NG 107: Concepts of Nursing Care for Patients with Chronic, Stable Conditions

Lecture Hours 6/week Clinical Hours 3/week Credits 7

This course provides for the acquisition and application of fundamental concepts of nursing, including communication, collaboration,caring, and clinical judgment necessary for safe, quality, evidence-based, patient-centered nursing care to diverse adult and older adult patients experiencing chronic, stable conditions requiring physical and psychological nursing care. Emphasis is placed on microbial safety,quality improvement, professional standards, principles of management, and legal and ethical responsibilities of the nurse when caring for patients with chronic, stable conditions. Application of knowledge and skills occurs in the nursing skills laboratory and a variety of clinical settings.


Acceptance into the ADN Program, BY 154 (BIOL 2404), EH 113 (ENGL 1013), and MS 123 (MATH 1103)


BY 164 (BIOL 2414) and PSY 213 (PSYC 1103)