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"Written by nurses, this book includes pharmacological concepts and puts them in the the context of primary care nurse prescribing. Although this is an American text, much of the content has relevance to primary care nurses and students in the UK. " Nursing Standard, November 2009
I purchased this book as a review before entering NP school. This is an excellent reference book. Every page provides a tidbit that I find useful to my nursing practice. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M.D.
this book I used a lot for my pharmacology class in NP school. Thank you. Very informative an very usefulPublished 7 months ago by Maria Lloyd
This text was required for my Nurse Practitioner program, even though I am in the Acute Care track- not the Family/primary care tract. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Shelby Lynn
Required for school - format follows school lectures. Wish students had access to test bank questions or ability to make note cardsPublished 16 months ago by Scott Sabish
The pages on Hyperglycemic Agents were missing and the pages on Hypothyroid agents were missing.
Because the book looked new, I did not realize it until the day I had to look... Read more
The price was right, bookm was required for course taken. I don't really like how the book is organized though.Published 16 months ago by Jfs
This is a very comprehensive book. Wish the school had used a more current edition if one is available. This book is 4 years old and some things have changed since that time.Published 17 months ago by Jacqueline M. Ward
The material is very simplistic.....a plus;however, the book binding needs to be stronger due to the multiple use that is required for class and research.Published 20 months ago by karen smith perkins