NURS 298B Intermediate Nursing Concepts Clinical I

NURS 298B is a clinical course in which students actively engage in learning experiences to progress toward mastery of program outcomes. Students utilize the nursing process in caring for individuals of all ages and stages of growth and development with stable and well-defined problems as a member of the health care team. Clinical rotations include wellness, acute care, extended care, and clinical learning laboratory settings. Clinical experiences encompass nursing practices that protect, promote and optimize health/abilities, prevent illness/injury and alleviate suffering. Pre-requisites: NURS 231 - Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing, NURS 298A - Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Clinical. Co-requisite: NURS 241 - Intermediate Nursing Concepts I. S/U grade only. Fall. Class fee required.