NUR101 - Nur101 Health and Healing I:wellness Across The Lifespan
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Nur101 Health and Healing I:wellness Across The Lifespan
This course will be comprised of three classroom hours and one hour of application of theory each week. Students will explore in class the concepts related to health and wellness, determinants of health, culture and diversity, teaching and learning, communication and caring for the self as client. Florence Nightingale?s theory will be used to ground the exploration of these concepts.
Students will focus on examining their own and family members? health and health promotion practices and explore their experiences in the weekly praxis session.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Explore the meaning of health and healing of individuals who live in relation with others and the world.
2. Recognize the unique human experiences and meanings related to health and healing throughout the lifespan.
3. Examine the physiological, psychological, spiritual, socio-cultural, economic and ecological determinants of health and healing with awareness that the experience of being human is expressed in a holistic way.
4. Examine holistic caring modalities that may be used to enhance the health and healing of others.
5. Recognize that the process of living health provides opportunities for growth, self-awareness, change, and self-actualization.
6. Explore the principles and practices related to therapeutic communication, and teaching/learning of individuals throughout the lifespan.
7. Demonstrate professional responsibility, accountability and collaboration in the classroom.
Health - definition/Determinants of Health
Health/Nightingale's Theory healthy lifestyle
Wellness across the lifespan (holistic approach, including physical, emotional, mental, relational wellness, including issues such as stress, self-concept/self-esteem, nutrition, sexuality, spirituality, safety
Therapeutic communication skills
Teaching learning theory
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