This course is designed to broaden and deepen the critical care and/or emergency medicine nurse’s knowledge and application of pharmacologic treatment principles. This course is designed to build a strong foundation of critical under-standing of pharmacokinetic basics that can be applied to all drugs. The course will then explore common conditions found in critical patient populations with an emphasis on pharmacologic management.
Program Learning Outcomes
This program prepares the learner to:
1. Apply pharmacokinetic principles to pharmacological management of critical care and emergency medicine conditions (including overdose).
2. Practice evidence-based medicine according to current guidelines and recent literature.
3. Identify and utilize appropriate drug resources and references to procure relevant drug information.
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Dan has a Bachelor of Arts in pharmacy studies and is a doctor of pharmacy. Following graduation, he completed a fellowship in academia and research with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Minority Health and then an acute care residency at Providence St. Peter Hospital, WA. Since then, Dan has worked in multiple hospitals as a pharmacist specializing in critical care and emergency medicine. He has multiple publications and is actively involved in research and academia. Dan has taught at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, Pacific University and Washington State University, where he received a teaching certificate and currently holds an adjunct faculty position.