Each course in this program features interactive knowledge checks and scenarios to allow learners to practice applying their knowledge. This program is mapped to the NCLEX-RN test plan as well as QSEN core competencies. Audio narration and transcripts are included on each slide for learners to follow along.
- Relate the pathophysiology, risk factors, and clinical manifestations of selected acute and chronic health problems to care of the adult and older adult.
- Develop patient-centered, evidence-based, plants of care to support the maximum bio-psychosocial health potential of adult clients with medical-surgical health concerns and their families.
- Incorporate components of biological, psychological, and social sciences in selecting appropriate nursing interventions to support the health of adult clients.
- Collaborate with other members of the healthcare team to plan and evaluate patient care.
- Describe the expected client responses and nursing implications of selected clinical interventions prescribed for the ill adult and older adult client.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of pharmacological and nutritional therapies related to the acute and chronic health problems addressed in this course.