Kathleen Armstrong, M.S.N., RN, ONC The student will have the opportunity to study groups of drugs using a structured, systematic approach that includes general principles of drug activity, major actions, therapeutic effects, and adverse reactions. NURS 4824 - Perioperative Nursing Elective. to Social Work, M.S.W. NURS 5115 - Advanced Health Assessment for the Generalist Nurse. to Health Administration, M.H.A. Building on fundamental knowledge gained in previous courses, this course examines how research is used in evidence based practice. Financing of health care will be discussed and basic business principles will be introduced. This course provides the theoretical foundations for the nursing care of families within a community context. The Saint Louis University Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing was founded in 1928 and has since been a national leader in nursing education. For more information, please email slunurse@slu.edu. Event in Progress, Newswise An inter-professional team approach is emphasized in the delivery of safe care. named the, Traditional Four-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Accelerated One-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing-Nurse Practitioner, Master of Science in Nursing-Clinical Nurse Leader, Post-Master's Nurse Practitioner Certificate. Prerequisite(s): NURS 4305* with a grade of C or higher; NURS 4355* with a grade of C or higher* Concurrent enrollment allowed. Her mother, Gertrude Buholzer Busch, established an undergraduate scholarship and the Joan Hrubetz Endowed Chair. Emphasis is placed on theoretical knowledge and evidence-based practice findings as the basis for nursing strategies to promote, maintain, and restore health. The student synthesizes data from a variety of sources to make clinical decisions regarding appropriate management, consultation or referral for acutely and critically ill patients. The purpose of the residency is to evaluate the student's progress in the program. Prev. &​ Law, J.D. Dual Degree, Public Health, M.S. An active conservationist and philanthropist, Busch Valentine has volunteered with and donated to numerous community organizations, including Boys Hope/Girls Hope, Edgewood Children’s Center, Caring Solutions, Almost Home and Churchill School. This course focuses on the diffusion of innovations by nursing leaders and how historical events have influenced their innovations to shape contemporary nursing. Prerequisite(s): NURS 3565* with a grade of C or higher* Concurrent enrollment allowed. Provides an overview of health care policy and policy models. Emphasis is given to the use of qualitative approaches in theory development and to the nature of the contribution of qualitative studies in expanding nursing knowledge. Change theory and the process of making changes at the individual, unit and organizational level are examined. The course is offered as variable credit. NURS 5810 - Advanced Practice Nursing Clinical Practicum, Credit(s): 0-5 Credits (Repeatable for credit). Key issues in the management of acute and chronic illness and the promotion of health will be explored. Emphasis is placed on theoretical knowledge and evidence-based practice findings as the basis for nursing strategies to promote, maintain, and restore health. Accelerated Program, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Students gain experience in implementing the nursing process in simulated and actual patient settings.