Medical Surgical II RNSG 1004

Prerequisites: ENGL 1101, BIOL 2113, BIOL 2113L, BIOL 2114, BIOL 2114L, BIOL 2117, BIOL 2117L, MATH 1111, RNSG 1010, RNSG 1016, RNSG 1003
Corequisite: RNSG 1002

7 Credits

This course continues the nursing concepts in relationship to adult health nursing. It is designed to develop knowledge and skills necessary for safe, patient-centered care of adult clients experiencing alterations in human responses. Didactic and clinical learning opportunities are designed to guide students in providing nursing care to adult clients who are experiencing common acute and chronic health alterations in a variety of settings, including long and/or rehabilitation nursing. Emphasis is placed on health promotion, restoration, and maintenance of the client through the utilization of data to monitor outcomes of care processes, improving the quality and safety of health car systems. Supervised inpatient and outpatient clinical rotations will provide the opportunities for the students to achieve the course competencies. The course provides opportunities for the student to acquire an adequate knowledge utilizing evidence-based practice from the biophysical sciences, humanities, growth and development, problem solving abilities and the nursing process.

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