Nurse Remedial Course Offered on Collier, Lee campuses

Nov 19, 2012

Edison State College is the only state-approved program in Southwest Florida to offer this State-required Nurse Remedial course. This is an intensive program of 96 hours of didactic and clinical experiences designed for the Registered Nurse and LPN reentering the work force and the Graduate Nurse in need of remediation.

 

Classes are held on Saturdays and clinical hours are scheduled on weekends. The 2013 Classes begin January 19th on the Collier Campus and on February 2nd on the Lee Campus.

 

The curriculum includes a comprehensive review of anatomy, psychology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, the nursing process and current trends in nursing.  Emphasis is placed on the National Patient Safety Goals and how these goals improve the delivery of safe patient care.  Lectures, home studies, skills lab and acute hospital clinical experiences are all provided in a relaxed atmosphere to promote learning.

 

Edison State College has partnered with local hospital facilities to ensure the best possible learning experience in the clinical environments. All 96 required clinical hours are prescheduled and provide clinical experience in medical, surgical, obstetric, pediatric, geriatric nursing and psychiatric nursing.

 

This program provides theoretical instruction and clinical application in personal, family, and community health concepts; nutrition; human growth and development throughout the life span; body structure and function; interpersonal relationship skills; mental health concepts; pharmacology and administration of medications; and legal aspects of practice.  This program also provides theoretical instruction and clinical application in interpersonal relationships and leadership skills; professional role and function; and health teaching and counseling skills.

 

For more information and to register, call Terry Grodzki at 239-433-6963.