May 2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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May 2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NSG 123 - Medical-Surgical Nursing I^


This course is designed to further develop and apply concepts related to the nursing process of acute and chronically ill patients. Teamwork and collaboration are introduced to enhance safe and quality nursing care in a variety of clinical settings.  Classroom and clinical experiences integrate the concepts of caring, collaboration, communication, cultural sensitivity, community and clinical judgment to facilitate the wellbeing of individuals and prepare the student as a provider of care. In the clinical setting, students will care for patients with select medical and/or surgical problems in various settings, state knowledge of pathophysiology and psychosocial dynamics, apply the nursing process, utilize information technology, interact with other health care professionals, and practice clinical decision making and critical inquiry while caring for culturally diverse, ill adults. Semester Credit Hours: 6.00 Contact Hours: 60/0/90/150 Prerequisite: NSG 121 Health Assessment  and NSG 122 Nursing Fundamental Concepts^ . Corequisite: None