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NRST - NURSING

NRST 1510 NURSE ASSISTANT

This course prepares a person to work as a Nursing Assistant. The course presents basic nursing assistant principles and skills with an emphahsis on care of the elderly client. Opportunities are provided for practice and demonstration of skills in the laboratory related to client care. Students will participate in clinical experience at health care agencies. Satisfactory completion of the course entitles the student to take a competency exam to become certified in the State of Wyoming.

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Prerequisites

Health Care Provider CPR, TB Skin Test, Tdap, and MMR immunizations

Corequisites

NRST 1511

NRST 1511 NURSE ASSISTANT LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1510

NRST 1555 PN NURSING I

PN Nursing I students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems. PN Nursing I students begin to apply the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive direction from nursing faculty. Nursing theory as well as laboratory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals, with emphasis on the role and scope of practice of the practical nurse.

10

Prerequisites

Admission to the Practical Nursing Program

Corequisites

NRST 1556

NRST 1556 PN NURSING I LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1555

NRST 1565 PN NURSING II

PN Nursing II students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems. PN Nursing II students consistently apply the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive assisitance from nursing faculty. Nursing theory as well as laboratory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals, with emphasis on the role and scope of practice of the practical nurse.

10

Prerequisites

NRST 1555 or NRST 1610

Corequisites

NRST 1566

NRST 1566 PN NURSING II LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1565

NRST 1575 PN NURSING III

PN Nursing III students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common predictable health problems. PN Nursing III students competently use the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspectives, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive supervision from nursing faculty. Nursing theory as well as laboratory and clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals, with emphasis on the role and scope of practice of the practical nurse.

3

Prerequisites

NRST 1565 or NRST 1620

Corequisites

NRST 1576

NRST 1576 PN NURSING III LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1575

NRST 1605 INTRODUCTION TO NURSING

This course is designed to aid students as they transition into the Nursing Program. This course will introduce students to Problem Based Learning and critical thinking skills needed for application level testing.

1

Prerequisites

Admission to the Nursing Program

NRST 1610 NURSING I

Nursing I students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common, predictable problems. Nursing I students are introduced to the six goals of the nursing program and begin to apply each goal to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspective, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive direction from nursing faculty. Nursing theory, as well as laboratory and clinical experiences, provide the opportunity to apply the goals. Credit hours changed Fall 1997.

10

Prerequisites

Admission to the Nursing Program

Corequisites

NRST 1611

NRST 1611 NURSING I LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1610

NRST 1620 NURSING II

Nursing II students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with common, predictable problems. Nursing II students consistently use the six goals of the nursing program to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspective, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive assistance from nursing faculty. Nursing theory, as well as laboratory and clinical experiences, provide the opportunity to apply the goals.

9

Prerequisites

Take NRST 1610

Corequisites

NRST 1621

NRST 1621 NURSING II LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 1620

NRST 2460 ADV FIELD WORK EXPERIENCE

This course provides the nursing student with an opportunity to participate in clinical experiences that enhance the existing nursing curriculum. Students will participate in fieldwork experience with preceptors.

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Corequisites

NRST 2630 or NRST 2640

NRST 2630 NURSING III

Nursing III students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with complex, health problems. Nursing III students consistently use the six goals of the nursing program to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspective, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive supervision from nursing faculty. Nursing theory, as well as laboratory and clinical experiences, provide the opportunity to apply the goals. Credit hours changed Fall 1997.

10

Prerequisites

NRST 1610 or NRST 1620 or Admission to Nursing Program as advanced placement

Corequisites

NRST 2631

NRST 2631 NURSING III LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 2630

NRST 2640 NURSING IV

Nursing IV students focus on providing safe, effective nursing care to clients with complex health problems. Nursing IV students competently and consistently use the six goals of the nursing program to maximize health potential. The six goals are divided into the art and science of nursing. The goals addressing the art are: Communicate Competently, See Issues From Multiple Perspective, and Develop Life Skills. The goals addressing the science are: Solve Problems, Retrieve Information, and Apply Therapeutic Nursing Interventions. Clinically, students receive guidance from nursing faculty. Nursing theory as well as clinical experiences provide the opportunity to apply the goals. Credit hours changed Fall 1997.

9

Prerequisites

NRST 2630

Corequisites

NRST 2641

NRST 2641 NURSING IV LAB

0

Corequisites

NRST 2640
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