NSG682 Advanced Pathophysiology
Provides pathophysiological principles and concepts essential for performing advanced clinical assessments, differential diagnoses, and therapeutic decision-making. Describes disordered physiology and clinical consequences of common disease processes. Analyses of the biophysical rationale are used during seminar, problem-solving exercises and case studies to recognize the pathophysiologic bases of clinical findings.
- Discuss the current research in pathophysiology related to select patient case studies of pathophysiological processes across the lifespan.
- Describe relevant findings of diagnostic or other evaluative studies as they relate to clinical disorders.
- Apply evidence-based knowledge related to pathophysiological processes for clinical reasoning in advanced practice nursing.
- Develop advanced knowledge and understanding of theories that relate the pathophysiology to the cultural and social environment.
- Develop appropriate clinical inferences for health promotion and illness prevention in individuals and families of diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Interpret clinical data essential to diagnosing and managing specific pathophysiological problems.
- Demonstrate critical thinking in analyzing pathophysiologic states based on subjective and objective symptomatology.