NU 201 - Safe and Effective Nursing Care of Clients Level III

Overview

Department(s)

Description

NU 201 prepares students to provide comprehensive care to the child-bearing family with an emphasis on men's, women's and children's health care needs. The student will utilize evidence-based knowledge and critical thinking skills to apply concepts of family dynamics, socioeconomic issues, health and wellness, and cultural implications of health care. Risk reduction and disease prevention will be incorporated into nursing care. Significant components of the course include complex cardiac, oncological, genitourinary and gynecological disorders. Assessment and intervention in child and partner abuse will be addressed. Development of professional accountability continues, with an emphasis on writing, evidence-based research and leadership skills. The role of the nurse as a patient advocate and collaborative member of the interdisciplinary team continues. Students will continue to enhance the application of the eight core competencies in a variety of clinical health care settings.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Course Attributes

ELO - CPP (Clinical Preparation Practicum)

Credits

Minimum Units

8.5

Maximum Units

8.5

Academic Progress Units

8.5

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Laboratory

Hours

10.5

Name

Lecture

Hours

5

Requisites

008193

Course Schedule

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