NURS 292

Clinical Practicum Fundamentals in Nursing

Nursing College of Nursing

Course Description

1.5 credit clinical practicum course focuses on in-person, active application of fundamental nursing concepts and skills with patients in skilled nursing facilities and simulated learning experiences in the Nursing Learning Center.

When Taught

Contact Department

Fixed

1.5

Fixed

0

Fixed

4.5

Other Prerequisites

Courses in Nursing Semester 1.

Note

7-hour clinical per week for 6 weeks plus simulation experiences in Nursing Learning Center.

Title

Integration of Gospel Values

Learning Outcome

Students will provide holistic care to patients, meeting patient’s physical and psychosocial needs in a caring and compassionate manner.

Title

Integration of Gospel Values

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate understanding and respect for the diversity of the human experience.

Title

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery

Learning Outcome

Students will create and execute a plan to care for a patient that demonstrates sound clinical judgment and the ability to deliver safe, high-quality patient-centered care.

Title

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate proficiency in performing physical assessment.

Title

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate the ability to safely prepare and administer medication in a simulation setting.

Title

Communication and Collaboration

Learning Outcome

Students will communicate effectively with patients, family members, interdisciplinary team members, faculty members, and peers.

Title

Professionalism

Learning Outcome

Students will consistently demonstrate responsibility and accountability for their actions.

Title

Scholarship for Evidence Based Practice

Learning Outcome

Students will access and evaluate current evidence (research) related to patient-specific nursing interventions

Title

Integration of Gospel Values

Learning Outcome

Describe outcomes achieved through participation in professional and\/or community service activities as part of lifelong learning and professional service.

Title

Communication and Collaboration

Learning Outcome

Students will demonstrate competence in documenting patient care

Title

Prevention and Population Health

Learning Outcome

Students will utilize evidence-based tools to assess level of risk related to various areas of health while consider a patient's risk when executing a treatment plan.

Title

Professionalism

Learning Outcome

Students will consistently demonstrate responsibility and accountability for their actions.

Title

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery

Learning Outcome

Students will evaluate and reflect on personal clinical performance, creating a plan for improvement in one of two self-selected areas: caring, communication, clinical judgment, technical skills, and professional behavior