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Program Calendar (2017/18)
NURS-213 - Relational Practice 2: Creating Health and Promoting Relationships

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NURS-213Relational Practice 2: Creating Health and Promoting Relationships3 - credits* See note:
* The course cost has not been determined or the course can only be taken as part of a program.

Description:
In this course participants move beyond the personal discovery focus of Relational Practice 1 to a focus on relational caring. The major emphasis of the course is relational practice with individuals, families and groups from diverse backgrounds of age, culture and experience. This is an experiential course designed to deepen the participant's understanding of caring, and how the connection between caring and relationship provides the context for health and healing. Participants explore theories and processes of caring, relational identity, development of self as a nurse and relational practice as enacted across a range of settings and contexts.

Prerequisites: NURS 113
Corequisites: NURS 210, NURS 215, NURS 218

Delivery Method: On-Campus

Credits: 3 | Length: 42 hours | Course Outline for NURS-213