NUR220 - Nur220 Ccc: Gerontology/maternal Infant Settings Practicum
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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.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Successful completion of the classroom and practicum components of the course will enable students to consistently demonstrate the ability to:
1. Establish caring-healing relationships with culturally diverse clients and their families.
2. Demonstrate clinical decision-making using critical thinking and informed by current evidence and nursing theory.
3. Demonstrate professional responsibility & accountability in classroom and practicum settings.
In Older Adult Settings:
1. Explore the meaning of aging in diverse cultures.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the lived experience of healthy aging to elders and their families.
3. Apply knowledge from nursing and other disciplines in the provision of care to elders experiencing health challenges.
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