Course Description

This course serves as a transition course for licensed practical nurses and military corpsmen who have successfully passed Part I of the NLN Mobility Profile and plan to enter the second semester of the Nursing Program (Nursing 132). Concepts of physiological integrity, psychosocial integrity, a safe, effective care environment and health promotion and maintenance are examined in the context of the role of the registered nurse. The nursing process provides a framework to help the learner think critically, assess factors that influence safe and effective care delivery, and integrate theory with care of clients and families.  Role transition to the registered nurse role is explored.

Course Outline

1.  Orientation
2.  ADN Education
3.  Nursing Diagnosis
4.  Goal Setting
5.  Therapeutic Communication
6.  Self Concept, Role Function, and Interdependence
7.  Ethical-Legal Framework
8.  Review and Drug Math
9.  In-Class Examination

Learner Outcomes

The objective of this course is for the student to identify the concepts of integrity, psychosocial integrity, and a safe, effective care environment.


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Co-requisites: BIOL 109, DIET 111, ENGL 101, CHEM 110, MATH 017.
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