NRSG224 - Adult Nursing I
Credit Hours: 2.0
This course examines the care of the adult client with complex, multiple-system acute and or chronic health problems and identifies the different roles of the registered nurse in acute and community based health care settings. The focus of this course is on the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health for clients with the utilization of follow up care, community resources, and collaboration with other health care professionals to provide continuity of care. Nursing process, teaching/learning, cultural diversity in the community and the further development of critical thinking/decision making concepts are incorporated. (Level II RN Program) Prerequisites: All first level (PN) Nursing courses must be successfully completed with a letter grade of "C" or higher. Corequisites: NRSG216, NRSG217, NRSG218, NRSG219, NRSG225 and NRSG254.