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Adult Nursing I/Generic Program

NUR
1211
<p>This course emphasizes use of the nursing process as an approach in assisting ill adults and their families to meet their basic needs. Emphasis is placed on the more commonly occurring health needs of clients in various settings. The roles of the nurse as provider of care, communicator, teacher, manager and member of the profession are expanded and provide the framework for clinical application and evaluation. This course consists of 67.5 theory hours.</p>
Credits: 
4.50
Lecture Hours: 
67.50
Prerequisite(s): 
NUR 1021, NUR 1021L, BSC 1086 and BSC 1086L.
Pre or co-requisite(s): 
MCB 2010 and MCB 2010L.
Co-requisite(s): 
MCB 2010, MCB 2010L and NUR 1211L.
Course Type: 
Nursing Practice and Theory