Course Description

This is the first of two clinical courses in which the students will use nursing and other theorists to guide their practice. Students will apply teaching-learning, communication, health promotion and community health principles when working with individuals, groups and families in community-based settings. Students will practice culturally sensitive, creative and flexible nursing. Emphasis will be placed on critical thinking, self-reflection, utilization of research findings and the application of concepts from leadership and change.

Sample Course Outline

Sample Classroom Course Outline


In order to take this course, you must have a current nursing registration/licensure with a College of Nurses or nursing regulatory body in a Canadian province or territory. Prior to registration, you must be formally admitted to the post diploma BScN degree through the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing. Registration also requires submission through the Central Placement Office several months prior to actual enrolment date.

The scheduling reflects the classroom-based instruction. In addition, students are required to participate in a mandatory weekly Internet component.

See the Nursing website, www.ryerson.ca/ce/nursing, for further information. 





Prerequisites: CNUC 832, CNUR 600, CNUR 805, CPHL 302 and [(CNUR 850 and CNUR 860) or NUR 80A/B]
Corequisite: CNUR 810

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