Course Number & Name: NRS 206 Complex Health Alterations
Credit Hours: 8.0 Contact Hours: Lecture: 3.0 Lab/Clinical: 15.0
Course Description: In this course, students provide safe, culturally sensitive care to patients across the lifespan including childbearing and childrearing families, and who experience commonly occurring complex health alterations. This course enables students to further refine their expertise through the utilization of current best evidence, and sound clinical judgment to deliver safe care in collaboration with other members of the health care team. Laboratory and clinical activities focus on the development of a comprehensive teaching plan and quality improvement activities. Students will practice management and prioritization skills while providing safe quality care for multiple patients within the context of family or significant group.
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