Clinical Courses In Nursing

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What kinds of clinical courses will you take when becoming a nurse?

Clinical Courses In Nursing

When studying for your RN degree, a large part of your schooling will involve clinical courses. Clinical courses allow you to put into practice the knowledge you learn in a classroom setting, giving you hands-on experience in various situations. Here are some examples of clinical RN courses you will take:

• Drug Administration – gives nurses experience in dosing and administering drugs

• Maternity Nursing – gives nurses experience in assisting women and their families during their reproductive years and during the birth process

• Nursing the Emotionally Ill – gives nurses experience in administering to patients with psychosocial and emotional illnesses

• Nursing of Children – gives specific experience in nursing children, from infants through adolescents

   

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