Pearson Nurse's Drug Guide 2020 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
For nursing courses covering drugs or drug administration.
A long-trusted reference guide for safe, effective drug administration
Current and comprehensive, Pearson Nurse’s Drug Guide 2020 helps clinicians administer drugs safely in any healthcare setting. Drugs are listed alphabetically by generic name and indexed by both generic and trade name – enabling quick, easy lookup. Students can get clinical information for hundreds of drugs, including adverse reactions, interactions, side effects, and the impact on lab results. The 2020 edition features 15 new monographs for drugs recently approved by the FDA.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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About the Author
Kelly M. Shields is associate dean and an associate professor of pharmacy practice at Ohio Northern University’s Raabe College of Pharmacy. She holds a doctor of pharmacy from Butler University and completed a fellowship in natural product information and research at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has practiced pharmacy in retail, community, and academic settings and has worked as a freelance medical writer.
Kami L. Fox is the director and chair and an associate professor in the Department of Nursing at Ohio Northern University. She holds BS and MS degrees in nursing from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and a DNP from the University of Toledo. She is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner in primary care.
Christina M. Liebrecht is an assistant professor of nursing at Ohio Northern University. She holds a BS in nursing and a doctorate in nursing practice from the University of Toledo, as well as an MS degree in nursing from Walden University. She has been in nursing education for the last 19 years with a focus on medical surgical nursing, fundamentals of nursing, and community health nursing as well as the use of simulation to support student learning and safe practice. She continues to practice as a medical surgical nurse in the acute care setting.