NUR1023 Introduction to Concepts for Nursing Practice 1 (AS)

Introduces the concepts for nursing practice. Focus is on assessment and wellness across the lifespan, as well as on roles of the professional nurse. Emphasis is on concepts such as development, culture, nutrition, elimination, mobility, health promotion, professionalism, evidence, safety, ethics, patient education and technology/informatics. At the completion of this course the student should be able to think conceptually and provide safe nursing care through integration of the introduced concepts.


5 credits (5 lecture hours)

Prerequisites and Corequisites

Corequisites: BSC2086/2086L,MCB2010/2010L, NUR1141 (with a grade of C or higher), NUR1022L, NUR1023L