Nursing 5215 – Integration of Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Nursing I
Nursing 5215 – Integration of Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Nursing I [Formerly NURS 246]
This course is the second of a sequence of three clinical practice courses. It is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to integrate theory, practice, and evidence in the application of the nursing process in a clinical setting for diverse client aggregate populations across the lifespan (child-bearing families/newborn health, pediatric and adolescent health, adult and older adult health, and psychiatric/mental health). Students will analyze and integrate aggregate specific concepts in the provision of client-centered care in a variety of health care settings with moderate faculty guidance.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers.
Prerequisite: 5101, 5102, 5105, 5103, 5115, 5106.
Corequisite: 5201, 5205, 5203, 5206.  Spring
5301 – Leadership and Management in Professional Nursing Practice [Formerly NURS 217]
This course provides an introduction to leadership and management in nursing. Course content focuses on leadership and decision-making theories, power and influence, team building, communication, and problem solving skills. The course is designed to facilitate transition to practice and management of professional issues that reflect the current complexity in provision of care with respect to patient, organizational, and professional advocacy. Quality improvement and management skills will be emphasized including delegation and assignment, managed care, outcomes management, resource allocation, conflict resolution, and economic principles pertinent to the efficient and effective delivery of health care services.
Prerequisite: 5101, 5201;
corequisite: 5303, 5305, 5306, 5315, 5325.  Summer
5303. Human Experience of Health and Illness Across the Lifespan III [Formerly NURS 237]
This is the third of three didactic courses examining the human experience of health and illness across the lifespan – from infancy through senescence – with an emphasis on increasing complex acute and chronic issues. The course provides the student with the theoretical basis to apply principles of chronic illness, including assessment and intervention skills, to at-risk populations. The impact of multi-system factors on individuals, families, and aggregates or populations/communities will be explored.
The epidemiology, pathophysiology, medical management (pharmacologic, non-pharmacologic, and surgical), and nursing management for selected health problems will be addressed. Health promotion, anticipatory guidance, and patient education will be discussed. Prerequisite: 5101, 5201, 5102, 5105, 5205, 5103, 5203, 5115, 5215, 5106, 5206.
Corequisite: 5301, 5305, 5315, 5325, 5306.
[Prerequisites and corequisites apply to non-R.N. students only.]  Fall, Summer
5305 – Enhancement of Community and Population Health III [Formerly NURS 227]
This course is the third in a sequence of three clinical practice courses designed to provide the student with an opportunity to explore population and community-based health care principles that impact the client. This course addresses healthcare systems related issues that impact the client’s ability to maintain and maximize health. Students will have the opportunity to build on their knowledge of clients within communities and populations, collaborate to synthesize and evaluate data, identify appropriate programs, and disseminate findings.
Prerequisite: 5101, 5201, 5102, 5105, 5205, 5103, 5203, 5115, 5215, 5106, 5206.
Corequisite: 5301, 5303, 5315, 5325, 5306.  Summer
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