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   NUR 171 - Clinical II: Medical-Surgical

4.0 Credits
Application of the theoretical basis and psychomotor skills for safe, quality, evidence-based, patient-centered nursing care for the patient undergoing various medical/surgical interventions and the effect of those conditions on the patient and the patient’s support persons. Focuses on care that is developmentally and culturally appropriate. Integrates standards of practice, and legal and ethical responsibilities of the roles of the nurse while collaborating with members of the interprofessional healthcare team. Applies communication theory when interacting with patients, as well as using information technology to locate, use, and communicate patient care information. Compares and contrasts care delivered in a variety of healthcare settings. Provides experiences to assist students to develop a professional identity related to the five roles of the nurse. Simulation is utilized in this course for students to apply priciples of medical-surgical nursing and develop critical-thinking skills.
Prev. Course Codes: NUR-112
CLIN 180 Clock hours



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