NU 202 - Safe and Effective Nursing Care Level IV

Overview

Department(s)

Description

NU 202 provides the student with the knowledge and skills needed to manage patients with complex physiological and psychosocial needs. Opportunity is provided for increased self-direction in the management of care for groups of patients in acute care and community settings utilizing evidence-based research. Emphasis is on advanced assessment and critical thinking strategies to promote effective clinical decision making. Collaboration and interdisciplinary communication continue to be emphasized. Professional behaviors related to healthcare policy, financial regulations, and policy formation are discussed. Significant components of the course include multisystem failure, autoimmune and immune disorders, eating and childhood disorders, major psychiatric disorders, disaster preparedness, and population health. Advanced application of the eight core competencies are integrated into nursing practice.

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

008191

Course Schedule

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