Dynamics of nursing practice 354

Module code DNP 354
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

Note: DNP 354 must be completed prior to DNP 353.
Primary curative nursing for common and uncomplicated disease conditions.
Common and uncomplicated health problems related to the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, neurological, musculo-skeletal and genito-urinary system and infectious diseases of infancy and childhood, adulthood and the elderly. Complaints of the eyes. Musculoskeletal pain/dysfunction and non-traumatic bone/joint pain. Relevant assessment skills. Applied human nutrition.
NB: Only for selected BCur students.

Module credits 15.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites NUR 251,NUR 252,NUR 253,NUR 254,DNP 251,DNP 252,DNP 253,DNP 254,NPE 261,NPE 262
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Nursing Science
Period of presentation Quarter 3

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