NUR 109 Fundamentals in Nursing
(30 lecture hours, 90 lab hours 90 other hours, 8 credits)
Prerequisite: Admission into professional nursing program.
NUR 109 introduces the fundamental concepts necessary for safe, patient-centered nursing care to a diverse patient population while integrating legal and ethical responsibilities of the nurse. Introduces caring, critical thinking, the nursing process, quality improvement, and communication used when interacting with patients and members of the interdisciplinary team, and relates evidence-based nursing practice. Application of knowledge and skills occurs in the nursing skills laboratory and a variety of clinical settings providing care to stable patients with common health alterations.
Added at MCC Fall 2006.
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