NURS 198B Basic Nursing Concepts Clinical II

NURS 198B builds upon skills in NURS 198A - Basic Nursing Concepts Clinical I to progress toward mastery of program outcomes, and is the second clinical course. Students provide care for clients in all stages of growth and development with stable and well-defined problems as a member of the health care team. Clinical rotations include acute care and extended care settings. Clinical experiences encompass restorative and supportive nursing skills that protect, promote and optimize health/abilities; prevent illness/injury and alleviate suffering. Foundational values in the discipline of nursing included in the clinical course are: caring, integrity, respect, advocacy and accountability. Prerequisites: NURS 121 - Basic Nursing Concepts I, NURS 198A - Basic Nursing Concepts Clinical I, CHEM 115, CHEM 115L - Introductory Chemistry and Lab, BIOL 111A - Concepts of Biology, and PSYC 111 - Introduction to Psychology. Co-requisite: NURS 131 - Basic Nursing Concepts II. S/U grade only. Spring. Course fee required.