NUR 110 Overview
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the nursing profession and the role of the nurse within a Franciscan values framework. Students will examine historical and contemporary influences on the nursing profession, including professional, legal, and ethical influences. Concepts including evidence-based practice, safety, holistic care, the nursing process, and professional conduct and communication are among the topics that will be explored. Prerequisite: BSN major.
- 3.00 Credits
Prof Role I:Found Nursing Pract - 2023 Spring NUR 110
This course focuses on the roles of the professional nurse within a Franciscan values framework. Historical and contemporary influences and professional, ethical, and legal standards related to nursing practice are examined. Professional communication and person-centered care are discussed with emphasis on the impact of personal attitudes, values, and beliefs. Self-awareness and stigma towards physical and mental illness are examined. Cultural and spiritual needs of the patient are addressed. Concepts of patient education, leadership, care coordination, safety, information management, and evidence-based practice are introduced.
Course Code: NUR 110
1/23/2023 - 5/21/2023
M, W 5:00 PM - 6:20 PM
Face to Face