Nursing Concepts Online
Nursing Concepts Online (NCO) is an interactive, all-in-one course from Elsevier that’s designed to help you master the most important nursing concepts and their clinical applications. Organized around the 53 nursing concepts found in Giddens’ groundbreaking Concepts for Nursing Practice text, each module in NCO offers a multiple-method learning environment featuring concept-based case studies, hyper-linked exemplars, skills videos, learning activities, adaptive quizzes, simulation exercises, and much more. It’s a single product that gives you instant access to all of Elsevier’s top conceptual-learning products, such as: Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing for the NCLEX-RN® Exam, Mosby’s Video Skills for Nursing Concepts, HESI Patient Reviews, and SimChart educational EHR,. To succeed in nursing you need to think conceptually. And no other product will better prepare you to think both conceptually and critically than Nursing Concepts Online.
Duration for access to this product, which may be at the discretion of your institution, is up to 36 months. Elsevier reserves the right to restrict or remove access due to changes in product portfolio or other market conditions.
UNIT ONE: PATIENT PROFILE CONCEPTS 1. Development 2. Functional Ability 3. Family Dynamics 4. Culture 5. Motivation 6. Adherence
UNIT TWO: HEALTH AND ILLNESS CONCEPTS 7. Fluid and Electrolyte Balance 8. Acid-Base Balance 9. Thermoregulation 10. Cellular Regulation 11. Intracranial Regulation 12. Glucose Regulation 13. Nutrition 14. Elimination 15. Perfusion 16. Gas Exchange 17. Clotting 18. Reproduction 19. Sexuality 20. Immunity 21. Inflammation 22. Infection 23. Mobility 24. Tissue Integrity 25. Sensory Perception 26. Pain 27. Stress 28. Coping 29. Mood and Affect 30. Anxiety 31. Cognition 32. Maladaptive Behavior 33. Addiction 34. Interpersonal Violence
UNIT THREE: PROFESSIONAL NURSING AND HEALTH CARE CONCEPTS 35. Professionalism 36. Clinical Judgment 37. Leadership 38. Ethics 39. Patient Education 40. Health Promotion 41. Communication 42. Collaboration 43. Safety 44. Technology and Informatics 45. Evidence 46. Health Care Quality 47. Care Coordination 48. Caregiving 49. Palliation 50. Health Care Organizations 51. Health Care Economics 52. Health Policy 53. Health Care Law