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  • Objectives
    The curriculum emphasizes a broad perspective of health, health promotion and the ethic of caring. It takes into account changing health care needs within our society and a health care delivery system in transition. The program will educate nurses to work with individuals, families, groups and communities in a variety of settings and will help students to develop sensitivity to peoples' experiences with health, healing and illness. Students will learn to work as partners with clients, and other health care providers while actively participating in their own learning.
  • Practical experience
    There are various clinical placement components associated with this program.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Course description
    Year 1

    Group 1

    TAKE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY COURSES
    (MINIMUM GRADE 65):
    • NRSG-7037    N1151 Health & Chronic Health Challenges     6.00
    • NRSG-7038    N1153 Self & Others: Self Awareness     6.00

    Group 2
    TAKE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY COURSES
    (MINIMUM GRADE 60):
    • ANAT-7002    HS2330A/B Systematic&Functional Anatomy     3.00
    • NRSG-7039    Physiology 1020 Human Physiology     6.00
    • NUTR-7002    FN1021 Nutrition for Modern Living     6.00

    Year 1 Clinical

    TAKE THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY COURSES
    (MINIMUM GRADE P):
    • NRSG-7047    N1150A Professional Practice     3.00
    • NRSG-7049    N1152B Professional Practice 1     3.00

    Year 2

    Group 1

    TAKE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY COURSES
    (MINIMUM GRADE 65):
    • NRSG-7040    N2251 Healing & Episodic Hlth Challenges     6.00
    • NRSG-7041    N2253A/B Self & Others: Helping..     3.00
    • NRSG-7042    N2254A/B Professional Development 1     3.00

    Group 2

    TAKE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING MANDATORY COURSES
    (MINIMUM GRADE 60):
    • PHRM-7003    N2060A/B Pharmacology for Hlth Sciences     3.00
    • NRSG-7043    PATH2420A Pathology for Nursing Student     3.00

    Group 3
    TAKE 6 ELECTIVE CREDITS AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL
    (MINIMUM GRADE 50):

    Year 2 Clinical

    TAKE 1 OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS

    (MINIMUM GRADE P):

    Group 1
    • NRSG-7050    N2262 A/B Adult Hlth Prac     0.50

    Group 2
    • NRSG-7051    N2263 Q/R/S/T Child Hlth Prac     0.25
    • NRSG-7052    N2264 Q/R/S/T Mental Hlth Prac     0.25

    ANAT-7002 -  HS2330A/B Systematic&Functional Anatomy
    A gross anatomical description of systemicstructure and function of the [1mhuman body [22m.All the major organ systems will be discussed.Emphasis will be on the anatomical structure andhow this relates to the histological andphysiological functions of the systems.Integration between systems will be discussedusing clincial examples.

    NRSG-7037 -  N1151 Health & Chronic Health Challenges

    Term One provides an introduction to the humanistic-educative curriculum and the profession of nursing. Health promotion is examined in relation to personal meaning of health,health assessment,empowerment,self-care and healthful living practices. Basic health assessment skills are emphasized. Building on the concepts and theories from Term One, learners will study concepts related to transitions in the life cycle, chronicity, pain and suffering, loss and grief, personal and community resources, hope and empowerment.

    NRSG-7038 -  N1153 Self & Others: Self Awareness
    This course focuses on understanding intrapersonal and interpersonal experiences. How personal beliefs, values, experiences and perceptions relate to and impact on our experiences with self and others is emphasized. The experiential portion of the course will enhance interpersonal communication from the perspective of contextual awareness, critical reflection and thoughtful and confident dialogue.

    NRSG-7039 -  Physiology 1020 Human Physiology
    This course, Human Physiology, is designed to helpyou learn the basic facts, concepts and principlesthat are essential to your understanding of thefunction of the human body, so that you will beable to use that knowledge to solve physiologicalproblems. Because most of you who are enrolled inthis course intend to pursue careers related tohealth, the course will place some emphasis onclinical correlations with physiology.

    NRSG-7040 -  N2251 Healing & Episodic Hlth Challenges
    Building on the concepts and theories from year one, this course provides opportunities for the learner to focus on individuals' and families' experiences with health and healing during illness through exploring various episodic and complex health challenges. This exploration enables the learner to develop understandings of people's meanings and experiences of illness so that learners can help clients and families find their voice in illness.

    NRSG-7041 -  N2253A/B Self & Others: Helping..

    This Self and Others builds on the year one course to focus more specifically on helping relationships from a nursing science perspective. This course focuses on the development of conceptual and experiential understanding of effective interpersonal relationships. Students explore their interpersonal style as it impacts upon relationships with clients and colleagues. They participate in decisions about caring for clients and colleagues while initiating, maintaining and bringing to closure, caring interpersonal relationships.

    NRSG-7042 -  N2254A/B Professional Development 1

    This course examines the professional practice of nursing and its evolution. An emphasis is placed upon professionalism, ethics, credentialling, legalities, rights, professional practice standards, responsibility and accountability. The function of the professional associations and organizations in relation to the maintenance and improvements is explored.

    NRSG-7043 -  PATH2420A Pathology for Nursing Student

    Pathology 242A is an introductory survey course ofPathology - the study of disease. The course willbegin with an introduction to processes such asinjury, inflammation, immunity, and infection thatare common to many organ systems and diseases. Thelatter half of the course will discuss diseases ofspecific organ systems.

    NRSG-7047 -  N1150A Professional Practice

    Introduction to Professional Practice is composed of praxis seminars, laboratory practice and family visits. This practicum provides opportunities for students to begin to learn about the nursing profession, nurse's work in various settings, health assessment, and the role of the nurse in health promotion. This course provides opportunities to apply knowledge from first term courses and develop caring relationships with individuals and families.

    NRSG-7049 -  N1152B Professional Practice 1

    Professional Practice I: Caring for Adults with Chronic Health Challenges is composed of praxis seminars, laboratory practice, and client care in a long term care setting. This practicum provides opportunities for students to practice in a setting with multiple disciplines, to learn the role of the nurse in health promotion and the care of clients with chronic health challenges. Weekly praxis seminars and practice experiences in the long term care facility will provide opportunities for developing caring relationships with individuals and families, and to practice/apply health assessment skills acquired in N1150a and basic nursing skills acquired in the lab component of this course.

    NUTR-7002 -  FN1021 Nutrition for Modern Living

    Survey of human nutritional needs includingnutrient requirements, nutrient functions andsources of nutrients in foods. Maternal and infantnutrition, food additives, food legislation, worldfood problems and other current topics. Willprovide a general overview of the basic principlesconcerned with human nutrition and to develop abetter understanding of the facts and myths thatsurround the subject of FOOD and NUTRITION incontemporary society.

    PHRM-7003 -  N2060A/B Pharmacology for Hlth Sciences

    This course focuses on pharmacological principleswhich underlie the therapeutic use of drugs and onthe toxicities arising from their use. Factorsmodifying responses to drugs are dealt with andthe influence of co-existing disease on drugdisposition is presented. Selected classes ofdrugs and their mechanisms of action, theirkinetics and their therapeutic uses in examples ofdisease states are presented. Strategies and useof necessary internet sources to obtaininformation on new and existing drugs arepresented.

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