ADN 424 - RN Capstone II
Total Lecture Hours: 30
Total Lab Hours: 0
Total Clinical Hours: 0
Total Work-Based Experience Hours: 0
This theory course is a requirement with ADN-423 Nursing Theory IV and ADN-425 Applied Nursing Practice IV. Content areas include a review of content from fundamentals, pharmacology, medical-surgical nursing, maternal-newborn/women’s health, nursing care of children, mental health, and community health/leadership. The course includes a systematic review of common health problems across the lifespan and the nursing response. This course will prepare the student with theoretical nursing knowledge needed for entry level registered nursing practice. This course will also prepare the student for the national examination for registered nurse licensure.
Corequisites: ADN-423 Nursing Theory IV, and ADN-425 Applied Nursing Practice IV
Prerequisites: Nursing Theory III, ADN-324 RN Capstone I, ADN-325 Applied Nursing Practice III, SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology, and (if Advanced Standing Student) ADN-326 Advanced Standing Bridge
Mode(s) of Instruction: Traditional/Face-to-Face
Course Fees: None
Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives:
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Interpret the NCLEX-RN licensure examination test plan.
- Develop an individualized plan of study to prepare for the registered nurse national licensure exam.
- Employ clinical judgment while applying the nursing process to simulated groups of patients in various healthcare settings. (Clinical Judgment, Patient-Centered Care, Safe and Effective Care)
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