93219 Transition to Professional Practice6cp; Standard/intensive; 1hpw (online lecture) X 5 weeks, 4 X 5 hour laboratories for 4 weeks
Requisite(s): (93206 Introduction to Clinical Practice AND 93208 Clinical Practice 2A AND (93209 Nursing Care of the Older Person OR 92437 Nursing Care of the Older Person) AND 93211 Clinical Practice 2B AND 93217c Foundations of Nursing Practice 3B AND 93214 Foundations of Nursing Practice 3A AND (93213 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing OR 92436 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing) AND 93216 Clinical Practice 3A)
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This is the capstone subject for the Bachelor of Nursing. The subject requires students to integrate and apply the knowledge, concepts and skills associated with their entire sequence of undergraduate study. Transition to the role of registered nurse, clinical competence and safety and quality in health care are the primary focus of this subject. 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 simulations 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. Students attend an extended clinical placement in one of a range of clinical areas where they are required to demonstrate their ability to practice at the level of a competent beginning registered nurse in a clinical assessment.
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