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NUR 2244C - Nursing Concepts: Families in Crisis-Complex Health Problems


10 credits
Prerequisites: NUR 2033  , NUR 2033L  , NUR 2440  , and  NUR 2440L , all wih a grade of "Passing" or of "C" or better, and approval fo ASN Program Director
This course is designed to further develop the concepts within FSW nursing philosophy: Health, People and nursing as a profession.  Emphasis is placed on the concepts of health-wellness-illness, collaboration, managing care, safety, advocacy, legal issues, policy, healthcare systems, ethics, accountability, evidence-based practice, and complex communication concepts. This course also provides clinical experiences for students to explore and solidify the concepts covered in Nursing Concepts: Families in Crisis-Complex Health Problems. Students will progress from directly supervised clinical experiences to a more independent and indirectly supervised clinical nurse residency experience. Assignments in this course will immerse students into the patient/client care environment, preparing them for the transition from student nurse to professional registered nurse. Upon completion the students will be able to provide safe and effective care for patients/clients and families in a community context.



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