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Nov 4, 2014 by Joe Velez (velezjd)
Aug 15, 2017 by Mary Pearce (marypearce)
NURS 3110W : Transition into the Nursing Profession
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 08:03:26 GMT
Sun, 06 Aug 2017 16:35:37 GMT
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
NURS 4109 : Introduction to Perioperative Nursing
As A Banner Equivalent:
NURS 3110 : Transition into the Nursing Profession
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Transition into the Nursing Profession
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Transition: Nursing Profession
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Values and characteristics of the nursing profession in the context of history and current legal, regulatory, and ethical contexts. Includes a significant engagement in writing as a form of critical inquiry and scholarly expression to satisfy the WID requirement.
1. Describe the evolution of the U.S. health care delivery system
2. Identify, explore and engage with elements of scholarly writing practice.
3. Examine the various roles of the baccalaureate nurse.
4. Discuss how legal, regulatory, and ethical issues are related to the role of the nurse.
5. Identify effective communication strategies with individuals, families, and members of the health care team.
6. Value knowledge of client culture and spirituality.
7. Describe disease prevention and health promotion behaviors and practices, current and emergent.
8. Explore and integrate the theme of “transition” of the second-degree nursing student, as well as the role of self-care in nursing.
9. Examine the role of the nurse in community wellness.
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Student Syllabus NURS 3110W Spring 2017-2 (1).docx
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This course has been approved for Writing in the Discipline.
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