NR1410: Nursing Care II

Credits 10 Lab Hours 4 Lecture Hours 6 Clinical Hours 0
Tiered Course Indicator
Ten (10) credit hours. A six (6) credit hour theory and four (4) credit hour clinical course. Builds upon the concepts, processes and competencies developed in Foundations of Nursing Care I. Through classroom and clinical experience, the student is provided with knowledge and skills for applying appropriate physical and psychosocial nursing care for adults, childbearing/childrearing families and children (from infancy through adolescence). Nursing care is delivered through the application of the nursing process, including teaching/learning, critical thinking, and concepts of communication. The nurse’s role as provider of care and member within the healthcare team is emphasized throughout the course. Included are common diagnostic, therapeutic and psychosocial nursing care measures relevant to clients in medical-surgical, perioperative, maternity, and pediatric settings.


Pre-requisite: Admission to the Nursing program and completion of Foundations of Nursing I & Pharmacology I with a grade of ‘C’ or higher. Co-requisite: Pharmacology II