NUR363 - Nursing Care of Adults II (6 cr.)

This course focuses on understanding patterns of altered health and function of adult clients, with an emphasis on the interaction of the situational environment and the individual. Evidence-based clinical decision-making is stressed as a basis for designing and delivering therapeutic interventions for complex health alterations. Students care for individuals, families and groups in acute and non-acute settings. Self-directed, comprehensive care is expected in practice and simulation environments. (Spring). Prerequisite: NUR362.

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