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HAP201 - Hap 201 - Anatomy and Physiology II
Anatomy and Physiology IIThis course builds on the content covered in Anatomy and Physiology 1 to continue the study of normal anatomy and physiology of the human body. It will provide students with a basis for health assessment, pharmacology, pathophysiology, microbiology and clinical practice.
NUR201 - Nur201 - Ccc: Gerontology and Maternal Infant Settings
This course provides the opportunity to apply classroom learning in a first clinical experience. It is comprised of three classroom hours and 10 clinical hours per week (NUR220). Emphasis in the classroom will be on exploring the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual dimensions of the life transitions of aging and healthy childbearing. Classroom discussion will include the meaning of health and aging, common health challenges experienced in aging, culture and diversity, teaching and learning, communication and caring for these clients and their families. The practicum experience provides the opportunity to develop communication skills through assessments, teaching/learning, developing collaborative relationships with childbearing families and older adults and their families. The nursing theorist grounding classroom discussion and guiding clinical practice will be Watson.
Active learning is essential in this course and thus students need to be prepared to engage in classroom dialogue and activities. Critical thinking and appreciation of differences will be fostered through sharing experiences with peers and nursing colleagues.
NUR203 - Nur203 - Health Assessment
Health and Healing: Health AssessmentThis course will provide students with the basic principles and components of a holistic nursing assessment of individuals across the lifespan. Students will achieve knowledge and skills in communication, interviewing and assessment of the physical status of individuals. Different factors will be explored which affect health assessment including physical, psychosocial, sexual, cultural, spiritual, familial, community and environmental concerns. Students will learn normal and chosen abnormal findings.
NUR220 - Nur220 Ccc: Gerontology/maternal Infant Settings Practicum
CCC: Gerentology/Maternal Infant Settings Pract.This practicum experience provides the opportunity to develop communication skills through assessments, teaching/learning, developing collaborative relationships with childbearing families and elders and their families.
PSY114 - Introduction To Psychology (semester 2)
Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour, emotion, and cognition. This course is the second of the two-part Introduction to Psychology series. This module continues the course emphasis on psychological concepts, principles, and theories. The knowledge and skills acquired in this course ultimately allow students to successfully navigate personal, social, and professional life. Students are encouraged to draw from their own experience as the course progresses.