NUR320 - Nur320 Ccc: Common Health Challenges Practicum
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Nur320 Ccc: Common Health Challenges Practicum
The NUR 320 Practicum experience consists of 12 hours a week x 12 weeks. Nursing students will be assigned to one medical or surgical area with a clinical instructor for the entire Semester. Students must provide their own transportation to practice placements.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Successful completion of NUR 320 Practicum 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
Cheating and Plagiarism
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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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