NUR 106: Fundamentals of Nursing - Lab and Clinical Practice
In this course, students learn basic nursing procedures and rationales through lab discussion, lab practice, and clinical practice. Using the nursing process and core components as organizing frameworks, nursing skills are developed that provide a safe and effective care environment, promote health, maintain and promote psychosocial and physiological integrity. The student must successfully complete the lab discussion and lab skills check-outs before progressing into the clinical component, which takes place in an extended care setting. Pre-clinical assessment time is required prior to and outside of the scheduled clinical hours. This course contains material previously taught in NUR 100 and NUR 103.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; NUR 102 minimum grade "C+", may enroll concurrently
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