Develop a concept map which is a visual representation of interrelated concepts

This Assignment consists of three parts:
Part 1:
Develop a concept map which is a visual representation of interrelated concepts, or processes including a class of pharmacological therapy. This should be in word or PDF format. You are encouraged to use different shapes/colors for the different components required. Please choose one drug class from Unit 5 or Unit 6 and develop the following:
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacoeconomic considerations
Common Drugs in this drug class
Clinical considerations such as indications, contraindications, dosage of a key drug from the class including various ages (ie: geriatric), metabolism, adverse effects and drug/herbal interactions
Link to an appropriate Clinical Practice Guideline (include link in a box for the concept map)
Collaborative Management – what other disciplines may be involved in the care of this patient group and why?
Paper Format:
There should be a title page, reference page and your concept map in the middle.
Use appropriate APA format.
Include a minimum of 3 scholarly, peer reviewed, timely research articles to support the content of the concept map
Web sites used should be noncommercial (e.g., gov, edu, org) websites

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