Nursing II

NUR 154


Credits: 8

The learner builds upon previous concepts of Nursing One with emphasis on applying the knowledge of pathophysiology towards the management of care of individuals. The concepts of physiological, psychosocial integrity, a safe effective care environment, health promotion/maintenance are examined. A continued exploration of the Nursing Process is utilized to assist the learner to think critically and apply theory to practice. An interdisciplinary, collaboration of care approach, focuses on restoring optimal functionality of individuals involving families and communities. Lecture: 5 hours Lab/Clinical: 8 hours This course is offered in the spring only. Pre & Co requisites: NUR 152, NUR 153, BIO 108, PSY 210, ENG 102, LIB 111

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