NURS 231 - Nursing III
Nursing care for clients/families experiencing common health alterations across the lifespan in a variety of settings is studied in depth. Students synthesize and integrate knowledge, skills and abilities associated with nursing practice to develop a plan of care for clients/families to assure the delivery of safe and effective care, to facilitate physiological and psychosocial integrity, and to promote health. Clinical decision-making skills and resource management principles are introduced. Offered fall semester only.
Additional course fee: $345.