NS 249 - Nursing 4(9)
Operationalizes the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. Using a clinical decision making process, students assist diverse individuals across the lifespan that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in growth and development, sensory/perceptual, protective, fluid/gas transport, and psychosocial/cultural functions. Students are for clients in a variety of acute care and community based settings with concentrated experiences in women's health, perinatal nursing, and critical care. The course culminates with a precepted experience in the management of groups of clients in the acute or subacute care setting. Prereq(s): NS 238 Class 5 hours, clinical 12 hours
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