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Drummonds, Deborah Ms.

Nursing
RN MN CCRN CCN

(229)-391-5038
ddrummonds@abac.edu


Mrs. Drummonds  RN, MN, CCRN, CEN received her Bachelor Degree in Nursing in 1975 from Jacksonville State University.  She also received her Masters of Nursing in Adult-Health/ Critical -Care  Nursing  in 1992 from Emory University.

Ms. Drummonds holds current certifications in Critical care Nursing  (CCRN) , and EmergencyNursing ( CEN),  and is an Instructor of Advanced Cardiac Life Support ( ACLS), and Instructor of  Basic Life Support (BLS).

Ms. Drummonds has been an NCLEX reviewer since 1995, and has been and item writer for the NCLEX exam, and Emergency Nursing Associations.

Mrs. Drummonds is an assistant professor of Nursing for the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.  NURS2210/B (Medical/ Surgical Nursing), NURS2211/B (Entry into Professional Practice); and  PNUR 1912 (Comprehensive Concept Enrichment Independent Study. Mrs. Drummonds is the Preceptor Coordinator for senior nursing students.

 

NURS 2210 NURSING VIII- MEDICAL/SURGICAL THREE.  4 hours.  Course Coordinator

Prerequisite: NURS 2207 & 2208 with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209 & 2211. This course is a study of clients with cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary, immunological, neurological, integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and psychosocial dysfunctions. The major focus of this course is on utilization of the nursing process to care for clients experiencing complex and/or multiple dysfunctions. Lecture/Clinical (3-0-3). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2211 NURSING IX- ENTRY INTO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE.  3 hours.

Prerequisites: NURS 2207 & 2208 with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209 & 2210. This course is a study of the leadership and management component of registered nursing. The student learns to synthesize and apply previously learned theories and principles to client situations involving a variety of ages, cultures and situations. The leadership/manager role of the registered nurse is addressed. Employability skills are discussed. Lecture/Clinical (2-0-3). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2210B NURSING VI- MEDICAL/SURGICAL THREE.  4 hoursCourse / Preceptor Coordinator

Prerequisite: NURS 2207B & 2208B with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209B & 2211B. This course is a study of clients with cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary, immunological, neurological, integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and psychosocial dysfunctions. The major focus of this course is on utilization of the nursing process to care for clients experiencing complex and/or multiple dysfunctions. Clinical experience incorporates preceptor experiences and includes evaluation of community project. Lecture/Clinical (3-0-3). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2211B NURSING VII- ENTRY INTO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. 3 hours.

Prerequisite: NURS 2207B & 2208B. Co-requisite: NURS 2209B & 2210B. This course is a study of the leadership and management component of registered nursing. The student learns to synthesize and apply previously learned theories and principles to client situations involving a variety of ages, cultures and situations. The leadership/manager role of the registered nurse is addressed. Employability skills are discussed. Clinical builds on prior health care experience. Lecture/Clinical (2-0-3). Fall, Spring.

PNUR 1912 COMPREHENSIVE CONCEPT ENRICHMENT INDEPENDENT STUDY. 4 hours.

Prerequisite: NURS 2209/2209B, NURS 2210/2210B, NURS 2211/2211B with a grade of “C” or higher. Co-requisite: SCIE 1003 strongly encouraged. This course is designed to assist the student to master major nursing concepts from all the courses in the nursing curriculum. Client need categories and the integrated processes identified by the NCLEX-RN test plan provide the framework for this course. Client need categories include safe, effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance, psychosocial integrity and physiological integrity. Integrated processes include the nursing process, caring, communication, documentation and teaching and learning. Spring, Summer.

PNUR 1920 ABAC NURING RESIDENCY PROGRAM.

9 hours. This course is designed

Resources

NURS 2210 NURSING VIII- MEDICAL/SURGICAL THREE. 4 hours. Course Coordinator

Resources/Links

» American Assoc. of Critical Care Nursing
» Emergency Nursing Association

Prerequisite: NURS 2207 & 2208 with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209 & 2211.
This course is a study of clients with cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary, immunological, neurological, integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and psychosocial dysfunctions. The major focus of this course is on utilization of the nursing process to care for clients experiencing complex and/or multiple dysfunctions. Lecture/Clinical (3-0-3). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2210B NURSING VI- MEDICAL/SURGICAL THREE. 4 hours

Resources/Links
NURS 2210B NURSING VI- MEDICAL/SURGICAL THREE. 4 hours. Course / Preceptor Coordinator

Prerequisite: NURS 2207B & 2208B with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209B & 2211B. This course is a study of clients with cardiovascular, endocrine, genitourinary, immunological, neurological, integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and psychosocial dysfunctions. The major focus of this course is on utilization of the nursing process to care for clients experiencing complex and/or multiple dysfunctions. Clinical experience incorporates preceptor experiences and includes evaluation of community project. Lecture/Clinical (3-0-3). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2211 NURSING IX- ENTRY INTO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. 3 hours.

Resources/Links
NURS 2211 NURSING IX- ENTRY INTO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. 3 hours.

Prerequisites: NURS 2207 & 2208 with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209 & 2210. This course is a study of the leadership and management component of registered nursing. The student learns to synthesize and apply previously learned theories and principles to client situations involving a variety of ages, cultures and situations. The leadership/manager role of the registered nurse is addressed. Employability skills are discussed. Lecture/Clinical (2-0-3). Fall, Spring.