FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING PRACTICE I
This course is an introduction to basic nursing concepts and skills. Utilizing the nursing process in the application of specific concepts needed in the care of the client's cognitive, interpersonal, psychomotor skills, psychosocial and developmental needs, protection, safety and basic physiologic needs. This course provides opportunities to develop competencies necessary to meet the needs of nursing students. Skills necessary for maintaining microbial, physical, and psychological safety are introduced along with skills needed in therapeutic interventions.
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING PRACTICE II
This course is designed to review the plan of care based on an ongoing evaluation of patient outcomes. It also conduct the professional standard of moral ethical and legal standards related to professional nursing issues of patient data security, privacy, confidentiality, informed consent, autonomy, within the different clinical settings.
Moreover, it also prepare the students to communicate effectively using professional verbal and written communication skills and terminology to discuss, document and report focused assessment data, provision of care needs, and client responses when working with the health care team to provide patient care. This course teach them to operate specialized medical devices and manipulate various type of equipment with appropriate and safe manner, apply standard protocol, precautions, safety measure, and principles of infection control for all nursing procedures and with variety of patients and health care settings, practice safe and effective medication management including Preparation, calculation and administration, demonstrate safe and effective fundamental nursing skills and techniques for clients with variety of age and conduct comprehensive and focused physical Examination of specific body systems appropriately.