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|NUR 1023C - Nursing Practice I|
NUR 1023C Nursing Practice I (10.0) ( A.S.) Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in NUR 1023L. This course provides six hours of lecture, three hours of lab and nine hours of clinical experience per week. This course is designed to introduce the concepts within the three domains of the individual, nursing and healthcare. Concepts related to the individual include: acid base balance, cognition, comfort, culture, diversity, elimination, family, fluid and electrolytes, grief and loss, health, wellness, and illness, infection, mobility, oxygenation, perfusion inflammation, tissue integrity, self, sensory/perception, spiritual, stress/coping, and thermoregulation. Concepts related to nursing include assessment, caring interventions, clinical decision, collaboration, communication, managing care, teaching and learning. Concepts related to healthcare include accountability, advocacy, ethics, evidence-based practice, health care systems, health policy, informatics, legal issue, quality improvement, and safety.
BECAME NUR 1023 EFFECTIVE FALL 2009.
Became NUR 1023C effective Fall 2016
10.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Combined Lecture/Lab, Traditional, Video/Audio Conferencing
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Nursing & Health Professions Division
Fee Assess AS, Per Credit
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