Adult Health Nursing II
Six semester hours, three theory, nine clinical. (FL)
This course offers expanded knowledge based on clinical experiences in acute care settings. The focus of the course is providing culturally congruent comprehensive nursing care to adults with multi-system and complex health care needs in diverse settings. Students will expand their critical decision-making, evidence-based practice skills in the professional nursing role. As a member of the profession, students will demonstrate competence as a provider of patient-centered care, safety advocate, interdisciplinary team member, and coordinator of care roles. Prerequisites: Successful completion of NURS 3305, NURS 3526 and NURS 3558.
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