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Focus will be on general principles of medication administration including determination of dosage preparation, safe administration, lifespan considerations, cultural, legal, and ethical considerations, common medication errors and prevention, patient education, and documentation of multiple forms of drugs. Instruction includes basics of medication administration, various systems of measurement, and methods of dosage calculation. Prerequisites: MAT 101 College Algebra and admission to the nursing program. Co-requisite: NSG 325 Pharmacology I. If a student drops either course (NSG 300 or NSG 325) then they must drop the other.
An introduction to the concepts basic to professional nursing practice. Course content will include history of nursing, theoretical concepts, medical terminology, diagnostic testing, basic human needs, psychosocial concepts, nursing process through the life span with cultural considerations and professional standards. Students will be introduced to legal/ethical issues and the importance of accountability both professionally and personally. This course meets for four hours of lecture each week. Co-requisite: NSG 303 Basic Nursing Care.
An introduction to nursing skills. Laboratory content includes basic, intermediate, and advanced clinical skills. This course meets for six hours of lab each week. Co-requisite: NSG 301 Fundamentals of Nursing.
An introduction to physical assessment. This course will focus on the physical exam and history of adults and children. Content will include interviewing skills, physical exam, mental status exam, and assessment of clients, families and communities with regard to their cultural, spiritual, and economic environments. This course meets for one hour of lecture each week. Co-requisite: NSG 315L Health Assessment Lab.
This lab course will focus on the practice and validation of interviewing skills, physical exam, mental status exam, and assessment of clients, families, and communities with regard to their cultural, spiritual, and economic environments. Practice and validations will be done in the skills lab and a variety of clinical settings. Three lab hours per week. Co-requisite: NSG 315 Health Assessment.
Focus on the basic drug classifications, concepts, and principles of pharmacology with special consideration for the nursing role in developing a comprehensive approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process. Medications are taught by groupings and profiles to include the nursing process and legal/ethical/cultural considerations across the lifespan. Two lecture hours per week. Prerequisites: Admission to the nursing program; MAT 101 College Algebra. Co-requisites: NSG 201 Fundamentals of Nursing, NSG 203 Basic Nursing Care, NSG 215 Health Assessment, NSG 215L Health Assessment Lab, and NSG 300 Essentials of Medication Administration and Dosage Calculation.
A continuation of NSG 325 focusing on the basic drug classifications, concepts, and principles of pharmacology with special consideration for the nursing role in developing a comprehensive approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process. Medications are taught by groupings and profiles to include the nursing process and legal, ethical, and cultural considerations across the lifespan. Two lecture hours per week. Prerequisites: NSG 300 Essentials of Medication Administration and Dosage Calculation and NSG 325 Pharmacology I; positive progression in the nursing program.
Focus will be on promotion, prevention, maintenance, and restoration of health for children. Course content will include the child from birth to adolescence. The cultural, spiritual, and psychosocial aspects as well as the growth and development phases will be addressed. Three lecture hours per week. Prerequisite: Successful completion of prior nursing courses and progression in the nursing program. Co-requisite: NSG 332L Pediatric Practicum.
The student will provide care to children from birth to adolescence. Clinical hours will be spent caring for children in the hospital, clinic, and community. A minimum of 45 clinical hours is required for one hour credit. Co-requisite: NSG 332 Pediatric Nursing.
The student will learn to communicate and provide care to adults with psychiatric-mental health problems. Course content includes assessment strategies, therapeutic communication, psychobiological disorders from moderate to severe, working with groups, and psychiatric emergencies. Two lecture hours per week. This course contains a significant writing component. Co-requisite: NSG 334L Mental Health Practicum.
Clinical hours will be spent in an acute psychiatric care and substance abuse facility. A minimum of 45 clinical hours is required for one hour credit. Co-requisite: NSG 334 Mental Health Nursing.
The student will be introduced to each step of evidence-based practice in nursing on how to read, understand, analyze, and evaluate EBP issues for clinical settings. Three lecture hours per week. This course contains a significant writing component. Prerequisite: MAT 235 Introductory Statistics.
An overview of geriatric nursing. This course focuses on end-of-life nursing care and competencies necessary for nurses to provide high-quality care to older adults and their families. Two lecture hours per week.
Focus will be on promotion, prevention, maintenance, or restoration of health for women, for childbearing women, and for neonates. Course content will include women's health issues, normal/high risk pregnancy, labor/delivery, the postpartum period, and the neonate. Two lecture hours per week. Prerequisites: Successful completion of prior nursing courses and positive progression in the nursing program. Co-requisite: NSG 431L Women and Newborn Practicum.
The student will provide nursing care for women's health problems, women in labor and delivery, and newborns in a variety of in-patient settings and in the community. A minimum of 45 clinical hours is required for one hour credit. Co-requisite: NSG 431 Women's Health.
Content will focus on epidemiology, environmental health, public healthcare policy, disaster management, and communicable diseases. This course will address the role and responsibility of the community/public health nurse. Additional emphasis will be on the assessment, education, wellness/health promotion, and health maintenance/restoration, Three lecture hours per week. Co-requisite: NSG 432L Community Practicum.
Clinical will focus on wellness/health promotion, health maintenance/restoration, and child/families in the community or local congregation. A minimum of 45 clinical hours is required. Co-requisite: NSG 432 Faith-Based Community Nursing.
An introduction to adult nursing. Students will focus on content needed to provide holistic care to adults with medical-surgical health alterations. Content will include health promotion, biopsychosocial concepts, and alteration of functioning with all body systems. Four lecture hours per week. Co-requisite: NSG 440L Adult Practicum I.
Clinical hours will be in the hospital on medical surgical units. A minimum of 135 clinical hours is required. Co-requisite: NSG 440 Adult Nursing I.
This is a continuation of Adult Nursing I. Students will focus on content needed to provide holistic care to adults with medical-surgical health alterations. Content will include health promotion, biopsychosocial concepts, and alteration in functioning with all body systems. Four lecture hours per week. Co-requisite: NSG 441L Adult Practicum II.
This is a continuation of Adult Practicum I. Clinical hours will be in the hospital on medical and surgical units. A minimum of 90 clinical hours is required. Co-requisite: NSG 441 Adult Learning II.
Current issues in professional nursing will be discussed. Issues include legal, ethical, and political issues in nursing, nursing shortage, staffing ratios, violence in nursing, and professionalism. This course meets for two hours of lecture each week. This course contains a significant writing component.
This course will explore leadership management techniques in both the hospital and community. Content will cover role of leader/manager, legal/ethical issues, delegation, decision making, organizational structure, professional accountability and responsibility, financial management including staffing issues, and conflict management. Co-requisite: NSG 470L Preceptorship.
Preceptorship will focus on leadership/management responsibilities, the importance of follow-up care of clients and their families and communication with the healthcare team, healthcare delivery, finance and documentation necessary to provide quality nursing care. A minimum of 45 clinical hours is required. Co-requisite: NSG 470 Leadership Management Nursing.
This course will prepare the student to be successful on the NcLEX-RN exam and focus on strategies for professional and career development. Three computer lab hours per week. Students will need to be prepared to pay costs required by the state in which the student plans to sit for the NCLEX-RN (TN $100) and the NCLEX testing center ($200).
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