Oct 22, 2021  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NURS 415 - Concepts in Professional Nursing


(4 S.H.) (3 S.H. theory/1 S.H. practicum) (Baccalaureate Completion Program)

This course serves to assist in the transition of the RN-BS Completion student as they build on prior nursing education and identify with the baccalaureate nursing major. The student is introduced to the Winona State University Department of Nursing curriculum/organizing framework that serves as the base upon which to build their future career in nursing. Evidence-based teaching-learning theory and skills will provide the basis for teaching health promotion to a young learner population. Analysis of a political issue related to health care delivery will foster an appreciation of the political process within the baccalaureate role as a nurse. Holistic caring is related to critical thinking, teaching learning, role development, and nursing practice. Application of critical thinking skills to holistic caring will promote insight into a new vision of professionalism and professional values within this baccalaureate degree for the RN-BS Completion student. Prerequisite/concurrent courses: Admission to RN-BS Completion Program. Co-requisites: ◆ NURS 375 - Evidence-based Research , NURS 435 - Holistic Assessment , △ NURS 475 - Population-Based Health Care I .



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