Overview

Clinical Experience PN

This professional practice course enables practical nursing stream students to apply concepts from previous courses in clinical practice settings across the health-illness continuum to provide care that is client-centred, safe, ethical, and compassionate. When planning, implementing, evaluating, and documenting client care, students use evidence informed and strengths-based approaches to develop therapeutic relationships with clients and families to optimize client health outcomes. Students have opportunities to integrate their nursing knowledge and further develop their clinical skill performance, time management, and leadership abilities. Students incorporate the principles and processes of critical thinking, critical inquiry, relational practice, risk management, priority setting, and quality improvement in the clinical practice setting. The Registered Practical Nurse's (RPN) roles and responsibilities as a member of the client's interprofessional circle of care team are emphasized.
Course Code:
NRSG-5023
Area of Interest:
Health, Food & Medical
Prerequisites:

Take NRSG-5037 (Pre-Clinical Readiness PN)

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