This course is one of three courses offered through the Biel Patient-Centered Leadership Program without a clinical component. Students apply to the Biel Patient-Centered Leadership Program during their first semester of the nursing program. This course provides an introduction to the profession of nursing in the context of patient-centered leader and provider of ethical care. Throughout the course, the student will gain a deeper understanding of the principles identified in the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics and be able to describe examples of how these principles are practiced in the clinical setting. Students will also have opportunities to explore their own value-based behaviors and reflect on how these behaviors influence the care that they give to their patients. Prerequisites: NURS 341 - Therapeutic Applications of Nursing Skills and Health Assessment, NURS 343 - Professional Practice I, NURS 344 - Leadership in Basic Nursing Practice, NURS 360 - Pharmacology, NURS 366 - Pathophysiology, and admittance to the Biel Patient-Centered Leadership Program. Grade only. Offered every third semester.