Integrating Experience III

Course Description and Objectives:

This course examines the connection of concepts explored in nursing coursework and experiential activities. Active inquiry and engagement fosters clinical reasoning, interprofessional collaboration, and development of leadership skills within professional nursing practice.  


Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate evidence of clinical reasoning and clinical judgment in the plan of care for the individuals, families, and communities across the health spectrum and lifespan.
  2. Demonstrate the use of data and resources that impact health outcomes of vulnerable populations.
  3. Apply concepts of nursing theory and leadership principles in the planning and evaluation of care for individuals, families, and communities in multiple settings/patient populations.
  4. Apply principles of reflective practice, appreciative inquiry, and therapeutic communication across the spectrum of health in multiple settings/patient populations.
  5. Integrate the moral, ethical, and legal tenets inherent in the formation of professional nursing values including the role of self-care in for individuals, families and communities.