Apply principles of health promotion, as well as illness and injury prevention, to promote safety and effectivenessof commonly used pharmacologic therapy across the lifespan, taking into consideration sociocultural,genetic/genomic, developmental, and gender implications.

NR293 Pharmacology for Nursing PracticeMedication Teaching Plan GuidelinesNR293_RUA_Medication_Teaching_Plan_Guidelines_V2.docx Revised: 4/2020 1Purpose The purpose of this assignment is for the student to synthesize pharmacological knowledge (i.e., core drug knowledge, core patient variables, and nursing implications) of pharmacotherapeutic agents into a useful teaching and learning tool for nurses and patients.Course outcomes: This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:CO1 Apply the concepts of pharmacotherapeutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacogenomics tothe use of specific medication classifications in specific health conditions and in consideration of medicationside/adverse effects, nursing implications, and medication teaching. (POs 1, 2, and 3)CO2 Apply principles of health promotion, as well as illness and injury prevention, to promote safety and effectivenessof commonly used pharmacologic therapy across the lifespan, taking into consideration sociocultural,genetic/genomic, developmental, and gender implications. (POs 3 and 8)CO3 Utilize the nursing process in understanding the effects of drug therapy on health outcomes across the lifespanwithin the framework of a diverse population of individuals, families, and communities. (PO 4)Due date: Your faculty member will inform you when this assignment is due . The Late Assignment Policy applies to this assignment.Total points possible: 100 pointsPreparing the assignmentFollow these guidelines when completing this assignment. Speak with your faculty member if you have questions. 1. Choose a pharmacological agent that has been on the market less than 5 years.2. Research the literature and obtain two to three resources for current, evidence-based information related to the pharmacological agent.3. Develop a teaching brochure and one page paper following these guidelines. a. Brochure• Key/Relevant Drug Information (30 points/30%) o Drug Class o Mechanism of Action o Drug Administration and Dosage o Drug Interactions o Lab effects/interference o Special Considerations o Potential Side Effects/Adverse Effects/Toxicities• Patient Education Considerations (35 points/35%) o Nursing Management o Patient Education Considerations o Patient Assessment o Side Effects/Adverse Effects/Toxicities o Special considerations• Visual Effects/Creativity (10 points/10%) o Developed per the required standard o Appropriate for the intended audience o Flesch-Kincaid reading level seventh grade or lower o Graphics enhance the purpose of the brochure o Brochure is visually appealing