Jun 18, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 81 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog, Volume 81 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NURS - 215. Owning your Practice

3 credit(s)
The Program Student Learning Outcomes provide the framework for this course and units. This course will require the student to analyze and apply a variety of high order concepts as they relate to the students current and future practice. In this course students will continue to build upon the curriculum concepts by formulating a variety of responses, plans and scenarios demonstrating the student’s ability to make sound, evidence - based clinical judgments. It is the expectation that the student will be also be able to interconnect concepts and evaluate how concepts work together to make holistic patient-centered plans of care. For this expectation, all of the concepts and exemplars will be included as part of the syllabus. Students will detail ways to improve their future clinical decisions and exact changes in culture and policy in their future roles as Registered Professional Nurses. Students will utilize reflective writing to differentiate between the roles and responsibilities of the student nurse and the novice nurse, demonstrating a full understanding of their current and futures roles and the expectations and responsibilities of those roles. Course objectives will be met through a variety of required assignments including online discussion forums, individual writing assignments and concept mapping.

Note: Offered by Belanger School of Nursing. Specialized professional courses, restricted to students who have been admitted into Nursing Program.

Prerequisite(s): NURS 208  . 
Attribute: ARTS

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