NUR2140 – Pharmacology for Nursing

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR2140

COMMON COURSE NAME

Pharmacology for Nursing

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course begins the nursing student’s education on the concepts of pharmacotherapeutics, establishing a knowledge base that applies to patient care and education. At the completion of this course the student will understand the major drug classifications, through the use of prototypes and understand the five concepts of human functioning emphasizing pathophysiology structured on the steps of the Nursing process.

NUR2943L – Nursing IV Preceptorship

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR2943L

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing IV Preceptorship

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course builds on the knowledge and skills obtained in the nursing curriculum and integrate the curriculum concepts in varied/diverse practice settings. Synthesis of management, organizational culture and interpersonal relationship principles are applied with developing independence in the practice of nursing. This course facilitates the students’ evaluation of principles and practices of the profession of nursing while assisting in the role transition to a practicing registered nurse. Clinical environments could be, but are not limited to: medical/surgical, mental health, pediatric, maternity, critical care, home, nursing home and extended or ambulatory care units. Special fees required.

NUR2712C – Nursing IV Clinical

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR2712C

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing IV Clinical

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Using the theories of holism and goal attainment, the concepts of oxygenation, cellular integrity, regulation, perception, perception/sensory/ cognition and mobility will be applied across the lifespan in the synthesis and evaluation of complex nursing situations in both high acuity care and community settings. Clinical environments will be explored with high acuity settings.

NUR2261 – Nursing III

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR2261

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing III

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Using the concepts of oxygenation, cellular integrity, regulation, perception/sensory/cognition and mobility, the theories of holism and goal attainment will be differentiated across the lifespan related to less commonly occurring human responses to health challenges. The focus is on the application and analysis of these concepts to assist individuals to achieve their goals.

NUR1214L – Nursing II Skills Lab

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1214L

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing II Skills Lab

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students will achieve complex client care skills that are utilized by the nurse to implement the nursing process. Students gain competency by practicing skills in a supportive and supervised environment in the college campus lab. This includes a “Wellness” portion for the development of self awareness of health practices. Special fee required.

NUR1213 – Nursing II

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1213

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing II

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Using the concepts of oxygenation, cellular integrity, regulation, perception/sensory/cognition and mobility, the theories of holism and goal attainment will be applied to human responses to health challenges of individuals and families across the lifespan. The focus is upon the use (application) of the concepts to assist individuals to meet their goals. A variety of nursing practice settings will be explored.

NUR1024 – Critical Thinking in Nursing

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1024

COMMON COURSE NAME

Critical Thinking in Nursing

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to assist the pre- or first year nursing student to develop learning strategies necessary to attain success in the nursing program. Learning strategies will be presented in-context (assignments will be based on current nursing content) for easy transferability and application of nursing knowledge. Focus is given to developing caring attitudes of nursing students applying critical thinking strategies specific to problem solving related to human response patterns.

NUR1141 – Intro to Pharmacotherapeutics

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1141

COMMON COURSE NAME

Intro to Pharmacotherapeutics

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course introduces the beginning level nursing student to the concepts of pharmacotherapeutics. At the completion of this course the student will have an understanding of the major drug classifications as they relate to the nursing process and the five concepts of human functioning. Lake Worth campus; Belle Glade campus and Distance Learning.

NUR1022L – Nursing I Skills Lab

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1022L

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing I Skills Lab

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students will achieve basic client care skills that are utilized or delegated by the nurse to implement the nursing process. Students gain competency by practicing skills in a supportive and supervised environment in the college campus lab. This includes a Wellness portion for the development of self awareness health practices. Special fee required.

NUR1023 – Nursing I

COMMON COURSE ID

NUR1023

COMMON COURSE NAME

Nursing I

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Introduces nursing as a holistic profession, which cares for and supports wellness for one’s self and others across the lifespan. At the completion of this course the student will have acquired a variety of “tools” for providing nursing care by utilizing five concepts of human functioning. They are: oxygenation, cellular integrity, regulation, sensory/perception/cognition and mobility. This is accomplished through the creation of “learning environments” which honor and maximize student learning styles. Special fee required.