Welcome to Nursing 142. This course is designed to enhance the learner's understanding of the use of pharmacotherapeutics in restoring and maintaining human systems balance. The elements of safety, caring, thinking, teaching, assessment, communication, documentation, and professionalism are emphasized as the learner's theory base is broadened by study of drug classifications used in the prevention and treatment of conditions taught concurrently in Nursing 118.
Nursing 233 provides the learner with opportunities to gain enhanced understanding of the independent and collaborative role of the professional nurse. The major emphasis of this course is on concepts related to nursing research/best practice, liability in nursing practice, and current issues that affect the delivery of quality client care.
Bioethical theories are explored to assist the learner in analyzing ethical dilemmas related to client systems imbalance. Multipedagogical activities are used to facilitate ongoing study of the legal responsibilities of the nurse across the continuums. The learner is guided in creative inquiry regarding issues and trends that impact on nursing as a caring profession, which includes monitoring data to evaluate outcomes of care in order to continually improve the quality and safety of healthcare.
Clinical experiences may occur in the acute and community care settings to involve the learner in activities that encompass the identification of possible ethical dilemmas, bioethical decision-making and applying legal principles in daily nursing practice.
Nursing 232 provides the learner with the opportunity to apply fundamental caring concepts to the woman and her family. The major component of this course is the incorporation of family-centered caring concepts within levels of prevention. Caring processes for the pregnant woman and her neonate are applied to support systems balance throughout the perinatal experience. In addition, the needs of women across the lifespan are also studied, with the inclusion of strategies to promote wellness centered on current evidence based practice that incorporate the understanding of diverse client values
Welcome to SECON! We are thrilled that you chose us for your education and entry into the profession of nursing! This course is designed to help you "transition" into the RN role and also into "life" as a St. Elizabeth student nurse. You have chosen wisely...this program will prepare you to be one of the best nurses upon graduation!
- Teacher: Laurie Franklin
Microbes are the oldest and most diverse group of living organisms on the planet. Microbes include bacteria, viruses, protozoa, algae, yeasts, and molds. In most parts of the world, microbes are a major cause of morbidity and mortality, killing tens of millions of people per year. Newly emerging diseases, like MERS and Ebola, and the acquisition of drug resistance by some ancient enemies make vigilance the eternal price of health. Unquestionably, microbes promise to play an important role in our lives.
- Teacher: Mark Bremer
Here is where you can get access to many of the library's on-line catalogs and databases. You will also find the library manual, a list of journals owned by the library, and a guide for using the APA template.
- Teacher: Mike Garcia
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Here is where you can obtain copies of class schedules, report cards, transcripts, academic calendars, and advisement on course curriculum requirements.