Nursing 1030 examines fundamental principles and skills for nursing practice. Students are introduced to Primary Health Care and to the Prince Edward Island Conceptual Model of Nursing: A Nursing Perspective of Primary Health Care. Through this theoretical framework, nursing concepts are explored and strategies for nursing care considered. Students are introduced to beginning communication, assessment, and psychomotor skills through active participation in online and onsite lectures, lab and clinical seminar settings. Students have an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to clinical practice by partnering with healthy older adults living independently in the community and in long term care settings. Semester hours of credit: 9 Hours per week: Lecture: 3 Lab: 2 Other - Clinical Practice: 86 hours total Restriction: Student must be admitted into the Acclerated Nursing Program and have completed all non-nursing required courses. 06-01-2020-30-03-2020 Lecture Monday 01:30PM - 04:30PM, Room to be Announced (more)...