NE 211 - Interference with Basic Human Needs V

Uses the nursing process in providing care for patients with selected common health problems. Emphasis is continued on human needs for safety and sensory perception, nutrition, and elimination. The role change from student to graduate nurse is also considered. Learning situations are provided in the classroom setting, the autotutorial laboratory, college laboratory simulated sessions and the hospital setting. Eight-week module. (Seven hours classroom, 12 hours college and clinical lab per week). Enrollment Requirements: ENG 102, PSYC 151, NE 207, NE 209 each with a grade of "C" or better; concurrent enrollment in or completion of NE 210 with a grade of "C" or better.
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