what it is, how it functions and where each medication interferes within that process. That was very helpful to me vs this is this Med, this Med is this class and the side effects are this. The videos takes me through the whole process.

love it

by Janell T. on 2020-08-21 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

very informative. pharm is always challenging, but rhonda does a good job with explaining. i understand ssri's better after watching her lecture

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by suleqa A. on 2020-08-19 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

Rhonda you the best. You put things into simpler ways. I love lecturio. Thank you guys.

nursing process is the most crucial part that guide us in assisting the patiennt

by Jennifer B. on 2020-08-17 for Pharmacology and Implications for Nursing

I JUST START WITH THE INTRODUCTION ABOUT PHARMACOLOGY it is the science dealing with preparation, uses and especially the effects of drugs

all dosage calculation and IV tubing

by BERTHA B. on 2020-08-06 for Case Study: 10-year-old Female on Cough Drug (Nursing)

The videos are clear and easy explanations. I can watch them all day. On the quiz section wish the was an explanation after them because some of them don't add up and I wondering how they came up with the answer thank you

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