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Nursing a II (NURM-241)
NURM 241 explores the role of the accountable, registered nurse as it relates to the delivery of evidence- based care to the childbearing and childrearing family and patients experiencing commonly occurring psychological and psycho-social deviations. Ethical/legal, nutritional, pharmacological, developmental, psychological and sociological concepts related to meeting the nursing needs of patients are integrated. Emphasis is placed on teaching/learning principles and the development of therapeutic communication techniques within the nurse-patient relationship. Laboratory experiences are provided in parent/child inpatient and community settings and also at behavioral and adult health care facilities. This is a condensed summer course. Prerequisites: NURM 141. Corequisite: NRML 241. 6.8 lecture hours and 20.6 laboratory hours per week. 11 credit hours

Course Name: NURM-241
Departments: Nursing
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Prerequisites: NURM-141
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