CO-REQUISITE COURSES FOR Concepts & Practice of Adult Health Deviations
Concepts and Practice of Adult Health Deviations builds on concepts, principles and skills basic to beginning professional nursing practice introduced in Foundations of Nursing Practice. Scientific and theoretical foundations of basic human needs are reinforced and selected pathophysiological processes are introduced. The course prepares students to apply critical thinking skills when examining individual responses to health problems of a medical-surgical nature. Prerequisites: S300, N310. Co-requisites: N302, N304, N309, or Permission of the Dean.
Course Section Description
This course meets the second 8 weeks of the term.