CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 14 - May 10
30684 NURS 2010 A 0 Health Assessment Lab T 01:00pm  04:00
  Enrollment: 10 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Emiley Button
 
30686 NURS 2010 C 0 Health Assessment Lab W 01:00pm  04:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Ashley Hancock
 
30683 NURS 2013 M01 3 Health Assessment M 08:00am  10:00
    Enrollment: 18 Location: GOODIN 207 Inst: Emiley Button
  Prepares the student to conduct a comprehensive patient- centered, spiritually and culturally appropriate holistic assessment of individuals across the lifespan. Effective communication through written, verbal, nonverbal and emerging technologies is emphasized. Priority is placed on the collection, processing and interpretation of subjective and objective client data. The nursing process as the organizing framework for nursing practice and the role of the nurse as provider of care is explored. Opportunities are provided to apply concepts and skills with clients in the clinical laboratory. Prerequisites: BIOL 2614, BIOL 2624; NURS 2002, NURS 2024. Course rotation: Spring Theory Hours: Two (2) hours per week Lab Hours: Three (3) hours per week.
 
30687 NURS 3203 M01 3 Pathophysiology TR 01:00pm  02:30
    Enrollment: 19 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Elwanda Adams
  Applies acquired knowlege from the basic sciences to alterations in pathophysiology and diseases. Students examine alterations in physiological processes that disrupt or impair health and the body's response to illness and disease. disease etiology, incidence/prevalence, risk factors, and clinical manifestations are examined. Prerequisite: Completion of 2000 level nursing courses. Course rotation: Spring. Prerequisite: NURS 3105.
 
30693 NURS 3350 A 0 Pediatric/Family Clinicals W 06:00am  02:00
  Enrollment: 10 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Monica Kidder
 
30694 NURS 3350 B 0 Pediatric/Family Clinicals M 06:00am  02:00
    Enrollment: 9 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Monica Kidder
 
30697 NURS 4200 A 0 Leadership In Nursing Lab F 08:00am  02:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Elwanda Adams
 
30698 NURS 4200 B 0 Leadership In Nursing Lab F 08:00am  02:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 207 Inst: Elwanda Adams
 
30696 NURS 4205 M01 5 Leadership In Nursing M 08:00am  11:00
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODIN 206 Inst: Elwanda Adams
  The role of the professional nurse as a leader and manager of care in the nursing profession and health care delivery system is analyzed. Emphasis is placed on the three distinct roles that emerge from the nursing discipline. These include provider of care, manager of care and member of the profession. Healthcare and nursing are viewed from the service and business context with exploration of specific leadership and management skills. Contemporary issues related to health care delivery are explored with an examination of ethical, legal, and regulatory processes. Knowledge and behaviors consistent with professional nursing practice are stressed within a paradigm that views the nurse as a leader and collaborator within the interprofessional team. Prerequisite: All 3000 level nursing courses. Theory Hours: Three (3) hours per week - Clinical Hours: Six (6) hours per week = 90 total clinical hours. Please note: Because this course integrates the 30 of the 120 hours Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) required practicum experience. The course must be taken during the semester immediately prior to the graduation.
 
30700 NURS 4300 A 0 Adult Health Nursing II Lab T 06:00am  12:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Ashley Hancock
 
30701 NURS 4300 B 0 Adult Health Nursing II Lab R 06:00am  12:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Ashley Hancock
 
30699 NURS 4307 M01 7 Adult Health Nursing II W 08:00am  11:00
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODIN 207 Inst: Ashley Hancock
  Provides students wtih theory and evidence pertinent to managing complex adult health problems. Emphasis is upon the provision of safe delivery patient centered care through the application of clinical reasoning, critical thinking and caring. Students communicate effectively, engage in interprofessional collaboration, and utilize information management and technologies to provide safe patient centered care, to adults with complex acute and chronic alterations in health. Learning experiences are provided in the simulation laboratory and in the acute care clinical setting. Prerequisites: All 3000 level nursing courses. Course rotation: Spring Theory Hours: Three (3) hours per week - Clinical Hours: 12 hours per week = 180 clinical hours. Please note: Because this course integrates the 90 of the 120 hours Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) required practicum experience. The course must be taken during the semester immediately prior to the graduation.
 
30702 NURS 4402 M01 2 Nursing Synthesis M 12:00pm  02:00
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODIN 240 Inst: Monica Kidder
  Provides a culminating experience in which students synthesize nursing and general education knowledge. The course provides core nursing content review and interactive tools to assist students in identifying nursing content strengths and weaknesses. Students will demonstrate focused study and apply interactive exam techniques prior to taking the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). Pre- requisites: NURS 4105 and NURS 4155. Corequisites: NURS 4205 and 4307.
 
January 22 - March 8
30692 NURS 3355 M01 5 Pediatric/Family Centered Nurs TR 08:00am  11:00
    Enrollment: 19 Location: GOODIN 207 Inst: Monica Kidder
  Assists students in meeting the health care needs of children and families experiencing potential and actual alterations in health. Course content includes evidence- based, spiritually and culturally appropriate patient centered-care of the child from infancy to adolescent years. Emphasis is placed on clinical prevention, health promotion, disease prevention, and illness management. Clinical practice takes place in a variety of settings to allow for learning experiences that emphasize clinical prevention and health promotion of the childrearing family. Prerequisite: NURS 3105 Course rotation: Spring Theory Hours: Three (3) hours per week - Clinical Hours: Six (6) hours per week = 90 total clinical hours.
 
March 18 - May 10
30689 NURS 3300 A 0 Maternal/Newborn Clinicals W 06:00am  02:00
    Enrollment: 9 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Emiley Button
 
30690 NURS 3300 B 0 Maternal/Newborn Clinicals F 06:00am  02:00
  Enrollment: 10 Location: GOODIN 109 Inst: Emiley Button
 
30688 NURS 3305 M01 5 Maternal/Newborn/Fam Ctr Nurs TR 08:00am  11:00
    Enrollment: 19 Location: GOODIN 207 Inst: Emiley Button
  Provides the student wtih nursing theory and evidence-based practice principles needed to recognize and promote health during pregnancy and childbirth. Focus is on pregnancy and childbirth as natural processes. High-risk obstetrical clients and subsequent nursing care are identified and discussed. Students demonstrate clinical reasoning, critical reasoning, critical thinking, and caring to design and deliver safe, spiritually, and culturally appropriate patient-centered care. Clinical practice takes place in a variety of settings to allow for learning experiences that emphasize clinical prevention and health promotion of the childbearing family. Prerequisite: NURS 3105. Course rotation: Spring Theory Hours: Three (3) hours per week Clinical Hours: Six (6) hours per week = 90 total clinical hours.
 
Class Schedule Codes:
F   Class is full.
C   Class has been cancelled.