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325 Professional Nursing I

Professional Nursing I (25:705:325:NA:03120)
Class Dates: 5/28 - 8/14
Class Times: M, 12:30pm - 4:10pm
Instructor: Bohnarczyk
Location: Engelhard Hall - 100
Format: In-person
Credits: 3

This course introduces students to the rich heritage of nursing and the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed by professional nurses to be effective members of the healthcare team. Emphasis is placed on the development of therapeutic and written communication skills necessary to advocate in the nurse/client relationship and with members of the health care team. This course also introduces students to the concept of evidence-based practice and its relevance to their practice as professional nurses. It is designed to facilitate an understanding of the meaning and significance of evidence-based nursing practice and an appreciation of how theory and research shape that practice and enhance the quality of care provided.Prerequisites: 01:119:127-128 or 21:120:241-242; 01:119:131-132 or 21:120:235; 01:160:128 or 21:160:108, 110; 705: 229, 255; required course in descriptive/inferential statistics. Corequisites: 705:395, 335, 306, 330.

Open to 2nd Degree L1 Students Only.

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