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NU 332 Illness Management in Adults II

This course is a continuation of NU 331. The focus is on the nursing care of the adult client experiencing medical/surgical illnesses/diseases. Knowledge and skills from previous and current nursing courses and concepts from basic sciences and humanities establish the foundation for this course. Students in this course will develop knowledge, skills, and competency with a foundation in evidence-based practice. Students will integrate new skills and competencies into the clinical practice settings and collaborate with interdisciplinary health care professionals in the delivery of safe and effective nursing care. Course includes lecture and clinical components. Prerequisites: NU 234, NU 331, and NU 361. Prerequisite for students in the accelerated B.S.N. program: NU 231. Prerequisite for students in the four-year B.S.N. program: NU 246. (5)