NUR 377 - Advanced Medical - Surgical Nursing

7.5 credits ( 3.5 didactic hours / 4 clinical hours )


NUR 301 Principles and Application of Evidence for Nursing Practice, NUR 372 Beginning Medical-Surgical Nursing, NUR 376 Intermediate Medical – Surgical Nursing


The student learns to utilize the nursing process to provide and evaluate culturally sensitive care for individuals and families experiencing adult health problems across diverse settings including home. The student also learns about nursing role development as a collaborative interdisciplinary team member. Students apply principles of evidence-based care in planning, providing, and evaluating patient care outcomes. Clinical experiences are coordinated in a variety of settings and offer students the opportunity to engage with clients and interdisciplinary health care members to provide care across the health continuum.

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