Fundamentals of Nursing II


Course Overview

Course Code: PRNU-153

Department: Practical Nursing

Credit Hours: 4.00

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This course is a continuation of the presentation of the nursing responsibilities related to meeting the basic needs of patients/clients. A nursing process approach is used to determine alterations in basic health needs. The course includes the application in the clinical setting of previously learned nursing skills. The theory component of the class is presented in the classroom, followed by supervised practice in various clinical settings. Students will be expected to successfully perform specific skills meeting designated critical criteria. The concept of the nursing process will be integrated throughout the course. Prerequisite: PRNU 151 with a minimum grade of C, PRNU 154 with a satisfactory grade, or with approval of instructor or Academic Dean

Course Schedule

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Term: Fall 2024 (Late Starting)

Section Name: PRNU-153-MC88D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 32

Faculty Name: R. McElhose, T. Arnold, K. Storm

Min Credits: 4.00

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Term: Fall 2024 (Late Starting)

Section Name: PRNU-153-MC88D

Location: Onsite Clinicals

Available Seats: 32

Faculty Name: R. McElhose, T. Arnold, K. Storm

Min Credits: 4.00

Comments:

Term: Spring 2025 (Late Starting)

Section Name: PRNU-153-MC88D

Location: Main Campus

Available Seats: 36

Faculty Name: W. Wadkins

Min Credits: 4.00

Comments:

Term: Spring 2025 (Late Starting)

Section Name: PRNU-153-MC88D

Location: Onsite Clinicals

Available Seats: 36

Faculty Name: W. Wadkins

Min Credits: 4.00

Comments:

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