nsg320 | undergraduate
Professional Nursing Role
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Professional Responsibility and Accountability
- Explain the purpose of the Nursing Practice Act.
- Relate the ANA Code of Nursing Ethics to common ethical issues faced by professional nurses.
- Describe the fundamental legal aspects of professional liability, informed consent, and death-related issues.
Concepts of Professional Practice and Nursing Roles
- Explain the phases of the nursing process.
- Describe the concept of critical thinking in nursing.
- Define clinical judgment in nursing practice.
- Describe common professional nursing roles.
Nursing as a Profession
- Differentiate between a profession and an occupation.
- Identify historical events related to professional nursing practice.
- List the attributes of nurses that promote professional practice.
Theory as Foundation for Nursing Practice
- Explain the relationship between nursing theory and professional nursing practice.
- Describe the relationship between nursing research and evidence-based practice.
- Explain the nurse’s role in research.
Role Transition and Professional Development
- Describe the processes of professional socialization and role development.
- Compare the scope of professional registered nursing practice to that of practical/vocational nursing practice.
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