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Nursing Concepts Courses NC1

I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Nursing Process Health, Wellness, and Illness Environmental Safety Biological Safety Medication Safety Psychological Safety I. II. III. IV. V. VI.

2007 Excelsior Changes Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Safety


Nursing Process Health, Wellness, and Illness Environmental Safety Biological Safety Medication Safety Psychological Safety

NC2
I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Nutrition Elimination Oxygenation Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Activity/Mobility Rest and Sleep

Essentials of Nursing Care: Health Differences


I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Nutrition Elimination Oxygenation Fluid and Electrolyte Balance Activity and Mobility Sleep

Essentials of Nursing Care: Chronicity (Chron)


I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. Functional Assessment ........................................ New Comfort ..................................................... NC3, Sect. I Pain........................................................... NC3, Sect. I Chronic Illness ........................................NC3, Sect. IV End of Life Care.................................................... New Sensory Impairments.............................NC3, Sect. VII Culture and Diversity .............................. NC3, Sect. III Community-Based Nursing Care.............NC3, Sect. V

NC3now in Essentials of Nursing Care: Chronicity and Essentials of Nursing Care: Reproductive Health
I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. Comfort and Pain .......................Chron, Sect. II and III Human Sexuality ................................... Repro, Sect. I Cultural Diversity .................................Chron, Sect. VII Chronic Illness......................................Chron, Sect. IV Community-Based Nursing ................Chron, Sect. VIII Needs of the Childbearing Family: ... Repro, Sect. II-IV Sensory Impairments ...........................Chron, Sect. VI Reproductive Disorders.......................Repro, Sect. VII

Essentials of Nursing Care: Reproductive Health (Repro)


I. II. III. IV. Human Sexuality ..................................... NC3, Sect. II Needs of the Childbearing Family: Preconception Needs of the Childbearing Family: Antepartal Period Needs of the Childbearing Family: Portpartal Family ................................ above Sect. II-IV in NC3, Sect. VI VI. Congenital Anomalies, Genetic Disorders, and Developmental Problems .......................NC4, Sect. IV VII. Reproductive Disorders .........................NC3 Sect. VIII

NC4Primarily in Health Differences Across the Health Differences Across the Life Span 1 Life Span 1 (LS1)
I. II. III. IV. Cardiovascular Problems Respiratory Problems Abnormal Cellular Growth Congenital Anomalies, Genetic Disorders, and Dev. Problems .........Repro, Section VI I. Cardiovascular Problems II. Respiratory Problems III. Abnormal Cellular Growth

NC5Similar to LS2
I. Behavioral Responses II. Regulatory Mechanisms III. Metabolic Mechanisms

Health Differences Across the Life Span 2


I. II. III. IV. Behavioral Responses Cognitive Assessment .......................................... New Regulatory Mechanisms Metabolic Mechanisms

Nursing Concepts Courses NC6same as LS3


I. II. III. IV. Infectious and Communicable Disease Problems Tissue Trauma Neurological Dysfunction Musculoskeletal Dysfunction I. II. III. IV.

2007 Excelsior Changes Health Differences Across the Life Span 3


Infectious and Communicable Disease Problems Tissue Trauma Neurological Dysfunction Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

Foundations of Prof. Practice (NC7)


I. Forces Influencing the Development of the Nursing Profession II. The Health Care Delivery System and CommunityBased Practice III. Framework for Nursing Practice IV. The Nursing Profession: Roles and Responsibilities

Transition to the Registered Prof. Nurse Role


I. Forces Influencing the Development of the Nursing Profession II. The Health Care Delivery System and CommunityBased Practice III. Framework for Nursing Practice IV. The Nursing Profession: Roles and Responsibilities