71:260 Nursing Foundations III [McPhee]

Prerequisites: Completion of Year II Term 1 courses.

This course introduces core concepts and nursing implications related to homeostatic mechanisms, diagnostic tests and procedures, and specific therapeutic regimens. Application of material learned in this course will be integrated throughout the family case studies presented in the concurrent and subsequent Human Responses courses.This course takes place in Spring Session with a minimum of 36 credit hours.

Transfer Equivalents: Look up 71:260 in the BU Course Transfer Database.