NUR 216 Advanced Concepts of Medical-Surgical Nursing II
(30 lecture hours, 120 other hours, 6 credits)
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all first year course work and admission into second year of nursing program.
Continues to focus on the role of the registered professional nurse as care provider, teacher, manager, professional, and advocate in meeting the complex medical and surgical health care needs of adult clients. Utilizing the nursing process, the student is expected to integrate previous learning to assist the patient and family in achieving optimal functioning in various complex health care situations and settings. T: 2 cr/30 contact hrs; C: 4 cr/120 contact hrs
(Replaces NUR 216 Fall 2006-Summer 2006, not equivalent)
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