This is designed to "house" the final exams from prior semesters. Students who are wanting to come back will be required to take & pass the Final Exams for each course (that does not have a clinical component). For Fundamentals of Nursing students must also pass a skills demonstration in lieu of the clinical hours.
Pharmacology II is designed to provide the student with the theory and skills necessary to safely administer medications and assess client response. Specific medications, actions, interactions, side / toxic effect, desired responses and indications are presented. Developing a basic knowledge to utilize the nursing process to assess, diagnose, plan, implement, and evaluate medication administration will be the course focus.
Prereqs: ADN-RN 101, ADN-RN 110
This course content introduces the foundation for Medical-Surgical nursing. Presents theoretical data, concepts, techniques and skills related to the safe and therapeutic care of medical surgical nursing clients. Conditions affecting oxygen transport and exchange are presented. Further development of the nursing process is practiced and nursing diagnosis is introduced.
Prereqs: ADN-RN 101