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Practical Nursing (PNN)

PNN-275 Normal Nutrition, 3 cr.
Provides the student with a basic background of the nutrients essential to maintain the physical and mental well-being of the human body.
 
PNN-662   Practical Nursing II, 7cr.
Practical Nursing II continues to examine the concepts of human needs, the nursing process, and caring.  The roles of the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing will continue to be discussed by exploring disease processes and human needs of the adult and older adult.
 
PNN-663   Practical Nursing III, 4 cr.
Practical Nursing III completes the practical nursing student’s exploration of the concepts of human needs, the nursing process, and caring.  The roles of the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing will be concluded by exploring the areas of family nursing and mental health nursing.  Concepts of leadership, management, and professional development will be explored.  Obtaining licensure, continuing education, and finding employment will be discussed for the practical nursing graduate.
 
PNN-664   Practical Nursing I, 4 cr.
Practical Nursing I introduces the beginning practical nursing student to the concepts of human needs, the nursing process, and caring utilizing theory and lab practice.  The roles of the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing will be explored.
 
PNN-665   Practical Nursing I Clinical, 1 cr.
Practical Nursing I Clinical will allow the beginning practical nursing student to meet human needs utilizing the nursing process and displaying caring behaviors.  The student will demonstrate the following roles (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing while caring for stable, noncomplex clients in a long term care setting.  P/Q grading
 
PNN-666   Practical Nursing II Clinical, 3 cr.
Practical Nursing II Clinical allows the practical nursing student to meet human needs utilizing the nursing process and displaying caring behaviors.  The student will demonstrate the following roles (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing while caring for stable, noncomplex clients in an acute care setting.  P/Q grading
 
PNN-667 Practical Nursing III Preceptorship, 2 cr.
Practical Nursing III Preceptorship is designed to assist the student in transitioning into the role of an entry level practical nurse. Students will work with a preceptor to plan, implement, and evaluate care to assigned patients in a long term care setting.  The student will demonstrate positive communication skills and begin to work as an effective member of the discipline of nursing.  P/Q grading

 

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