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Donna Davis

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Monday, 22 August 2011 10:29

Course Schedule

Written by Donna Davis

 

Fall 2014

NURS121Nursing Skills Laboratory II

Prerequisite: NURS 110; NURS 111; NURS 112; NURS 113. Corequisite: NURS 123, NURS 125. This course builds on theory, skills and clinical applications learned in first semester. Tactile skills essential to safe nursing practice will be demonstrated in the nursing skills laboratory. Students will have the opportunity for supervised and individual practice followed by skills check-off by the instructor. Skills will be part of the demonstration. Additional materials fee applies. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10791H&SNAHTuesday
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 11:50 AM
Building: 2100
Room: 2159
Enrolled: 10
Available: 0
Class begins: 2014-08-18, Class ends: 2014-12-13

NURS125Nursing Process and App II

Prerequisite: NURS 110, NURS 111, NURS 112, NURS 113. Corequisite: NURS 121, NURS 123. This course provides theoretical perspective, evidence-based knowledge, and principles needed by students to guide their application of the nursing process for individuals with common physiological alterations. Professional, legal and ethical issues are explored. Using the QSEN competencies, this course builds upon the fundamental concepts introduced in prior courses with a focus on health issues across the lifespan. Clinical opportunities are designed to facilitate application of QSEN competencies in knowledge, skills, and attitude while focusing on health issues during care of diverse populations in a variety of settings. This course focuses on the nursing role as communicator, safe provider of care, patient advocate, and client teacher for individuals experiencing common and/or chronic medical and/or surgical conditions related to surgery, respiratory system, musculoskeletal system, reproductive system, and integumentary system. Maternal-newborn nursing is presented, including antenatal, intrapartal, postpartum, and newborn normal and abnormal adaptation. Components of infusion therapy will also be discussed. Variations in nursing care for individual of different ages, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds will be considered. This course also involves clinical application of theoretical concepts taught in this class, Nursing Process I, and Nursing Skills Laboratory I and II. All aspects of the nursing process will be applied to client situations. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10794H&SNAHTuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 7:00 AM
End Time: 1:30 PM
Building: 2100
Room: CLIN
Enrolled: 10
Available: 0
Class begins: 2014-08-18, Class ends: 2014-12-13

NURS125Nursing Process and App II

Prerequisite: NURS 110, NURS 111, NURS 112, NURS 113. Corequisite: NURS 121, NURS 123. This course provides theoretical perspective, evidence-based knowledge, and principles needed by students to guide their application of the nursing process for individuals with common physiological alterations. Professional, legal and ethical issues are explored. Using the QSEN competencies, this course builds upon the fundamental concepts introduced in prior courses with a focus on health issues across the lifespan. Clinical opportunities are designed to facilitate application of QSEN competencies in knowledge, skills, and attitude while focusing on health issues during care of diverse populations in a variety of settings. This course focuses on the nursing role as communicator, safe provider of care, patient advocate, and client teacher for individuals experiencing common and/or chronic medical and/or surgical conditions related to surgery, respiratory system, musculoskeletal system, reproductive system, and integumentary system. Maternal-newborn nursing is presented, including antenatal, intrapartal, postpartum, and newborn normal and abnormal adaptation. Components of infusion therapy will also be discussed. Variations in nursing care for individual of different ages, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds will be considered. This course also involves clinical application of theoretical concepts taught in this class, Nursing Process I, and Nursing Skills Laboratory I and II. All aspects of the nursing process will be applied to client situations. (CSU)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10795H&SNAHTuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 7:00 AM
End Time: 1:30 PM
Building: 2100
Room: CLIN
Enrolled: 6
Available: 4
Class begins: 2014-08-18, Class ends: 2014-12-13