English for Specific Purposes II
This course focuses on the language and communication skills that medical students need to make consultations more effective using five elements of good communication: verbal communication, active listening, voice management, non-verbal communication and cultural awareness. The course teaches learners how to sensitively handle a range of situations such as taking a patient history and breaking bad news etc.
This course provides instructional and clinical learning experiences in the provision of evidence-based healthcare to individuals, families and groups experiencing mental health issues. The course covers theoretical approaches to mental health/illness, the patterns of behavior of the child, adolescent and adult, and the corresponding nursing care.
HUAN 200,PHYL 201,BIOC 200
This course emphasizes the pivotal role nurses play in the administration of drugs to patients in various health care settings. It stresses the serious and critical responsibility that nurses must execute while administering medications to clients with knowledge, thoroughness and keen observation. It includes a presentation of the chemistry, pharmacological effects, therapeutic usefulness and toxicity of drugs.
Nursing Care of Adults I
NURS 201,PATH 200,NURS 202,ENGL 200,HUAN 200,PHYL 201,NURS 200
This course provides introduction to the safe, patient-centered care of adult medical-surgical patients. An emphasis is placed on the utilization of the nursing process and evidence based practice when caring for patients with common problems that have predictable outcomes in a variety of health care settings.
Obstetrical & Gynecological Nursing
NURS 201,NURS 202,HUAN 200,PHYL 201,PHCO 300
The Course is designed to provide both relevant instructional and clinical learning experiences for the students, in providing care to the childbearing family in the reproductive phase of the family life cycle. The clinical component provides the student the opportunity to care for the family during pregnancy, labor and after delivery.
Nursing Care of Adults II
All courses of Third year (level 5)
Introduction to the safe, patient-centered care of adult medical-surgical patients. An emphasis is placed on the utilization of the nursing process and evidence based practice when caring for patients with common problems that have predictable outcomes in a variety of health care settings.
This course offers an introduction to the major areas of sociological studies. Through critical examination of key sociological concepts, students will gain some insight into contemporary social life and develop skills to critically examine our social environment. The course also introduces sociology as a way of analyzing the complex, multi-cultural world in which we live.
Epidemiology & Biostatistics
This is an introductory course in the basic principles of epidemiology and biostatistics. The course introduces the students to methods of organizing and summarizing data; the normal distribution; methods of inference; estimation, testing hypotheses, analysis of variance, and measures and tests of association; and vital statistics.
Bachelor of Nursing