This nursing practice experience provides opportunities for learners to develop caring relationships with individuals and families for the purpose of health promotion while coming to understand their health and healing processes when experiencing more complex health challenges, both episodic and chronic. Learners will have opportunities to practice nursing approaches that accompany this understanding. Learners work with families and individuals in the home and community, in agencies, and in care facilities to incorporate concepts and learning from all the courses in this semester into their nursing practice. The community and society are considered as contextual influences on the promotion of health for the individual and the family.
Minimum Credits: 8 Length: 211 hours Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of the first year of the BSN program. Corequisites: NURS 210, NURS 213 and BIOL 218 Delivery Method: On-campus Course Outline: https://sps.cotr.bc.ca/Outlines/Course Outlines/NURS215.pdf