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NURS 101: Intro to Professional Nursing
An introduction to the profession of nursing from its origins to the present time. The course focus is on the varied roles of the nurse in current society. Roles and responsibilities of a nursing student at Saint Mary's College are included.
Professors: Annette M. Peacock-Johnson; Dorothy L. Wisler-Dietrich; Jayne E. Kendle; (more)
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NURS 110: Intro to Professional Nursing
This course will critically examine the meaning of health and wellness from diverse perspectives including race, culture, religion, gender, age, and socioeconomic status. Governmental policy and resources for healthcare will be examined as they contribute to the concept of health...
Professors: Annette M. Peacock-Johnson; Jayne E. Kendle; Juliana M. Mwose; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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NURS 222: Women's Health
Non-nursing majors only. Designed to explore the concept of health and its significance for women. Focuses on the identification of factors affecting women's health and necessary behaviors to maintain optimum health. Women's responsibilities and leadership in health awareness ...
Professors: Ella S. Harmeyer
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NURS 224: Essentials of Nursing Practice
This theory and clinical course examines the concepts of holistic health, person, communication, and professionalism. Building upon knowledge gained in the basic sciences and other prerequisite courses, students integrate and apply that knowledge base to nursing practice. Princip...
Professors: Cindy L. Iavagnilio; Karen A. DeCocker-Geist; Karen A. Sandock; (more)
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NURS 225: Health Assessment
This course uses didactic and simulated clinical experiences to develop a beginning skill level to conduct a comprehensive health assessment with adults in various settings. The course emphasizes the integration of observations, systematic data collection, and effective communica...
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NURS 226: Suicide:Dilemma of Our Times
A study of the many aspects of suicide. Topics include: myths of suicide, epidemiology, definitions of suicide, historical aspects, societal view, media influence, criteria for certification of suicide, etiology, therapeutic skills with suicidal person, assessment of suicidal ri...
Professors: Nano F. Farabaugh
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NURS 227: Foundations of Nursing Pract
This course uses the nursing process, interpersonal communication, critical thinking, and safety as foundational concepts for the provision of essential skills for nursing practice with individuals. Nursing skills related to physiologic health processes, mobility, comfort, infect...
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NURS 321: Nursing Care of Adults-Acute
This theory and clinical course focuses on the assessment and management of persons with acute medical and surgical conditions. Peri-operative care of the patient and family is emphasized. The ethical, spiritual, psychosocial, and economic impact of the peri-operative experience ...
Professors: Annette M. Peacock-Johnson; Mary K. Welle
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 5
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NURS 323: Perinatal Nursing
This theory and clinical course provides a foundation of nursing knowledge in the care of women in all phases of the perinatal period. A family-centered approach is emphasized throughout the course. Human development concepts are a central focus of the course. Embryologic and neo...
Professors: Dorothy L. Wisler-Dietrich; Kathleen E. Daily; Mary A. Byrn
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 5
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NURS 326: Child Health Nursing
This theory and clinical course focuses on assessment and management of well, acutely ill, chronically ill, and special needs children and their families. The effect the child?s illness has on the family in hospital or community settings is emphasized. Principles of growth and de...
Professors: Barbara J. White; Jayne E. Kendle; Wendy J. Nash
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 5
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