Jul 14, 2024  
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NURS 1330 - Concepts of Adult Nursing


Three credit hours.

Focuses on the coordination of patient-centered care and the evidence for planning priorities based on the health problem, symptoms, and client/caregiver beliefs as well as the values of adult clients. Exemplars include acute and chronic health problems common in adulthood that require interdisciplinary management. Students develop nursing knowledge, skills, and attitudes in the competencies of safety, teamwork and collaboration, quality improvement, and informatics with laboratory experiences in structured healthcare settings and completion of a service learning activity with direct faculty supervision. Summer - one 5-week semester.

Prerequisites:  BIOL 1433 , or BIOL 1411 , and BIOL 1412  
Corequisites: NURS 1130  



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