The focus of this course is to provide client-centered care to clients with acute, chronic, and complex healthcare needs across the life span. The elements of evidence-based practice will be utilized to enhance the plan of care. Students are given the opportunity to gain cognitive, affective, and psychomotor skills in the delivery of client care to clients with neurological, sensory, and respiratory disorders. Many of the clients may be more critically ill than those previously encountered. Students will continue to be introduced to the skills of intravenous therapy, phlebotomy, and electrocardiogram tracing. Nurse-in-charge assignments will begin in this course and continue through the end of the program in NUR238. Available sources of informatics will be utilized in the care setting to organize and manage client care.
NUR207, NUR235, and NUR236