NURS 215 Care of the Adult
This course examines principles and practices of nursing adults with health problems. The focus is on the acquisition and application of knowledge in planning, implementing and evaluating the nursing care of clients requiring medical and surgical intervention. Holistic health care of individuals is highlighted. The course includes laboratory instruction in psychomotor skills. The clinical practicum enables the student to integrate theory and skills needed to provide nursing care.
Take BIOL-220, BIOL-221, BIOL-222, NURS-201, NURS-203 and NURS-205,Take NURS-101, NURS-102, BIOL-131, BIOL-132, and BIOL-133 with a grade of 'C' or better in each course.
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