NUR 4151: Health and Illness 5: Practicum (2023-2024)

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This course provides experiences in the application of Person-Biophysical and Person-Psychosocial concepts of health and illness to meet the needs of individuals experiencing complex, multisystem health conditions. Students will explore and demonstrate the role of the nurse in population focused care, including community assessment and screening. Emphasis will be on the continuing development of practical and psychomotor skills, application of the nursing process, interprofessional communication and collaboration, and safe practice for medication administration. Students will demonstrate proficiency within the role of nursing student, for provision of nursing care in a variety of off-site settings. Clinicals may be scheduled between Monday-Saturday. Typically offered: Autumn, Winter, Spring. Fee(s): Nursing Fee, Skills Lab Fee

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Autumn 571 4 Annie Gholston
Adrianne Papoff-Wallace
Danielle Edwards
Ginny Abeyta
2 of 32 seats open
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Fees: Nursing Fee: $80/cr Skills Lab Fee: $200
Restrictions: Nursing majors only. Doctoral, Graduate are excluded.
Corequisites: NUR 4150
Attributes: Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Pass/No Credit with N
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Extended Deadline

NUR 4141: C or better