NURS 2111 – Theoretical Foundations of Nursing II

(3 credits) 3 hours lecture

This course continues exploration of the concepts of person, nursing, health and environment, with emphasis on holistic understanding of the individual’s experience of illness in the context of the determinants of health, professional practice and primary health care. Students will also gain understanding of the local and national environments in which nurses practice. This 2000 level course builds on content in the previous levels of the program. Students must complete all Nursing 1100 and 1200 courses in the lower levels of the program prior to registering for this course.

Prerequisites: Nursing 1213 and 1214.

 

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