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

Focus is on the nursing care of adult clients with altered health and function. Emphasis is on understanding the human response to disease processes. Evidence-based clinical decision-making will serve as the basis for providing care and delivering therapeutic interventions for clients experiencing alterations in health. Effective communication and comprehensive nursing care is expected and will be provided in all clinical and simulation experiences occurring in this course. This course includes class, clinical and simulated learning experiences. Prerequisite(s): NUR347, NUR362. Semester(s) Offered: Spring.

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