Adult nursing

Adult nursing is a type of nursing that focuses on providing health care to adults. Adult nurses are the primary point of contact for adult patients and their families, and they play a significant role in interprofessional collaboration. They collaborate with doctors, social workers, and therapists to ensure that a patient's comfort, emotional well-being, and medical needs are met. Pathophysiology, aetiology, conclusion, and treatments that rely on momentum inquiry are discussed in the context of complex therapeutic surgical problems in adults. A shared care strategy will be concerned with meeting the physiological, mental, and formative needs of the basically sick adult customer and his family while considering the customer's and his family's sociocultural setting.

     Track 1 Adult's mental health
     Track 2 Addiction nursing
     Track 3 Obesity nursing
     Track 4 Sex education

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