Course Description : This course provides students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for the care of adults with acute and chronic medical, surgical, and behavioral health alterations. This course builds on previous learning and clinical experiences. Students have the opportunity to develop the competencies needed to assess, plan, manage, and evaluate nursing care of patients in multiple healthcare settings. The focus of this semester is evidence-based practice, safety, communication, patient-centered care, interprofessional collaboration, clinical integration, and nursing judgment. The care of patients with faculty supervised learning laboratory and clinical practicum assist in the development of clinical competencies.
Department Description : Nursing
BIO-112, PSY-232 and NRB-135