This course focuses on the nursing care of clients experiencing chronic illness and/or end of life. Emphasis is placed on understanding the lived experience of clients and families. Ethical issues related to advocacy, self-determination, and autonomy are explored. Evidence-based practice is used to support appropriate focused assessments and management of care of clients experiencing concurrent illnesses/co-morbidities.
Corequisite: NURS 282 AND
7 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 17, 2014 to present
- Incorporate the knowledge and methods of a variety of disciplines to inform decision-making in the care of the chronically ill client.
- Promote achievement of safe and quality outcomes of care for individuals and families experiencing chronic illness and end of life issues.
- Utilize evidence, clinical judgment, inter-professional perspectives and client preferences in planning, implementing and evaluating outcomes of care.
- Recognize the role of information technology in improving client care outcomes and creating a safe care environment.
- Discuss trends in healthcare as they relate to issues of access, equity, affordability and social justice.
- Provide quality and safe client care as a member of the inter-professional team.
- Utilize clinical judgment and decision making skills while providing care to promote optimal health for clients experiencing chronic illness.
- Explore one's own beliefs and values as they relate to caring for clients experiencing chronic illness and end of life issues.
|01||Chronic and Palliative Care||Bergstedt, Tracy L McMahon, Bridget L Matthias-Anderson, Deborah L Holt, Nathan Johnson, Jacqueline Ann Pollard, Peyton Stewart Kessler, Penny Young||Books||Course details|
|02||Chronic and Palliative Care||Bergstedt, Tracy L McMahon, Bridget L Matthias-Anderson, Deborah L Holt, Nathan Johnson, Jacqueline Ann Pollard, Peyton Stewart Kessler, Penny Young||Books||Course details|