NURS 213: Nursing VI-Lab

Credits 6
Quarter Offered

Nursing 213 is a clinical/lab course where students continue to demonstrate competencies necessary to meet the physical and psychosocial needs of those experiencing alterations in health across the lifespan. Focus on the transition to the novice registered nurse role. Integrated concepts include holistic assessment, evidence based practice, caring, safety, patient teaching, organizing and managing care, collaboration, therapeutic communication, and professionalism. This class may include students from multiple sections.


Nursing Program Admittance; NURS 212 with a 2.0 or higher

  1. Holistically assess the biopsychosocial-spiritual-cultural dynamic needs of the client.
  2. Use evidence based information and the nursing process to critically think and make clinical judgments and management decisions to ensure accurate and safe care.
  3. Demonstrate holistic caring behavior towards the client, significant support person(s), peers, and other members of the health care team.
  4. Provide accurate and safe nursing care in diverse settings.
  5. Provide teaching based on individualized teaching plan.
  6. Organize and manage the holistic care of clients.
  7. Work cooperatively with others in the decision-making process to achieve client and organizational outcomes.
  8. Utilize appropriate verbal and written channels of communication to achieve positive client outcomes.
  9. Practice within the ethical, legal and regulatory frameworks of nursing and standards and scope of nursing practice.
  10. Demonstrate professional behavior in diverse settings.