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NUR 1231C - Nursing Process II


5 Credit Hours
(Fall, Spring)

Application of the nursing process continues with emphasis on the planning and implementation of nursing care for clients experiencing threats to functional health patterns. Development of professional behaviors, such as developing therapeutic relationships continues with students working clients through life interactions. Students further develop critical thinking skills through case studies and simulation scenarios designed to provide students with problem solving skills in analyzing, planning and prioritizing care for clients whose health problems are more acute or chronic; the client with psycho-emotional dysfunctions, dysfunctional support systems situations, grief, and loss. Students learn basic management skills as a team member caring for a limited number of clients in hospitals with emphasis on coordination of nursing care and discharge planning. Conflict management skills are highlighted as the student increases role as client advocate.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 1021L    and NUR 1141 ;or LPN licensure; admission to the AS Nursing Program or permission from the program director

Corequisite(s): NUR 1750L  and NUR 1142  

Prereq/Corequisites: DEP 2004  

Special Nursing Program policies may apply to this course.



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