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Courses: Nursing II (NURM-122)

Nursing II (NURM-122)
This course explores the role of the accountable, responsible registered nurse as it relates to the delivery of evidence-based care to the childbearing and childrearing family and patients experiencing actual/potential, commonly occurring, increasing to the complex health deviations. Within the context of the nursing process, the diagnostic phase is stressed. The student nurse gains experiences in analyzing and interpreting patient data for an accurate nursing diagnosis in the clinical setting. Emphasis is placed on the application of effective communication, self care and wellness, current legal, ethical and social problems and teaching/learning principles. Laboratory experiences are provided in the classroom laboratory setting as well as medical-surgical, obstetrical, pediatric units, community agencies and any other clinical sites to meet the course objectives. Prerequisites: NURM 121 and its corequisites. Corequisite: NRML 122. 4 lecture hours and 12 laboratory hours per week. 8 credit hours

Course Name: NURM-122
Departments: Nursing
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