Mary Beth Sosa

Assistant Professor

Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult

508-999-8398

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Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

First course in a two-semester sequence that provides the knowledge foundation for understanding alterations and adaptations in physiological processes in humans. The content builds the learner's knowledge from the physical sciences. The content selected for study is essential to critical thinking, clinical judgment, and therapeutic interventions in illness-related phenomena. Humans' ability to adapt to physiological alterations are presented and discussed throughout the course. Principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmakinetics are introduced and concepts of pharmacology are integrated throughout the course.

Second course in a two-semester sequence that provides the knowledge foundation for understanding alterations and adaptations in physiological processes in humans. The content selected for study is essential to critical thinking, clinical judgment, and therapeutic interventions in illness-related phenomena. Humans' ability to adapt to physiological alterations are presented and discussed throughout the course. Principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics are integrated throughout the course.

Second course in a two-semester sequence that provides the knowledge foundation for understanding alterations and adaptations in physiological processes in humans. The content selected for study is essential to critical thinking, clinical judgment, and therapeutic interventions in illness-related phenomena. Humans' ability to adapt to physiological alterations are presented and discussed throughout the course. Principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics are integrated throughout the course.

Second course in a two-semester sequence that provides the knowledge foundation for understanding alterations and adaptations in physiological processes in humans. The content selected for study is essential to critical thinking, clinical judgment, and therapeutic interventions in illness-related phenomena. Humans' ability to adapt to physiological alterations are presented and discussed throughout the course. Principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics are integrated throughout the course.

Experiential learning practicum (simulation and mentorship) provides students with repeated opportunities to apply and refine their clinical practice in the care of persons with complex health problems. Students will analyze the professional nursing role, promote health, guide the person, and shape the health care environment through advocacy, interdisciplinary collaboration, and effective management of resources in acute and critical care environments.

Experiential learning practicum (simulation and mentorship) provides students with repeated opportunities to apply and refine their clinical practice in the care of persons with complex health problems. Students will analyze the professional nursing role, promote health, guide the person, and shape the health care environment through advocacy, interdisciplinary collaboration, and effective management of resources in acute and critical care environments.

Experiential learning practicum (simulation and mentorship) provides students with repeated opportunities to apply and refine their clinical practice in the care of persons with complex health problems. Students will analyze the professional nursing role, promote health, guide the person, and shape the health care environment through advocacy, interdisciplinary collaboration, and effective management of resources in acute and critical care environments.

Experiential learning practicum (simulation and mentorship) provides students with repeated opportunities to apply and refine their clinical practice in the care of persons with complex health problems. Students will analyze the professional nursing role, promote health, guide the person, and shape the health care environment through advocacy, interdisciplinary collaboration, and effective management of resources in acute and critical care environments.

Focus on a) research and evidence based practice as a basis of professional nursing; b) synthesizing, evaluating and translating scientific evidence for nursing practice; and c) collaborating in the translation of evidence-based research activities. The course will assist students in identifying researchable problems that shape nursing practice. Components of the research process are examined.

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