Associate Degree Nursing
Course Descriptions - 3rd Semester



REGN 35 - Health and Illness III
REGN 35 is a required course for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. This course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. Building upon the content of the REGN 25 and REGN 25P, the students will expand their knowledge of medical-surgical nursing. Concepts emphasized include family, communication, health promotion, illness prevention, teaching, cultural sensitivity, nusring process, critical thinking, legal-ethical issues and advocacy.

REGN 35P - Professional Nursing Practicum III
REGN 35P is a required course for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta CollegeThis course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. Building upon the content of the REGN 25 and REGN 25P, students will expand​ the fundamental clinical nursing skills they mastered. Advanced psychomotor skills will be introduced. Students will have a variety of client assignments in medical-surgical care, with special assignments in a diagnostic imaging areas. Students will progress from providing nursing care for a single client to providing care for several increasingly complex clients. Emphasis is placed on the integration of theory and the nursing process into the clinical setting by use of organizational tools, clinical papers, nursing care planning, chart review, and clinical conferences.


REGN 36 - Child and Adolescent Care
REGN 36 is one of the required course for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. This course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. The course provides the conceptual basis of nursing care for pediatric clients and their families in acute and community based settings. This course introduces the student to the care of the well child, the child with special needs and the child with acute and chronic health care needs. A strong emphasis on maintaining the dignity of the child and promoting health growth and development, even during illness, will be evident. Students will also examine the role of the family and the importance of it to the care of the child. Clinical will focus on both well children and children with health care needs. IN addition to on-campus meetings, a portion of the course communication and activities will take place via the internet. Students will need internet access.


REGN 36P - Professional Nursing Practicum: Child and Adolescent Care
REGN 36P is one of the required courses for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. This course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. The course provides the clinical basis of nursing care for pediatric clients and their families in acute and community based settings. This course introduces the student to the care of the well child, the child with special needs and the child with acute and chronic health care needs. A strong emphasis on maintaining the dignity of the child and promoting health growth and development, even during illness, will be evident. Students will also examine the role of the family and the importance of it to the care of the child. Clinical will focus on both well children and children with health care needs. IN addition to on-campus meetings, a portion of the course communication and activities will take place via the internet. Students will need internet access.


REGN 37 - Maternal and Infant Care
REGN 37 is a required course for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. This course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. The students will examine the fundamentals of obstetrical and neonatal client nursing. Concepts emphasized include family, communication, health promotion, illness prevention, teaching, cultural sensitivity, growth and development, nursing process, critical thinking, legal-ethical issues and advocacy.


REGN 37P - Professional Nursing Practicum: Maternal and Infant Care
REGN 37P is one of the required courses for the Associate Degree Nursing program at Shasta College. This course is one of six co-requisite courses that comprise the third semester of the ADN program. The course provides the clinical basis of nursing care for obstetric and neonate clients in acute and community based settings. This course introduces the student to the care of the maternal child and laboring client. Clinical will focus on both the normal and complex delivery.


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