Adult Health III (N441)
Adult Health III
This course builds on Adult Health II and focuses on the care of critically ill, emergent patient with multisystem needs through classroom and clinical learning experiences. Emphasis is placed on timely collaboration and clinical judgment to provide safe, quality care in an acute care setting.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
- Demonstrate evidence-based clinical judgment to provide and document safe, quality patient-centered care for patients with multisystem, emergent, and/or life-threatening health problems.
- Prioritize safe, evidence-based nursing care to patients with multisystem, emergent, and/or life-threatening health problems.
- Integrate appropriate culturally-competent communication skills and professional behaviors to collaborate with patients, nursing team members, and the interdisciplinary health care team.
- Perform advanced nursing psychomotor skills for safe, quality patient care.
- Utilize clinical judgment to prevent “failure to rescue” events in patients with multisystem health problems.
- Collaborate with members of the interdisciplinary health care team to provide safe quality care for individuals and families.
Prerequisite: Must be taken the final semester of coursework.
|Brunner & Suddarth's textbook||Hinkle||9781975161033||2022||15th||170.00|