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Associate Degree Nursing

RNSG 1216 01 - Professional Nursing Competencies


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Development of professional nursing competencies in the care of patients throughout the lifespan.

Emphasizes psychomotor skills and clinical reasoning in the performance of nursing procedures related to the concepts of clinical judgment, comfort, elimination, fluid and electrolytes, nutrition, gas exchange, safety, functional ability, immunity, metabolism, mobility, and tissue integrity.

Includes health assessment and medication administration.

This course lends itself to a concept-based approach.

Prerequisites: BIOL 2402, PSYC 2301 and ENGL 1301.

Acceptance into the Associate Degree Nursing program.

Corequisites: RNSG 1125; RNSG 1128; RNSG 1430;RNSG 1161 and BIOL 2402.

Semester Hours: 2 (8 lab) BIOL 2402 is not required corequisites for Level 1 but is a Prerequisite for Level 2.

Instructors:

Suzanne Frederick View Curriculum Vitae Email
Shelley Blackwood View Curriculum Vitae Email
Tammy Towner View Curriculum Vitae Email
Cindi McAdams View Curriculum Vitae Email
Susan Goss View Curriculum Vitae Email
Linda Rynearson View Curriculum Vitae Email
Shelli Ellis View Curriculum Vitae
Becky Slonaker View Curriculum Vitae Email
Angela Mathis View Curriculum Vitae Email
Edna Simons View Curriculum Vitae Email
Maria McElroy View Curriculum Vitae Email
Samantha Buerger View Curriculum Vitae Email
Kimberly McCoy View Curriculum Vitae Email