NU 111 - Fundamental Pathway to Nursing
This course is designed to introduce and update the knowledge and skills of a student who has prior experience and knowledge regarding basic fundamental nursing skills, but has not had education regarding the professional, theoretical and conceptual aspects of the role of the professional registered nurse. The course will focus on the utilization of the nursing process, physical assessment of the client, biopsychosocial client needs with selected disease processes, gerontology, legal and ethical issues, electronic health records, documentation, pharmacology, and management and delegation practices. The course will consist of classroom discussion, laboratory skills practice and simulation, and clinical practice in a health care facility with a preceptor. The course will evaluate the students on the basic fundamental nursing skills required to advance to NU-102.
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit