NRN 202 - Nursing Perspectives

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This course explores person, society, health, nursing education, environment, teaching, and learning as included in the Malone University School of Nursing and Health Sciences philosophy and as related to the Neuman Systems Model. The necessary development of characteristics that support nursing as a profession in research, education, and practice is discussed. Professional accountability is addressed through legal practice issues and ethical dimensions in nursing. The process of leadership, management, and dimensions of change as a basis for professional responsibility is introduced. Health promotion across the lifespan, cultural diversity, and use of nursing informatics are emphasized.


This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog. View this catalog.