(10 credits) 370 hours clinical experience
This precepted experience provides opportunity for students to demonstrate a full scope of professional nursing practice. Students will care for selected persons (individual, family, community, population) in a variety of nursing practice settings, using health promotion, primary health care and population health strategies. Students will exemplify evidence based, ethical, safe and effective nursing care, and demonstrate critical thinking, caring inquiry, reflection, autonomy and collaborative practice in preparation for graduation. It is expected that the student will integrate all previous theoretical and practical knowledge.
Prerequisites: Nursing 4111, Nursing 4112, 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.