NUR 220 Nursing Process and Concepts II (1 credit)
NUR 220 introduces the concepts essential for applying Level 2 human needs theory in the clinical setting. The five phases of the nursing process are studied individually, cultural and spiritual differences are explored, and basic concepts of growth and development are studied. Time required for completion of this course is dependent on the individual learner; however, it is expected that students will spend at least 45 hours in study and classroom activity for the theory and procedure components. Demonstration of the application of these concepts in the clinical setting is a requirement of NUR 220. The final grade in NUR 220 is dependent on successful completion of all Level 2 requirements. Prerequisite: NUR 180.