NURS 4207 DB —
Adult Health Nursing I Clinica
0.0 credit hours
This course builds on a previously acquired foundation derived from the liberal arts, sciences and nursing to apply the nursing process to the holistic care of culturally diverse adult patients and families who are experiencing simple to chronic alterations in health. Clinical experiences provide students with the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills and implement appropriate evidence based therapeutic nursing interventions towards the goal of restoring, promoting and maintaining the health of patients in a variety of geographical settings. Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of "C" in NURS 4201 and NURS 4202 and NURS 4203. Corequisite(s): NURS 4204.
(10 / 8)
Technology is used in delivering instruction to all students in the section, but no class sessions are replaced by technology.
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|October 05 - December 08, 2022