NURS 4600: Synthesis in Professional Practice (3)

Lecture: 0, Lab: 2, Other: 1

This course focuses on the clinical application of the principles of professional nursing practice. Students will enact the roles of the professional nurse with emphasis on the incorporation of caring behaviors and ethical decision-making. The purpose of the course is to assist students to plan and implement safe, effective, ethical, evidence based practice activities in primary, secondary and tertiary care settings promoting health and preventing illness individuals, families, communities and populations. Students will practice management of resources for patient care while integrating problem-solving and decision making skills. Pre-requisites: NURS 3110, NURS 3330, NURS 3200, NURS 3210, NURS 3410, NURS 4410 Pre- or Co-requisite: NURS 4520