NUR 101 - Practical Nursing II8 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lec.
NUR 101 - Practical Nursing II, focuses on developing competent nursing practice while identifying interruptions that affect the ability of individuals at various ages to meet their basic needs. Students deliver patient-centered care with emphasis on prioritization, planning, implementation, and health teaching to assist individuals and families with self-care to achieve an optimal level of health within the practical nurse scope of practice. Clinical concentration focuses primarily on individuals during the maternity and perioperative experience. Psychomotor skills are developed and assessed for competency through the use of the College, Clinical Laboratory, and Simulation Lab. Theoretical principles and nursing techniques are correlated throughout the course with subsequent application and evaluation in the clinical laboratory. The Simulation Lab is used to apply theoretical principles and nursing techniques. Student participation in a variety of acute and community health settings provides an overview of the health care delivery system.
Restricted to Practical Nursing Students
Usually offered Spring semester
Pre-Requisites: NUR 100, NUR 105, BIO 213, BIO 213L, PSY 110
Concurrent Requirement: Concurrent requirement that may have prior completion: BIO 214, BIO 214L, PSY 210. Current certification required in Basic Cardiac Life Support, CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Satisfactory physical examination with designated immunizations.
Co-Requisites: NUR 101C, NUR 101L
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