This course is a progressive course as it builds on Clinical Application I. In this course students will be expected to deliver care while utilizing prioritization and critical thinking skills. The expectation is that the student will have a more thorough understanding of the nursing process, theory and professional standards. Students will be expected to perform independent nursing functions and be able to implement empathetic nursing care of the whole person. The students will have opportunities to implement the nursing process and nursing skills in higher acuity health care settings.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Compare the differences in health care beliefs and values while
applying legal and ethical behavior with diverse populations.
- Demonstrate health promotion and disease prevention strategies.
- Prioritize care while being cost effective.
- Interpret client data using evidence based practice, nursing process,
decision making, and critical thinking skills.
- Demonstrate regulatory and professional standards with awareness of
personal beliefs, values, and biases to support compassionate care.
- Demonstrate therapeutic and effective communication with clients and
members of the multidisciplinary team to enhance quality and safety of client
- Utilize effective interventions and technologies to promote personal
and client safety.
- Demonstrate empathetic, compassionate, non-judgmental nursing care
which upholds the value of the whole person.
- Illustrate self-reflection and how it affects the delivery of nursing care.
- Participates as a positive member in a multidisciplinary health care team.
Please see eServices for section availability and current pre-req/test score requirements for this course.