NUR106 - Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice

Introductory concepts of the art and science of professional nursing practice are presented and integrated into clinical practice. Gordon's Functional Health Pattern is introduced as the fundamental assessment tool. Selected nursing skills and physical assessment are presented in lecture, practiced in the Nursing Learning Laboratory, and applied in providing care to adults in the clinical setting nursing practice focuses on all aspects of the nursing process, and utilizes the three levels of prevention (primary, secondary, and tertiary) to facilitate adaptive responses to stressors affecting physiological and safety needs.

PREREQUISITE(S): BIO209; PSY309; NUR101, NUR102; CHE111. COREQUISITES: NUR103

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