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PNSG1223 – Health Promotion III pdf

Credits: 4 (4/0/0)
Description: This course expands on the foundations of health promotion, maintenance and restoration of diverse populations. The curriculum threads include pathophysiology, data collection, pharmacology and nursing care related to the cardiovascular, immune, hematological, neurological, sensory and endocrine systems.
Prerequisites: PNSG1207 AND PNSG1216
Corequisites: (None)
Competencies:
  1. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the cardiovascular system.
  2. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the endocrine system.
  3. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the neurological system.
  4. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the sensory system.
  5. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the immune system.
  6. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the hematological system.
  7. Integrate pharmacological principles.
  8. Interact with peers in a professionally acceptable manner.
  9. Identify the role of the practical nurse in caring for diverse populations.
  10. Outline evidence-based nursing practice.
  11. Identify concepts of nursing care related to health promotion, maintenance and restoration related to the lymphatic system.
  12. Relate pharmacological concepts to the cardiovascular, immune, hematological, neurological, sensory, lymphatic and endocrine systems.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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