Assessment of physical, emotional, spiritual, and sociocultural dimensions across the life span related to environment, lifestyles, health patterns, and community resources. For RN-BSN student only (4 credit hours).
Basic concepts of research process. Emphasizes role of nurse as consumer of research. For RN-BSN student only (3 credit hours).
Introduction, application of community health concepts related to rural populations. Emphasizes independent decision making based on assessment of individuals, families, and communities. For RN-BSN student only (6 credit hours).
Focus on goals of baccalaureate education in preparing the nurse for professional nursing practice. Emphasizes professional nursing roles and role change. For RN-BSN students only (4 credit hours).
Introduction and application of management/leadership concepts in caring for clients with complex problems in a variety of settings. For RN-BSN students only (6 credit hours).
Care management of the frail elderly across a variety of settings, focusing on family caregiving and the identification of community resourses. For RN-BSN students only (3 credit hours).