Science 1 Building Office: S-225 Map. Theoretical basis for the nursing care of individuals who require nursing intervention to achieve and maintain mental health through adaptive processes. Sacramento, CA 95819-6048 (916) 278-7766 . Prerequisite(s): Admission to School Nurse Credential Program. NURS 129. 3 Units. This course provides an overview of nursing research and application to practice. 3 Units, Prerequisite(s): NURS 209 and NURS 210 or instructor's permission. Emphasis is on the foundations of school nursing practice, legal and ethical issues, special education services, and management of episodic illness and chronic health conditions. Lecture three hours. 3 Units, Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate program for nursing. NURS 209. Nursing Care Of Adults. NURS 165. 5 Units, Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Nursing Program, Introduction and application of nursing concepts in meeting health needs of adults. Once a student satisfactorily completes this baccalaureate program and is awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, they are eligible to apply for licensure by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Enter nursing prerequisite & corequisite grades below: • Pluses and minuses are not included in any of the Nursing GPA calculations (e.g., a B- or B+ is calculated as a B grade). This course expands students' knowledge of theories, concepts, and social issues which have implications for the role of the nurse in any professional setting. May be taken by pre-nursing or non-nursing students. Visit Sac State at Flickr Visit Sac State at Youtube California State University, Sacramento Sac State 6000 J Street , Sacramento , CA 95819 USA Campus Main Phone: (916) 278-6011 N 56° 38.5607423 W 42° … 3 Units, General Education Area/Graduation Requirement: Upper Division Further Studies in Area B5. 3 Units, Prerequisite(s): NURS 170, may be taken concurrently. Educational Program Development in Nursing. Emphasis will be on instructional design, instructional strategies, and measurement of learner outcomes. For the RN-BSN and the ADN to BSN Collaborative students, there is a clinical elective course which, along with community health theory, allows the student to apply to the California Board of Registered Nursing for a Public Health Nursing certificate. Designed to meet Board of Registered Nursing requirements for prescriptive privileges. Designed to help students develop and exercise fundamental academic success strategies and to improve their basic learning skills. The comprehensive examination is an original scholarly paper that reflects an in-depth problem-solving proposal or a business proposal. Prerequisite(s): NURS 136, NURS 137, NURS 138, NURS 139 or instructor permission. Information concerning licensure, credentialing, or certification requirements are available from Teri Lyn Fretz, Office Manager, at 916/278-6714 or fretz@csus.edu. NURS 138. 1 - 3 Units. Professional Nursing Communication, Assessment and Skills. Charlene-Dale Radcliff is on Facebook. (7667 Folsom Blvd.) Application of leadership and management principles in the examination of organizational structures, processes, and approaches to quality and safety concepts in health care systems and practice environments. Prerequisite(s): Advanced to candidacy for the Master's degree and must be in the final semester of the program. Assignments and experiences are designed to transition the RN to the baccalaureate level of proficiency. Prospective first-time freshmen and transfer students, who will not complete certain Clinical Nursing prerequisites by the time they enroll, may apply for University admission at any time up to the regular application deadline. The course includes a supervised practicum which incorporates therapeutic modalities. Part 1 of foundational ALS skills content for pre-hospital care in the Emergency Medical System (EMS). Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse Role. Survived by his sister Sharron and cousin Gail Culliton Toqnarelli. Provides a format to debate current biomedical issues and explores crosscultural health practices. This course provides the theoretical foundations for management across multiple settings. Practicum in Educational Program Development in Nursing. Focuses on the three major competencies of school nursing practice: providing health and wellness services, providing direct client care services for school age-children (pre-k through age 22, including students with special health care needs), and professional management of school nursing services. Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse Role. Students will be introduced to nursing theory, patient care planning, mental health nursing, and more via courses and clinical experiences. Introduction to Professional Nursing. NURS 10. Students are encouraged to participate in the California Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) as they pursue their academic studies. Admission to the Sacramento State baccalaureate Nursing program is a two-step process: 1) admission to the University and 2) admission to the Clinical Nursing program. Examples of clinical facilities used in the Sacramento and surrounding areas include acute care hospitals, skilled nursing and extended care facilities, outpatient clinics, schools, and community health and social service agencies. Advanced Role Development in Nursing. NURS 214C. The pathophysiology of said conditions will be presented, the nursing role delineated, and opportunities for paired screening practice provided. 3 Units, General Education Area/Graduation Requirement: Understanding Personal Development (E). NURS 179. Introduction to curriculum development and instructional design concepts in preparation for the role of educator in an educational institution or health care setting. Community Health Services and Policy. Division of Nursing. NURS 171. 6 Units. NURS 174C. Foundations for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice. NURS 171B. Practicum in Organizational and Systems Leadership. Sacramento State Nursing, Sacramento, CA. NURS 137. Prerequisite(s): NURS 170, may be taken concurrently. Individual practice outside of class is required. Enrollment in NURS 295 requires permission of a faculty member who will serve as sponsor and coordinator of the experience. Community Health Nursing: Clinical Elective. School of Nursing California State University, Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock, California 95382 Map & Directions Building #9. The Pre-licensure track is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career in Nursing. NURS 173A. Pharmacology for Advanced Practice. Nursing Laboratory for the Childbearing Family. NURS 232A. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. NURS 170. Health promotion will be defined and the influence of community on the individual, group, and family's health will be explored. 1 Unit, Prerequisite(s): NURS 120, NURS 123 and NURS 129, or instructor permission. Theoretical Foundations for Management. The Brain and Gender-Related Differences. NURS 215. NURS 173A. NURS 137. Nursing students participate in clinical nursing experiences that reflect the realities of the healthcare enviroment and have oppurtunity to master learned skills. Field study is not designed to be used in lieu of regularly scheduled practicums. 2 Units. Professional Communication and Reasoning Development. Theory and practice of detecting idiopathic scoliosis, and visual disorders resulting from inadequate refraction, ocular mal-alignment, and color deficiency in the school setting. This course expands students' knowledge of theories, concepts, and social issues which have implications for health across the lifespan. Lecture three hours. NURS 143. Practicum in Educational Program Development in Nursing. NURS 173. Prerequisite(s): NURS 209, NURS 210, NURS 214, NURS 230, NURS 231, NURS 232, and instructor permission. Nursing the Childrearing Family. Each student spends 45 hours per unit. NURS 194. Laboratory twelve hours. NURS 112. Explore Our Degree Opportunities NURS 293D. NURS 232. Graduation from programs leading to licensure, credentialing, or certification eligibility does not guarantee that students will obtain a license, credential, or certification. The hybrid curriculum (refer to the University's e-Learning policy ) emphasizes the systematic study of professional nursing practice and preparation for educational and leadership roles. Prerequisite(s): Microbiology with a lab, Physiology with a lab, and California licensure as a Vocational Nurse. 3 Units. Theoretical Foundations for Leadership. Lecture-discussion three hours. Nursing Laboratory for the Childrearing Family. 3 Units. Contemporary role of the community health nurse is presented within a public health framework, emphasizing the concept of community as client. Seminar in Organizational and Systems Leadership. NURS 213. 401 Golden Shore Long Beach CA 90802 (562) 951-4000. Content will include understanding key elements of evidence-based practice, developing skills to access data bases in nursing and healthcare, evaluation of evidence in nursing including published nursing research, problem identification within the practice setting, and incorporation of evidence in initiating change and improving clinical practice. 4 Units. The CSU will not refund tuition, fees, or any associated costs, to students who determine subsequent to admission that they cannot meet licensure, credentialing, or certification requirements. Seminar in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing II. School of Nursing Website, NURS 10. Lecture three hours. Vision and Scoliosis Screening. Practicum in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing. The school's BSN and MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Advanced concepts and skills in health and physical assessment are essential to the clinical decision making and caring process for the nurse in advanced practice and leadership roles. This course provides the theoretical foundations for leadership and management across multiple settings. 6 Units. Provides students with the opportunity to learn and apply nursing concepts through the care of individuals and families experiencing complex illness across the adult lifespan. NURS 232. Professional Nursing Communication, Assessment and Skills. NURS 213D. NURS 138. Sac State's flexible, self-directed MSN program helps bachelor's degree-holders pursue careers such as nursing educator, school nurse, administrator, or advanced nurse clinician. Transitional Concepts: The Baccalaureate Nurse. The baccalaureate degree in nursing program and master's degree in nursing program at California State University, Sacramento are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20001, 202-877-6791, http://www.ccneaccreditation.org. Theories related to the principles and processes of leadership will be applied to select practice experiences. Pre-requisite courses must be met prior to admission. NURS 216. Evaluation of the role of the nurse in providing family-centered care throughout the death and dying process within a historical and cultural context. Admission Requirements. NURS 293D. The principle and processes of administration, management, and supervision will be discussed within an organizational framework. Class Schedule For Nursing - Fall2019. Mon. Lassen Hall, Lobby . NURS 173. 6000 J Street . Graduates are also eligible to apply for a Public Health Certificate. Application of a critical framework of sociocultural, historical, and economic perspectives to analyze scholarly inquiry of health and healthcare. Experiences in an off-campus facility are provided for the continued development of clinical or functional role skills. Up to 80 traditional pre-lic… NURS 119. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours. 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. School of Nursing California State University, Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock, California 95382 Map & Directions Building #9. Focuses on the three major competencies of school nursing practice: providing health and wellness services, direct client care services for school age children (pre-k through age 22), and health service program coordination and management. NURS 174. Seminar in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing I. NURS 213D. A variety of psychodynamic theories related to anxiety, interpersonal relationships, crisis intervention, and group process are discussed. Interim Director of Admissions & Outreach Advanced Clinical Role, Tanya K. Altmann, PhD, RN, School of Nursing Chair Maps and Directions Phone: (916) 278-4106 Seminar designed to present techniques related to the physical assessment, in the school or home setting, of the child, age birth through 18 years. Admission to ADN to BSN Collaborative track is restricted to students currently in good standing and actively enrolled in one of the community college nursing programs; American River, Sacramento City, Sierra College. GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X. Lecture three hours. Only 3,000 total students, roughly 10%, will see the grounds of Sacramento State this year. Assignments and experiences are designed to transition the RN to the baccalaureate level of proficiency. Conceptual and systematic study of pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacoeconomics and therapeutic implications for healthcare practitioners. Individual practice required outside of class. Foundations for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours, NURS 113. Advanced Physical Assessment Across the Lifespan. Nursing Laboratory for the Childrearing Family. Introduction to Professional Nursing. Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the RN to BSN Program or instructor permission. The specific purposes of the baccalaureate program are to: 1) provide a program of study which includes the developing theory and practices of nursing leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing, 2) prepare a generalist in nursing practice who is able to utilize the nursing process to meet the health care needs of the community, and 3) provide the student with a base for graduate study. 4 Units. The focus is on skill development and the synthesis of data from multiple sources to formulate nursing interventions. Prerequisite(s): Admission to Graduate Program. 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Our mission is to Empower, Unite, and Advance every nurse, student, and educator. Health Care: Issues and Delivery Systems. Students will practice assessment and intervention of psychomotor skills for Advanced Life Support (ALS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support (PALS) and International Trauma Life Support (ITLS). Designed for people seeking knowledge about women's health, women's health risks, and the delivery of traditional and non-traditional medical interventions for the maintenance of health and management of illness. Covers the physiological and psychological components of women's health. NURS 171A. NURS 119. Leadership and Management for the LVN to RN. Availability of an otoscope and stethoscope required. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and disease management within the context of the family and applied across multiple settings. 3 Units, Prerequisite(s): Admission to Nursing program or instructor permission. The student should acquire the fundamentals of a scientific understanding of gender-related differences between humans, and an appreciation of the unique role the brain plays in the mediation of these differences. 3 Units. Nursing the Childbearing Family. The baccalaureate degree in nursing program and master's degree in nursing program at California State University, Sacramento are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20001, 202-877-6791, http://www.ccneaccreditation.org. Students will identify contemporary healthcare issues and apply graduate core competencies to guide nursing praxis in the planning, implementation and evaluation of quality healthcare for individuals, families, groups and communities. Epidemiological data bases will be identified. Research as the Foundation for Advanced Nursing. Prerequisite(s): NURS 209 and NURS 210, and 21 units of graduate coursework. Let us know what you think and join the conversation. NURS 145. The CSUMB Department of Nursing is a community focused, student-centered program whose mission is to educate nurses for professional practice in diverse healthcare settings that is … Advanced Concepts in Pathophysiology. Lecture three hours; laboratory six hours. Lecture three hours. NURS 216. Culminating Experience. Theoretical Foundations for Leadership and Management. Apply; Donate; News; Careers; Contact; California State University Office of the Chancellor. Transitional Concepts: The Client Lifespan. Opportunity for analysis and synthesis of concepts of management and leadership in an educational setting while practicing the role of a nursing educator. Seminar in Specialized Nursing Processes: School Nursing I. CHHS Student Success CenterSolano Hall 3000Phone: (916) 278-7643. Nursing Application of Research and Critical Analysis. Students are responsible for determining whether they can meet licensure, credentialing, or certification requirements.

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