Adult Health II
This course builds on Adult Health I and focuses on concepts used to provide patient care for complex acute and chronic health problems. Students will begin to learn delegation and supervision principles and develop advanced nursing psychomotor skills through the classroom and clinical components.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
- Demonstrate evidence-based clinical judgment to provide safe, patient-centered care for adults with a variety of complex acute and chronic health problems.
- Apply pathophysiology to prioritize safe, evidence-based nursing care to patients with complex acute and chronic health conditions.
- Practice appropriate culturally-competent communication skills and professional behaviors to collaborate with patients, nursing team members, and the interdisciplinary health care team.
- Differentiate the nursing role in delegation and supervision of care of the adult patient.
- Perform advanced nursing psychomotor skills for safe, quality patient care.
- Coordinate patient education to promote health and prevent illness.
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of all Semester 1 courses, N321 and N322.