NUR 201 Nursing Care of the Adult I

This course focuses on the nursing care of adults with common health problems. Students apply the nursing process by identifying client problems, selecting interventions and administering care to adults experiencing homeostatic deviances in the areas of food, fluid, and oxygen balance; sexuality; and emotional equilibrium. Day, evening, and weekend hours are used for clinical teaching. Prerequisite: NUR 101 and NUR 102 with a grade of C (74) or better, PSY 252. Co-requisite: BIO 239. Four lecture and fifteen practice hours per week in hospitals and health agencies. Instructional Support Fee applies. 9 credits Fall, Day/eHealth option

9 credits
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