NUR301 - Nur301 Ccc: Common Health Challenges
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Nur301 Ccc: Common Health Challenges
CCC: Common Health ChallengesClassroom discussion focuses on the health and healing of clients experiencing common health challenges. Students systematically and holistically study common alterations in body systems and explore appropriate nursing care using knowledge from nursing and other disciplines. The practicum experience facilitates students' integration of theoretical and practical knowledge and develops students' clinical decision making and practice skills. The practicum experience will occur in either medical or surgical areas. The nursing theorist grounding classroom discussion and guiding clinical practice will be Patterson & Zderad.
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. Provide client-centred care for individuals with common health conditions, demonstrating clinical decision-making and critical thinking informed by current evidence and nursing theory.
3. Demonstrate professional responsibility & accountability in classroom and practicum settings.
4. Differentiate the nurse?s role from other health care professional roles through nursing theoretical knowledge.
5. Demonstrate skilful application of simple nursing therapeutics that meet the current CNO Entry to Practice Competencies
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