(3 credits) 3 hours lecture (Blended Delivery) (6 weeks)
This course precedes HLTH 3211 – Health Alterations and Therapeutics II. This course provides opportunity for International Educated Nurses (IENs) to acquire knowledge and skills for the purpose of developing clinical reasoning, to provide nursing care for a diversity of individuals experiencing alterations in health, using health promotion approaches and resources. IENs will integrate client concerns, with associated pathophysiology, pharmacological therapeutics, and nursing therapeutics.
Prerequisite: English proficiency requirement measured at a CLB of 8 and/or CARNA’s current CELBAN or IELTs requirements.