BIO 151 Holistic Physiology for Nurses - 4 credit hours (30 theory - 20 lab)
Overview and review of the human body structures learned in the Holistic Anatomy course. This course will focus more on the physiology (or how) the individual body systems work independently and together to promote balance and optimal functioning of the human being. Students will have opportunity to learn through doing in the weekly simulated laboratory experience.
COM 110 Therapeutic Communication - 3 credit hours (30 theory)
Integrated beginning communication course to outline the key components and approaches to effective communication with clients, peers and other health care providers. Students will participate in a simulated learning experience to practice learned techniques in a controlled environment. A presentation will be included to assist the student in teamwork and public speaking.
ENG 101 Basic Composition - 3 credit hours (30 theory)
Review of basic components of the English language. Involves writing based on logic, primary research techniques and student's own personal experiences. All writings will highlight APA organization and formatting.
ENG 102 Advanced Composition - 3 credit hours (30 theory)
Composition of formal essays, reviews and reference papers based on the study of logic and current library research. Writing will stress APA organization, the logic of argument, referencing techniques and use of Standard English.
HOL 101 Holistic Practice and Philosophical Foundations - 2 credit hours (20 theory)
Foundational course to introduce the student to the concepts utilized in providing holistic health care. The student learner will also begin to identify the needed components of a balanced lifestyle to promote optimal health. A brief introduction of alternative care modalities will be provided.
HOL 200 Holistic Perspectives and Interventions II - 4 credit hours (30 theory - 10 lab)
This course continues the overview and practice of holistic interventions began in Holistic interventions I. Five additional holistic modalities are reviewed and hands-on practice in the five modalities covered in the first level class is continued with additional techniques.
NRS 200 Transitions to Holistic Nursing Practice (for non-OIAH LPN’s) - 2credit hours (10 theory - 10 lab)
This course is designed to guide the traditional LPN-student in planning and initiating personal and professional growth towards future roles as a registered nurse and a holistic care provider. The student will explore Ohio Scope of Practice, clinical environment, routine daily activities and nursing/holistic care process differences between LPN and holistic RN. Students are required to participate in a current professional activity with guidance from the course faculty.
NRS 201 Promoting Psychological Adaptations - 6 credit hours (30theory, 90 clinical)
This course is designed to focus on holistic nursing assessment and intervention for clients and families experiencing alterations specific to the human psychological domain. Students will also explore assessment and intervention of the environmental (social) domain to advance nursing management competencies.
NRS 202 Family Nursing - 6 credit hours (50 theory - 20 lab and 50 clinical)
This course addresses biological, psychological, spiritual, and sociological needs of the human from conception through young adult. Common alterations to adaptation in pregnancy, birthing, and childhood will be reviewed to support holistic nursing interventions. Students will have opportunity to participate in family planning, prenatal, and general pediatric populations clinical care arenas and service learning.
NRS 203 Caring for the Community - 4 credit hours 80 clock hours (30 theory - 50 clinical)
Overview course to introduce holistic nursing practice in a non-traditional environment including out-patient clinics, health departments, community agencies and home visits. The student will explore the influences of politics, economics and cultural norms on the health balance of individuals and communities. Holistic nursing interventions directed toward primary, secondary and tertiary care will be reviewed.
NRS 204 Advanced Nursing Care - 7 credit hours 220 clock hours (50 theory - 170 clinical)
This course is designed to synthesis the major constructs of providing safe, competent holistic nursing care. Each of the health functioning patterns will be reviewed as well as commonly diagnosed alterations and needed client restoration measures. The student will engage in clinical time in health care arenas to practice skills, correlate theory, prioritize and manage care flow processes including delegation.
NRS 205 Nursing Management for Person and Professional Growth - 2 credit hours 20 clock hours (20 Theory)
Exploratory course designed to assist the student establish a commitment to life-long learning in regards to personal growth issues, therapeutic modalities, and leadership potential with in the Profession of Nursing. Theories and principles of leadership, role change strategies, expectations of professional nurses and current practice issues in the nursing community will be addressed.
NRS 207 Integrated Science and Environmental Nursing - 4 credit hours, 50 clock hours (30 theory, 20 lab)
Integrated course focusing on the morphology and physiology of microorganisms and traditional prevention interventions as well as holistic approaches to reduce susceptibility of the host. Laboratory experience to help students visualize and apply the concepts taught in theory.
NRS 209 E-Nursing Concepts - 2 credit hours, 20 clock hours (20 theory)
Overview course to highlight advantages and challenges in the use of technology in the therapeutic nurse-client relationship. Emerging legal and ethical issues are reviewed in light of the purported advanced medical outcomes. Students will have opportunity to utilize actual technology documentation systems and practice with correct APA formatting for written work.
NRS 210 LPN-RN Role Transitions (for continuing OIAH LPN’s) - 1 credit hour, 10 clock hours(10 theory)
This course is designed to guide the LPN-student in planning and initiating person and professional growth towards future role as a registered nurse. The student will explore Ohio Scope of Practice, clinical environment and routine daily activities differences between for the LPN and RN. Students are required to participate in a current professional activity with guidance from the course faculty.
NRS 211 Professional Transitions - 1 credit hour, 10 clock hours (10 theory)
Faculty guided, independent study module to assist the student to prepare for the NCLEX-RN. The course will consist of tailored theory instruction based upon practice NCLEX exam outcomes and study skill preferences. Students must achieve the minimal passing percentile to graduate and attain authorization to take the state licensure exam.
PSY 102 Psychology for Holistic Nursing Practice - 4 credit hours, 40 clock hours (40 theory)
A theoretical approach to psychological issues pertinent to the holistic model. Course will cover history and methods, learning and memory, consciousness theories, personality theories, stress management, gender