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Nsg: Intermed Clin Practice

Course Number: 10-543-111
Credits: 3
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Description: 10-543-111 NURSING: INTERMEDIATE CLINICAL PRACTICE ...this intermediate level clinical course develops the RN role when working with clients with complex health care needs. A focus of the course is developing skills needed for managing multiple clients and priorities across the lifespan. Using the nursing process, students will gain experience in adapting nursing practices to meet the needs of clients with diverse needs and backgrounds. (Prerequisites: Accepted in Nursing-AD program; 10-543-105, Nsg Health Alterations; 10-543-106, Nursing Health Promotion; 10-543-107, Nsg Clin Care Across Lifespan; 10-543-108, Nsg Intro to Clinical Care Mgmt; 10-801-196, Oral/Interpersonal Communication; 10-806-179, Adv Anatomy & Physiology; Corerequisites: 10-806-197, Microbiology; 10-543-109, Nsg Complex Hlth Alter 1; 10-543-112, Nursing Adv Skills; 10-809-198, Intro to Psych)
Total Credits: 3

Course Competencies

  1. Implement one's role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving professional identity as a nurse committed to evidence-based practice, caring, advocacy and quality care
  2. Demonstrate appropriate written, verbal, and nonverbal communication in a variety of clinical contexts
  3. Integrate social, mathematical, and physical sciences, pharmacology, and pathophysiology in clinical decision making
  4. Provide patient centered care by utilizing the nursing process across diverse populations and health care settings
  5. Minimize risk of harm to patients, members of the healthcare team and self through safe individual performance and participation in system effectiveness
  6. Lead the multidisciplinary health care team to provide effective patient care throughout the lifespan
  7. Use information and technology to communicate, manage data, mitigate error, and support decision-making

Course details are from the 2021-2022 academic year and are subject to change after 5/23/2022.