The RN Residency in Pediatrics Program 

    at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles City College’s Nursing Program in partnership with Childrens Hospital Los Angeles offers the Registered Nurse Residency in Pediatrics Program. For information contact the Registered Nursing Department located in the LACC Cub Center (aka Cafeteria Building) or contact  Childrens Hospital directly at 323) 660-2450 extension 5871. The program includes:

 

RN 150/99A: 3 units  

Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

Prerequisite: RN110 Advanced Medical/Surgical Nursing and RN111 Nursing Leadership and Management or equivalent              

This course emphasizes the competency assessment, program performance improvement, spiritual assessment, patient relations and pediatric emergencies. It is designed for students who have completed an R.N. program.

 

RN 151/99B: 4 units

Professional Development and Hospital Safety

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes nursing research, delegation in nursing practice, effective communication skills and safety practices within a hospital setting.

 

RN 152/99C: 4.5 units

Family Centered Care and Psychosocial Issues

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes the elements, principles, ethics and procedures in family-centered care as well as psychosocial issues in the nursing field.

 

RN 153/99D: 2 units

Growth and Development and Nutritional Care

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes growth and development of a child focusing on nutrition.

 

RN 154/99E: 5 units

Patient Assessment

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes the initial assessment of pediatric patients including respiratory, cardiology gastrointestinal issues.

 

RN 155/99F: 5 units

Medications and Fluids/Issues in Patient Care Management

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes the medications and fluids including blood and water. In addition, emergency patient care matters such as respiratory and cardiology will be included.

 

RN 156/99G: 2.5 units 

Group Dynamics: Coping with Stress in Pediatric Care

Co-requisite: RN 150/99A Orientation to Pediatric Nursing

This course emphasizes the confidentiality of small groups, ground rules, debriefing, journal writing, how to handle stress and the grief process.

 


 

nursing, Registered

Ronda Mintz-Binder, Dean     Cub Center  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2065

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/nursing/index.html

 

REGISTERED NURSING 103

NURSING PHARMACOLOGY

(CSU) - 1 UNIT

Corequisite: Registered Nursing 104.

This introductory course for first semester nursing students focuses on most frequently prescribed medications and their side effects and possible interactions that are used in health care settings today.

6100                  8:00-9:10      Th                 Staff                                                          FH203

REGISTERED NURSING 104

NURSING FOUNDATIONS

(CSU) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisites: Math 115, English 101, Sociology 1, Psychology 1, Psychology 41, Physiology 1, and Microbiology 20.

This introductory nursing course provides theoretical concepts and fundamental skills required for safe patient care. The Roy Adaptation Model nursing process is introduced as the conceptual framework for practice. Critical thinking and psychomotor skills are enhanced during clinical component.

6101     lec         9:30-11:40    Th                Manchester        FH119

&          lec         9:30-11:40    M                 Tokunow           FH119

Or         lab         7:00-1:30      TW               Manchester   CUBCNTR/FIELD

Or         lab         7:00-1:30      TW               Tokunow      CUBCNTR/FIELD

Or         lab         7:00-1:30      TW               Austin          CUBCNTR/FIELD

(8 Week Class - Starts 08/29/2005, Ends 10/20/2005)                                       

REGISTERED NURSING 105

BEGINNING MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING

(CSU) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Registered Nursing 104.

This course further defines the Roy Adaptation Model Nursing process as the applied framework for nursing care. Students are introduced to common medical-surgical health problems. Theoretical concepts and nursing skills will be applied in the clinical setting.

6105     lec         9:30-12:00    Th                Manchester         FH119A

&          lec         9:30-12:00    M                 Tokunow            FH119A

&          lab         7:00-3:00      TW               Manchester        FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-3:00      TW               Tokunow           FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-3:00      TW               Austin                FIELD  

(8 Week Class - Starts 10/24/2005, Ends 12/22/2005)

REGISTERED NURSING 108

NURSING CARE OF THE CLIENT WITH PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS

4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Completion of  N107 with a “C” or better

This course is designed to provide correlated theoretical knowledge and clinical experience in the care of the psychiatric patient in the acute care facility. Emphasis will be on the holistic care of clients with mental health problems, cognitive disorders, and/or difficulties in coping with problems of daily living.

6106     lec         9:00-11:15    Th                Levy                 CUBCNTR

&          lab         7:00-2:00      TW               Niemi                 FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-7:30      SSu              Levy                  FIELD  

REGISTERED NURSING 109

INTERMEDIATE MEDICAL/SURGICAL NURSING

5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Completion of Registered N106 and N107 with a “C” or better or meet the requirement for entry as an LVN.

This course provides knowledge and clinical experience in the care of the hospitalized, acutelyill adult and older adult patient whose health care needs require increasingly complez nursing interventions and skills. this course also incorporates a geontology component with clinical practicum. The Roy Adaptation model will be used in conjuction with the nursing process to implement and evaluate care for assigned patients.

6107     lec        8:00-10:45     M                 Farrand             CUBCNTR

&          lab         7:00-3:00      TW               Farrand             FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-3:00      TW               Farrand                                                     FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-3:00      TW                Staff                                                         FIELD 

LVN-RN specially funded students only

6108     lec        12:00-2:45     Th                Farrand             CUBCNTR

&          lab         7:00-3:00      FSat              Farrand             FIELD  

Or         lab         7:00-3:00      FSat              Farrand                                                     FIELD  

REGISTERED NURSING 115

NURSING SKILLS COMPETENCY I

(CSU) - 1 UNIT

Co-requisite: Nursing 104.

This is an adjunct, self-paced laboratory course for nursing students that

provides weekly open entry skills-based laboratory opportunities to work on

procedures and skills taught in concurrent clinical courses. 3 hours per student per week is allotted.

6110     lab         1:00-4:00      M                 Tokunow           CUBCNTR

&          lab         1:00-4:00      Th                Manchester        CUBCNTR

REGISTERED NURSING 117

NURSING SKILLS COMPETENCY III

1 UNIT

Prerequisite: Completion of RN 107 with a “C” or better;.

This is a self-paced laboratory course for nursing students that provides weekly open entry skills-based laboratory opportunities to practice and enhance learned nursing skills.

6112     lab         1:30-3:00      M                 Mintz binder        FH119A

&          lab         3:00-4:45      M                 Farrand             CUBCNTR
 

^RN Residency in Pediatrics Program ^
 

 

personal development

Hector Aguilar, Chair          AD108  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2250

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/personal%20development.htm

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 20

POST SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

This course is designed to provide students with information regarding vocational and professional careers. It describes the scope of a post-secondary education beginning with the primary education through the community college careers to the transfer selection toward the Baccalaureate.

1057                  8:00-9:25      TTh               Staff                                                          FH113

1058                  9:35-11:00    MW                Staff                                                          FH219

1059                 11:10-12:35    MW                Staff                                                          FH206

1060                 12:45-2:10     TTh               Staff                                                          FH229

Evening Classes

3482                  6:50-10:00    M                  Staff                HH102                                         

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 101

LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS

(CSU) - 2 UNITS

Co-requisite: Education 101.

Advisory: Eligibility for English 28.

Learning Strategies for College Success is a comprehensive student success course designed to help students master effective academic strategies, to develop the ability to monitor, evaluate, and adjust their approach to the learning process, and to promote an understanding of human diversity in order to enhance their overall success at LACC. The course creates opportunities for students to become self-managed, effective communicators and a successful part of the campus community.

1061                  1:00-3:15      Th                 Staff                                                          JH103

Evening Classes

3479                  4:00-6:15      W                  Staff                        JH104                             

EDUCATION 101 (See “Education” for course description) 

 

 

PHILOSOPHY

Michael Critelli, Chair       HH200B  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2761

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/philosophy.htm

PHILOSOPHY 1

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY I

(UC:CSU)(CAN PHIL 2) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

The following questions and their relevance to our daily lives will be discussed:  Does life have meaning?  Does God exist?  Do we possess free will?  What is truth?  What is the good life?

ALSO OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTIONal TELEVISION

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

SECTION 8439, 5127 & 5129 MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM by STUDENTS for honors credit

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

1067                  8:00-9:25      MW               Lopez                 HH206

1068                  8:00-9:25      TTh              Critelli                 HH206

1069                  9:35-11:00    MW               Critelli                 FH101

&                       9:35-11:00    MW               Torres                FH101

1070                  9:35-11:00    TTh              Torres                HH202

1071                 11:10-12:35    MW               Critelli                 FH101

&                      11:10-12:35    MW               Torres                FH101

8439                 12:45-2:10     MW               McMahon          HH206

Evening Classes

3483                  3:30-6:40      T                  Lopez                HH202

5127                  3:30-6:40      Th                McMahon                  HH206

3485                  6:50-10:00    M                 Franta               HH206

5129                  6:50-10:00    W                 McMahon                  HH206

PHILOSOPHY 6

LOGIC IN PRACTICE

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course in critical thinking is intended to develop understanding of logical principles and their application to everyday life in such areas as advertising, newspapers, etc.

1073                  8:00-9:25      TTh              Torres                HH202

1080                 11:10-12:35    MW               Lopez                 HH202

Evening Classes

3490                  3:30-6:40      M                 Torres               HH202

3487                  3:30-6:40      Th                Lopez                HH202

3489                  6:50-10:00    T                  Lopez                HH202

PHILOSOPHY 8

DEDUCTIVE LOGIC

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course is designed to develop the ability to think clearly and reason correctly. Traditional formal logic and modern symbolic logic are studied.

1076                  9:35-11:00    TTh              Critelli                 HH206

Evening Classes

3491                  6:50-10:00    Th                McMahon                  HH206

PHILOSOPHY 20

ETHICS

(UC:CSU)(CAN PHIL 4) - 3 UNITS

This course offers a study of historical and contemporary ethical theories as well as a discussion of contemporary moral issues.

1078                 11:10-12:35    TTh              Critelli                 HH206

Evening Classes

3488                  3:30-6:40      W                 McMahon                  HH206

PHILOSOPHY 30

ASIAN PHILOSOPHY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

The philosophies of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism and Zen Buddhism are examined. Consideration given to the differences between Eastern and Western thought.

1075                 11:10-12:35    MW               McMahon          HH206

PHILOSOPHY 32

PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Offers an exposition, discussion and analysis of significant philosophical questions which have been directed at religious beliefs.

1074                 11:10-12:35    TTh              Torres                HH202

PHILOSOPHY 41

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY LITERATURE INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY LITERATURE

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

This class will discuss and analyze major and recurrent philosophical themes as found in European and American literature. Particular emphasis will be given to the philosophical aspects of contemporary works of literature.

1077                  9:35-11:00    MW               Lopez                 HH202

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Joe Dojcsak, Chair               FH28  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2836

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/photography.htm

PHOTOGRAPHY 1

ELEMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

(CSU) - 6 UNITS

Prerequisite: Photography 10 with satisfactory grade or better, or approval of B&W portfolio by instructor prior to enrollment. First meeting of the semester is lecture class.   Advisory:  Photography 28 and English 28 or equivalent.

DO NOT attend Lab class. This is the first class in the degree program.

An intense continuation of Photo 10 with emphasis on professional view camera, studio lighting and darkroom techniques. (Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 is strongly recommended).

1088     lec         9:35-12:45    F                  Marlos                FH4  

&          lab         9:35-12:45    W                 Marlos                FH10 

&          lab        12:45-3:55     W                 Marlos                FH10 

&          lab        12:45-3:55     F                  Marlos                FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 3

BASIC COMMERCIAL FIELDS

(A) - 6 UNITS

Prerequisite: Photography 1 with a satisfactory grade.

Advisory: Photography 1, Photography 28 and English 28/31 with a satisfactory grade or better.

Concept, design and specialization subject lighting for commercial advertising is emphasized. Studio electronic flash and accessories are utilized. Color 4X5 transparancies and prints and black and white enlarging is incorporated in assignments. Estimated material cost is approximately $250. Owning camera equipment is recommended but not essential.

1092     lec         9:35-12:45    W                 Okamura            FH4  

&          lab         9:35-12:45    M                 Okamura            FH10 

&          lab        12:45-3:55     M                 Okamura            FH10 

&          lab        12:45-3:55     W                 Okamura            FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 7

EXPLORING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28/31 or equivalent.

A practical course in the uses and applications of professional digital cameras.  Camera controls and elements of composition will be stressed. Professional digital cameras may be provided by the department for student use. Students may use their own cameras to supplement assignments. Owning a digital camera is not a requirement.

1090     lec         9:35-12:45    Sat                Fermi                 FH4  

PHOTOGRAPHY 10

BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 and English 28.

First meeting of the semester is lecture class. DO NOT attend Lab class.

An introductory class in basic 35mm single lens reflex camera, composition and black and white printing.

1086     lec         1:15-3:25      M                  Staff                                                          FH4  

&          lab         9:35-12:35    M                  Staff                                                          FH10 

1089     lec         1:15-3:25      T                  Okamura            FH4  

&          lab         9:35-12:35    T                  Okamura            FH10

1096     lec         1:15-3:25      F                  Auerbach            FH4  

&          lab         9:35-12:35    F                  Auerbach            FH10 

Evening Classes

3496     lec         8:10-10:20    T                  Nelson              FH4  

&          lab         5:00-8:10      T                  Nelson              FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 28

LABORATORY PROCESSES

(RPT 3) (A) - 1 UNIT

Advisory: English 28 with a satisfactory grade or better.

Register for, but DO NOT attend this class until you are advised to do so by the instructor of your primary Photography class (such as Photo 10 or Photo 1).

8442     lab         9:35-12:45    M                 Okamura            FH10 

8444     lab         9:35-12:45    T                  Okamura            FH10 

8446     lab         9:35-12:45    W                 Marlos                FH10 

8452     lab         9:35-12:45    F                  Auerbach            FH10 

8443     lab        12:55-4:05     M                 Okamura            FH10 

8449     lab        12:55-4:05     W                 Okamura            FH10 

8451     lab        12:55-4:05     Th                Marlos                FH10 

8456     lab        12:55-4:05     F                  Marlos                FH10 

8450     lab         3:10-Hrs       TBA              Okamura            FH10 

8445     lab         3:10-Hrs       TBA              Marlos                FH10 

Evening Classes

3497     lab         5:00-8:10      T                  Nelson              FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 33

ADVANCED LABORATORY PROCESSES

(RPT 3) (A) - 1 UNIT

Prerequisite: Photography 28 with a satisfactory grade or better.

Advisory: English 28.

This course will concentrate on lab instruction designed to familiarize students with safety factors and the technology of film and paper pro­­­­­­­­­­­cesses.

8453     lab         3:10-Hrs       TBA              Marlos                FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 34

HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28.

A survey of the historical development of the medium including major technological inventions and advancements, styles and movements, and important photographers from 1826 through the 1960’s.

Evening Classes

3498                  6:00-9:10      Th                Staff                 FH4

PHOTOGRAPHY 42

PRINTING COLOR NEGATIVES

(A) - 6 UNITS

Prerequisite: Photography 1 with a satisfactory grade or better.

Advisory: English 28.

This course develops the ability to light, expose, and process color negative film and produce color photos.

Cost of materials is approximately $200.

1087     lec         9:35-12:45    T                  Marlos                FH4  

&          lab        12:45-3:55     T                  Marlos                FH10

&          lab        9:35-12:45     Th                Marlos                FH10  

&          lab        12:45-3:55     Th                Marlos                FH10 

PHOTOGRAPHY 46

PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGITAL IMAGING (PHOTOSHOP 7.0)

(A) - 3 UNITS

Art and cinema majors: please see instructor prior to enrollment.

This digital imaging course incorporates the use of computers and photo digitizing software to alter, enhance, and create new images that can be output to film and print media.

1095     lec         9:35-11:55    F                  Okamura            CC147

&          lab        12:55-3:55     F                  Okamura            CC147

PHOTOGRAPHY 50

Specialty Fields

(RPT 3) (A) - 3 UNITS tc "(RPT 3) (A) - 3 UNITS "

Prerequisite: Photography 3 with a satisfactory grade.

An independent study course designed to create a photography portfolio. This class is designed for advanced students and gives special attention to their individual concepts and goals.

8461     lab         9:40-Hrs       TBA              Marlos                FH10 

 

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