Experiences in this course correlate to theories and concepts in NU 250 and NU 252. Students are introduced to skills and techniques needed to perform a comprehensive, focused, and condensed health assessment with practice in acute, sub-acute, and non-acute care settings. The significance of normal and abnormal findings is emphasized. Other basic concepts include the fundamental aspects of communicating, caring, assessing, diagnosing, and documenting the patient's unique responses to their health condition, medical diagnoses, tests, treatments and procedures, and prognosis.
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