(3 credits) 120 hours clinical experience (full time over 3-4 weeks)
This course is a consolidation experience in which students use health promotion and primary health care approaches to provide holistic care to a diversity of adults and families experiencing illness in acute hospital settings. Students will exemplify evidence based, ethical, safe and effective nursing care, and demonstrate critical thinking, caring inquiry, reflection and collaborative practice, while integrating previous and current theoretical and practical knowledge. The course prepares students for the transition to autonomous practice in NURS 5114.
Pre or Co-requisites: Nursing 3102 and 3104.
Co-requisite: Nursing 4111 and one of Nursing 4113, 4465, Health 4462, Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 5531, 5551, Advanced Studies in Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing 5503 or Forensic Studies 5505.