CSPH 5307 - Integrative Nursing: Application Across Settings and Populations

This course will be offered in 3 formats: completely online, completely in person (two 8 hour sessions,) and hybrid, selected online activities and one 8 hour in person session.

Course Description

Principles and application of integrative nursing will provide learners with skills that can be immediately applied to nursing practice, advanced nursing practice, and nurse leadership. Clinical case studies and interactive discussion will be used for students to learn how to practice integratively in their current healthcare role or to develop into a new role or paradigm. Case studies will be individualized to fit the needs of all learners for applicable skill building. 

Course Objectives

After completing this course, the student will be able to:
1. Describe core concepts of integrative nursing and implications for direct nursing care, APRN practice, and nursing leadership.
2. Describe the principles and behavioral manifestations of integrative nursing in diverse health care settings and nursing roles.
3. Discuss the application of integrative nursing principles within the scope and standards of the RN license and advanced nursing clinical decision making.
4. Discuss goals of integrative nursing across clinical settings.
5. Analyze evidence based integrative nursing strategies to improve symptom management in patients across the care continuum.

 

Additional Information

Section also available as part of the Center's Study Abroad Program in Hawaii.

Course Details

Course Format: 
Blended
Course ID: 
CSPH 5307
Prerequisite: 
Registered Nurse, Graduate Registration Only
Semesters Course Offered: 
Fall
Spring
Winter
Credits: 
1
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