SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
FUNDAMENTALS PATIENT CARE-AL
Section: NURS 101-150
Credits: 8 credit hours
Availability: 3 (Capacity: 24)
7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Fulton Campus - F213
Concurrent enrollment in or completion of BIOL 203. Adult, child, and infant CPR certification required prior to clinical. This foundational course introduces students to the practice of professional nursing as a therapeutic process of caring, knowledge, judgment and skill. The core concepts of individual, professional nursing, and health care are an organizing framework. Emphasis is placed on the concepts of health, wellness and illness, professional behaviors, accountability, assessment, caring interventions for basic human needs, clinical decision making, safety, communication, evidence-based practice, legal issues, stress and coping, culture, and health care systems. Students will integrate theory into practice by caring for adult and older patient’s basic needs in long term and acute care settings. The student is expected to demonstrate competency of selected basic nursing skills in the Nursing Lab.
INTERESTED IN TAKING THIS COURSE?
There are several ways to register for this course, depending on the type of student you are. If you wish to attend Cayuga as a first-time student seeking a degree, you can review the Admissions process to get started. If you are a returning Cayuga student from the previous semester, you can log into your myCayuga account and self-register. If you are interested in taking this individual course for transfer credit, view our Non-Degree Student page for information on how to register.
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