This intermediate-level clinical course develops the RN role when working with clients with complex health care needs. Includes developing skills needed for managing multiple clients and priorities. Using the nursing process, students gain experience in adapting nursing practice to meet the needs of clients with diverse needs and backgrounds. Prerequisites: Health Alterations 10543105, Nursing Health Promotion 10543106, Clinical Care Across the Lifespan 10543107, and Intro to Clinical Care Management 10543108; Corequisites: Complex Health Alterations 10543109, Mental Health and Community Concepts 10543110, and Advanced Skills 10543112
Prerequisites: 10543105, 10543106, 10543107, 10543108; Corequisites: 10543109, 10543110 & 10543112
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