Course Description
Nursing Skills I
(1-0-3)Study of the concepts and principles
necessary to perform basic nursing skills for the
adult patient; and demonstrate competence in the
performance of nursing procedures. Content
includes knowledge, judgment, skills, and
professional values within a legal/ethical
framework. This course lends itself to a blocked
approach. Focus is on holistic human needs.
Associate Degree nurse role assimilation is
facilitated through the development of identified
major concepts. Credit by Examination is
available for Fast Track Option. Enrollment
requires official acceptance into the Nursing
Required Prerequisites: BIOL-2401, BIOL-2402,
BIOL-2420 and appropriate TSI Math placement
Required Corequisites: RNSG-1413 and RNSG-1360
(If it is the second attempt at passing this
course, then the co-requisite may be waived)
Semester hours:1
Lecture hours:0
Lab hours:3
Petition required:Y
Course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies:N
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