PNN 107 – Practical Nursing Concepts III

6 Credits

Practical Nursing Concepts III class/preceptorship course that prepares the student for entry-level nursing practice by focusing on nursing judgment, legal/ethical issues and assimilation into the discipline of nursing. Concepts of leadership, management, and professional development, as well as maternal newborn nursing will be taught. Emphasis is on the role of the nurse as the provid­er and coordinator of care with simple to complex client conditions throughout the lifespan, including the child-bearing families. Management of simple to complex human needs including: oxygen­ation, perfusion, intracranial regulation, mobility, and inflammation/ infection/immunity.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of second semester PN courses (C or better)