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NSG 321 Adult Health Concepts I (7)

Focuses on restoration of health and collaboration among interprofessional team members to provide holistic, patient-centered care to adults with acute and/or chronic physical disorders. Emphasis is on cardiopulmonary function, fluid and electrolyte/acid-base balance, oncological concepts, and diabetes. The safe care of adults of all ages is addressed including the preservation of dignity in life and in death. Critical thinking, clinical reasoning, communication, cultural sensitivity, therapeutic interventions, informatics, and technology are integral components of this course. The role of the baccalaureate generalist nurse is reinforced. Four credit hours theory, three credit hours clinical. Prerequities, NSG 301, NSG 305, & NSG 306