ADNR230R : Nursing Care IV

This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to comprehensively apply and integrate synthesized theoretical and clinical experiences from previous nursing courses. Intellectual competencies are developed in the classroom through case studies and virtual simulation, while interpersonal, and psychomotor competencies are developed through simulation and clinical practice. The role of nurse as a manager of care is a focus of this course with opportunities for delegation, supervision, collaboration, and team communication skills provided in simulation and clinical practice settings. In the acute care setting, students demonstrate time management skills while providing and safe, effective nursing care for multiple patients with complex health problems. Clinical experiences within the community are also a focus in order to introduce students to the depth and breadth of nursing practice. Upon completion, students are able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes within the QSEN framework in order to safely and effectively care for individuals and their families at an entry-level as a new graduate nurse.

HOURS: 4 lecture, 2 lab, 16 clinical





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