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ASN 341: Concepts of Nursing III

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ASN 341: Concepts of Nursing III
Delivery Modality: Blended
Semester Credits: 7
Contact Hours: 202.5
Outside Preparation: An average of three (3) hours per week for every didactic credit hour
Typically Offered:
Prerequisites: ASN 241 or equivalent, a minimum six (6) semester credits in human anatomy and human physiology, and minimum of three (3) semester credits of college-level mathematics.
Corequisites: None
Requisites: ASN 311, SCI 225 or equivalent
Description: This course focuses on providing advanced chronic care for clients at all stages in life and with several types of physiological and psychological processes. The course also explores end-of-life issues related to chronic illness. Learners will synthesize knowledge from earlier courses related to health promotion and prevention and move toward providing client-centered care for people suffering from complex chronic illnesses. Learners will explore the aging process and discuss end-of-life issues as well as explore co-morbidities while managing health outcomes for chronic care patients, along with psychological conditions. Direct focused client care experiential learning is included in the course to give learners the opportunity to gain experience with many of these more complex chronic conditions.
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