NURSING CARE OF INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES II

NUR*203

The student will focus on the holistic care of individuals, families, and groups with
complex health care needs. The student will incorporate critical thinking, caring
behaviors, professionalism, and communication skills when providing nursing care
in a variety of acute, long-term and/or community settings. The student will have
an opportunity to manage a multi client assignment with an emphasis on safe and
competent practice. An observational experience with a visiting nurse agency, a
dialysis unit and/or a cancer center will be provided.
Classroom: 45 hours
Clinical: 225 hours
Pre-requisite Courses: NUR*201: Nursing Care of Individuals and Families I;
NUR*202 Pharmacology for Individuals and Families with Intermediate Health Care
Needs; ENG *102: English Composition & Literature
Co-requisite Courses: NUR*204: Pharmacology for Individuals, Families and Groups
with Complex Health Care Needs; NUR*205: Nursing Management and Trends;
Elective: Humanities or Fine Arts