NU 102 - Safe and Effective Nursing Care Level II

Overview

Department(s)

Description

NU 102 is designed to augment the fundamental principles for developing and implementing plans of care that improve outcomes for adult patients. The patient history, assessment, socio-cultural factors and best practices will be incorporated into the treatment plan. Utilizing the nursing process, students will integrate foundational knowledge and skills into the clinical practice. Practicum experiences will expose students to electronic documentation, collaborative care, medication administration and a variety of disease processes in a diverse patient population. Significant components of the course include care of the patient with sepsis, alterations in fluids and electrolytes, as well as cardiac, endocrine, gastro-intestinal and respiratory systems. Pharmacological and nutritional interventions will be integrated into the coursework. Various methodologies will be used to support the development of the eight core competencies.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Course Attributes

ELO - CPP (Clinical Preparation Practicum)

Credits

Minimum Units

8.5

Maximum Units

8.5

Academic Progress Units

8.5

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Laboratory

Hours

10.5

Name

Lecture

Hours

5

Requisites

008186

Course Schedule

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