Professional Communication A (NURS 2101)
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, and effective teamwork will be covered. The learner is provided with an opportunity to develop professional communication skills with the clients requiring end of life care.
Pre-requisities: Entry into the Access to Practical Nursing Program
Co-requisites: Professional Practice A (NURS 2102); Health Promotion A (NURS 2103); Variations in Health A (NURS 2104); Pharmacology A (NURS 2105); Integrated Nursing Practice A (NURS 2106)
* Note: The CRNs listed below could be restricted to specific program areas.
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