COURSE: 30-431 Health Maintenance and Restoration: Adult III (6)|
The focus of this course is the family-centered care of adults and older adults experiencing acute and chronic medical conditions involving multiple body systems. Integration of theoretical concepts and best evidence is used to promote sound clinical reasoning and clinical judgment to inform nursing practice. Clinical experiences take place in acute care settings with the goal of providing safe, quality, and multi-dimensional care for the diverse adult and older adult populations. Prerequisite: First-semester Senior Nursing major status and consent of the College of Nursing and Health Professions.