NUR1213 Concepts for Nursing Practice 2 (AS)

Develops the concepts for nursing practice. Emphasis is on concepts such as adherence, fluid and electrolytes, perfusion, glucose regulation, cellular regulation, reproduction, stress/coping, anxiety, mood and affect, infection, clinical judgment, communication and health care organizations. Concepts are presented from a lifespan and health-continuum viewpoint. At the completion of the course the student should be able to identify situations that place persons at risk for alterations, recognize common alterations, and plan interventions for promoting and restoring health across patient populations in a variety of settings.


6 credits (6 lecture hours)

Prerequisites and Corequisites

Prerequisites: NUR1023, NUR1141 (with a grade of C or higher), NUR1022L, NUR1023L; Corequisites: STA2023 (with a grade of C or higher), NUR1213L, NUR1214L