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NUR110Syllabus_Spring_2008 - Michigan State University...

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Michigan State University College of Nursing NUR110 Exploring Nursing Spring 2008
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Faculty: Karen Lake, RNC, MSN, WHNP Office W124 Owen Hall [email protected] Louise Selanders, RN, EdD Office A120 Owen Hall [email protected] Nikki O’Brien, MSW Office A117 Life Sciences Building [email protected] Course Meeting Day, Time, Location: SECTION 001 – Wednesday, 12:40-2:30 pm A133 Life Sciences Auditorium SECTION 002 – Thursday, 12:40-2:30 pm A133 Life Sciences Auditorium Course Description: This 2 credit course provides key foundational concepts of health care and nursing. Theoretical foundations that frame the art and science of nursing will be introduced with relation to current health care issues. Practical skills and strategies for success in the nursing program and profession will be explored. Objectives: At the end of this course, students will: 1. Describe the breadth and variety of roles, professional knowledge, and characteristics integral to a baccalaureate prepared nurse. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of concepts relevant to nursing practice. 3. Examine the development of nursing as a profession. 4. Explain the relationship of nursing to other health professions and the health care system. Required/Suggested Text: Cresia, J.L., & Parker, B. (2007). Conceptual foundations: The bridge to professional nursing practice . Baltimore: Mosby
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Instructional Model: This course will utilize numerous interactive activities including seminar, group discussion, and role play. Large group sessions will include didactic, audio-visual materials, and written examinations/quizzes.
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