nsg331 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Integumentary System, Vital Signs, Head, Face, Neck and Neurologic System
- Describe techniques, skills, and appropriate sequencing used in conducting health assessment.
- Determine protective and predictive factors that influence the health of individuals.
- Use the nursing process to differentiate normal and abnormal health examination findings.
- Analyze cultural beliefs and practices in relation to health assessment.
- Incorporate appropriate health assessment techniques to conduct a health history interview and head-to-toe physical assessment.
- Use the nursing process to identify current and potential health problems.
- Apply knowledge of developmental, gender, and cultural differences to health assessment.
- Document health assessment findings.
- Integrate the health history interview and general survey with physical assessment data.
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