NURS 298C Intermediate Nursing Concepts Clinical II

NURS 298C is a capstone clinical course in which students actively engage in the care of individuals in all ages and stages of growth and development with stable and well-defined problems. Students will demonstrate mastery of End of Program Student Learning Outcomes (EPSLOs) of professionalism, communication, assessment, planning, caring interventions, and managing as defined by the Department of Nursing. Clinical rotations are concentrated in wellness, acute care, extended care, specialty and clinical learning laboratory settings. Clinical experiences encompass nursing practices that protect, promote and optimize health/abilities, prevent illness/injury and alleviate suffering. The student is more self-directed and the course culminates in summative evaluation of AASPN program outcomes. Prerequisites: NURS 241 - Intermediate Nursing Concepts I, NURS 298B - Intermediate Nursing Concepts Clinical I, NURS 215 - Introduction to Pharmacology and BIOL 221 - Anatomy and Physiology II. Co-requisite: NURS 251 - Intermediate Nursing Concepts II. S/U grade only. Spring. Course fee required.