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Nursing Summer 2014

N 160 - PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSING
Provides nursing students with a methodical approach for administering drugs and monitoring the patient's response to drug therapy. Provides the foundation of basic pharmacology required for a nurse in general practice.
eventMeets from: 5/27/2014 to 8/3/2014

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9:00AM - 12:50
 

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location_onHS 102

personC. DANKO
personJ. CAGGIANO

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N 161 - LIFECYCLE 2: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Units: 1.5
Examines developmental tasks and needs from birth through middle age. A brief overview of major developmental theories are presented. Required for nursing students, but open to all interested students.
eventMeets from: 6/16/2014 to 7/13/2014

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9:00AM - 11:55

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location_onHS 208

personA. LAWSON

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personA. LAWSON

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N 162 - SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING
Required course for transfer, LVN, international graduates. Provides strategies for successful completion of the nursing program.
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/29/2014

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8:30AM - 10:25
 

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location_onHS 112

personJ. FOROUZESH
personJ. CAGGIANO

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N 162 - SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING LAB
Required course for transfer, LVN, international graduates. Provides practice and testing for the knowledge and skill competency required for advanced placement in the Nursing Program.
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/29/2014

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10:30AM - 1:25
 

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location_onHS 112

personJ. FOROUZESH
personJ. CAGGIANO

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N 164 - LVN TO RN CLINICAL LAB
Clinical lab class for LVN-RN students to practice nursing process and specific skills learned in N162 in the medical surgical clinical setting.
eventMeets from: 6/30/2014 to 7/27/2014

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6:30AM - 3:40

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personJ. FOROUZESH

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6:30AM - 3:40

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FV COM HOS
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personE. GRAVIS

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N 165 - LIFECYCLE 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF AGING
Units: 1.5
Focuses on biopsychosocial changes in normal aging process and the application of theory to current issues for the older adult. Required for nursing majors (formerly GERO 101).
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/29/2014

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1:00PM - 3:55

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location_onHS 208

personM. HUANG

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N 171 - MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
Focuses on the biopsychosocial needs of clients with ineffective behaviors in psychosocial functioning.
eventMeets from: 6/16/2014 to 7/27/2014

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8:00AM - 1:20

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location_onHS 102

personB. HUGGINS

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N 171 - MENTAL HEALTH NURSING LAB
Clinical laboratory experience in mental health care settings.
eventMeets from: 6/16/2014 to 7/20/2014

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6:45AM - 4:35

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COL HOSP
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personB. HUGGINS

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N 212 - LABORATORY VALUES: INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION
Units: 1.5
Focuses on laboratory interpretation for moderately complex medical-surgical clients.
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/29/2014

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1:00PM - 3:55

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location_onHS 104

personJ. O'BUCHON

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N 245 - I.V. THERAPY TECHNIQUES FOR NURSES
Units: 1.5Material Fee: $99lockPrerequisite: N 170
The focus of this course is to prepare the student for initiation, administration and maintenance of common intravenous therapies. Emphasis is placed on IV therapies common to adult patients in the medical-surgical setting. The course is appropriate for nursing students who have successfully completed N 170 and for current California licensed RNs.
eventMeets from: 7/14/2014 to 7/30/2014

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8:00AM - 4:05

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location_onHS 112

personP. MCGINLEY

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descriptionMeets 3 Tuesdays: 7/15, 7/22, 7/29.

N 263 - SKILLS LAB--BASIC
Units: 0.25
Develops competency in performance of skills such as physical assessment, isolation, oxygenation, wound care, urinary catheters, medication administration, and other beginning skills. Recommended for beginning medical-surgical nursing students. Open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/22/2014

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8:30AM - 12:25

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location_onHS 112

personS. MCCLAINE

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eventMeets from: 6/9/2014 to 6/29/2014

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2:00PM - 6:15

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location_onHS 112

personJ. CAGGIANO

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descriptionFor LVN's only.

N 264 - SKILLS LAB--SPECIALTIES
Units: 0.25
Develops competency in performance of skills necessary to maternal child nursing such as newborn assessment, fetal monitoring, and pediatric intravenous medications. Open entry/open exit.
eventMeets from: 6/2/2014 to 6/22/2014

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8:30AM - 12:25

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location_onHS 112

personS. MCCLAINE

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