(3 credits) 6 hours lecture, 2 hours lab alternating weeks – second half of semester
This course occurs over the second half of a semester and is a continuation of Alterations in Health: Nursing Knowledge and Therapeutics I and helps students to understand nursing care for diverse individuals experiencing alterations in health, using health promotion approaches and resources. Students integrate the principles of pharmacology, pathophysiology and related nursing practice knowledge, critical thinking and clinical judgment. This 2000 level course builds on content in the previous levels of the program. Students must complete Nursing 2112 prior to registering for this course.
Co-requisite: Nursing 2112.