Lab and clinical experiences reflect the material presented in NUR 2030. The student assists the client and family to recognize self-care needs. They assess, plan, and evaluate interventions in the care of client populations in general medicine, maternity, and mental health settings. Multiple inpatient and outpatient areas provide observational experiences for them to demonstrate skills in decision-making through the use of the nursing process with an emphasis on implementation and evaluation and select the appropriate roles to assume in meeting the patient’s self-care needs. They perform therapeutically in the clinical area with decreasing need for instructor supervision. Pass/No Pass.
6 hours of clinic per week
[Course fee: $70]