NURS 300 - Clinical Pathways of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Across the Continuum of Care I
This course addresses beginning concepts of health promotion and disease prevention as applied to healthy individuals across the age continuum. Health concepts, risk factors for disease and illness including the influence of genetics, and practice related to immunizations and screenings will be explored. Safe practice will be emphasized. Self-health will also be addressed. Clients studied include children, adults, older adults, and women/families experiencing a normal pregnancy. This course includes didactic and practice experiences. Practice experiences include the use of therapeutic communication skills and select core nursing skills.
Nursing major, full acceptance; NURS-210; PSYC-260
Pre- or co-requisites: NURS-212, NURS-306
Credit Hours: 4 (3-0-1)
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