NURS 3102 – Adult Health
(3 credits) Variable lecture hours over 7 weeks
In this course students will use primary health care, considering population groups and influences, as a framework for promoting health, and providing holistic care for diverse adults and families experiencing complex acute and chronic illness. Students will examine effective collaborative relationships and inter-professional partnerships, advocacy, capacity building, critical thinking and clinical judgment in a variety of contexts.
Prerequisites: Nursing 2215, 2216, Health 2250, Interdisciplinary Studies 1240, Psychology 2235, Health and Physical Education 2507, and Math 2333.