NSG 463 Nursing Care of Clients Experiencing Multi-System Health Alterations (3)

Examines multi-system health alterations that affect individuals and families across the life span. Students will synthesize prior learning as they analyze the multiple factors contributing to major health alterations. Emphasizes the way in which individuals as members of families and other social groups adapt to the trajectory of the disease process and complex health alterations. The student is guided to examine the role of the nurse as a member of the interdisciplinary team that provides services for disease prevention, health restoration and rehabilitation.

Prerequisite: spring semester senior standing as a baccalaureate nursing student. (BSN program).

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