PNAC 115 Professional Practice A
This theory course introduces the profession of Practical Nursing and the BC legislation that informs the practice. The history of nursing and, specifically, the evolution of Practical Nursing in the Canadian health care system are discussed. The philosophy and foundational concepts of the PPNP are explored. As well, the legislation influencing Practical Nursing practice with clients experiencing chronic illness and those in residential care settings is examined. Specific professional issues such as responsibility, accountability, ethical practice and leadership relevant to the Practical Nursing role in residential care are explored. Critical thinking and decision making specific to the care of the chronically ill and interprofessional practice are also addressed.
Admission to Practical Nursing Program; Human Anatomy and Physiology for Practical Nurses with a minimum of 65% or equivalent.
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