Dec 01, 2022  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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NURS 300 - Foundational Nursing Concepts and Interventions

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Introduces the student to the role of the nurse in providing basic holistic nursing care.  This course emphasizes implementation of the nursing process within the framework of the Nursing department curricular concepts; critical thinking, communication, caring, culture, systems and transitions. Foundational concepts and interventions essential to holistic nursing practice are emphasized.  The course includes theory, laboratory practice and a clinical practicum directed at the care of adults in a variety of health care  systems. (4 credits (4 hrs. lecture), 1 credit (30 hrs.) lab over 15 weeks, 1 credit (60 hrs.) clinical over 12 weeks) (Offered fall, spring and summer.)  *Special Fee applies (see “Special Fees” in the “Financial” section of this Bulletin.) Prerequisite(s): CNAP - direct admission to program; STNA certification is also required for enrollment. TUP - BIOL 231 , BIOL 280 CHEM 150 , UC 110   or ENGL 111 , UC 120 , NURS 110 , and may be taken concurrently with HSPTS 230 , NURS 201 . Minimum GPA 2.70. Corequisite(s): This course is taken concurrently with NURS 301 Health Assessment .



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