Description: Lecture, three hours; laboratory, three hours. Requisites: courses 10, 20, 54A. Focuses on theoretical foundations of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention as they relate to nursing care management in acute care settings for Nursing BS students. Emphasis is on application of relevant theories to Nursing BS practice roles in health care systems through case study examples, with focus on application to clinical practice settings that include culturally diverse populations. Concepts of communication, nursing process as clinical decision-making strategy, and critical thinking skills are introduced as essential to practice of professional nursing. Learning experiences in nursing skills laboratory and in clinical settings are integral components. Introduction to mathematics calculations and terminology used in clinical setting. Letter grading.
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