NURS 2400 - Nursing Process III
Nursing Process III is a continuation of the study and application of nursing processes with emphasis on the central competencies of assessment, collaboration, communication, management of care, caring interventions, clinical decision-making, professional behaviors, and teaching/learning. Nursing Process III focuses on the application of the competencies in medical/surgical settings with subject specific content including the following: oncology, hematology, emergency care, endocrinology, reproduction, infectious disease, immunology, and neurology. Nutritional aspects of disease processes discussed with appropriate nursing actions and interventions will also be incorporated. Clinical experiences will be in a variety of health care settings for patients across the lifespan.
Credit Hours: 5
Lecture Hours: 3 Clinical Hours: 6
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: NURS 2200; SPCH 1010
Corequisite: NURS 2600; Humanities Elective
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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