Adult Health Nursing I

NUR306

Exploration of entry-level medical-surgical nursing care of adult clients exhibiting acute and chronic health needs is accomplished by various methods of course delivery. Critical thinking activities utilized throughout the course, as well as a focus on evidence-based nursing interventions, provide the level of cognitive ability needed to function in the role of a baccalaureate-prepared nurse. Clinical experiences provide students with opportunities to apply theoretical concepts and to develop organizational and time management skills while providing nursing care with beginning level patient caseloads primarily in the acute care setting. 90 Clinical Hours, 45 Lab Hours.

6 Credits: 3 Lecture, 3 Lab, 6 Clinical

Prerequisites:
CHM108 and NUR232 and NUR288; or
CHM100 and NUR232 and NUR288; or
CHM111 and NUR232 and NUR288