NURS 3510 Nursing Practice 6 (0,3,6P)

Credits: 4 credits
Delivery: Campus

The content and the application of concepts in this course focus on the role of the nurse in the promotion of community and societal health. This course is intended to be a companion course to NURS 3510. In seminar discussion and in practice settings, students apply concepts such as community development, capacity building, and emancipatory teaching and learning. The political and advocacy role of the nurse is also explored, as an emphasis is placed on applying the concepts of social justice and equity. Students also continue to develop their competencies in relational practice with a focus on community and society as client.
Prerequisite: NURS 3170 or Registered Nurse (RN) diploma
Corequisite: NURS 3500 Required Seminar: NURS 3510S
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