NUR313 - Foundations of Nursing (4 cr.)

This course explores concepts that are foundational to holistic nursing care of individuals and families. This includes components of ethical and professional practice, introduction to the nursing process, concepts of pharmacology, fundamental nursing skills, and beginning skills of health assessment. Infection control and environmental safety is emphasized as students provide nursing care in laboratory and clinical settings. (Fall). Prerequisites: PSY311, BIO202, must be a nursing major.

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