Summer Semester 2018 - Credit Courses

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 Course TitleCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
NRSG_266_71KManaging Client Care
Meets: 5/21/2018-8/3/2018
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: Last week of class will be mandatory Kaplan review and time will be arranged by instructor.
2crM1:00PM-3:00PMArranged0E DeCree
Add'l Fee: $60.00

Managing Client Care

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG237, NRSG244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 267.In this course students examine concepts of leadership and management emphasizing prioritization, delegation, and supervision of nursing care for patients across the lifespan. Topics also include communication techniques, legal and ethical issues, care of the culturally diverse patient, and utilizing change theory. Healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environment issues are explored and applied to planning, collaborating and coordinating care across the continuum.Corequisites: NRSG 262, NRSG 265, SOCI 101.This course covers topics related to integrated nursing care of individual clients and groups of clients as well as basic principles related to supervision of nursing practice and management of resources. Topics include role differentiation among care providers, organization and prioritization, delegation, supervision and appropriate practice/practice setting; management of the needs of individual and groups of clients, management of health care resources. Additionally, the course helps the student integrate didactic content from all other nursing courses and will help the student in her or his transition from the student role to the role of the Registered Nurse. Students examine legal/ethical issues in nursing, values clarification, conflict resolution and consensus building and effective communication techniques in the employment setting. Licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) preparation and process are also included as a component of the course. The preceptor based clinical component allows the student to function in the role of a registered nurse while working one-to-one with a designated RN preceptor.

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This information was last updated on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 4:06:22 PM