b'Credit(s): 2Credit(s): 2Credit(s): 3This course focuses on the careThis course focuses on effectiveThis intake course is an of clients across the lifespanutilization of clinical reasoningintroduction to the field of experiencing cognitive, mentalnecessary for professionaloccupational therapy including and behavioral disorders.nursing practice. The student ishistory, role orientation, Emphasis is placed onexpected to participate inprofessional organizational management of clients facingdiscussions of case studies,structure, legal and ethical emotional and psychologicalclinical simulations andimplications, legislation, practice stressors as well as promotingstrategies for NCLEX-RNarenas, and the process of and maintaining the mentaltesting. Through diagnosticservice delivery. Prerequisite: health of individuals andtesting, students will assess theirInstructor Approved. (3,3,0)families. Concepts of crisisindividual strengths andintervention, therapeuticweaknesses in nursing communication, angerknowledge and remediate inOTA 1121 - Medical management, and coping skillsareas needing improvement.Terminology are integrated throughout thePrerequisites: SPT 1113; NUR course. The community as a site1118; NUR 1121; NUR for care and support services is1131; NUR 1217; NUR 1223;Credit(s): 1 addressed. Clinical experiencesNUR 2318; NUR 2322 (2,2,0) provide the student anThis intake course is a study of opportunity to apply theoreticalNUR 2434 - Transition tomedical language relating to concepts and implement safeProfessional Nursing Practicebody systems including client care to clients in selecteddiseases, physical conditions, mental health settings.abbreviations, and symbols as Prerequisites: NUR 1118; NURCredit(s): 4applied to occupational therapy. 1121; NUR 1131; NUR 1217;Professional language for NUR 1223 (2,1.6,1.2)This course facilitates theoccupational therapy will be transition of the student to theincluded. Prerequisite: Instructor NUR 2416 - Advancedrole of a professional nurse.Approved. (1,1,0) Concepts of Nursing PracticeEmphasis is placed on contemporary issues andOTA 1132 - Therapeutic management concepts, as wellAnatomy Credit(s): 6as developing the skills of delegation, conflict This course focuses onmanagement, and leadership.Credit(s): 2 advanced nursing care of clientsLegal and ethical issues are across the lifespan with complexdiscussed with a focus onThis intake course will focus multi-system health problems.personal accountability andupon the structures of the Emphasis is placed onresponsibility. Standards ofhuman body and their respective implementing time managementpractice and the significance offunctions. Emphasis will be and organizational skills whilefunctioning according to stateplaced upon the muscular, managing the care of multipleregulations and statutes areskeletal, and nervous systems. clients and collaborating with theanalyzed. Clinical experiencesPrerequisite: Instructor interdisciplinary team. Conceptsprovide the student theApproved. (2,1,2) of clinical judgment, priority- opportunity to apply theoretical setting, decision-making, andconcepts while functioning in aOTA 1213 - Pathology of legal and ethical practice areleadership role.Psychiatric Conditions integrated throughout thePrerequisites: SPT 1113; NUR course. Clinical experiences1118; NUR 1121; NUR provide the student an1131; NUR 1217; NUR 1223;Credit(s): 3 opportunity to apply theoreticalNUR 2318; NUR 2322 (4,2,6) concepts and implement safeThis intake course provides a care to clients and selectedbasic knowledge of psychiatric Occupational Therapydisorders encountered in groups in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: SPT 1113; NURAssistant (OTA)occupation therapy practice. 1118; NUR 1121; NUREmphasis is on etiology, 1131; NUR 1217; NUR 1223;OTA 1113 - Foundations ofprognosis, and management of NUR 2318; NUR 2322 (6,4,6)various psychiatric conditions. Occupational TherapyThe role and function of the OTA NUR 2422 - Nursingin the treatment process is also Comprehensive Seminar 382'