NUR-1050 - Adaptation and Practices (PN)

This course includes the multifaceted approach to health promotion of children and adults with complex health needs. Nursing interventions for the patient with complex health problems in the areas of safe and effective care, psychosocial adaptation, and physiological adaptation are included. The nursing role is developed with emphasis on health maintenance, health promotion and disease prevention. Selected clinical practices in the community and acute care settings allow the student to analyze and synthesize valuable skills and knowledge. Content also includes transition into practice, issues of the nursing profession, roles of the practical nurse and NCLEX-PN preparation. This is the culminating experience course for the PN program. 10 weeks: 6 class/10 clinical hours for 6 weeks/3.5 lab hours. (Offered summer only)
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Nursing
Department
Nursing
Credits
8
Corequisites
None
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