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Spring 2024
Jul 23,2024
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NRS 112A - Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care I
Associated Term: Spring 2024
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Create an evidence based, individualized, developmentally appropriate plans of care that are dynamic and based on the changing needs of client and family
2. Apply evidence-based interventions, agency policy and procedure, and clinical practice guidelines in the provision of client care in the acute care setting
3. Examine the clinical decision model to guide client-centered, developmentally and culturally appropriate, evidence-based decision making in the acute care setting
4. Communicate discharge plans in collaboration with the client, family, and health care team
5. Examine potential legal and ethical issues related to client decision-making and informed consent in acute care settings
6. Analyze client data and nursing interventions to minimize risk of harm to self, clients, and others
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