HDP401 - Hdp401 Processes of Human Disease II
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Hdp401 Processes of Human Disease II
Processes of Human Diseases IIThis course will build on processes of Human Disease I. The student will continue to explore the concepts of pathology and the effect on the structure and functioning of the body. Overall mechanisms of disease have been categorized into concepts and these concepts will be examined for the effect that they produce on each of the body systems. Common diseases will be used to illustrate each concept.
Co-requisites: NUR401 and NUR420
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:
1. Describe the human response to dysfunction and disease processes.
2. Examine the various dysfunctions of an organ or organ system.
3. Examine the implications of various disease processes through the synthesis of theory-based and research-based knowledge from the physical, social, and behavioural sciences.
4. Interpret assessment data, evaluate pathogenesis of disease states, and determine a range of appropriate nursing actions.
Blood and Lymphatic Disorders
Nervous System Disorders
Disorders of Eyes and Ears
Urinary System Disorders
Digestive System Disorders
Skin Disorders and Burns
Musculoskeletal System Disorders
Reproductive System Disorders
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