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Issues in Professional Nursing Practice
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, ethics/bioethics liability in nursing practice, and current issues that affect the delivery of quality client care.
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
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