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PNSG1217 – Health Promotion II pdf

Credits: 4 (2/2/0)
Description: The course will expand on the foundations of health promotion, maintenance and restoration to a diverse population. Curriculum threads include pathophysiology, data collection, pharmacology and nursing care related to the musculoskeletal, respiratory, urinary, male reproductive and gastrointestinal systems.
Prerequisites: PNSG1207
Corequisites: BIOL2262 AND BIOL2263
Competencies:
  1. Apply concepts of health promotion, maintenance, and restoration related to nursing care of the respiratory system to a diverse population.
  2. Apply concepts of health promotion, maintenance, and restoration related to nursing care of the urinary system to a diverse population.
  3. Apply concepts of health promotion, maintenance, and restoration related to nursing care of the gastrointestinal system to a diverse population.
  4. Apply concepts of health promotion, maintenance, and restoration related to nursing care of the musculoskeletal system to a diverse population.
  5. Apply concepts of health promotion, maintenance, and restoration related to nursing care of the male reproductive system to a diverse population.
  6. Demonstrates safe principles of nursing care.
  7. Demonstrates efficient use of resources, supplies and technology.
  8. Apply pharmacological concepts.
  9. Demonstrate critical thinking in application of the nursing process.
  10. Demonstrate caring, holism, and therapeutic communication.
  11. Demonstrate professionalism in the laboratory setting.
  12. Use of effective time management skills.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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