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NUS 211 - Conc & Prac IV

Description
NUS 211, Concepts and Practice IV is the fourth nursing course in a sequence of four semesters. In this course, ccurricular concepts are explored and inegrated with knowledge gained throughout the nursing program. Community concerns among diverse populations are addressed. Professional role behaviors of management and leadership are presented, building upon previously leanred professional roles and responsibilities. Clinical and simulation laboratory experiences support the acquisition of knowledge and leadership skills in the care of adults with complex care needs in acute, sub-acute, and community settings. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Integrate skills for leadership and professional growth within the role of the professional nurse. Integrate knowledge of the concept of cognition with principles of safe, effective, patient-centered care, using current best evidence in a patient experiencing alterations in intracranial regulations. Integrate knowledge of the concept of oxygeneration with principles of safe, effective, patient-centered care, using current best evidence in a patient experiencing overwhelming respiratory failure. Integrate knowledge of the concept of perfusion with principles of safe, effective, patient-centered care,. using current best evidence in a patient experiencing electrical instability and inadequate tissue perfusion to vital signs. Integrate knowledge of the concept of mobility with principles of safe, effective, patient-centered care using current best evidence in a patient experiencing alterations in neurologic function. Integrate knowledge of the concept of safety and security with principles of safe, effective, patient-centered cate, using current best evidence for community concerns.
Credits
10
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018
Offered
MTuThF, MTuSaSu, TuWSaSu, TuWSU
Avg. Class Size
32
Avg. Sections
7