NUR 103: Fundamentals of Nursing - Lab and Clinical Practice
Students will learn the procedures and rationales for specific basic nursing skills, based on the nursing process as the organizing framework. Using this knowledge, skills basic to nursing care are developed in the laboratory in preparation for the clinical experience. After completing the lab components of the course, students apply the nursing process to the performance of skills basic to nursing care in the clinical setting in extended care facilities. The student must successfully complete the lab practice components before progressing into clinical practice. This course contains material previously taught in NUR 103, NUR 103C, and NUR 103L.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Admission to Registered Nursing program
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