2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    May 25, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

NUR 316 - Nursing Care of the Adult and Aging Patient


This course provides students with the information, knowledge and attitudes necessary to provide safe, high quality care to adults from early adulthood through the aging process. Acute and chronic health issues, adult development, primary, secondary and tertiary prevention will be addressed. Issues of diversity and inclusivity will be explored within the context of the delivery of nursing care.  Concepts of patient advocacy will be discussed with application of these concepts to direct patient care. This course includes both didactic/theorectical learning as well as exposure to adult patients in a variety of clinical settings.
Lecture
Credits: 8
Prerequisites: NUR 301  and NUR 320  
Offered in the Spring Semester.