Course Abstract Details
NURS 225, Practical Nursing Concepts
NURS-225, Practical Nursing Concepts presents the following concepts of practical nursing: addiction behaviors, cognition, health/wellness/illness, infection, inflammation, intracranial regulation, metabolism, mood and affect, oxygenation, perfusion, reproduction, self, sexuality, violence, clinical decision making, collaboration, managing care, professional behaviors, accountability, advocacy, ethics, evidence-based practice, health care systems, health policy and informatics. Prerequisites: NURS-131, NURS-132, NURS-133, NURS-140. Ninety hours of lecture and forty five hours of clinical experience each semester. Seven credits. Seven billable hours. Additional $100 fee required.
The abbreviations in parentheses represent Learning Goals which have been identified for this course and program of study: