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  Oct 03, 2023
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
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NURS 351 - Nursing Adults with Chronic Health and Rehabilitation Concerns

Research-based theories, concepts and the nursing process are emphasized using critical-thinking skills to provide holistic nursing care. In tertiary care, rehabilitation and community-based settings, students use standards of ethical professional nursing practice to assist adult clients with chronic health and rehabilitation concerns to restore, maintain and promote health, attain optimum well-being, or to die with dignity. Responsibility and accountability for nursing care, collaboration, resource conservation and use, respect for human worth and dignity, national and global concerns, and a commitment to a servant-leadership lifestyle are foundational to effective clinical judgments and client outcomes. Three lecture hours per week and 96 clinical hours. This course is eligible for honors credit.

Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Level I standing and NURS 300 .

Credit Hours: 5

Term Offered: Fall, Spring

Fee(s): Fee: $446.

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