92447 Navigating Transition6cp; 1hpw (lecture), 3hpw (laboratory/online class), 160-200hrs (clinical). To comply with health advice from NSW Health, the planned delivery of this subject for Spring 2021 has been adjusted. Laboratory classes will now run in an intensive format and not as originally timetabled. Please log into Canvas and monitor your UTS email for the latest advice concerning subject delivery and assessment information.
Requisite(s): (6 credit points of completed study in spk(s): CBK91093 6 cp Electives OR 6 credit points of completed study in spk(s): CBK91913 6cp Electives) AND 92442 Complex Nursing Care: Medical Surgical AND (92436 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing OR 92451 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing (Graduate Entry) OR 92457 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing) AND (92437 Nursing Care of the Older Person OR 92464 Nursing Care of the Older Person OR 92460 Nursing Care of the Older Person OR 93223 Nursing Care of the Older Person)) AND ((92430 Assessment and Therapeutics in Health Care 1 AND 92433 Assessment and Therapeutics in Health Care 2 AND 92438 Medical Surgical Nursing) OR 92454 Medical Surgical Nursing OR (92450 Medical Surgical Nursing (Graduate Entry) AND 92449 Health Assessment and Nursing Therapeutics)
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Students explore the challenges and opportunities associated with transitioning to the role of registered nurse through innovative teaching and learning strategies. In addition, there is also an emphasis on developing resilience and self-care and a plan for ongoing professional development.
Laboratories and clinical experiences are aimed at integrating and consolidating learning from previous clinical subjects to ensure all graduates deliver optimal evidence-based care across a variety of health settings. Whilst on this final clinical placement, students further develop their clinical reasoning and critical thinking skills by competently caring for an allocated patient load overseen by a registered nurse.
In this subject, students are required to demonstrate competence to practice according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Registered Nurse Standards for Practice (2016) and the Faculty of Health graduate attributes.
Spring session, City campus
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