Sep 26, 2022  
2019-2020 Archived Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Archived Catalog

NRSG-230 Intermediate Care of the Adult Patient

Credits 5 / 3 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into ENGL-100 (ACSR-100), completion of ELAP-120 with a 2.0, completion of RDNG-030, ACLT-075 or ACLT-076, or a minimum score of 20 on the reading portion of the ACT; Successful completion of NRSG-120, NRSG-121 and NRSG-130 with a 2.0 or higher. Successful completion of BIOL-101 or BIOL-156 with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Co-requisite: NRSG-230C. Note: Clinical days may be altered to accommodate orientation, simulation, or other special events. Students must provide student uniform and stethoscope.
This course is the clinical component for Intermediate Care of the Adult Patient.

Course Outcomes
1. Use the nursing process to organize aspects of care for the adult patient, with complicated medical-surgical conditions, at varying levels of wellness (including health promotion and disease prevention strategies 2. Apply the concepts and principles of nursing, and the natural and applied sciences to provide safe care to the adult patient, with complicated medical-surgical conditions, in an acute care setting 3. Demonstrate, through practice, the role of the nursing in caring for the adult patient, with complicated medical-surgical conditions practice within the legal and ethical parameters, demonstrate accountability for own practice and those responsibilities delegated to others, and display self-direction in identifying own learning needs and pursue education to meet them 4.Communicate effectively with other individuals (team members, other care providers, patients, families, etc.) to provide comprehensive aspects of adult patient, with complicated medical-surgical conditions, reflecting evidence-based practice, national patient safety initiatives (QSEN), and current best practices 5. Develop relationships that place the adult patient at the center of care, by demonstrating caring and effective communication, therapeutic relationships with patients, families and communities and professional relationships with members of the health care team 6. Function effectively within the adult patient care team and interprofessional teams, foster open communication, mutual respect, and shared decision-making to achieve safe and quality patient-centered care