Official 2017-2018 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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221 pn 102a wellness across the lifespan i 4-6-6 is the study of basic concepts principles and skills that are fundamental to the practice of nursing students develop basic skills in utilizing the nursing process through application of gordon s 11 functional patterns the roles as caregiver teacher communicator leader and advocate are introduced and practiced students review the history and roles of the licensed practical nurse legal and ethical responsibilities and health team relationships students acquire the basic concepts in the care of the older adult in the long term care setting students are also introduced to the core values offered in fall prerequisite concurrent enrollment or completion of pn 101a pn 103a biol 202 and nurs 154 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable pn 103a wellness across the lifespan ii 2-6-4 facilitates the correlation of knowledge from general education and pn 102a through a focus on the adaptive responses of the child and family nursing focus is on assessment and the decision-making and utilization of the nursing process in delivering care to the pregnant woman and family the roles of caregiver teacher and communicator continue to be developed and students are building advocacy and leadership skills supervised clinical experiences in the hospital obstetric and pediatric settings are included values are developed and behaviors practiced with the guidance of faculty offered in fall prerequisite concurrent enrollment or completion of pn 101a pn 102a biol 202 and nurs 154 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable pn 104a transitions ii trends and issues 1-0-1 covers trends in the field of practical nursing regarding education and employment opportunities preparation for licensure job evaluation and legal responsibilities the principles of management of patient care are also discussed the clinical component provides experience in team building and leadership concepts offered in spring prerequisite completion of pn 101a pn 102a pn 103a biol 202 and nurs 154 with grades c or better and concurrent enrollment or completion of pn 105 pn 106 engl 101 and hlth 197/297 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable pn 105 alterations across the lifespan i 4-9-7 facilitates the integration of knowledge from general education and previous pn courses through a focus on the adaptive responses of both adults and children to external threats during acute and chronic illnesses as well as decision-making and utilization of the nursing process in delivering care nursing focus is on assessment of adaptive responses to internal and external threats during acute illness as well as decision-making and utilization of the nursing process in delivering care the nurse demonstrates core values and serves as a caregiver teacher communicator and advocate with growing independence in the care of the patient with acute illness behaviors demonstrating the core values are practiced and with growing independence supervised clinical experiences in various hospital settings are included offered in spring prerequisite pn 101a pn 102a pn 103a biol 202 and nurs 154 with grades of c or better and concurrent enrollment or completion of pn 104a pn 106 engl 101 and hlth 197/297 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable pn 106 alterations across the lifespan ii 3-9-6 facilitates the integration of knowledge from general education previous pn courses through a focus on adaptive responses of both adults and children to external threats during acute and chronic illnesses the nursing process and critical thinking are used in delivering care with a focus on assessment of adaptive responses to internal and external threats during acute chronic and terminal illness the core values professional standards and the roles of caregiver teacher communicator and advocate are practiced with increasing independence supervised clinical experiences in various hospital settings are included offered in spring prerequisite completion of pn 101a pn 102a pn 103a biol 202 and nurs 154 with grades of c or better and concurrent enrollment or completion of pn 104a pn 105 engl 101 and hlth 197/297 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable pn 113 pn licensure preparation 1-0-1 is the concise review of the information necessary to pass the nclex-pn licensing examination this review includes maternity nursing pediatric nursing medical/surgical nursing care of the older adult pharmacology nutrition and psychiatric-mental health nursing the nursing content has been organized according to the nursing process to enable the student to study according to the patient needs test questions and answers with rationales for the correct and incorrect answers are provided for each chapter offered in spring prerequisite completion of or concurrent enrollment in pn 104a pn 105 pn 106 engl 101 and hlth 197/297 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable psychology psych100 practical psychology 3-0-3 is designed for students to develop a basic understanding of human behavior and the factors that influence human behavior and psychological development practical applications of psychological theories and research will be used to understand and explain psychological issues that most individuals experience topics include childhood adulthood aging sexuality schooling career choices stress and health students who have earned credit for psych 110 may not register for this course offered in fall and spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement social science aas only area of concentration not applicable psych110 introduction to psychology iai s6 900 3-0-3 examines major psychological approaches to the study of human behavior and mental processes it includes topics on the biological bases of behavior learning motivation personality stress mental illness memory and perception offered in fall spring and summer prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement social science area of concentration psychology social science psych145 human growth development iai s6 902 3-0-3 covers the interaction and development of human physical intellectual and psychosocial behavior from conception through old age similarities and differences in physical social emotional and cognitive development at various stages of the life cycle are studied offered in fall spring and summer prerequisite psych 110 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement social science area of concentration psychology social science psych150 child psychology iai s6 903 3-0-3 examines the behavioral development of the individual from conception through early adolescence consideration is given to the effects of psychological social and biological factors on that development offered in fall spring and summer prerequisite psych 110 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement social science area of concentration psychology social science teacher education psych200 educational psychology 3-0-3 examines application of the psychological principles to educational practice and classroom behavior strategies special emphasis is placed on understanding learner richland community college catalog 2017-2018