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AD Nursing Courses

ADNG 2200

Clinical III

Credits: 4

Description: This course will provide an opportunity for the student to implement care in a variety of clinical settings. Emphasis will be on the integration of the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains of the professional role. Students will be expected to integrate skills learned in previous courses to provide safe, holistic, compassionate care, in a manner that respects the dignity and value of a variety of clients. Students learn to adapt and maintain effectiveness in new settings in an effort to promote, maintain, and/or restore health to a variety of patients. Prerequisite(s): ADNG2000, 2050, 2100

Credit Breakdown: 0/4/0 (Lecture/Lab/On the job training)


Outline

This course should help you gain the following abilities and competencies.

Prerequisites

Competencies

  1. Exhibit behaviors which reflect respect, empathy, positive regard, and genuineness toward individuals and families in the provision of care.
  2. Use EBP, clinical reasoning, and scientific rationales to provide holistic nursing care to a variety of clients experiencing alterations in health.
  3. Analyzes laboratory data of patients with acute and/or complex health problems.
  4. Develop, implement, and evaluate effective, individualized teaching plans for clients and families across the lifespan.
  5. Effectively manages care when assigned multiple (at least 3) patients.
  6. Remains productive and functional in a variety of clinical settings.
  7. Exhibit an appreciation of the importance of evaluation and the role it plays in the improvement of quality client care.
  8. Conducts oneself professionally in interactions with multidisciplinary team-members, peer, clients, and faculty.
  9. Upholds the values and ethics of the nursing profession.
  10. Demonstrate an innovative, flexible, and self-directed commitment to the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health, and to the prevention of disease with clients across the lifespan.

Guidelines for Success

ADA

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, learners are encouraged to register with Learning Services Director in Learning Enirchment Center for assistance with accommodations. It is the learner's responsibility to voluntarily and confidentially disclose information regarding the nature and extent of a disability. The college cannot assume responsibility for providing accommodations or services to learners who have not identified themselves as having a qualifying disability.

Last Updated: 2013-07-10
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