NUR-122 - Fundamentals of Nursing II

This course builds on the concepts of NUR 121. The nursing process is introduced and provides the foundation for nursing practice. Principles of medication administration, assessments and interventions for persons experiencing problems with mobility, body integrity, infectious processes, metabolic regulations, comfort and rest are addressed. Clinical experiences provide the opportunity for the student to begin to function as a member of the health care team and to use the nursing process to deliver care to persons with respect for diversity. Prerequisite: Acceptance into nursing program NUR 121, MAT 075 (within one year).Current registration in NUR 124, NUR 125, credit in BIO 103 and BIO 104 (within five years, grade “C” or better).
Academic Level
Credit
Subject
Nursing
Department
Career & Tech Ed Administratio
Credits
6
Prerequisites
Corequisites
None
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