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FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING

Course : ADN 150
Category : ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (ADN)
Credits : 9 credits
Description:

This course provides students with foundations to the art and science of professional nursing. Students are introduced to the nursing process, basic human needs, the nurse-client relationship, health care delivery systems, and critical thinking skills. Students are also introduced to the roles and responsibilities of the associate degree nurse. This course includes hospital/health care facilities/community experiences; selected observations; and use of the computer and skills lab. Prerequisites: Requires acceptance into the Nursing Program. English Composition I (ENG 101); Anatomy & Physiology I (SCI 201); General Psychology (SSI 122); English Composition II (ENG 102) Concurrent; Human Growth and Development (SCI 209) Concurrent; Anatomy & Physiology II (SCI 202) Concurrent


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