2023-2024 Catalog 
    
    May 29, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog
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NUR 330: Adult Health I: Caring for Individuals/Families with Acute Alterations in Health

5 credits

LECTURE

Expands students’ knowledge of safe, quality nursing care as requisite to meeting the needs of individuals and their families with acute alterations in health. Emphasis is on the promotion, restoration, and maintenance of health along with their impact on the individual and the family.

CLINICAL COMPONENT Utilizes therapeutic nursing interventions in the promotion, restoration, and maintenance of health of individuals and families experiencing acute alterations in health. Students learn to apply clinical reasoning skills and to refine their application of the nursing process, communication, and nursing skills in a variety of settings. Lecture 2 credit hours. Clinical 2 credit hours. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s): >2.5 GPA; BIO 353  or BIO 368 ; PSY 308 , or admitted student in the accelerated nursing program.
Co-requisite(s): NUR 330L . Students are required to have taken or be currently enrolled in BIO 401 , NUR 302  and NUR 309 .



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