NURS 405 - Nursing Process in the Community
Provides for utilization of the levels of prevention as intervention to assist the family client system to promote, restore, and maintain stability. Emphasis is on synthesis of public health and nursing interventions, which utilize family strengths and community resources to increase the lines of resistance of the family system and to attain and maintain optimal patterns of health. Clinical experiences are in the home setting and assist the family to identify and allay risk factors associated with known stressors and to strengthen the flexible lines of defense.
(For RN-BSN majors only)
Corequisite Courses: NURS 310, NURS 320
Lab Fees: $75
NURS 405 - Nursing Process in the Community - Details
- Declared Major