Jul 14, 2024  
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NURS 1320 - Adult Nursing I: Chronic Care


Three (theory 1.5; lab 1.5) credit hours.

Introduction to the nurse’s role in the delivery of patient-centered care as a member of a multidisciplinary team with an emphasis on the growth and development in older adulthood, fundamental nursing assessment, and interventions to promote functioning and comfort. Introduction to cultural considerations, pharmacology, physical and environmental safety, evidence-based practice, legal/ethical principles, quality improvement, and informatics is incorporated through exemplars of chronic health problems and physical changes requiring acute or long-term management. Learning activities include class and laboratory experiences in simulation, long-term care, and community settings.

Prerequisites: NURS 1200  and NURS 1202 , and BIOL 1433  or BIOL 1411  and BIOL 1412  (may be taken concurrently) 



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