Nursing: Drug Abuse Crisis for West Virginia Nurses

22.95
Online
Mandatory
About the Course

Learning outcomes:
  1. Upon completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
  2. State the severity of drug abuse in the United States.
  3. State the severity of drug abuse in West Virginia.
  4. Describe at least three elements of the national drug control strategy.
  5. Differentiate between club and prescription drug abuse.
  6. List five club drugs as well as their associated street names.
  7. List the three most frequently abused prescription drug types as well as examples of each type.
  8. List three new emerging drugs of abuse.
  9. Describe priorities for nursing assessment and care when dealing with a patient who has abused drugs.


About the Author
Kelly A Crum PhD(c), MSN, RN
Kelly Crum is a professor and interim director of the Division of Nursing at Bob Jones University. Most recently, Crum served as the director of the School of Nursing at Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown, Wisconsin.  Crum earned a BS in nursing (1990) from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida.  She has an MS in nursing (1995) with a focus in maternal, child nursing, curriculum development, and nursing education from the University of South Alabama and and post-master's coursework in women's health nurse practitioner (1999).  Crum is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (ABD) from the University of Phoenix focusing on the nursing student's experience with international service-learning.  Previously, Crum served as an instructional specialist in the Health Sciences and Nursing Department at the University of Phoenix Online and as a certified advanced facilitator.  Crum has also served as nursing faculty at Pensacola Christian College in Florida and Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Crum has worked as a staff nursing a variety of medical units at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem; St. Mary's Hospital in Huntington, West Virginia; King's Daughter's Medical Center in Ashland, Kentucky; and Sacred Heart Hospital and West Florida Regional Medical Center in Pensacola.  She served as the assistant director of nursing and director of staff development at America Putnam Nursing Home in Charleston, West Virginia.
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Nursing: Drug Abuse Crisis for West Virginia Nurses

22.95
About the Course

Learning outcomes:
  1. Upon completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
  2. State the severity of drug abuse in the United States.
  3. State the severity of drug abuse in West Virginia.
  4. Describe at least three elements of the national drug control strategy.
  5. Differentiate between club and prescription drug abuse.
  6. List five club drugs as well as their associated street names.
  7. List the three most frequently abused prescription drug types as well as examples of each type.
  8. List three new emerging drugs of abuse.
  9. Describe priorities for nursing assessment and care when dealing with a patient who has abused drugs.


About the Author
Kelly A Crum PhD(c), MSN, RN
Kelly Crum is a professor and interim director of the Division of Nursing at Bob Jones University. Most recently, Crum served as the director of the School of Nursing at Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown, Wisconsin.  Crum earned a BS in nursing (1990) from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida.  She has an MS in nursing (1995) with a focus in maternal, child nursing, curriculum development, and nursing education from the University of South Alabama and and post-master's coursework in women's health nurse practitioner (1999).  Crum is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (ABD) from the University of Phoenix focusing on the nursing student's experience with international service-learning.  Previously, Crum served as an instructional specialist in the Health Sciences and Nursing Department at the University of Phoenix Online and as a certified advanced facilitator.  Crum has also served as nursing faculty at Pensacola Christian College in Florida and Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Crum has worked as a staff nursing a variety of medical units at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem; St. Mary's Hospital in Huntington, West Virginia; King's Daughter's Medical Center in Ashland, Kentucky; and Sacred Heart Hospital and West Florida Regional Medical Center in Pensacola.  She served as the assistant director of nursing and director of staff development at America Putnam Nursing Home in Charleston, West Virginia.