SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
FAMILY/COMMUNITY NURSING II-AL
Section: NURS 216-001
Credits: 4 credit hours
Availability: 0 (Capacity: 11)
6:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Auburn Campus - T219
Prerequisites: NURS 101, NURS 102, NURS 214, NURS 215, BIOL 203, BIOL 204, completion of NURS 217 or concurrent enrollment in NURS 217. Adult, child and infant CPR certification.This course builds upon the skills,abilities, and knowledge developed in Nursing 101,Nursing 102, Nursing 214 and Nursing 215. The core concepts of individual, professional nursing, and health care are an organizing framework. Emphasis is placed on the concepts of metabolism, intracranial regulation, cellular regulation, perfusion, tissue integrity, mobility, inflammation, and collaboration.The role of nurse as manager of care is further developed with increased autonomy and an emphasis of the development of interdisciplinary collaboration skills. The student will integrate theory into practice by caring for patients in pediatric, obstetric, home care, and community settings. The student is expected to demonstrate competency of selected advanced nursing skills in the Nursing Lab.
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