Nursing: Children: Unique Differences from Adults that Impact Care

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Learning Objectives:
  • Associate the appropriate age to each pediatric population.
  • Name at least two of the virtues described in Erikson’s 1959 theory of psychosocial development.
  • State at least three reasons why children may be more susceptible to exposures of environmental chemicals.
  • Provide at least one difference between children’s and adults’ skin that can impact the absorption of harmful chemicals.
  • Identify at least two of the four basic subgroups described collectively as ADME.

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