Principles & Practices of Nursing V

Course Number: 
NUR 2130
Semester: 
Spring
Subject: 
Nursing (NUR)
Credits 
5.00

This course offers students the opportunity to learn about patients across the lifespan experiencing complex acute medical surgical illnesses and chronic self-care deficits. Observational experiences are provided in multiple areas including intensive care, the emergency room, the recovery room, clinics, and a home health agency. The student demonstrates skills in decision-making through the use of the nursing process with an emphasis on implementation and evaluation. The student also selects the appropriate roles to be assumed in meeting the patient’s self-care needs. The student is expected to perform therapeutically in the clinical area with a decreasing need for instructor supervision.

5 hours of lecture per week

[Course fee: $330]