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Licensed Practical Nursing Program

LPNC 1111

Fundamental Nursing II/Social Science
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LPNC 1135

Med-Surg/Social Science Clinical Practice II

This clinical practice guides the student in the application of the concepts and skills learned in Medical-Surgical/Social Science Nursing II theory.  Emphasize is placed on providing care to individuals with disorders of the musculoskeletal system, gastrointestinal system, integumentary system, the neurological system, sensory system, immune system and the hematologic and lymphatic systems.

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LPNC 1134

Medical-Surgical/Social Science II

Medical/Surgical Nursing II is a continuation of Medical/Surgical Nursing I.  This study will prepare the student to approach individual health problems, health care, and nursing with concern for the safety and welfare of those who need professional and competent care.  The course is presented in sections according to body systems and is taught through lecture, demonstration, and supervised clinical experiences.

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LPNC 1131

Med-Surg/Social Science Clinical Practice I

This clinical practice guides the student in the application of the concepts and skills learned in Medical-Surgical/Social Science Nursing I theory.  Emphasize is placed on providing care to individuals undergoing surgery, patients with cancer, and common alterations in the respiratory system, cardiovascular system, endocrine system, reproductive system of both the male and female, and the urinary system.

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LPNC 1130

Medical-Surgical/Social Science I

Medical-Surgical nursing introduces students to the psychosocial and physiological needs of adults.  This study will prepare the student to approach individual health problems, health care, and nursing with concern for the safety and welfare of those who need professional and competent care.  The course is presented in sections according to body systems and is taught through lecture, demonstration, and supervised clinical experiences. The nursing process, critical thinking and geriatric considerations are integrated throughout the course assisting the stu

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LPNC 1123

Nutrition

In this course, the student will learn the foundations of nutrition and diet therapy in health and illness across the lifespan.  Topics explored include basic principles of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, digestion, absorption, and metabolism.

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LPNC 1121

Maternal/Pediatric Clinical Practice

This clinical practice guides the student in the application of the concepts and skills learned in maternal/pediatric nursing theory.  Extending care to include the family is emphasized in this course. 

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LPNC 1120

Maternal/Pediatric Nursing

Maternal nursing introduces the student to the study of the physiological and emotional aspects of pregnancy, including physical development of the fetus, the importance of prenatal care, common complications of pregnancy, the mechanism of labor and delivery of the infant, postpartum care of the mother and newborn and common complications of the postpartum mother and newborn.

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LPNC 1115

Pharmacology II

Students will build on skills and techniques learned in Pharmacology I.  Pharmacology II will introduce basic drug classifications, their therapeutic use and precautions related to their administration.

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