NRSE 131: Nursing III Practice
Quarters: F, W, S
This course is the third clinical course in the associate degree sequence. Opportunities are provided for campus and simulation laboratory practice of selected nursing skills and the assessment of adults and children with one or more alterations in physiologic functioning. This companion course to NRSE 130 includes clinical experience in caring for adult and pediatric clients in a variety of acute and ambulatory care settings with an emphasis on application of safe, evidence-based, client-centered care and clinical reasoning, quality improvement, information systems, team collaboration and ethics.
Prerequisite: Completion of NRSE 120 and PSYCH 250 both with a grade of C or better, and completion of NRSE 121 with a grade of CR and concurrent enrollment in or completion of NRSE 130 and PHIL 212 both with a grade of C or better.