Delivery Mode: Web Course
Credits: Three credit hours
Prerequisite: Admission to the BN (Post RN) program
Overview: This course is designed to help students build on their knowledge of the communication process inherent in a helping relationship, and to use this knowledge to further develop their counselling skills with individual clients.
discussing the barriers to and enhancers of effective therapeutic communication/counseling,
identifying clinical situations where clients could have benefitted from effective therapeutic communication,
applying communication theory to hypothesize how situations described above may have been improved.
|Unit 1||-||Helping and Interpersonal Skills|
|Unit 3||-||Counselling and nursing|
|Unit 4||-||Values/Ethical decision making|
|Unit 5||-||Introduction to Egan's Model and Step I-A|
|Unit 6,7,8||-||Egan's Helping Model|
|Unit 9||-||Counselling in Specific Nursing Contexts|
Evaluation: To receive credit for N3023, the student must achieve a course composite grade of at least 65%. The student is evaluated through workbook and video assignments and a final exam.
For Further information contact:
|Academic Program Administrator||(709) 777-6272|
|Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs||(709) 777-6679|