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NUR 1021L - Nursing Process I Clinical Experience


4 Credit Hours
(Fall, Spring)

This course introduces students to the role of the Associate Degree Nurse in providing direct, holistic nursing care to young, middle-aged and older adults who are hospitalized or in community settings. Students are introduced to all steps of the nursing process with a focus on assessment skills. Students will identify self-learning needs and set their own goals for improvement. Critical thinking and working effectively with peers and other healthcare professionals as a team member is expected. The demonstration of caring behaviors and therapeutic communication as a provider of bedside, technical nursing care is emphasized. Students must demonstrate safe performance of basic nursing skills, including but not limited to medication administration, physical assessment, and comfort care.

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the AS Nursing Program

Corequisite(s): NUR 1021C .

Special Nursing Program policies may apply to this course.



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