Complexity and Acuity (NURS 332.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
NURS 332 N01 September 2018 Tania Bergen
NURS 332 N11 September 2018 Cheryl Cummings
NURS 332 N21 September 2018 Kathleen Rodger
NURS 332 N41 September 2018 Anthony de Padua
NURS 332 N61 September 2018 Carol Ann Bullin
NURS 332 N71 September 2018 Kathleen Rodger
 
NURS 332 N02 January 2018 Tania Bergen
NURS 332 N22 January 2018 Kathleen Rodger
 
NURS 332 N01 September 2017 Laura Vogelsang
NURS 332 N11 September 2017 Tania Bergen
NURS 332 N21 September 2017 Kathleen Rodger
NURS 332 N41 September 2017 Anthony de Padua
NURS 332 N61 September 2017 Laura Vogelsang
NURS 332 N71 September 2017 Kathleen Rodger
 
NURS 332 N02 January 2017 Laura Vogelsang
NURS 332 N22 January 2017 Kathleen Rodger
 
NURS 332 N01 September 2016 Tania Bergen
NURS 332 N11 September 2016 Tania Bergen
NURS 332 N21 September 2016 Kathleen Rodger
NURS 332 N41 September 2016 Anthony de Padua
NURS 332 N61 September 2016 Carol Ann Bullin
NURS 332 N71 September 2016 Kathleen Rodger
 
NURS 332 N02 January 2016
NURS 332 N22 January 2016

Description

Opportunities to develop critical thinking skills in the analysis of information related to the nursing management of complex and/or high acuity patients in settings providing acute intervention. Emphasis will be placed upon concepts involved in the interaction of pathophysiological processes, the treatment regimen and the patient as a person. The role of the professional nurse, as caregiver, decision-maker and, counselor will be developed. Critical functions of being competent in diagnostic and monitoring functions will be emphasized. Students will have an opportunity to develop skills in selecting, critiquing and using evidence to support clinical practice.

Restriction(s)

Restricted to students in the College of Nursing who are registered in the B.S.N. program or the Post-Degree B.S.N. Option.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

NURS 311 and NURS 312 for B.S.N. students or NURS 305 for Post-Degree B.S.N. Option students.

Note

Students with credit for NEPS 300 will not receive credit for this course.

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