New Release! As Close To Free As It Gets! 200+ Page Nursing Pharmacology Book

I started this blog to help educate healthcare professionals all the way back in 2013. It’s hard to believe that I’m approaching 10 years! I can’t thank you all enough for the support. Your purchases have helped me continue to do this blog and podcast while working part-time as a clinical pharmacist. I enjoy giving back to those of you who have supported me and I’m giving away my new nursing pharmacology book for as cheap as Amazon will let me price it!

I have two versions of the Meded101 Guide to Nursing Pharmacology available – eBook and Paperback. Like many of my references, I focus on educational points that actually show up in real life and also ones that are likely to show up on board exams. This guide is intended to help nursing, medical, pharmacy, and other students through their pharmacology courses as I sought out help from college professors, nursing students, and recently graduated healthcare professionals when putting this resource together. While it is titled “nursing pharmacology”, I believe this book would be a very helpful resource for any pharmacy student, med student, PA, NP, or any healthcare student who has to pass pharmacology classes.

I have organized the content by disease state as that is how pharmacology is taught at most institutions that I received feedback from. As a BONUS, we have included self-assessment questions for each section at the end of the book!

I will price the Meded101 Guide to Nursing Pharmacology at cost for one week and the offer will expire on Sunday, April 17th, 2022. So snag a few copies and share with others!

The only thing I would ask in return is that if you find this resource helpful, please leave a kind rating and review on Amazon!

Here’s the link to the 200+ Page Meded101 Guide to Nursing Pharmacology!

If you have feedback, comments, or suggestions about this resource or others that you would find beneficial in the future, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected]

Thank you so much!!! Eric Christianson, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP


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Written By Eric Christianson

April 10, 2022

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