NURS 2600 - Nursing Process IV
Nursing Process IV is the final course in the nursing curriculum sequence. This course emphasizes application of nursing central competencies introduced in the previous nursing process courses including assessment, collaboration, communication, management of care, caring interventions, clinical decision-making, professional behaviors, and teaching/learning. Other major topics include roles of leadership and management as part of the health care team. Clinical experiences are in a variety of health care settings involving patients across the lifespan.
Lecture Hours: 2
Clinical Hours: 6
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: NURS 2200, SPCH 1010
Co-requisites: NURS 2400; Humanities Elective
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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