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Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of N231, the student should be able to:

*   apply knowledge from the sciences, humanities, and nursing to make nursing decisions.

*   use the nursing process and the Neuman Systems Model to provide nursing care for the individual.

*   demonstrate basic skills of assessment to collect data for the individual.

*   analyze data collected to plan prioritized nursing care for the individual.

*   formulate nursing diagnoses using the NANDA format based on interpretation of data collected.

*   construct a plan of care in collaboration with the individual to assist the individual to retain, attain, or maintain stability.

*   demonstrate primary and secondary preventions as interventions to assist the individual to retain, attain, or maintain stability.

*   evaluate the individualís response to nursing interventions.

*   modify and implement the nursing plan of care as needed based on evaluation.

*   demonstrate critical thinking skills when implementing the nursing process.

*   provide culturally sensitive nursing care to client.