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School of Nursing
Nursing (NURS)
NURS
3115
Adult Medical-Surgical 2 Lab
Adult Medical-Surgical 2 Lab
Fall 2017
4
Course Type
Laboratory
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
NURS 3110W, NURS 3111, NURS 3112, NURS 3113 and NURS 3118
Corequisites

50

Frequency of Offering

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Laboratory skills training for developing safe, evidence-based, professional, and holistic nursing care related to the management of clients with advanced medical and surgical needs.
1. Use critical thinking to make clinical judgments about the expected outcomes and effects of selected nursing interventions related to caring for clients.
2. Utilize the five (5) steps of the nursing process to provide holistic nursing care, prevent disease and promote optimal health to individuals experiencing alterations in health.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of scientific rationales for providing nursing care to individuals experiencing complex, multi system conditions.
4. Demonstrate knowledge of principles of effective therapeutic communication with individuals and families of diverse backgrounds.
5. Demonstrate knowledge of principles of effective collaboration with colleagues in other professional disciplines.
6. Describe the role of the nurse in assuring patient safety, quality of care, continuity of care, patient confidentiality, and ethical care.
7. Demonstrate the role of the nurse in assuring patient safety, quality of care, continuity of care, patient confidentiality, and ethical care.
8. Apply knowledge of client rights, and of developmental and cultural differences in provision of professional nursing care
9. Integrate teaching into nursing care of selected adults of different ages.
10. Apply knowledge of legal, regulatory and ethical issues to the professional practice role.
11. Demonstrate the values and characteristics of the professional role while providing care to adults of different ages including advocacy and accepting a delegated assignment
12. Demonstrate the principles of safe medication administration.
13. Demonstrate medication calculation competency.

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Key: 6301