NUR 2100 - Nursing the Ill Adult I

Overview

Department(s)
Nursing
Description
Nursing the adult client with common recurring health problems includes nursing interventions based on physiological and psychological needs of adult patients. Concepts, facts, principles and experiences presented in Fundamentals of Nursing are built upon. Focus on nursing the adult patient with acute/chronic health alterations in areas of respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine/metabolic, gastrointestinal, integumentary, muscoskeletal and renal/urinary disorders. Classroom instruction and laboratory sessions at the college, in the community and selected health agencies are held weekly. During the college laboratory, concepts and principles discussed in previous classes are the basis for performing therapeutic nursing interventions using the nursing process. The community and other health agency experiences are utilized to extend learning. Each clinical experience is preceded and followed by a conference where the objectives for the learning experience are discussed and evaluated. Individual and group assignments are utilized for laboratory experiences. Class work for the typical week consists of five (5) hours of classroom instruction, three (3) hours of college laboratory/simulation and eight (8) hours of community and health agency experiences. For the continuing development of skills, additional practice is essential. Provisions are available for additional time in the college laboratory.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring
Academic Career
Undergraduate Kingsborough CC

Credits

Minimum Units
9
Maximum Units
9
Academic Progress Units
9
Repeat For Credit
No

Components

Name
Clinical
Hours
8
Name
Laboratory
Hours
3
Name
Lecture
Hours
5

Requisites

012261

Course Schedule

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