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Course Details

NUR 428 Overview

This capstone course supports the transition from the role as student nurse to that of professional nurse. Leadership, health care team coordination, accountability, inter- and intra-professional communication, change practices, evaluation of information systems, and safe, coordinated care delivery are areas of focus. Application of Franciscan values in provision of developmentally and culturally competent person-centered evidence-based care is emphasized. Clinical will occur in a variety of settings and will provide experiences that align with entry-level nursing practice in order to facilitate a smooth student transition. Corequisite: NUR 424.

  • 6.00 Credits
  • NUR

Sections

Transition Professional Practice - 2020 Fall NUR428

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This capstone course supports the transition from the role as student nurse to that of professional nurse. Leadership, health care team coordination, accountability, inter- and intra-professional communication, change practices, evaluation of information systems, and safe, coordinated care delivery are areas of focus. Application of Franciscan values in provision of developmentally and culturally competent person-centered evidence-based care is emphasized. Clinical will occur in a variety of settings and will provide experiences that align with entry-level nursing practice in order to facilitate a smooth student transition.

Course Code:
NUR 428 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M 1:10 PM - 3:00 PM

Face to Face

Lab fee to be determined

Main Campus

Transition Professional Pract Clin - 2020 Fall NUR428

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This capstone course supports the transition from the role as student nurse to that of professional nurse. Leadership, health care team coordination, accountability, inter- and intra-professional communication, change practices, evaluation of information systems, and safe, coordinated care delivery are areas of focus. Application of Franciscan values in provision of developmentally and culturally competent person-centered evidence-based care is emphasized. Clinical will occur in a variety of settings and will provide experiences that align with entry-level nursing practice in order to facilitate a smooth student transition.

Course Code:
NUR 428 A L

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

To Be Announced