Jul 19, 2024  
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2021-2022 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

RNSG 2331 - Advanced Concepts of Adult Health


CIP Code: 51.3801
Credit(s): 3
Course Description: Application of advanced concepts and skills for the development of the professional nurse’s roles in caring for adult patients and families involving multipel body systems. Emphasis on advanced knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. Emphasis is placed on caring for patients with life-threatening disease processes, emergent trauma-related injuries and patient-centered care. (3-0-0) End-of-Course Outcomes: Prioritize the roles of the professional nurse in the provision of care for adult patients and families; develop a plan of care; and evaluate care for adult patients and families with advanced health care needs.
1. Utilize clinical judgment to provide care for adult medical-surgical patients with multi-system and emergent health problems in simulated learning experiences.
2. Implement a collaborative patient centered plan of care for adults with multi-system and emergent health problems in simulated learning experiences.
3. Analyze assessment data using informatics and technology to research best practices in caring for patients with selected multi-system and emergent disease processes.
4. Distinguish cultural differences when providing patient care for adults with multi-system and emergent health care problems in simulated learning experiences.
5. Model the role of the nurse in achieving positive patient outcomes for adults with multi-system and emergent health care problems in simulated learning experiences 1,2,3,4,5,6

Prerequisite(s): RNSG: 1443

Successful completion of previous term courses. 

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Faculty Consent: N