Nursing Foundations II: Basic Nursing - NFDN 1002

Credit(s): 7 | Hours: Lecture - 45, Lab - 60, Work Experience - , Other - 0

This second nursing foundations course builds on the theory and skills learned in Term 1, with a focus on the client and the nurse-client relationship. Topics include the metaparadigm of nursing, safety, professionalism, and leadership, with a focus on the application of these concepts to the client. Emphasis will be placed on using the nursing process, demonstrating critical thinking, applying the concept of self-care, and setting priorities. Students develop nursing care plans tailored to client needs, demonstrate effective documentation, mathematical calculations, communication, and client-teaching skills. In the lab setting, students apply theory, practise skills, and competently perform the selected nursing skills required for effective clinical practice.

Prerequisites: ENGL 2550, HEAS 1000, NFDN 1001 Co-requisite: PHAR 1000 Restricted to Practical Nurse and PN for Internl Educated Nurses (some class sections of this course may not be open to PN for Internl Educated Nurses)

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