NUR4828: Role Transition 3
Prerequisite:  NUR 3225 and NUR 3235L and NUR 3816 and NUR 3532 and NUR 3229
Co-requisite: NUR 3167 and NUR 4636 and NUR 4466L and NUR 4492 and NUR 4352
Description: During this course the student demonstrates achievement of program objectives while working in partnership with individuals, families, communities and other health care professionals. This course includes information required for transition from the baccalaureate student role to the role of a professional baccalaureate prepared nurse. The focus is on skills used by the nurse to excel as a clinician, professional leader, communicator and as a citizen. Students use evidence and theories from a variety of disciplines in the provision of culturally sensitive care and the improvement of nursing practice. In addition, the student demonstrates competence in a simulation experience and comprehension of nursing concepts through case study activities. The pre-requisities are:NUR 3225 Adult Health Nursing, NUR 3235L Clinical Practicum II, NUR 3816 Professional Nursing Concepts and NUR 3532 Concepts of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. The co-requisities are: NUR 3167 Nursing Science II, NUR 4636 Community Partnerships, Clinical Practicum III, and NUR 4492 Concepts of Maternity and Women's Health Nursing.