NUR 412 – Utica University – Homework help & Answers

NUR 412 – Trends in Professional Nursing (5) at Utica University is a five-credit undergraduate course that prepares students for the transition from student nurse to professional nurse.

The course covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • The changing landscape of healthcare
  • The role of the nurse in the interprofessional healthcare team
  • Emerging technologies in healthcare
  • Quality improvement and patient safety
  • Leadership and management in nursing
  • Ethical and legal considerations in nursing
  • Professional development and lifelong learning


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Students in NUR 412 will develop the knowledge and skills they need to be successful nurses in the 21st century. They will also learn how to adapt to change, advocate for their patients, and make a difference in the healthcare system.

Prerequisites: NUR 311 – Socialization to Professional Nursing, NUR 312 – Leadership and Informatics in Professional Nursing, NUR 321 – Foundations for Nursing Care, NUR 326 – Health Assessment, NUR 332 – Pathophysiology, NUR 333 – Pharmacology, NUR 346 – Care of Populations and Communities, NUR 365 – Care of the Obstetric Population, NUR 366 – Care of the Aging Population, and NUR 371 – Medical/Surgical Nursing Care I

Recommended text: Trends in Professional Nursing, by Potter, Perry, Stockert, and Hall, 11th edition, Elsevier


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NUR 412 – Utica University – Homework help & Answers

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