Nursing | Nursing Care of Adults II
J352 | ALL | Staff


Nursing Majors - Semester VI
3 credits
Requirements:	Upper division nursing semester V courses

This course focuses on the application of the nursing process in
restoration, maintenance, and prevention of actual and potential
acute-chronic health problems for adult clients in a variety of
structured settings.  To meet the need of clients, physical
assessment and psychomotor skills are expanded.

Course Objectives:

At the completion of this course students will be able to:

1.	Implement holistic care to individual adults in structured
	settings.
2.	Incorporate concepts and theories/models from biological,
	behavioral and nursing science in nursing practice with
	individual adults in structured settings.
3.	Utilize the nursing process to diagnose and treat individual
	adults with actual and potential health problems in
	structured settings.
4.	Function a client advocate, care provider, collaborator,
	teacher/counselor in nursing activities of restoration,
	maintenance and prevention with adults in structured
	settings.
5.	Demonstrate appropriate verbal, nonverbal and written
	communications with adult clients and health team members in
	structured settings.
6.	Perform selected psychomotor skills in an effective manner
	with adult individuals in structured settings.
7.	Incorporate teaching/learning concepts in nursing practice
	with individual adults in structured settings.
8.	Review research findings applicable to nursing practice for
	nursing with adults in structured settings.
9.	Discuss leadership as a role with individual adults in
	structured settings.
10.	Demonstrate behaviors associated with ANA Standards of
	nursing practice with adults in structured settings.
11.	Express how their own behavior has a positive impact on the
	image of nursing as a profession.
12.	Demonstrate responsibility for continuous growth as a
	learner of nursing care for adults in structured settings.
13.	Examine the effectiveness of nursing roles with adults in
	structured settings.

Oral presentations, research report, clinical worksheets and
clinical care will be evaluated as S/F according to course
objectives.