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Registered Nurse – LVN to RN

Published
Time-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
California Correctional Health Care Services
O*Net Code
29-1141.00
Rapids Code
2074CB
Req. Hours
976
State
CA
Created
Jul 29, 2021
Updated
Jul 29, 2021

Time-Based Skills

9 skill sets | 9 total skills
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients utilizing research and best practices that promote maximum physiological outcomes for adults with multiples medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting - 136 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients using principles of safe and accurate medication administration to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting - 136 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients incorporating monitoring and early recognition of complications plus reduction of risk in order to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 136 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients that provides specifically for basic care and comfort required for activities of daily living in order to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 80 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients using therapeutic communication techniques in each encounter to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 80 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients employing principles of psychosocial integrity to meet the needs of adults with multiples medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 80 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients based on principles that consider developmental needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 80 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients using principles of patient advocacy and patient education to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 136 req. hrs
The student will utilize the nursing process to formulate, organize, and evaluate nursing care for multiple patients using principles of professional, legal and ethical nursing to meet the needs of adults with multiple medical, surgical and/or complex disorders in the clinical setting. - 112 req. hrs

Technical Instruction

Nursing Synthesis - 135 req. hrs
This course is designed to prepare the licensed vocational nurse, psychiatric technician, and graduate of vocational nursing and psychiatric technician programs for entry into an associate degree nursing (ADN) program. The course includes topics not included in vocational nursing (VN) and psychiatric technician (PT) programs: nursing process, role change, research skills, teaching-learning principles, and development of the teaching role. The course also includes reviews of medical-surgical nursing, maternal-child, pharmacology, and medication calculation to prepare the student for success in an ADN program.
Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing - 202.5 req. hrs
This course introduces intermediate concepts of Medical-Surgical nursing through the Client Needs model. Course content includes alterations of body systems with a concentration in the maintenance of physiological integrity, such as inflammatory processes, autoimmune disorders, and other disorders. Health promotion and maintenance, as well as psychosocial balance, are also advanced. A lifespan focus on the adult client with multiple medical disorders is offered. A community project in the area of client education and support for those with alterations of body systems will be completed. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices that meet client needs.
Neuro-Psychiatric Nursing - 90 req. hrs
This course presents. principles and psychosocial integrity and how the nurse provides care through the Client Need model. The neurological-and psychiatric-based disorders area presented as well as client and nursing responses to these disorders. Health promotion and maintenance are emphasized in the advancement of mental health and the prevention of neuropsychiatric disorders. Clients from childhood to older adults are addressed in the lifespan focus of this course. A community project in the area of substance abuse prevention and treatment will be completed. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices to meet client needs.
Advanced Medication Administration for Nursing Practice - 45 req. hrs
This course continues the study of pharmacology principles for nursing practice. Based on the Client Needs Model, this course addresses the major drug classifications used to treat neurological, cardiovascular, and endocrine disorders as well as chemotherapeutic agents and adjuvant medications for pain. The student will apply the Nursing Process to the study of medications and their effects on clients. This course is designed to enhance the study of nursing care in association with third-semester nursing courses.
Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing - 225 req. hrs
This course introduces advanced concepts of Medical-Surgical nursing through the Client Needs model. Course content includes the care of clients with significant alterations in body systems that are life-threatening and/or pose potential for disability or death including burns, gastrointestinal, renal, endocrine immune, neurological. respiratory. cardiovascular and hematological disorders and injuries that threaten physiological integrity. Health promotion and maintenance concepts are addressed. A lifespan focus on the children and adults with multiple medical or complex disorders and clients with multiple medical disorders is offered. The student will apply the Nursing Process to develop safe and effective practices that meet client needs.

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