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					Students who complete this
program of studies will be
able to:                   (fill in Program SLOs below):                                                                 PC   I/TL   ML   SI

                             The graduate has current knowledge in nursing concepts, principles, processes, and
                             skills necessary to make decisions for competent and caring nursing practice in
                             various health care settings by: utilizing critical thinking and clinical judgment in the
                             application of nursing process; assessing the patient for relevant data; incorporating
                             growth and development when implementing caring nursing interventions; meeting
                             the patient’s basic needs to maximize their level of wellness or to support a peaceful
                             and dignified death; providing patient education for a diverse population in
                             promoting wellness or restoring health. (MAPPING: SI; CC; EC)
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                             The graduate possesses the knowledge and skills necessary for: making decisions
                             regarding priorities of nursing care; delegating some aspects of nursing care and
                             guiding other personnel; managing time and resources efficiently and effectively;
                             seeking assistance when needed; collaborating with health team members regarding
                             patient needs and outcomes. (MAPPING: SI; EC)
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                             The graduate has acquired the knowledge for professional growth, continuous
                             learning and self-development by: practicing within the ethnical and legal
                             framework of nursing and promoting standards of nursing practice; utilizing
                             resources for life-long learning and self-development; using constructive criticism for
                             improving nursing practice; recognizing the importance of nursing research;
                             recognizing the importance of and participating in professional nursing
                             organizations; practicing within parameters of individual knowledge and experience.
                             (MAPPING: PC; IT; EC; SI)
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                 Code   Productive Citizenry
                 PC1    Identify and analyze
                        ethical problems or
                        dilemmas as well as
                        identify and describe
                        those involved.
                 PC2    Demonstrate academic
                        integrity.
                 PC3    Comprehend and apply
                        the rights,
                        responsibilities, and
                        privileges required of
                        an informed citizen in a
                        democratic society.
                 PC4    Demonstrate an
                        understanding of civic,
                        social, and
                        environmental issues.
                 PC5    Analyze, apply, and
                        practice healthy
                        lifestyle choices.
                 PC6    Apply principles of
                        personal financial
                        planning and
                        management.
Code   Understanding of the
       Arts and Humanities
AH1    Analyze and evaluate
       music as well as the
       visual and performing
       arts.
AH2    Demonstrate basic
       knowledge of the arts,
       literature, history, and
       philosophy.

AH3    Utilize knowledge of
       history and philosophy
       in decision-making.

AH4    Develop creative
       expression.
Code   Informational and
       Technological Literacy

IT1    Utilize basic computer
       applications effectively
       when performing tasks
       that necessitate
       computer use.


IT2    Conduct research,
       critically assess, utilize,
       and cite information.

IT3    Synthesize, integrate,
       and contextualize
       multiple outside
       sources with individual
       voice, analysis, or
       position.
Code   Cultural Competence
CC1    Demonstrate
       knowledge of one’s
       own culture as well as
       others.
CC2    Demonstrate the ability
       to interact effectively
       within and across
       cultures.
CC3    Analyze and describe
       the impact religion,
       mass media, politics,
       economics, technology,
       environment, and
       history has on society.


       Demonstrate the ability
       to communicate
       effectively in a
       language other than
       one’s own.

CC4
Code   Effective
       Communication
EC1    Apply oral
       communication skills in
       order to maintain
       relationships, articulate
       perspectives, and solve
       problems within
       interpersonal, small
       group, and public
       contexts.

       Apply listening skills in
       order to understand,
       analyze, and evaluate
       messages and to
       empathize with and
       support others.

EC2    Read critically and
       analytically, identifying
       central arguments and
       lines of reasoning in a
       number of different
       kinds of texts.

EC3    Demonstrate autonomy
       as writers by making
       effective rhetorical
       choices regarding point
       of view, tone, and voice
       in relation to audience
       and purpose.
       Use logical, ethical, and
       emotional appeals,
       avoiding logical
       fallacies in thought and
       language and utilizing a
       variety of rhetorical
       strategies.

EC4

EC5
Code   Mathematical Literacy

ML1    Apply mathematical
       principles to solve
       problems effectively in
       science, business, and
       everyday life.
ML2    Demonstrate a sense of
       number to make
       informed decisions,
       estimate orders of
       magnitude, read a chart
       or a graph, and follow
       an argument based on
       numerical evidence.

       Apply statistical
       numeracy by making
       sensible estimates, use
       a commonsense
       approach when using
       data to support an
       argument, and
       judiciously apply
       averages and
       percentages.
ML3
Code   Scientific Inquiry
SI1    Analyze and apply the
       principles of the social,
       behavioral, physical,
       and natural sciences.

SI2    Apply scientific
       methods of inquiry and
       analysis through critical
       reading, research, and
       experimentation.
SI3   Employ quantitative
      reasoning to solve
      problems and justify
      conclusions with
      reasoned and
      scientifically sound
      argument.
      Distinguish between
      unverifiable beliefs and
      the knowledge gained
      through the objectivity
      of science.
SI4   Correctly analyze and
      assess cause and effect
      relationships in natural
      phenomena.
SI5
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130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR ONE
STUDENTS




118, 119, 120,
130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR TWO
STUDENTS
NU 155 A &B

NU 255 A&B

NU 251 AB, NU
252A,B, NU 253
A,B, C
1. Demonstrates knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the
performance of the registered nursing role by: a. Utilizing the nursing process to develop a plan of care for
patients using biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the implementation of patient care in the registered
nursing role.
2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the basic clinical competencies of a first year student in the categories of Provider of Care, Manager
of Care, and Member within a Discipline.
3. Demonstrates critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by: a.
Applying the knowledge and critical thinking skills developed to safely provide basic patient care for patients in
the acute hospital setting.
4. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: a. Utilizing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of basic nursing care for medical-
surgical patients.
5a. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Utilizing communication skills
(verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) as he/she learns to practice the professional
registered nursing role.
5b. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Applying principles of time
management and priority setting to provide care for patients in collaboration with other members of the health
care team across the life.
6. Implements the role of the professional nurse within the community as defined by the California Nurse
Practice Act and standards of nursing practice by: a. Acting as a patient advocate and recognizing and adhering
to the responsibility and accountability s as nurse in accordance with the role of the professional nurse.
7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: a. Promoting collaboration and the development of lifelong learning
skills as they begin the role of the professional nurse.




1a. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Applying
knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in performing the professional
nursing role.
1b. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Formulating
a holistic comprehensive plan of care for acute and chronic patients utilizing the nursing process, principles of
health promotion and illness prevention, patient teaching and end of life care for patients throughout their
lifespan
2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the complex roles, skills, and responsibilities of a second year student in the categories of Provider
of Care, Manager of Care, and Member within a Discipline in the clinical setting.
3. Implements critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by:
Intervening competently and safely for groups of health care consumers in complex patient care situations
within a multidisciplinary healthcare system.
4a. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Implementing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of complex nursing care for
individuals, families, and groups of health care consumers.
4b. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Evaluating the importance and effectiveness of evidence-based research in nursing practice.
5a. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Integrating
communication skills (verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) into the practice of the
professional nursing role.
5b. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Collaborating with other
health team members to organize, manage, delegate and coordinate patient care for the health care consumers
and family members across the life span.
6a. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Assuming responsibility and accountability for the student’s nursing action(s) as they
undertake the role of the professional nurse.
6b. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Making complex clinical decisions that support health care consumer advocacy based
upon the ethical and legal principles as described in the California Nurse Practice Act and the American Nurses
Association code of ethics.
7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of their professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: Assuming responsibility and commitment towards for life-long
learning in the areas of evidence-based healthcare, informatics, practice based learning, self-reflection and
assessment as the student undertakes the role of the professional nurse.
1. Appropriately execute basic nursing care in a sumulated patient care situation.

1. Appropriately execute complex nursing care in a simulated patient care situation.


1. Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience needs through consultation with a nursing
faculty member.
2. Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the performance of clinical skills within the role of
“Students” as described in the California Nursing Practice Act.
3. Progressively improve time management and organizational skills.
4. Satisfactorily meet the objectives formulated by the student.
118, 119, 120,
130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR ONE
STUDENTS




118, 119, 120,
130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR TWO
STUDENTS
NU 155 A &B




NU 255 A&B




NU 251 AB, NU
252A,B, NU 253
A,B, C
1. Demonstrates knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the
performance of the registered nursing role by: a. Utilizing the nursing process to develop a plan of care for
patients using biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the implementation of patient care in the registered
nursing role.


2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the basic clinical competencies of a first year student in the categories of Provider of Care, Manager
of Care, and Member within a Discipline.

3. Demonstrates critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by: a.
Applying the knowledge and critical thinking skills developed to safely provide basic patient care for patients in
the acute hospital setting.
4. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: a. Utilizing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of basic nursing care for medical-
surgical patients.
5a. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Utilizing communication skills
(verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) as he/she learns to practice the professional
registered nursing role.
5b. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Applying principles of time
management and priority setting to provide care for patients in collaboration with other members of the health
care team across the life.
6. Implements the role of the professional nurse within the community as defined by the California Nurse
Practice Act and standards of nursing practice by: a. Acting as a patient advocate and recognizing and adhering
to the responsibility and accountability s as nurse in accordance with the role of the professional nurse.

7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: a. Promoting collaboration and the development of lifelong learning
skills as they begin the role of the professional nurse.
1a. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Applying
knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in performing the professional
nursing role.


1b. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Formulating
a holistic comprehensive plan of care for acute and chronic patients utilizing the nursing process, principles of
health promotion and illness prevention, patient teaching and end of life care for patients throughout their
lifespan

2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the complex roles, skills, and responsibilities of a second year student in the categories of Provider
of Care, Manager of Care, and Member within a Discipline in the clinical setting.
3. Implements critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by:
Intervening competently and safely for groups of health care consumers in complex patient care situations
within a multidisciplinary healthcare system.

4a. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Implementing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of complex nursing care for
individuals, families, and groups of health care consumers.

4b. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Evaluating the importance and effectiveness of evidence-based research in nursing practice.

5a. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Integrating
communication skills (verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) into the practice of the
professional nursing role.
5b. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Collaborating with other
health team members to organize, manage, delegate and coordinate patient care for the health care consumers
and family members across the life span.


6a. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Assuming responsibility and accountability for the student’s nursing action(s) as they
undertake the role of the professional nurse.
6b. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Making complex clinical decisions that support health care consumer advocacy based
upon the ethical and legal principles as described in the California Nurse Practice Act and the American Nurses
Association code of ethics.


7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of their professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: Assuming responsibility and commitment towards for life-long
learning in the areas of evidence-based healthcare, informatics, practice based learning, self-reflection and
assessment as the student undertakes the role of the professional nurse.



1. Appropriately execute basic nursing care in a simulated patient care situation.



1. Appropriately execute complex nursing care in a simulated patient care situation.




1. Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience needs through consultation with a nursing
faculty member.




2. Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the performance of clinical skills within the role of
“Students” as described in the California Nursing Practice Act.




3. Progressively improve time management and organizational skills.




4. Satisfactorily meet the objectives formulated by the student.
ASSESSMENT METHODS




1. Satisfactory performance in all clinical courses in first
year; 2. Mastery of course content demonstrated by a “C”
or better in all first year nursing courses; 3. Examination
questions progress from comprehension to application
levels; 4. Completion of all course requirements in the first
year nursing courses.

1. Satisfactory performance in all clinical courses in first
year; 2. Mastery of course content demonstrated by a “C”
or better in all first year nursing courses; 3. Examination
questions progress from comprehension to application
levels; 4. Completion of all course requirements in the first
year nursing courses.
1. Satisfactorily meeting the clinical competencies and skills
of a first year nursing student in the nursing roles of
Provider of Care, Manager of Care, and Member within a
Discipline in clinical setting.
Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of all first
year nursing courses as described in the clinical
competencies of each course.
1. Satisfactory passing written assignments related to
evidence-based practice in NU 120, NU 130, and NU 132; 2.
Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of NU 120,
NU 130, and NU 132.
1. Satisfactory passing written assignments related to
evidence-based practice in NU 120, NU 130, and NU 132; 2.
Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of NU 120,
NU 130, and NU 132.
1. Satisfactorily utilizing the EMR to retrieve and
communicate simple patient data; 2. Satisfactorily passing
the clinical component of all first year nursing courses.


1. Satisfactorily utilizing the EMR to retrieve and
communicate simple patient data; 2. Satisfactorily passing
the clinical component of all first year nursing courses.
1. Satisfactorily meeting all clinical course objectives in
second year nursing courses; 2. Mastery of course content
demonstrated by a grade of “C” or better in the second
year nursing courses; 3. In the fourth semester, passing the
Kaplan exit exam with a 62% or greater.

1. Satisfactorily meeting all clinical course objectives in
second year nursing courses; 2. Mastery of course content
demonstrated by a grade of “C” or better in the second
year nursing courses; 3. In the fourth semester, passing the
Kaplan exit exam with a 62% or greater.

1. Satisfactorily meeting the clinical competencies and skills
of a second year nursing student in the nursing roles of
Provider of Care, Manager of Care, and Member within a
Discipline in the clinical setting.


Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of second
year nursing courses as described in the clinical
competencies of each course.


1. Satisfactory passing written assignments related to
evidence-based practice in NU 220, NU 222, NU 230 and
NU 235; 2. Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of
NU 220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235.

1. Satisfactory passing written assignments related to
evidence-based practice in NU 220, NU 222, NU 230 and
NU 235; 2. Satisfactorily passing the clinical components of
NU 220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235.

1. Demonstrating competent use of the EMR to retrieve
complex data necessary to provide competent patient care;
2. Satisfactorily passing the clinical component of NU 220,
NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235.

1. Demonstrating competent use of the EMR to retrieve
complex data necessary to provide competent patient care;
2. Satisfactorily passing the clinical component of NU 220,
NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235.

1. Satisfactorily passing all class assignments in NU 220, NU
222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Satisfactorily passing the
clinical component of all second year nursing courses as
described in Member within a Discipline portion of clinical
course objectives; 3. Integrate the professional role and
responsibilities of the professional nurse in the clinical
setting as reported on weekly clinical evaluations.
1. Satisfactorily passing all class assignments in NU 220, NU
222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Satisfactorily passing the
clinical component of all second year nursing courses as
described in Member within a Discipline portion of clinical
course objectives; 3. Integrate the professional role and
responsibilities of the professional nurse in the clinical
setting as reported on weekly clinical evaluations.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
 part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
120, NU 130, NU 132; 2. Acknowledging the value of
shared information within the clinical setting to improving
patient care.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.


1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.

1. Seeking out learning experiences in the clinical setting as
part of the required clinical course competencies for NU
220, NU 222, NU 230, and NU 235; 2. Identifying
opportunities to contribute to improving quality of care
and quality of the institution.
118, 119, 120,
130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR ONE
STUDENTS




118, 119, 120,
130, 132, 155, ,
203, 205, 211,
220, 222, 230,
235 YEAR TWO
STUDENTS
NU 155 A &B

NU 255 A&B

NU 251 AB, NU
252A,B, NU 253
A,B, C
1. Demonstrates knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the
performance of the registered nursing role by: a. Utilizing the nursing process to develop a plan of care for
patients using biopsychosocial theories and concepts in the implementation of patient care in the registered
nursing role.
2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the basic clinical competencies of a first year student in the categories of Provider of Care, Manager
of Care, and Member within a Discipline.
3. Demonstrates critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by: a.
Applying the knowledge and critical thinking skills developed to safely provide basic patient care for patients in
the acute hospital setting.
4. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: a. Utilizing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of basic nursing care for medical-
surgical patients.
5a. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Utilizing communication skills
(verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) as he/she learns to practice the professional
registered nursing role.
5b. Employing the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care for the
health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Applying principles of time
management and priority setting to provide care for patients in collaboration with other members of the health
care team across the life.
6. Implements the role of the professional nurse within the community as defined by the California Nurse
Practice Act and standards of nursing practice by: a. Acting as a patient advocate and recognizing and adhering
to the responsibility and accountability s as nurse in accordance with the role of the professional nurse.
7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: a. Promoting collaboration and the development of lifelong learning
skills as they begin the role of the professional nurse.




1a. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Applying
knowledge of nursing practice utilizing biopsychosocial theories and concepts in performing the professional
nursing role.
1b. Integrates knowledge of biopsychosocial theories and concepts when providing patient care by: Formulating
a holistic comprehensive plan of care for acute and chronic patients utilizing the nursing process, principles of
health promotion and illness prevention, patient teaching and end of life care for patients throughout their
lifespan
2. Demonstrating the skills and attitudes necessary to perform as an associate degree nurse in the professional
nursing roles of: (a) Provider of Care; (b) Manager of Care; (c) Member within a Discipline by: a. Satisfactorily
performing the complex roles, skills, and responsibilities of a second year student in the categories of Provider
of Care, Manager of Care, and Member within a Discipline in the clinical setting.
3. Implements critical thinking skills in the implementation of the nursing process while providing safe patient
care and meeting the needs of culturally diverse patients within multidisciplinary health care systems by:
Intervening competently and safely for groups of health care consumers in complex patient care situations
within a multidisciplinary healthcare system.
4a. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Implementing evidence based research in the planning and implementation of complex nursing care for
individuals, families, and groups of health care consumers.
4b. Utilizes evidence based research to provide quality health care, initiate change and improve nursing practice
by: Evaluating the importance and effectiveness of evidence-based research in nursing practice.
5a. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Integrating
communication skills (verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal, and communication technology) into the practice of the
professional nursing role.
5b. Effectively employs the use of informatics and effective communication skills to manage and coordinate care
for the health care consumer in collaboration with other health care professionals by: Collaborating with other
health team members to organize, manage, delegate and coordinate patient care for the health care consumers
and family members across the life span.
6a. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Assuming responsibility and accountability for the student’s nursing action(s) as they
undertake the role of the professional nurse.
6b. Implements the role of the professional nurse as defined by the California Nurse Practice Act and standards
of nursing practice by: Making complex clinical decisions that support health care consumer advocacy based
upon the ethical and legal principles as described in the California Nurse Practice Act and the American Nurses
Association code of ethics.
7. Demonstrates the importance of life-long learning and quality improvement as part of their professional
commitment to the nursing profession by: Assuming responsibility and commitment towards for life-long
learning in the areas of evidence-based healthcare, informatics, practice based learning, self-reflection and
assessment as the student undertakes the role of the professional nurse.
1. Appropriately execute basic nursing care in a sumulated patient care situation.

1. Appropriately execute complex nursing care in a simulated patient care situation.


1. Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience needs through consultation with a nursing
faculty member.
2. Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the performance of clinical skills within the role of
“Students” as described in the California Nursing Practice Act.
3. Progressively improve time management and organizational skills.
4. Satisfactorily meet the objectives formulated by the student.
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COURSE # SLO

                   Conduct a ‘head to toe’ assessment on a laboratory
NURS 110       1 partner using system approach.
                   Administer medications using the five rights of
               2   medication administration.
                   Perform simple and complex IV therapy skills
               3   satisfactorily.
                   Develop basic critical thinking skills in caring for adult
               4   medical-surgical patients.
                   Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
                   commonly associate with pre-operative and
               5   ambulatory patients.


                 Describe the pharmacotherapeutics,
                 pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics,
                 contraindications and precautions, adverse effects, and
                 drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
                 following major drug classifications: nervous system
MURS 118       1 drugs and cardiovascular system drugs.
                 Evaluate available teaching materials for
                 appropriateness to health, nurse and person for the
               2 medications covered.
                 Plan nursing management strategies for each prototype
                 drug that minimize adverse effects and maximize
                 therapeutic effects for patients receiving certain
               3 classifications of medications



                 Describe the pharmacotherapeutics,
                 pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics,
                 contraindications and precautions, adverse effects, and
                 drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
                 following major drug classifications: respiratory,
                 genitourinary, endocrine and immune system drugs,
NURS 119       1 anti-infectives and antineoplastic drugs.
                 Evaluate available teaching materials for
                 appropriateness to health, nurse and person for the
               2 medications covered.

                 List the generic and brand names of each prototype
                 drug in the following drug classifications: respiratory,
                 genitourinary, endocrine and immune system drugs,
               3 anti-infectives and antineoplastic drugs.
               Demonstrate competence in nursing assessment
NURS 120   1   techniques to determine a patient’s state of health
               Demonstrate mastery in the performance of selected
           2   nursing skills
               Research patient data the day before the clinical
               experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           3   day
               Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and
           4   families
               Develop critical thinking skills in distinguishing between
               those nursing care situations that require instructor’s
               assistance and those that can be managed
           5   independently.


NURS 130   1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.
               Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and
           2 families.
             Distinguish those nursing care situations that require
             instructor’s assistance form those that can be managed
           3 independently.
             Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
             commonly associated with perioperative and
           4 ambulatory service.
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5 day.



NURS 132   1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.

             Assess and interpret functional health patterns and
             formulate appropriate nursing diagnoses for patients
           2 experiencing pregnancy, birth or parenting.
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           3 outcomes.

             Plan and implement the nursing process for pediatric
             patients with chronic illness and various disorders of
           4 childhood affecting functional health patterns.
             Critique own strengths and weaknesses through
           5 periodic written self evaluations.

             Appropriately execute basic nursing procedures on a
NURS 155   1 simulated patient
             Practice specific skills necessary to meet a course’s
NURS 198   1 objectives

             Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s
NURS 199   1 objectives

             Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to
           2 demonstrate comprehension of course content



               Assess, analyze and formulate nursing diagnoses; plan,
               implement, and evaluate nursing care for
               adult/geriatric patients with dysfunctional physical and
NURS 203   1   psychological health problems.
               Distinguish those nursing care situations that require
               instructor’s assistance from those that can be managed
           2   independently.
               Identify opportunities for patient education and
               incorporate teaching plans and principles of
           3   rehabilitation in total care of patients.
               Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           4   patients in the clinical laboratory.
               Research patient data the day before the clinical
               experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5   day.

             Assess and interpret physiologic and psychological
             health patterns to formulate appropriate nursing
NURS 205   1 diagnoses.
             Utilize identified nursing diagnoses to plan, implement
             and evaluate nursing care for patients, setting priorities
             based on the degree of threat to wellness and quality of
           2 life.

             Participate with the health team to establish a
             therapeutic environment that facilitates
           3 communication with patients and significant others.
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           4 outcomes.
             Apply nursing theory to the care of selected patients in
           5 the clinical laboratory.

             Formulate actual and high risk nursing diagnoses and
             the interventions necessary to achieve expected
NURS 211   1 outcomes using scientific rationale.
               Relate nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           2 patients in the clinical laboratory.
             Identify opportunities for patient education and
             incorporate teaching plans and principles of
           3 rehabilitation in total care of patients.

               Establish and maintain nurse-patient relationships
           4 based on principles of therapeutic communication.
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5 day



               Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting
NURS 220   1   priorities for complex medical-surgical patients.
               Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           2   patients in the clinical laboratory.
               Utilize knowledge of scientific principles to evaluate
               effectiveness of nursing care and revise the nursing
           3   care plan when appropriate.
               Execute technical skills commonly associated with the
               care of patients with complex medical-surgical
           4   problems.
               Identify and appropriately delegate tasks to team
           5   members


             Plan, implement, evaluate, modify and individualize
             nursing care for patients with neurological and residual
NURS 222   1 dysfunctions or psychiatric disorders.
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           2 day.
             Relate psychiatric nursing theory to the nursing
           3 diagnoses and nursing interventions.

               Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively
           4 with the patient experiencing psychological difficulties.
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           5 outcomes.

             Differentiate the relationship between selected
             pathophysiology, stating all appropriate nursing
NURS 230   1 diagnoses for the adult and elderly patient.
             Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting
           2 priorities for urgent and emergent situations.

             Execute technical skills commonly associated with the
           3 care of patients experiencing alterations in oxygenation.
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           4 day.
             Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           5 patients in the clinical laboratory.



             Manage patient care under the direct supervision of a
             registered nurse preceptor focusing on prioritizing,
NURS 235   1 planning, delegating and evaluating patient care.
             Collaborate with preceptor, patient and other members
             of the health care team and plan nursing care for the
           2 daily patient assignment.

             Develop time management skills to provide care for a
             number of patients realistic for an entry-level
           3 practitioner in the assigned patient care area.

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 251     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 252     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 253     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

NURS 255     Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
A-B+       1 simulated patients.

NURS 265     Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
A-B        1 simulated patients.

             Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s
NURS 299   1 objectives

            Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to
           2 demonstrate comprehension of course content
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NURS               Conduct a ‘head to toe’ assessment on a laboratory partner
110              1 using system approach.                                                x
                   Administer medications using the five rights of medication
                 2 administration.                                                               x

                 3 Perform simple and complex IV therapy skills satisfactorily.                  x
                   Develop basic critical thinking skills in caring for adult medical-
                 4 surgical patients.                                                                   x

                   Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
                 5 commonly associate with pre-operative and ambulatory patients.                x


                   Describe the pharmacotherapeutics, pharmacodynamics,
                   pharmacokinetics, contraindications and precautions, adverse
                   effects, and drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
MURS               following major drug classifications: nervous system drugs and
118              1 cardiovascular system drugs.                                                                        x     x

                   Evaluate available teaching materials for appropriateness to
                 2 health, nurse and person for the medications covered.                                        x      x

                   Plan nursing management strategies for each prototype drug that
                   minimize adverse effects and maximize therapeutic effects for
                 3 patients receiving certain classifications of medications                                                 x


                   Describe the pharmacotherapeutics, pharmacodynamics,
                   pharmacokinetics, contraindications and precautions, adverse
                   effects, and drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
                   following major drug classifications: respiratory, genitourinary,
NURS               endocrine and immune system drugs, anti-infectives and
119              1 antineoplastic drugs.                                                                               x     x

                   Evaluate available teaching materials for appropriateness to
                 2 health, nurse and person for the medications covered.                                        x      x
                   List the generic and brand names of each prototype drug in the
                   following drug classifications: respiratory, genitourinary,
                   endocrine and immune system drugs, anti-infectives and
                 3 antineoplastic drugs.                                                                                     x

NURS               Demonstrate competence in nursing assessment techniques to
120              1 determine a patient’s state of health                                         x      x                    x      x
         Demonstrate mastery in the performance of selected nursing
       2 skills                                                                x   x   x   x

         Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       3 develop a plan of care for each clinical day                          x   x   x   x

       4 Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and families        x   x   x   x

         Develop critical thinking skills in distinguishing between those
         nursing care situations that require instructor’s assistance and
       5 those that can be managed independently.                              x   x   x   x

NURS
130    1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.                     x

       2 Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and families.                   x

         Distinguish those nursing care situations that require instructor’s
       3 assistance form those that can be managed independently.                          x

         Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
       4 commonly associated with perioperative and ambulatory service.                    x

         Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       5 develop a plan of care for each clinical day.                                 x

NURS
132    1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.                     x
         Assess and interpret functional health patterns and formulate
         appropriate nursing diagnoses for patients experiencing
       2 pregnancy, birth or parenting.                                            x

         Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
       3 implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired outcomes.                   x
         Plan and implement the nursing process for pediatric patients
         with chronic illness and various disorders of childhood affecting
       4 functional health patterns.                                                       x
         Critique own strengths and weaknesses through periodic written
       5 self evaluations.                                                             x

NURS     Appropriately execute basic nursing procedures on a simulated
155    1 patient

NURS
198    1 Practice specific skills necessary to meet a course’s objectives
NURS
199    1 Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s objectives         x
         Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to demonstrate
       2 comprehension of course content                                           x


         Assess, analyze and formulate nursing diagnoses; plan,
NURS     implement, and evaluate nursing care for adult/geriatric patients
203    1 with dysfunctional physical and psychological health problems.        x

         Distinguish those nursing care situations that require instructor’s
       2 assistance from those that can be managed independently.                          x
         Identify opportunities for patient education and incorporate
         teaching plans and principles of rehabilitation in total care of
       3 patients.                                                                     x   x
         Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected patients in the
       4 clinical laboratory.                                                  x           x

         Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       5 develop a plan of care for each clinical day.                                 x   x


NURS       Assess and interpret physiologic and psychological health
205    1 patterns to formulate appropriate nursing diagnoses.                  x           x

         Utilize identified nursing diagnoses to plan, implement and
         evaluate nursing care for patients, setting priorities based on the
       2 degree of threat to wellness and quality of life.                     x           x
         Participate with the health team to establish a therapeutic
         environment that facilitates communication with patients and
       3 significant others.                                                               x

         Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
       4 implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired outcomes.               x   x
         Apply nursing theory to the care of selected patients in the
       5 clinical laboratory.                                                  x           x

           Formulate actual and high risk nursing diagnoses and the
NURS       interventions necessary to achieve expected outcomes using
211    1   scientific rationale.                                               x           x
           Relate nursing theory to nursing care of selected patients in the
       2   clinical laboratory.                                                x           x
           Identify opportunities for patient education and incorporate
           teaching plans and principles of rehabilitation in total care of
       3   patients.                                                                       x
           Establish and maintain nurse-patient relationships based on
       4   principles of therapeutic communication.                                    x   x
         Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       5 develop a plan of care for each clinical day                          x       x

NURS       Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting priorities for
220    1   complex medical-surgical patients.                                  x       x
           Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected patients in the
       2   clinical laboratory.                                                x       x
           Utilize knowledge of scientific principles to evaluate
           effectiveness of nursing care and revise the nursing care plan
       3   when appropriate.                                                   x       x
           Execute technical skills commonly associated with the care of
       4   patients with complex medical-surgical problems.                            x

       5 Identify and appropriately delegate tasks to team members                     x

         Plan, implement, evaluate, modify and individualize nursing care
NURS     for patients with neurological and residual dysfunctions or
222    1 psychiatric disorders.                                                x       x

         Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       2 develop a plan of care for each clinical day.                             x   x
         Relate psychiatric nursing theory to the nursing diagnoses and
       3 nursing interventions.                                                x       x
         Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with the
       4 patient experiencing psychological difficulties.                              x

           Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
       5 implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired outcomes.           x   x

         Differentiate the relationship between selected
NURS     pathophysiology, stating all appropriate nursing diagnoses for
230    1 the adult and elderly patient.                                        x
         Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting priorities for
       2 urgent and emergent situations.                                       x       x
         Execute technical skills commonly associated with the care of
       3 patients experiencing alterations in oxygenation.                             x

           Research patient data the day before the clinical experience and
       4 develop a plan of care for each clinical day.                             x   x
         Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected patients in the
       5 clinical laboratory.                                                  x       x

         Manage patient care under the direct supervision of a registered
NURS     nurse preceptor focusing on prioritizing, planning, delegating
235    1 and evaluating patient care.                                                  x
            Collaborate with preceptor, patient and other members of the
            health care team and plan nursing care for the daily patient
          2 assignment.                                                                  x
            Develop time management skills to provide care for a number of
            patients realistic for an entry-level practitioner in the assigned
          3 patient care area.                                                           x


NURS       Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience
251 A-C   1 needs through consultation with a nursing faculty member.                x

            Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
            performance of clinical skills within the role of “Students” as
          2 described in the California Nursing Practice Act.
            Progressively improve time management and organizational
          3 skills.



NURS        Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience
252 A-C   1 needs through consultation with a nursing faculty member.                x

            Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
            performance of clinical skills within the role of “Students” as
          2 described in the California Nursing Practice Act.
            Progressively improve time management and organizational
          3 skills.



NURS        Formulate objectives to meet individual learning experience
253 A-C   1 needs through consultation with a nursing faculty member.                x

            Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
            performance of clinical skills within the role of “Students” as
          2 described in the California Nursing Practice Act.
            Progressively improve time management and organizational
          3 skills.

NURS
255 A-     Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
B+        1 simulated patients.

NURS       Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
265 A-B   1 simulated patients.

NURS
299       1 Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s objectives    x
 Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to demonstrate
2 comprehension of course content                                x
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COURSE # SLO                                                                    2008   2009     2009   2010     2010


                   Conduct a ‘head to toe’ assessment on a laboratory
NURS 110       1 partner using system approach.                                        x
                   Administer medications using the five rights of
               2   medication administration.                                          x
                   Perform simple and complex IV therapy skills
               3   satisfactorily.                                                     x
                   Develop basic critical thinking skills in caring for adult
               4   medical-surgical patients.                                          x
                   Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
                   commonly associate with pre-operative and
               5   ambulatory patients.                                                x


                 Describe the pharmacotherapeutics,
                 pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics,
                 contraindications and precautions, adverse effects, and
                 drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
                 following major drug classifications: nervous system                           ASP,
NURS 118       1 drugs and cardiovascular system drugs.                                         AAR
                 Evaluate available teaching materials for
                 appropriateness to health, nurse and person for the                            ASP,
               2 medications covered.                                                           AAR
                 Plan nursing management strategies for each prototype
                 drug that minimize adverse effects and maximize
                 therapeutic effects for patients receiving certain                             ASP,
               3 classifications of medications                                                 AAR


                 Describe the pharmacotherapeutics,
                 pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics,
                 contraindications and precautions, adverse effects, and
                 drug interactions for each prototype drug in the
                 following major drug classifications: respiratory,
                 genitourinary, endocrine and immune system drugs,
NURS 119       1 anti-infectives and antineoplastic drugs.                                      ASP
                 Evaluate available teaching materials for
                 appropriateness to health, nurse and person for the
               2 medications covered.                                                           ASP

                 List the generic and brand names of each prototype
                 drug in the following drug classifications: respiratory,
                 genitourinary, endocrine and immune system drugs,
               3 anti-infectives and antineoplastic drugs.                                      ASP
               Demonstrate competence in nursing assessment                 ASP,
NURS 120   1   techniques to determine a patient’s state of health          AER
               Demonstrate mastery in the performance of selected           ASP,
           2   nursing skills                                               AER
               Research patient data the day before the clinical
               experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical      ASP,
           3   day                                                          AER
               Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and        ASP,
           4   families                                                     AER
               Develop critical thinking skills in distinguishing between
               those nursing care situations that require instructor’s
               assistance and those that can be managed                     ASP,
           5   independently.                                               AER


NURS 130   1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.                 x
               Demonstrate caring in relationships with patients and
           2 families.                                                             x
             Distinguish those nursing care situations that require
             instructor’s assistance form those that can be managed
           3 independently.                                                        x
             Execute technical skills, including intravenous insertion,
             commonly associated with perioperative and
           4 ambulatory service.                                                   x
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5 day.                                                                  x


NURS 132   1 Relate scientific rationale to nursing interventions.                 x

             Assess and interpret functional health patterns and
             formulate appropriate nursing diagnoses for patients
           2 experiencing pregnancy, birth or parenting.                           x
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           3 outcomes.                                                             x

             Plan and implement the nursing process for pediatric
             patients with chronic illness and various disorders of
           4 childhood affecting functional health patterns.                       x
             Critique own strengths and weaknesses through
           5 periodic written self evaluations.                                    x

             Appropriately execute basic nursing procedures on a
NURS 155   1 simulated patient                                                         x
             Practice specific skills necessary to meet a course’s
NURS 198   1 objectives

             Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s
NURS 199   1 objectives

             Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to
           2 demonstrate comprehension of course content



               Assess, analyze and formulate nursing diagnoses; plan,
               implement, and evaluate nursing care for
               adult/geriatric patients with dysfunctional physical and
NURS 203   1   psychological health problems.                                 ASP
               Distinguish those nursing care situations that require
               instructor’s assistance from those that can be managed
           2   independently.                                                 ASP
               Identify opportunities for patient education and
               incorporate teaching plans and principles of
           3   rehabilitation in total care of patients.                      ASP
               Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           4   patients in the clinical laboratory.                           ASP
               Research patient data the day before the clinical
               experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5   day.                                                           ASP

             Assess and interpret physiologic and psychological
             health patterns to formulate appropriate nursing
NURS 205   1 diagnoses.                                                       ASP
             Utilize identified nursing diagnoses to plan, implement
             and evaluate nursing care for patients, setting priorities
             based on the degree of threat to wellness and quality of
           2 life.                                                            ASP

             Participate with the health team to establish a
             therapeutic environment that facilitates
           3 communication with patients and significant others.              ASP
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           4 outcomes.                                                        ASP
             Apply nursing theory to the care of selected patients in
           5 the clinical laboratory.                                         ASP

             Formulate actual and high risk nursing diagnoses and
             the interventions necessary to achieve expected
NURS 211   1 outcomes using scientific rationale.                         x
               Relate nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           2 patients in the clinical laboratory.                        x
             Identify opportunities for patient education and
             incorporate teaching plans and principles of
           3 rehabilitation in total care of patients.                   x

               Establish and maintain nurse-patient relationships
           4 based on principles of therapeutic communication.           x
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           5 day                                                         x


               Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting
NURS 220   1   priorities for complex medical-surgical patients.         x
               Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           2   patients in the clinical laboratory.                      x
               Utilize knowledge of scientific principles to evaluate
               effectiveness of nursing care and revise the nursing
           3   care plan when appropriate.                               x
               Execute technical skills commonly associated with the
               care of patients with complex medical-surgical
           4   problems.                                                 x
               Identify and appropriately delegate tasks to team
           5   members                                                   x


             Plan, implement, evaluate, modify and individualize
             nursing care for patients with neurological and residual
NURS 222   1 dysfunctions or psychiatric disorders.                      x
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           2 day.                                                        x
             Relate psychiatric nursing theory to the nursing
           3 diagnoses and nursing interventions.                        x

               Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively
           4 with the patient experiencing psychological difficulties.   x
             Evaluate the learning needs of patients and families,
             implementing teaching strategies that achieve desired
           5 outcomes.                                                   x

             Differentiate the relationship between selected
             pathophysiology, stating all appropriate nursing
NURS 230   1 diagnoses for the adult and elderly patient.                x
             Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care, setting
           2 priorities for urgent and emergent situations.              x

             Execute technical skills commonly associated with the
           3 care of patients experiencing alterations in oxygenation.   x
             Research patient data the day before the clinical
             experience and develop a plan of care for each clinical
           4 day.                                                        x
             Apply nursing theory to nursing care of selected
           5 patients in the clinical laboratory.                        x


             Manage patient care under the direct supervision of a
             registered nurse preceptor focusing on prioritizing,
NURS 235   1 planning, delegating and evaluating patient care.               ASP
             Collaborate with preceptor, patient and other members
             of the health care team and plan nursing care for the
           2 daily patient assignment.                                       ASP

             Develop time management skills to provide care for a
             number of patients realistic for an entry-level
           3 practitioner in the assigned patient care area.                 ASP

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 251     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 252     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

             Formulate objectives to meet individual learning
NURS 253     experience needs through consultation with a nursing
A-C        1 faculty member.
             Critique and progressively improve proficiency in the
             performance of clinical skills within the role of
             “Students” as described in the California Nursing
           2 Practice Act.
             Progressively improve time management and
           3 organizational skills.

NURS 255     Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
A-B+       1 simulated patients.                                      x

NURS 265     Appropriately execute advanced nursing procedures on
A-B        1 simulated patients.                                      x

             Perform specific skills necessary to meet the course’s
NURS 299   1 objectives

            Satisfactorily complete the required paperwork to
           2 demonstrate comprehension of course content
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