93211 Clinical Practice 2B6cp; Intensive mode; 1 x 1 hour (live lecture, online delivery) for five weeks; 1 x 5 hour clinical laboratories for four weeks; 1 x 2 hour simulation experience for one week (self allocation via Canvas during week 2, 3, 4, OR 5); 1 x 3 hour simulation experience for one week (self allocation via Canvas during StuVac).
Requisite(s): 93208 Clinical Practice 2A AND 93210c Foundations of Nursing Practice 2B AND 93207 Foundations of Nursing Practice 2A
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This subject provides the clinical foundations for person-centred care of patients across the lifespan. The development of critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills related to health assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care, care of “the deteriorating patient”, patient safety, cultural competence, therapeutic communication, interprofessional communication, safe medication practices and relevant ethical and legal principles are integral to this subject. The clinical scenarios and patient stories based on respiratory, cardiovascular and neurological conditions used in this subject align with those used in 93210 Foundations of Nursing 2B and represent a significant burden in terms of mortality and morbidity.
Students practice within the framework of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Registered Nurse Standards for Practice and the Patient Safety Competency Framework (PSCF).
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