In addition to management of clients and their significant others using the nursing process; introduces leadership and management concepts; incorporates time management, decision-making and delegation skills in the care of a small group of clients. These concepts are applied in NU 206
Emphasis is on primary health care interventions directed toward clients throughout the life span in a wide variety of settings. Course content includes health education, disease prevention, restorative care and interventions for groups. Clinical experiences will include preceptorship
Emphasis is on the nursing process to meet the psycho-social needs of a culturally diverse population, the health-illness continuum, therapeutic communication and the development of a therapeutic relationship with clients. This course also focuses on the use of the nursing process to
This course focuses on the use of the nursing process to assist clients and their significant others who are dealing with pain, cancer, peripheral vascular disease (PVD), collagen diseases, disorders of the musculo-skeletal system, disorders of the blood and blood-forming organs and d
Focuses on the nursing process to assist clients in meeting goals related to psycho-social, metabolic, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine (diabetes), and neuro-sensory adaptations. Therapeutic communication is presented and practiced.
This is the second course in Child Health Nursing. It presents to the student specific diseases and conditions requiring hospitalization, outpatient care, or home involvement. Emphasis is on interpersonal relationships with family members, a positive, yet gentle approach to the patien
This course focuses on legal and ethical issues and trends affecting contemporary and future health care. It emphasizes the transition from the role of a student to a registered nurse, and from a registered nurse to advanced leadership positions in Nursing.
This course focuses on nursing history in Micronesia and internationally. The role of the practical nurse is explored in relation to interdisciplinary cooperation, legal and ethical issues and the transition from a student to a practical nurse.