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NURS 310. Physiologic Wellness (Clinical)

Credits: 3
Department: Nursing Science
Description: Applies theoretical principles of NURS 309. Development of concept maps and application of advanced technical skills in caring for adults experiencing acute disharmony in various health care settings.
Prerequisites: NURS 301, NURS 303, NURS 304, NURS 316, and NURS 302 or NURS 320
Corequisites: NURS 309
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Utilize theory and research-based knowledge and skill from the arts, sciences, humanities, informatics and genetics to manage adults in acute disharmony.
2. Provide high quality, safe patient care through quality improvement by participating in simulation exercises and completing an individualized plan of care for the patient in acute disharmony.
3. Apply critical thinking in the provision of holistic evidenced based care by participating in simulation exercises along with concept mapping when caring for clients in acute disharmony.
4. Integrate knowledge and skills in patient care technology by utilizing an IPOD Touch to research medications and access lab and diagnostic information when caring for patients in acute disharmony.
5. Review healthcare policies prior to performing a procedure on a patient in the clinical setting in order to provide high quality, safe patient care.
6. Establish and maintain effective interaction with patients and interdisciplinary care team members in the clinical setting.
7. Contribute to individual health by participating in patient teaching for clients in acute disharmony.
8. Incorporate professional nursing standards and standards of professional performance in the practice of nursing for clients in the medical/surgical setting.






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