FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS BRIPF-NA Bridging Pathway for Internationally Educated Nurses

Courses and Descriptions

NURS-1057Communication

This course explores the essential elements of professional communication from a socio-cultural perspective. Theory and concepts related to nurse-client relationships, client/family centered care, professional boundaries, conflict resolution, therapeutic communication, group/team work, client reporting and intra-professional and inter professional relationships and collaboration are reviewed. Strategies and techniques, taking into consideration the socio-cultural context and unique communication needs across the lifespan, are applied. The concepts of cultural sensitivity, cultural safety, gender and diversity concerning the nurse’s role in client centered/family care are discussed. In relation to these concepts, the course includes an overview of the history and culture of Canadian Indigenous people and the residual effects of colonialism on indigenous populations. This history provides an understanding upon which to build nurse/client communication, therapeutic relationships, and culturally sensitive care.
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