Common Acute and Emergent Adult Health Problems II

Course Type: 
NUR
Code: 
7202
Level: 
Graduate
Credit Hours: 
8
Schedule Type: 
Seminar
Description: 

Focus is on complex symptom management related to acute and emergent physiological alterations in endocrine, gastrointestinal, genital urinary, hematological, immunological and neurological function. Health promotion, maintenance and restoration are emphasized, along with risk assessment and preventative strategies. Advanced practice role development is incorporated into the course through patient care management seminars, case study presentations and clinical practice.

Prerequisites: 

Graduate level NUR 7102 Minimum Grade of C and Graduate level NUR 7103 Minimum Grade of C and Graduate level NUR 7104 Minimum Grade of C and Graduate level NUR 7201 Minimum Grade of C

Restrictions: 
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.
Attributes: 
Instructor Approval Required