Theories NU 230 .docx - Malek School ofCOURSE Health Professions SYLLAB Course Number NU 230 ACCC Fall Semester 2018 Course Title Introduction to

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Course Number NU 230 ACCC Course Title Introduction to Professional Nursing & Scholarship Fall Semester 2018 Spring Semester Summer Semester Credit Hours 3 Name of Instructor Maureen Evans, DNP, RN Meeting Day, Time, and Room Number Thursday, 8:00 am-10:45 am, Gailhac G114 Main Campus Final Exam Day, Time, and Room Number *Subject to change Thursday, December 13, 9:00 am-11:00 am, Gailhac G114 Main Campus Office Hours, Location, Phone Monday 2 pm-3:30 pm Tuesday 10 am -12 pm Thursday 11 am -12 pm Please make all appointments through Starfish. Additional days/times by appointment via email or see me in class. Caruthers Hall, room 2013 Office number (703)-526-6881 E-mail and Web Site [email protected] Course Description This course serves as an introduction to the professionalism and professional values of nursing. A historical perspective is used to provide background for subsequent study of contemporary nursing practice and research. Prerequisites: BIO 161 , BIO 161L and BIO 162, BIO 162L. UNIVERSITY STATEMENTS ACADEMIC INTEGRITY By accepting this syllabus, you pledge to uphold the principles of Academic Integrity expressed by the Marymount University Community. You agree to observe these principles yourself and to defend them against abuse by others. Items submitted for this course may be submitted to TurnItIn.com for analysis. 1 Malek School of Health Professions
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