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Practical Nursing - Outreach

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PN Program Courses

NRST 1555
PN Nursing I
PN Nursing I students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems.  PN Nursing I students begin to apply the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential.  The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing.  The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills.  The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions.  Clinically, students receive direction from nursing faculty.  Nursing theory as well as laboratory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals.
Prerequisite: Admission into the Practical Nursing Program
(Lecture/Laboratory/Clinical)

NRST 1565
PN Nursing II
PN Nursing II students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems.  PN Nursing II students consistently apply the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential.  The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing.  The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills.  The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions.  Clinically, students receive assistance from nursing faculty.  Nursing theory as well as laboratory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals.
Prerequisite: NRST 1555
(Lecture/Laboratory/Clinical)

NRST 1575
PN Nursing III
PN Nursing III students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems.  PN Nursing III students competently use the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential.  The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing.  The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills.  The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions.  Clinically, students receive supervision from nursing faculty.  Nursing theory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals.
Prerequisite: NRST 1565
(Lecture/Clinical)

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