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This required course focuses on leadership theory and management functions essential to professional nursing. Essential skills are communication, interprofessional collaboration, negotiation, delegation, coordination, evaluation of interdisciplinary work, and the application of evidence-based practice models. Clinical experiences focus on enactment of the professional nurse role in a concentrated practicum. Leadership and management principles and clinical judgment skills are applied as students enhance direct care delivery skills, critical thinking and decision-making. (Theory and laboratory).

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The purpose of this elective course is to introduce the student to the Capstone College of Nursing and to help the student develop an awareness of and appreciation for the nursing profession. Emphasis is placed on the advisement process, study skills, professional nursing organizations, an overview of the CCN curriculum, and opportunities in nursing. (Theory).

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Community Health Nursing is a required course that focuses on the knowledge and skill competencies required for community/public health nursing practice. Educational and clinical experiences are community-based, community oriented and population focused. Health promotion, risk reduction and management, and disease prevention for individuals, families, and populations in community settings are emphasized. The course also emphasizes knowledge and practice of illness and disease management in non-institutional environments. (Theory and laboratory).

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Journal of WOCN (Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing)

This online self-paced course is required for Upper Division nursing students who are unsuccessful on two attempts of the : Professional Nursing Practice – Mental Health HESI standardized specialty exam. This course focuses on correcting knowledge deficits related to the mental health patient population. Remediation strategies are designed to assist the student to identify knowledge deficits, synthesize pertinent patient care information, and develop necessary critical thinking and clinical judgment skills to safely and effectively care for a mental health patient population. This course will also facilitate the student’s preparation for success on future nursing standardized exams.

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This course introduces students to the Core Competencies of Interprofessional Practice including: Values/Ethics for Interprofessional Practice, Roles/Responsibilities, Interprofessional Communication and Teams and Teamwork. The course will include both classroom and online teaching approaches and will culminate with an interactive interprofessional simulation in the school of nursing simulation lab.

The Impact of Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and …

This required course focuses on theory, concepts, and management functions essential to professional nursing. Essential skills are therapeutic communication in mental health, identification of practice issues, interprofessional collaboration, evaluation of outcomes, and the application of evidence-based practice models. Actions will be taken to participate in quality improvement by ameliorating or reducing the consequences of mental health problems. These essential skills are designed to provide quality care while improving the mental health of persons and preventing further disability. (Theory and Laboratory).

Journal of Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing

This online self-paced course is required for Upper Division nursing students who are unsuccessful on two attempts of the : Professional Nursing Practice – Adults HESI standardized specialty exam. This course focuses on correcting knowledge deficits related to the adult patient population. Remediation strategies are designed to assist the student to identify knowledge deficits, synthesize pertinent patient care information, and develop necessary critical thinking and clinical judgment skills to safely and effectively care for an adult patient population. This course will also facilitate the student’s preparation for success on future nursing standardized exams.