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NURS 235 - Nursing IV

4-15-9
Continues to build on the concepts of nursing, persons as patients, health, environment, the designated concepts and mandates which form the basis of the nursing curriculum.  Exemplars of acute, life threatening health conditions are used to further explain each concept and enhance the learner’s understanding of the biological, psychological, social, and professional dimensions of nursing.  In applying the nursing process while emphasizing assessment, pharmacological, nutritional, mental health, health language, and community considerations, the learner will have opportunities to demonstrate competencies in patient-centered care, collaboration, quality improvement, informatics, evidence-based practice, and safety.  Special emphasis will be given to the care of two or more persons with altered health conditions in varying health care settings.  Prerequisite(s): “C” or better in: NURS 220, 225, 223, and Humanities or Fine Arts Requirement (3 credit hours).  Corequisite(s): Humanities or Fine Arts Requirement (3 credit hours)



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