NUR 1524 is designed to promote learner development of additional nursing knowledge and skills, including clinical reasoning, while meeting the multi-dimensional needs of clients across the lifespan within complex healthcare systems. NUR 1524 focuses on safe, quality nursing care of the childbearing family. Learners will be expected to use communication competencies, including technological competencies, while participating with the healthcare team to provide client-centered care. Each learner will also be expected to act in accordance with an increasing understanding of personal accountability for compliance with professional role expectations, consistent with the values, ethics, legalities, and standards for nursing practice.
NUR 1524 includes theory, campus laboratory and clinical learning experiences. Online learning experiences are integrated components of the course.
NUR 1519, BIO 1414, ENG 1213. Co-requisites: BIO 2125,Prerequisites for Baccalaureate to Associate Degree Nurse Accelerated Pathway (BADNAP): NUR 1519
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