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Practical Nursing (PNUR)

PNUR 103 Practical Nursing Anatomy and Physiology
2 Credits

This course is an introduction to the human body?and concentrates on the structure and funtion of?12 body systems. It also discusses various health?promotion strategies that work towards optimal?function of these systems. Common medical?terminology is discussed in context with the?different body systems.

Prerequisites
Admission to Practical Nursing?Biology 12 or BIOL 050 or BIOL 0501/0502 or equivalent?within the last 5 years with a grade of C+ (65%) or better.

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PNUR 111 Professional Practice 1
1 Credit

This theory course provides an introduction to the?profession of practical nursing. Legislation that?informs PN practice within British Columbia will?be introduced. The history of nursing and?specifically, the evolution of Practical Nursing?within the Canadian Health Care system will be?discussed. The philosophy and foundational?concepts of this PN Program curriculum are?explored.

Prerequisites
Admission to Practical Nursing?corequisites: PNUR 121

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PNUR 112 Professional Practice 2
1 Credit

This course examines the legislation influencing?PN practice with clients experiencing chronic?illness and those in residential care settings.?Specific professional issues such as?responsibility, accountability, ethical practice?and leadership relevant to the PN role in?residential care will be explored. Critical?thinking and decision making specific to the care?of clients with chronic health challenges and?inter-professional practice will also be address.

Prerequisites
PNUR 103 PNUR 111 PNUR 121 PNUR 131 PNUR 141?PNUR 151 PNUR 161 and PNUR 171?corequisite: PNUR 122 PNUR 132 PNUR 142 PNUR 152 and?PNUR 162

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PNUR 121 Professional Communication 1
1 Credit

This course provides learners with the?foundational knowledge for caring and professional?communication in nursing. It uses an experiential?and self-reflective approach to develop?self-awareness and interpersonal communication?skills in the context of safe, competent and?collaborative nursing practice. Communication?theory, the nurse-client relationship, therapeutic?communication, cross-cultural communication,?effective teamwork and learning and teaching?concepts will be covered.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-111

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PNUR 122 Professional Communication 2
1 Credit

This course provides the learner to develop?professional communication skills with the older?adult, including end of life care.?Interprofessional communication is further?developed.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-112, PNUR-132, PNUR-142, PNUR-152 and PNUR-162

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PNUR 131 Variations in Health 1
1.5 Credits

This introductory course provides the learner with?the foundations of disease and illness across the?lifespan. Learners will gain an understanding of?pathophysiological alternations of body systems.?Nursing management of disease and illness across?the lifespan with an emphasis on interventions and?treatment is also discussed. Cultural diversity?in healing practices will be explored as well as?the incorporation of evidenced informed practice.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-111, PNUR-121, PNUR-141, PNUR-151 and PNUR-161

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PNUR 132 Variations in Health 2
1.5 Credits

This course focuses on pathophysiology as it?relates to the ageing process and selected chronic?illnesses. The main focus is on the care of older?adults experiencing a health challenge. Cultural?diversity in healing practices will be explored as?well as evidence informed research and practice.

Prerequisites
prerequisiste: PNUR-103 PNUR-111 PNUR-121 PNUR-131 PNUR-141?PNUR-151 PNUR-161 and PNUR-171?corequisite: PNUR 112 PNUR 122 PNUR 142 PNUR 152 and?PNUR 162

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PNUR 141 Health Promotion 1
1 Credit

This introductory course will increase the?learners understanding of health promtion within?the Canadian context. This includes health?enhancement, health protection, disease?prevention, health restoration/recovery, care and?support. Knowledge of growth and development,?health inequities and determinants of health will?support the Practical Nurse to provide culturally?appropriate and holistic care.

Prerequisites
Admission to Practical Nursing?PNUR 103 with a minimum grade of C+?corequisite: PNUR 111 PNUR 121 PNUR 131 PNUR 151 and?PNUR 161

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PNUR 142 Health Promotion 2
1 Credit

This course focuses on health promotion as it?relates to the aging process. Health promotion?activities are aimed at supporting clients in?maintaining their health. The concepts of health?promtion, physical and mental wellness, and?continued independence are examined.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-112, PNUR-122, PNUR-132, PNUR-152 and PNUR-162

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PNUR 151 Pharmacology 1
1 Credit

This introductory course examines the principles?of pharmacology required to administer medications?in a safe and professional manner. Medication?administration requires the application of the?nursing process for clinical decision-making. The?routes of medication administration introduced?include medications used to treat constipation,?eye and ear disorders and the Integumentary?system. Complimentary, Indigenous and alternative?remedies, and polypharmacy across the lifespan are?explored.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-111, PNUR-121, PNUR-131, PNUR-141 and PNUR-161

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PNUR 152 Pharmacology 2
1 Credit

This course will increase the learners?understanding of pharmacology and medication?administration across the lifespan. Medications?used to treat diseases related to specific body?systems is the main focus of the course. Also?included are the topics of substance abuse and?addiction.

Prerequisites
Admission to Practical Nursing?PNUR-103 PNUR-111 PNUR-121 PNUR-131 PNUR-141?PNUR-151 PNUR-161 and PNUR-171?corequisite: PNUR-112 PNUR-122 PNUR-132 PNUR-142 and?PNUR-162

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PNUR 161 Integrated Nursing Practice 1
4 Credits

This course emphasizes the art and science of?nursing, focusing on the development of basic?nursing care and assessment. Learners will apply?nursing knowledge through the practice of clinical?decision making, nursing assessment skills, and?nursing interventions aimed at the promotion of?health, independence, and comfort. A variety of?approaches (e.g., simulation) will be used to?assist learners to integrate theory from other?level 1 courses.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-111, PNUR-121, PNUR-131, PNUR-141 and PNUR-151

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PNUR 162 Integrated Nursing Practice 2
6 Credits

This practical course builds on the foundation of?level 1 and emphasizes the development of clinical?decision making, nursing assessments and?interventions to promote the health of older?adults. Classroom, laboratory, simulation, and?other practice experiences will help students to?integrate theory from level 1 and 2 courses to?provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care?for older adults.

Prerequisites
PNUR-103 PNUR-111 PNUR-121 PNUR-131 PNUR-141?PNUR-151 PNUR-161 and PNUR-171?corequisite: PNUR-112 PNUR-122 PNUR-132 PNUR-142 and?PNUR-152

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PNUR 171 Consolidated Practice Experience 1
3 Credits

This first experience provides the learners with?an opportunity to integrate theory from level one?coursework into practice. Learners will work in?various settings with a focus on the healthy?client. Learning the role of the Practical nurse,?personal care skills, organization of care,?focused assessment, beginning medication?administration and professional communication are?emphasized in this course.

Prerequisites
Successful Completion of PNUR-103 PNUR-111?PNUR-121 PNUR-131 PNUR-141 PNUR-151 and PNUR-161?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP.?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, ?measles, mumps, and rubella, Hepatis B and Varicella.

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PNUR 172 Consolidated Practice Experience 2
4 Credits

This clinical experience provides students with?the opportunity to integrate theory from level one?and two courses into practice. Students will work?with older adult clients with chronic illness in?residential care settings. Medication?administration, nursing care, organization,?comprehensive health assessment, wound care and?leadership are emphasized in this course.

Prerequisites
Successful completion of PNUR 112 PNUR 122?PNUR 132 PNUR 142 PNUR 152 and PNUR 162?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP.?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetan, poliomyelitis,?measles, mumps, and rubella, Hepatitis B and Varicella.

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PNUR 211 Professional Practice 3
1 Credit

This course integrates the concepts from previous?professional practice courses and introduces the?learner to practice in the community?(maternal/child & mental health). The role of the?practical nurse as leader is emphasized in?interactions with clients, families, groups and?other healthcare providers.

Prerequisites
PNUR 112, PNUR 122, PNUR 132, PNUR 142,?PNUR 152, PNUR 162 and PNUR 172?corequisite: PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241, and PNUR 261

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PNUR 212 Professional Practice 4
1 Credit

This course is intended to prepare the learner for?the role of the practical nurse in caring for?clients with acute presentation of illness.?Legislation influencing PN practice, specific?professional practice issues and ethical practice?pertinent to PN practice in acute care?environments will be explored. Practice issues?that occur across the lifespan will be considered.?Collaborative practice with other health care team?members and specifically the working partnership?with RN's in the acute care setting will be?explored.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 231, PNUR 241, PNUR 261 and?PNUR 271?corequisite: PNUR 222, PNUR 232, PNUR 242 and PNUR 262

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PNUR 215 Professional Practice 3
2 Credits

This course integrates the concepts from previous?professional practice courses and introduces the?learner to practice in the community. The role of?the practical nurse as leader is emphasized in?interactions with clients, families and other?health care providers.

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PNUR 217 Professional Practice 4
1 Credit

This course prepares learners for the role of the?Practical Nurse in caring for clients with acute?presentation of illness. Legislation influencing?PN practice, specific professional practice?issues and ethical practice pertinent to PN?practice in acute care environments will be?explored. Practice issues that occur across the?lifespan will be considered. Collaborative?practice with other health care team members and?specifically the working partnership with RN's in?the acute care setting will be examined.

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PNUR 221 Professional Communication 3
1 Credit

This course focuses on specific professional?communication skills used with clients across the?lifespan who have mental illness or developmental?disabilities. In addition, communication with?children will be addressed.

Prerequisites
PNUR 112, PNUR 122, PNUR 132, PNUR 142,?PNUR 152, PNUR 162 and PNUR 172?corequisite: PNUR 211, PNUR 231, PNUR 241, and PNUR 261

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PNUR 222 Professional Communication 4
1 Credit

The focus of this course will be on the?advancement of professional communication within?the acute care setting across the lifespan. The?practice of collaboration with health care team?members, and clients will be further developed.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241,?PNUR 261 and PNUR 271?corequisite: PNUR 212, PNUR 232, PNUR 242 and PNUR 262

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PNUR 225 Professional Communicaion 3
2 Credits

This course focuses on specific professional?communication skills used with clients and care?providers across the lifespan requiring care in?the community. Learners will build on knowledge?gained in previous communication courses to?integrate communication skills when providing?care to clients across the lifespan and when?interacting with inter-professional health team.

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PNUR 227 Professional Communication 4
1 Credit

This course is intended to prepare the learner?for the role of the practical nurse in managing?clients with acute presentation of illness.?Legislation influencing PN practice, specific?professional practice issues and ethical practice?pertinent to PN practice in acute care?environments will be explored. Practice issues?that occur across the lifespan will be?considered. Collaborative practice with other?health care team members and specifically the?working partnership with RN's in the acute care?setting will be explored.

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PNUR 231 Variations in Health 3
1.5 Credits

This course focuses on the continuum of care and?the development of knowledge related to health?challenges managed in the community setting.?Pathophysiology and nursing care of clients?requiring home health care, rehabilitation, and?supportive services in the community will be?explored. Cultural diversity in healing?approaches will be explored as well as the?incorporation of evidence informed research and?practice.

Prerequisites
Take PNUR-211, PNUR-221, PNUR-241 and PNUR-261

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PNUR 232 Variations in Health 4
1.5 Credits

This course focuses on pathophysiology as it?relates to acute disease and illness of clients?across the lifespan, specically the care of the?client experiencing acute illness including?nursing interventions and treatment options.?Implications of the acute exacerbation of chronic?illness will be addressed. Cultural diversity in?healing practices will be explored as well as?evidenced informed research and practice.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241,?PNUR 261 and PNUR 271?corequisite: PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 242, and PNUR 262

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PNUR 235 Variations in Heath 3
2 Credits

This course focuses on the continuum of care and?the development of knowledge related to health?challenges managed in the community setting.?Pathophysiology and nursing management of clients?requiring home health care, rehabilitation, and?supportive services such as community living and?disabilities will be explored. Cultural diversity?in healing approaches will be explored as well as?the incorporation of evidence informed research?and practice.

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PNUR 237 Variations in Health 4
1.5 Credits

This course will increase the learners?understanding of pathophysiology as it relates to?acute disease and illness for clients across the?lifespan. The focus is on the care of the client?experiencing acute illness including nursing?interventions and treatment options. Acute?disease and illness often occurs in individuals?with existing chronic illnesses - the?implications of these complexities will be?addressed. Cultural diversity in healing?practices will be explored as well as evidenced?informed research and practice.

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PNUR 241 Health Promotion 3
1 Credit

This course is focused on health promotion as it?relates to the continuum of care across the?lifespan. Health promotion in the context of?mental illness, physical and developmental?disabilities, and Maternal/Child health is?highlighted. Normal growth and development from?conception to middle adulthood is addressed.

Prerequisites
PNUR 112, PNUR 122, PNUR 132, PNUR 142,?PNUR 152, PNUR 162 and PNUR 172?corequisite: PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, and PNUR 261

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PNUR 242 Health Promotion 4
1 Credit

This course focues on health promotion for the?client experiencing an acute exacerbation of?chronic illness or an acute episode of illness.?Relevant health promoting strategies during?hospitalization may improve or help maintain their?health status after discharge. Learners will?focus on preparing clients for discharge, through?teaching and learning of health promotion?strategies.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241,?PNUR 261 and PNUR 271?corequisite: PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 232, and PNUR 262

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PNUR 244 Health Promotion 3
1 Credit

This course is focused on health promotion as it?relates to the continuum of care across the?lifespan. Health promotion in the context of?mental illness, physical and developmental?disabilities and Maternal /Child health is?highlighted. Normal growth and development from?conception to middle adulthood is addressed.

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PNUR 245 Intergrated Nursing Practice 3
4 Credits

?This course continues to build on theory and?practice acquired in Level I and II. Through?classroom, laboratory, simulation, and practical?application of theory to practice, learners will?continue to develop and practice comprehensive?nursing assessments, planning and develop?knowledge and interventions for clients?experiencing multiple health challenges.?Classroom, laboratory, simulation, and other?practice experiences will assist learners to?integrate theory from level one and two courses.?The foci of this level are mental health,?maternity and paediatrics.

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PNUR 246 Health Promotion 4
1 Credit

This course is focused on health promotion for?the client experiencing an acute exacerbation of?chronic illness or an acute episode of illness.?Relevant health promoting strategies during?hospitalization may improve or help maintain?their health status after discharge. Learners?will focus on preparing clients for discharge,?through teaching and learning of health promotion?strategies.

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PNUR 247 Integrated Nursing Practice 4
6 Credits

This course emphasizes the development of nursing?skills aimed at promoting health and healing with?individuals experiencing acute health challenges?across the lifespan. A variety of approaches?(e.g., simulation) will help learners build on?theory and practice from Levels A and III to?integrate new knowledge and skills relevant to?the acute care setting.

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PNUR 261 Integrated Nursing Practice 3
4 Credits

This practical course builds on the theory and?practice from level 1 and 2. Through a variety of?approaches (e.g. simulation), learners will?continue to develop knowledge and practice?comprehensive nursing assessments, planning for,?and interventions for clients experiencing?multiple health challenges.

Prerequisites
PNUR 112, PNUR 122, PNUR 132, PNUR 142,?PNUR 152, PNUR 162 and PNUR 172?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphteria, tetanus, poliomyelitis,?measle, mumps, and rubella, Hepatitis B and Varicella.?corequisite: PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231 and PNUR 241

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PNUR 262 Integrated Nursing Practice 4
6 Credits

This practical course emphasizes the development?of nursing skills aimed at promoting health and?healing with individuals experiencing accute?health challenges across the lifespan. Classroom,?laboratory, simulation, and integrated practice?experiences will help learners build on theory and?practice from level 1, 2, and 3 to integrate new?knowledge and skills relevant to the acute care?setting.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241,?PNUR 261 and PNUR 271?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, ?measles, mumps, and rubella, Hepatitis B and Varicella.?corequisite: PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 232 and PNUR 242

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PNUR 271 Consolidated Practice Experience 3
2 Credits

This practice experience will introduce learners?to community care settings and an opportunity to?apply and adapt knowledge gained in Levels I, II,?III, within a continuum of care for clients across?the lifespan. Learners may gain experience?through simulation and in a variety of community?and residential care agencies and settings.

Prerequisites
PNUR 211, PNUR 221, PNUR 231, PNUR 241 and?PNUR 261?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP.?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis,?measles, mumps, and rebella, Hapatitis B and Varicella.

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PNUR 272 Consolidated Practice Experience 4
6 Credits

This practice experience provides learners with?the opportunity to integrate theory from all?courses into the role of the Practical nurse in?the acute care setting and other practices areas?as appropriate. Learners will focus on clients?with exacerbations of chronic illness and/or acute?illness across the lifespan and will consolidate?knowledge and skills such as: post operative?care, surgical wound management, intravenous?theraphy, focused assessment, and clinical?decision-making in acute care settings.

Prerequisites
PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 232, PNUR 242, can?PNUR 262?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for ?buberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis,?measles, mumps, and rubella, Hepatitis B and Varicella.

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PNUR 275 Consolidated Practice Experience
2 Credits

This practice experience will introduce learners?to community care settings and an opportunity to?apply and adapt knowledge gained in Levels, 2,?and 3 within a continuum of care for clients?across the lifespan. Learners may gain experience?through simulation and in a variety of community?and residential care agencies and settings. ?Note: These hours may be offered as CPE 3 or?integrated into the Integrated Nursing Practice 3?course as practice hours.

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PNUR 277 Consolidated Practice Experience 4
6 Credits

This practice experience provides learners with?the opportunity to integrate theory from all?courses into the role of the Practical Nurse in?the acute care setting and other practice areas?as appropriate. Learners will focus on clients?with exacerbations of chronic illness and/or?acute illness across the lifespan and will?consolidate knowledge and skills such as:?post-operative care, surgical wound management,?intravenous therapy, focused assessment, and?clinical decision-making in acute care settings.

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PNUR 282 Transition to Preceptorship
1 Credit

Transition to Preceptorship will prepare the?learner for the final practice experience. A?combination of instructor led simulation?experiences and self directed learning will?provide the learner with increased competence and?confidence to practice in their chosen area for?Preceptorship (i.e. medical, surgical, complex?care).

Prerequisites
PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 232, PNUR 242,?PNUR 262 and PNUR 272

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PNUR 287 Transition to Preceptorship
1 Credit

Transition to Preceptorship will prepare the?learner for the final practice experience. ?simulation experiences and self-directed learning?will provide the learner with increased?competence and confidence in their final practice?experience.

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PNUR 292 Preceptorship
6 Credits

This final practice experience provides an?opportunity for learners to demonstrate?integration and consolidation of knowledge,?skills, and abilities within the realities of the?workplace, and become practice ready. This?experience occurs through the preceptorship model,?under the immediate supervision of a single?qualified and experience LPN or RN or RPN and/or?within context of a collaborative learning?environment as a participating team member.

Prerequisites
PNUR 212, PNUR 222, PNUR 232, PNUR 242,?PNUR 262, PNUR 272 and PNUR 282?Criminal Record Check, both BC Ministry of Public Safety and?Solicitor General Schedule Type B and Federal RCMP?CPR Level C certification, Negative Mantoux test (PPD) for?tuberculosis or negative chest xray. Evidence of current?immunization status for diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis,?measles, mumps, and rubella, Hepatitis B and Varicella.

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PNUR 297 Preceptorship
6 Credits

This this final practice experience provides an?opportunity for learners to demonstrate?integration and consolidation of knowledge,?skills, and abilities within the realities of the?workplace, and become practice ready. ?Note: This experience may occur through a variety?of practice experience models, including the?preceptorship model, under the immediate?supervision of a single, fully qualified and?experienced LPN or RN or RPN and/or within the?context of a collaborative learning environment?as a participating team member.

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