NURS 206: Complex Nursing Care Concepts II Clinical

Class Program
Credits 4

This clinical course provides students opportunities to deliver evidence-based care, including application of evidence-based practice in managing acute clinical problems for clients experiencing life-threatening, critical events. The student functions effectively as an interdisciplinary team member exercising goal-setting strategies and problem-solving techniques in the application and management of care that respects client differences, values, preferences and expressed needs, based on scientific evidence. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the first three semesters of the Associate in Applied Science Registered Nursing curriculum with a "C" in each course that applies to the nursing curriculum or the first semester of the Associate in Science in Nursing curriculum with a minimum of ¿C¿ in each course that applies to the nursing curriculum. Corequisites: NURS 204, NURS 205, NURS 207 or NURS 263. (S)