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Corequisites:NRSG 113.Applies knowledge of etiology and patho- physiology to provide an understanding of the health care needs of children and childbearing families.Examines the roles of the licensed practical nurse and the registered nurse in applying the nursing process and implementing the ordered plan of treatment for child- bearing and childrearing families.Introduces growth and develop- ment components and how they impact therapeutic communication, therapeutic interventions,and teaching-learning techniques when providing nursing care to children and child-rearing families.

NRSG 113 Maternal-Child Nursing Clinical

2 Credits

Prerequisites: NRSG 102,NRSG 103,NRSG 105,and NRSG 106. Corequisites:NRSG 112.Allows the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to provide ethical,culturally competent,and holistic care for children and childbearing families.Emphasis is placed on the prevention of illness and the maintenance,promotion,and restora-

tion of health as well as the support of death with dignity and implementation of the ordered plan of treatment.Knowledge of principles of growth and development are utilized to adapt thera- peutic communication,therapeutic intervention,and teaching- learning techniques to provide nursing care to children and chil- drearing families.The nursing process provides the framework for problem solving and critical thinking in providing nursing care.

NRSG 114 Health Care Concepts in Nursing

1 Credit

Prerequisites:NRSG 102,NRSG 103,and NRSG 105.Explores strate- gies utilized to promote lifelong personal and professional develop- ment. Analyzes the roles of the licensed practical nurse and the reg-

istered nurses within the context of the larger healthcare environ- ment. Examines internal and external influences on nursing prac- tice. Explores basic concepts of nursing leadership and manage- ment. Analyzes legal and ethical issues in healthcare.

NRSG 116 Geriatric/Complex Medical Surgical

Nursing III for the Practical Nurse

4 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the Practical Nursing Program,NRSG 110, and NRSG 111.Corequisites:NRSG 117.Applies previous knowledge of etiology and pathophysiology to provide an understanding of the health care needs of adults experiencing complex alterations in health within the context of all body systems.Examines the role of the practical nurse in the acute care and long-term care setting. Relates principles of growth and development to the needs of geri-

atric patients.Examines leadership skills in the geriatric setting.

NRSG 117 Geriatric/Complex Medical Surgical

Nursing III for the Practical Nurse Clinical

2 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the Practical Nursing Program,NRSG 110 and NRSG 111.Corequisites:NGAS 116.Allows the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to provide ethical,culturally competent,

and holistic care for adults within the context of all body systems.

Emphasis is placed on the prevention of illness and the maintenance, promotion and restoration of health,as well as the support of death with dignity and implementation of the ordered plan of treatment. The nursing process provides the framework for problem solving and critical thinking in providing nursing care.Leadership activities for practical nurses in the long term care setting are explored.

NRSG 120 Transition to Associate of Science Nursing for the LPN

5 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program.Corequisite:NRSG 106. Examines the role of the registered nurse.Identifies components of the nursing program philosophy.Reviews etiology,pathophysiology, clinical manifestations,and the diagnostic testing of common alter- ations in health within the context of all body systems.The nursing process will guide the student in analyzing the care of the adult and maternal child patients with noncomplex health disorders.Emphasis will be placed on assessment skills.Laboratory experience is provid- ed to perform basic nursing skills and assist the student in identify-

ing appropriate nursing responses to health needs. NRSG 171 Math for Nurses

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment of successful completion of MATH 050 or MATH 015 or MATH 023 with a C grade or better. This course introduces the stu- dent who is planning a career in nursing,or the student currently enrolled in a nursing curriculum,to the mathematics commonly used in this profession. It may also serve as a refresher course to the licensed nurse. Skills used to determine dosages are taught using the ratio/proportion method. Both oral and parenteral drug dosages are determined. Emphasis is placed on the safety and accu- racy of dosage calculations,reading drug labels,measurements of various hypodermic syringes and reading/recording drug orders.

NRSG 200 Complex Medical-Surgical

Nursing for the ASN

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 110,NRSG 111, NRSG 112,and NRSG 113 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 108,NRSG 109,NRSG 112,NRSG 113 and NRSG 106 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 120 and NRSG 106.Corequisite:NRSG 201. Applies previous knowledge of the etiology and pathophysiology of complex alterations in health in understanding the patient's health care needs within the context of all body systems. Examines the role of the registered nurse in applying the nursing process and implementing the ordered plan of treatment in acute care settings. Examines leadership skills in a variety of healthcare settings.

NRSG 201 Complex Medical Surgical Nursing

for the ASN Clinical

4 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 110,NRSG 111, NRSG 112,and NRSG 113 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG

108,NRSG 109,NRSG 112,NRSG 113 and NRSG 106 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 120 and NRSG 106.Corequisite:NRSG 200. Allows the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to provide ethical,culturally competent,and holistic care for adults experiencing complex alterations in health within the context of all body systems. Emphasis is placed on the prevention of illness and the maintenance, promotion and restoration of health,as well as the support of death with dignity and implementation of the ordered plan of treatment. The nursing process provides the framework for problem solving and critical thinking in providing nursing care. Leadership concepts uti- lized in the management of direct patient care are explored.

NRSG 202 Nursing Care of the Complex Family 3 Credits Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 110,NRSG 111, NRSG 112,and NRSG 113 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 108,NRSG 109,NRSG 112,NRSG 113 and NRSG 106 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 120 and NRSG 106.Corequisite: NRSG 203. Explores the theoretical concepts of growth and development,family nursing,and health promotion across the lifespan. Examines the role of the registered nurse in applying the nursing process and in imple- menting the ordered plan of treatment for families experiencing complex health problems.Identifies community health resources. Discusses the issues of obstetrical and high-risk neonatal emergen- cies, family violence,acute life threatening illnesses,and chronic debilitating illnesses. Analyzes the needs of the geriatric patient.

NRSG 203 Nursing Care of the Complex

Family Clinical

2 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 110,NRSG 111, NRSG 112 and NRSG 113 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 108,NRSG 109,NRSG 112,NRSG 113 and NRSG 106 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 120 and NRSG 106.Corequisite:NRSG 202. Allows the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to provide ethical,culturally competent,and holistic care with the focus on family coping and adaptation across the lifespan. Emphasis is placed on the prevention of illness and the maintenance,promotion, and restoration of health as well as the support of death with digni- ty, and implementation of the ordered plan of treatment for families experiencing complex health problems. The nursing process pro- vides the framework for problem solving and critical thinking in pro-

viding nursing care. NRSG 204 Psychiatric Nursing

2 Credits

Prerequisites:Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 110,NRSG 111, NRSG 112,and NRSG 113 or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 108,NRSG 109,NRSG 112,NRSG 113 and NRSG 106 Pharmacology for Nursing or Admission to the ASN Program,NRSG 120 and NRSG 106.Corequisite: NRSG 205.Builds upon previous knowledge of men- tal health concepts to provide an understanding of psychiatric and behavioral disorders. Examines the role of the registered nurse in

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