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NUR201 Nursing Care of Indiv. & Fam.: Home

This is a research guide for NUR201-Nursing Care of Individuals and Families.

Introduction

This guide will show you how to search a database, write a citation, and provide you with resources related to nursing care of individuals and families.  

Course Description

Focuses on holistic care of individuals and families with a variety of health care needs across the lifespan with a variety of health care needs. The needs of the clients experiencing endocrine, respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular conditions and selected mental health disorders are examined. Bioterrorism as a health care issue will be addressed. Clinical laboratory experience provides the student and opportunity to administer care to a diverse population of clients in a variety of acute care and community health care settings. The student will utilize critical thinking, caring, professionalism, and communication skills in the care of the client. Emphasis is placed on provision of safe and competent care and development of the professional role as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team. During the semester, the student is increasingly challenged in the clinical area with more complex client assignments.

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