NURS 300 Adult Health Nursing I – 20- 64 years with lab

This course requires the student to use theoretical principles, assessment skills, the nursing process, and clinical decision-making in the care of adults who present with common deviations from health and self-care need deficit that requires nursing intervention. Students are previously learned knowledge and skills to effectively apply the nursing process to individuals that present with problems that relate to cardiac and respiratory disease, neurological, musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, renal immune, and endocrine disorders. Students will complement their learning in the simulation lab.