Sep 21, 2019  
Butler 2018-19 
    
Butler 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NR 106. Patient Centered Care of the Developing Individual and Family


Credits: 9
Prerequisite(s): BI 231 , NR 105  and NR 104  all with a C or better and AH 111  and BS 260  with a C or better or concurrent enrollment.

This course will enable the student to apply health promotion and common altered health state concepts associated with adult reproductive health, childbearing, childrearing, child, and family mental health issues and the perioperative environment to patient care. The student will utilize the nursing process in the provision of safe and culturally competent care for the individual and family. The student will demonstrate effective communication skills and caring behaviors and incorporate evidence-based practice while caring for the newborn, child, adult, and family. The student will exhibit professional behaviors with all class actions and interactions by embracing the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics for Nursing and demonstrating professional accountability and responsibility for behavior. Classroom: 88 hours; Clinical hours: 157.5 hours.





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