NURS.1010: Nursing Strategies for Academic Success - Gautam

Instructor

Ramraj Gautam

Email: Ramraj_Gautam@uml.edu
Office: Health and Social Science Building RM 369 (third floor)
Office Phone: 978-934-4398
Office Hours: Tuesdays: 9:30 – 11:30 & Thursdays: 10:30 – 11:30. 

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NURS.1010: Nursing Strategies for Academic Success
College of Health, UMass Lowell

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Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate beginning techniques for communicating effectively with others.
  2. Demonstrate a beginning understanding of the profession of nursing.
  3. Examine skills needed to succeed in college and the nursing program.
  4. Apply academic integrity and critical thinking skills to the study of nursing.
  5. Foster a climate of respect and inclusivity.
  6. Discuss personal wellness and stress management strategies
  7. Employ organizational, time management, and conflict resolution skills.
  8. Recognize personal learning preferences.
  9. Explore techniques for academic reading, writing, note and test taking.
  10. Demonstrate basic American Psychological Association (APA) Style format, library skills and use of campus academic resources. 

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