Transitions in Registered Nursing

NUR223

Course work designed to facilitate the entry of the practical nurse into the second year of Penn College's Nursing program. Focus on the transition to the registered nurse student role. The nursing process forms the foundation for the development of skills basic to practice as a registered nurse student. Emphasis on the role of the associate degree nurse as provider of care, communicator, client advocate, and educator. The chemistry requirement must be complete prior to enrollment in this course (see program director for clarification). Successful completion of NUR223 with a grade of "C" or better is required for acceptance into Advanced Credit Status in the Nursing Program. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH124 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH125 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH151 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH153 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH180 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH182 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH190 and NUR117 and PSY111 or BIO115 and ENL111 and MTH160 and NUR117 and PSY111. Corequisite(s): BIO125 and PSY203. Spring Only.