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NURS 610 Pathophysiology for Advanced Nursing Practice

This course focuses on advanced physiologic and pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying human responses to disease or illness across the lifespan. Students will build on knowledge of advanced physiology. Competence Statement: Knows the principles of pathophysiological changes well enough to recognize the signs and symptoms of disease states.
3 Graduate credits

Effective August 16, 2014 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Apply concepts of pathophysiology to illness related case studies.
  • Discuss normal physiologic mechanism for maintenance of homeostasis.
  • Predict the system specific signs and symptoms that result when the body is not able to maintain homeostasis.
  • Discuss clinically important cellular processes.

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Pathophysiology for Advanced Nursing Practice Webb, Marjorie G Books Course details