NUR 425: Adult Health III: Caring For Individuals/Families With Complex Alterations In Health
Expands the student’s knowledge, attitude, and skill required to provide safe, quality, patient-centered care for individuals with complex or multiple alterations in health. Emphasis is on illness and disease management along with the impact of catastrophic illness on the individual and the family.
Utilizes therapeutic nursing interventions in the promotion, restoration, and maintenance of health of individuals and families experiencing complex alterations in health. Students will have opportunities to refine previously learned skills as a care provider along with the development of new roles such as care coordinator and collaborator in a variety of structured and unstructured clinical settings. Lab sessions will continue to develop more advanced psychomotor skills necessary in clinical practice. Lecture 3 credits. Clinical 4 credits. Offered Summer and Fall.
Prerequisite(s): >2.5 GPA; NUR 335 , NUR 360 , NUR 365 .
Co-requisite(s): NUR 425L .
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