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This course introduces the nursing the begining student's to the history nursing, its nature and roles. The course has been prepared to provide the student with basic information and appropriate positive attitudes that will be acquired while studying and working in nursing profession. This information includes health and freedom from illness, nursing process, and health care delivery. In addition, it prepares the nursing students to use critical thinking and decision-making process, which guide to safe and competent nursing practice.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to provide the beginning student with the basic knowledge and positive attitudes related to the individual's physiological, psychological, and social needs according to the functional health patterns. Students will be able to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate nursing strategies in order to meet client's needs using nursing process as a framework.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This clinical course is designed to provide the student with laboratory guided experiences with emphasis on the student's independent learning that will assist her/him to master the basic nursing skills. These skills are presented according to the functional health patterns in parallel with knowledge provided to the students in the theory course in order to prepare the students to implement holistic care modalities in the clinical settings.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course introduces the student to concepts and procedures that are fundamental in caring of adult clients aiming at providing holistic nursing care through integrating concepts of nursing, physical, social and psychological sciences. The course is developed and applied within a framework of the nursing process to formulate nursing diagnoses and identify nursing interventions directed towards promoting, maintaining and restoring the health of adults and their families. Also, this course focuses on the bio-psycho-social responses of adult clients to actual and high risk conditions that affect their functional health patterns.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course focuses on the physiological changes that occur due to internal and external environmental stressors, pathological processes and the responses that produce signs and symptoms. Underlying concepts and principles common to major health problems will be presented. The concepts explored will assist the student in clinical decision making and actions related to individual health needs.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is sequel to the Introduction to Adult Health Nursing course. It introduces students to the conditions that affect the functional health patterns of an adult patient. It focuses on the bio-psycho-social responses of adults to actual and high risk conditions that affect their functional health patterns. The nursing process will be used as a framework to formulate nursing diagnoses and identify nursing interventions directed towards promoting, maintaining and restoring the health of adults and their families.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to provide a guided nursing experience, knowledge and skills essential in preparation of professional nurses who are accountable to provide nursing care of adult patients with medical and surgical health conditions. It focuses on the bio-psycho-social responses of adults to actual and high risk conditions that affect their functional health patterns. This course provides the student with the practical experience to deliver nursing care for adult patients with alterations in functional health patterns. The nursing process will be utilized as a framework for care for the individuals and their families. The course aims at developing the decision-making and problem solving skills, and linking the theory with the clinical.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course, a sequel to Adult Health Nursing I course. It introduces students to conditions that affect the functional health patterns of adult patients. Emphasis will be placed on the impact of these conditions on an individual's functioning. Students are expected to have skills and knowledge in the process of decision making when providing care for adult clients experiencing critical conditions. The nursing process provides a framework for selected independent, interdependent and dependent nursing interventions including health promotion and lifestyle changes.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills while providing care for critically ill patients. It will focus on the bio-psycho-social responses of adults with acute illness and enable the students to care for adult patients in special units. Students will have advanced knowledge and skills in treatment modalities, and advanced nursing roles when providing care to critically ill patients. The nursing process will be used as a framework to formulate nursing diagnosis and identify nursing interventions which promote, maintain and restore the health of adults and their families.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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The purpose of this course is to prepare nursing student to care for people affected by disasters or under emergency situations. This course will provide students with: definition of disaster nursing; recognition of the community resources, utilizing disaster planning models; and recognizing the role that nurses could play in disaster situations. In addition, The course will include basics of emergency, first aid and emergency nursing care for specific medical emergencies. Critical thinking and problem solving is emphasized.
Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to introduce the student to management and leadership concepts and principles necessary to promote student's ability to manage care and make appropriate decisions related to clients. These concepts and principles are also necessary to facilitate student's growth as future nurse leader able to affect quality of care and introduce change when necessary. Management process is used as a framework in designing the content of the course.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is complementary to the management and leadership in nursing theory course. It gives student the opportunity to integrate various management and leadership concepts and principles into practical experiences organized in different settings. Student is required to submit individual and group projects that reflects mastering levels of different management and leadership concepts and skills
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course aims at providing clinical opportunity for the fourth year nursing student in the last year of study to reinforce and integrate clinical skills, attitudes and knowledge acquired during the course of study. The student will practice under the supervision of a preceptor in different clinical areas with the guidance and indirect supervision of a faculty member. In the final semester of the fourth year, the students will work on daily full shift practice in one of the health care institutions.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This theory and clinical course provides a variety of methods to interact more effectively with clients, families, and professional colleagues. The course focuses on communication strategies and principles that enable nursing students to interact with clients in different clinical settings. The psychosocial aspect of illness and health will also be addressed. The student will also learn principles of critical thinking and professionalism in nursing, and will be introduced to the career of nursing and its major concepts.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed for the beginner student in mental health psychiatric nursing. The course is based on a belief in the value of humanistic and holistic approach to nursing care. The nursing process is used as an organizing framework. It provides student with concepts, theories and principles that will illuminate his/her clinical experience. Each concept represents a major coping pattern along the mental health-mental illness continuum is addressed through its relation to the anxiety continuum, theoretical bases, its manifestation with the five dimensions of the person, related nursing diagnosis, psychiatric diagnosis, and nursing care plans.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to help the student nurse to explore and gain insight into the problems experienced by the mentally ill person; and the emotional, intellectual social, and spiritual strains that physical illness causes. The student is expected to: integrate knowledge base from the mental health nursing course; utilize the nursing process within the therapeutic nurse client relationship with the emphasis on the humanistic holistic approach; and develop an open communication with health care providers team to facilitate the client's healing process in a structured environment
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to introduce students to the health education and primary health care concepts, and the techniques of health teaching skills for the purpose of health promotion to clients, families and community. The course is planned to facilitate integration and application of the scientific knowledge regarding health promotion theory and practice. Health education process Emphasizes on preventive aspect of health as well as client education in health and illness. Students will have the opportunity to apply course material to design and implement client education programs to clients with common health and environmental problems in the community. Students are expected to utilize the latest scientific research in relation to health education.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to introduce the nursing student to the main concepts and principles that are related to the growth and development of children, adolescents, adults and elderly people. It focuses on the physical, psychosocial, and cognitive changes during these age periods. This course will enable the nursing student to develop a comprehensive and holistic nursing care for individuals in each age group and to their families. The framework of the course will be based on the concept of health maintenance and promotion.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to introduce students to the basic English concepts in health professions and to enable students to practice professional writing. Students will recognize the multiple purposes of documentation and state documentation fundamentals. The professional writing course will help students learn effective strategies for communicating such as hand writing and computer-mediated writing technologies.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course focuses on teaching students the proper nursing care of the healthy and ill child in all stages of his or her life as a unique individual with special needs and characteristics within the family and the community context. The focus is on primary health care for children in different age groups. This care includes the prevention of health problems, as well as the treatment and the rehabilitation in case of illness. In addition, the course focuses on the application of the nursing process in the care of children and adolescents as well as providing care for children with various health problems.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course contains the skills necessary for nursing care of healthy as well as ill children and adolescents. The students will be able to perform health assessment to the newborn child, as well as to the children and adolescents at different stages of their lives. Then, the students will compose a comprehensive plan to meet the clients physical and psychological needs, and implement the plan of care in accordance with the nursing process.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course aims at providing physical, psychological, emotional, social and economic care for women and their families. The focus is on providing health care through the application of the nursing process steps. Emphasis will be placed on maintaining women's health during the reproductive years , which includes: pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum periods, It also includes fetal growth and development, the immediate care of the newborn and family planning and gynecological problems.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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The course focuses on the application of the principles of primary health nursing care, which include maintaining the health of women and prevention of the disease through the application of the nursing process steps. The student's education and training in this course will accentuate the application of skills related to nursing care of women during pregnancy, childbirth and after childbirth, as well as learning the skills related to family planning methods and caring for women with various diseases.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course introduces the students to the basic concepts of reproductive health. It emphasizes safe motherhood and fatherhood, women's, men's and adolescent reproductive health across the different stages of their physical, psychological and social life. Topics such as benign and malignant tumors of the reproductive system and sexually transmitted diseases will be addressed. Emphasis is placed on early detection, prevention and the provision of nursing care. The clinical part of the course provides the students with the opportunity to apply various learnt concepts through well-organized training activities in a variety of clinical and community settings.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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The purpose of this course is to introduce the undergraduate nursing student to the research process as presented in professional nursing literature. It aims at introducing the basic concepts of research, its nature, purposes, methods, literature review and data collection, analysis & utilization. Emphasis will be on the applicability and implementation of the research process to nursing and health related problems. The course provide the students with the opportunity to prepare for research projects.
Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course introduces the student to the history, current issues and problems influencing nursing practice and education and possible approaches in dealing with them. Discussion of recent trends in nursing services and nursing education and their possible application to the nursing profession will be covered. The course focuses on ethical issues in nursing profession and their significance while providing nursing care.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to provide the student with the essential knowledge and skills related to the latest concepts in family and community health, and how to work as a community health nurse. The students will understand the principles of environmental health, and ways to provide nursing care and health education in different settings, including health care centers, homes, schools, factories and associations dealing with clients with special needs and with the elderly.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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This course is designed to help the student to gain good broad perspective of community health nursing. Emphasis will be on the family in the community. Knowledge and skills learned previously are used to guide the concepts of the individuals within the family and the family within the community either in illness or in wellness. Concepts of the nursing process within the family and self care framework are applied. Analysis of roles and interactions of the community health nurse with the individual family and community is to be worked upon (such as nursing roles in school health, occupational health, and roles for clients with special needs, in addition to providing nursing care to the elderly. Related topics to the family and community health will be discussed.
Community Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorCommunity Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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​University optional requirement

Clinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorClinical NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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​This course is designed to introduce nursing students to the professional challenges from a global perspective. The course teaches and trains students to provide nursing care for individuals from diverse cultures. It is prepared to equip students with a solid intellectual foundation enabling them to be part of the creative globalized environment. Through careful reading and research about the major global issues, students will learn about the importance and the sensitive nature of these challenges and the need to cope with these issues.

Maternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing1.BachelorMaternal and Child Health NursingBachelor of Science in Nursing
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