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

Courses and Descriptions

NURS-1041Registered Nursing Practice

This course provides Internationally Educated Nurses and overview of Nursing in the Canadian context including a review of Canada’s health care system, the various levels of health, and the role of policy and politics in health. Also examined are colonialism, and the nurse’s role in relation to meeting the health needs of Indigenous Canadians. Foundational nursing concepts including, relational nursing, intra and interprofessional practice, nursing process, critical thinking, informatics, and evidence-informed practice are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on professionalism, self-regulation, documentation, accountability, patient safety, and legal and ethical concepts of nursing practice. Differentiation regarding the roles and responsibilities of regulatory bodies, professional nursing associations, and unions in Canada is also examined.
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