NURS 492 Integrated Practicum
This preceptored practice course allows students to further their development in critical thinking, the nursing process, workload organization, priority-setting for self and others, and collaboration with the health team, including family and un-regulated health care providers. Emphasis is on advancing professional identity and accountability and strengthening evidence-informed and reflective practice. The practicum includes a leadership/management experience, the form and timing of which is determined by the setting. The practice setting will vary for students and include public health, community agencies and hospital experiences.
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...fourth year practicums (NURS 405 Practicum in Community Health Promotion and NURS 492 Integrated Practicum...