NRSG 128 - Nursing 2 Alterations in Health 1
Expands the development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on pharmacology, intro to the acute care setting, perioperative care, altered cell function (cancer), and alterations in comfort/rest, nutrition/metabolism, activity/mobility, fluid/gas transport, and psychosocial functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in acute care, surgical, and community based settings.
Prereq(s): NRSG 119; with concurrency BIOL 2020, PSYC 1030 Class 6 hours, clinical 9 hours [S] Note(s):
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