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NUR 105 PRACTICAL NURSE ARTS AND SKILLS (6.5)
Introduces the Practical Nursing learner to the principles of basic procedures necessary in caring for clients across the lifespan with stable and predictable outcomes in selected health care settings. Emphasis is placed on use of the nursing process in providing care. Opportunities are provided in the classroom and laboratory to develop competence in the performance of nursing skills. Relevant psychosocial and ethno cultural concepts are integrated throughout. Content regarding multidisciplinary relationships, historical perspectives, and health care delivery systems is presented. (1 or more credits may be given for students completing a Community College of Colorado approved Certified Nursing Assistant program.)
120 contact hours (75 lecture hours, 45 lab hours) Prerequisites: Completion of preceding nursing coursework with a grade of "C" or better.