(6 credits) 210 hours practice experience
This course focuses on promoting the health of diverse individuals within the context of family and community from a holistic, interdisciplinary and collaborative partnership approach to care, considering primary health care principles. Students will apply pharmacology, pathophysiology, nursing practice knowledge, critical thinking and clinical judgment to care of adults experiencing illness in hospital settings. Students will integrate previous and current theoretical and practical knowledge.
Pre - or Co-requisites: Nursing 2112 and 2113.