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NURS 142 - Nursing Seminar

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Credits: 2

This course will inform student thinking and guide decision-making and practice by allowing the student to examine the framework of the ANA Standards of Professional Nursing and formulate a personal identity of the professional role. This role includes leadership and the importance of nursing in monitoring patient outcomes and safety. As part of this course, students will be exposed to nurse researchers and their work to recognize and appreciate the value of knowledge generation, evidence translations, and advancing the nursing profession and improving patient care outcomes. Course content will include and emphasize code of conduct behaviors expected of students throughout the 4 year BSN program. They will be introduced to technology that enables them to use the accepted online resources and those required for academics. Students will be expected to engage in activities that promote their wellness and explore the importance of self-care.

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