Nursing Seminar II
This nursing seminar course is designed to prepare nursing students to enter the workforce by focusing on essential skills of communication, leadership, management, and conflict resolution. Learning activities provide opportunities for students to use communication and critical thinking skills to implement change and effectively deal with conflict in the healthcare setting. Students examine the importance of quality and safety measures as they relate to the nurse, patient, family structure, organization, and healthcare system. The nursing role in delegation, documentation, and professional behaviors are viewed from both legal and ethical standpoints. Preparation for the National Council Licensure (NCLEX) RN licensing exam and future employment are discussed and considered in order to facilitate student success as new graduate nurses.