Aug 16, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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College of Nursing

Credit(s): 4

The course will provide didactic and clinical experiences to traditional BSN students. This will enable the students to provide professional nursing care to adults with complex health conditions and families requiring interventions, encompassing end of life considerations. Students will build on key concepts of clinical judgment and teaching- learning in the care of people with alterations in ability to meet human needs. Content related to providing a quality and safe care environment will be addressed. In addition, students will align identified critical cues and client conditions with developed hypotheses to prioritize client needs, concerns, or problems and take appropriate actions, and participate in follow-up evaluation of nursing actions.

Prereq: Admittance to the College of Nursing BSN Program, certification in BCLS, completion of HIPAA, and verification of health insurance. Successful completion of NUR 430 and NUR 431, (or with written consent from the course coordinator).

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