NUR105 Foundations of Nursing IV

This course introduces the concepts of health promotion (risk reduction), health maintenance, and health restoration. Through
application of the nursing process, students will learn to care for clients with burns and wounds, hyperglycemic and hypoglycemic
disorders and clients with physiological adaptation needs. Students will apply critical thinking and identify best practices. Students
will explore the functions of the interdisciplinary team and practice using the concepts of nursing informatics. Nutritional needs for
these clients are addressed. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to apply knowledge and skills to safely care
for a variety of clients with healthcare alterations and physiological adaptation needs.

 

Prerequisites

NUR104, NUR152

Credit Hours: 
4.00
Catalog Code: 
NUR105