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BSN 366: Concepts of Nursing IV

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BSN 366: Concepts of Nursing IV
Delivery Modality: Blended
Semester Credits: 7
Contact Hours: 187.5
Outside Preparation: An average of three (3) hours per week for every didactic credit hour
Typically Offered:
Prerequisites: Minimum eight (8) semester credits in human anatomy and human physiology, three (3) semester credits in college-level English, and three (3) semester credits in college-level math; BSN 266 and BSN 346.
Corequisites: None
Requisites: BSN 305 or BSN 315
Description: This course emphasizes the provision of professional nursing care for clients across the lifespan with acute, complex medical conditions. The learners will build upon knowledge gained in the Acute Care I course (BSN 266). The course greatly emphasizes acute care related to several different pathophysiological processes and end-of-life issues. The course includes application to specific concepts, principles, and theories in various acute care settings. The course will emphasize decision-making skills and independent functioning.
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