1. Analyze the scientific underpinnings of pharmacologic interventions and preventions strategies as they relate to pathophysiological conditions.
2. Explore the relationship of genetics and genocis and their impact on the science of pharmacology.
3. Utilize a holistic caring perspective to explore the complex interrelationships between pharmacologic interventions and the human response across the lifespan while paying attention to changing demographics.
4. Use an ethical framework to evaluate ethnic/ancestral, cultural, religious, fiscal, legal, and societal implications as they relate to pharmacologic interventions.
5. Formulate an evidence-based plan of care that integrates the dynamic relationship between comorbidities and pharmacologic interactions across the life-span.
6. Evaluate the role of the professional nurse in financial, regulatory and legistlative policies that impact pharmacotherapy in health care systems.
7. Examine the effects of interprofessional collaboration necessary to promote patient safety and quality health outcomes at the individual and population level.
8. Analyze issues, trends, and the impact of the application of information management and other technological support systems on the pharmacologic intervention and prevention strategies at the individual and populatino level.