Relational Practice – NTI NURS 1132

New
Hybrid

Our Relational Practice – NTI course prepares you to meet the competencies required for a RN's role as communicator, leader, collaborator, and advocate. This interpersonal skills course addresses cognitive, affective, and behavioural domains within relational practice and integrates theoretical knowledge, critical reflection, and the lived experience with diverse clients in complex health environments. Practice structured reflection, communication skills, conflict management, and leadership/advocacy skills, and learn to apply an analysis of social, cultural, and legal variables to decision-making situations in order to promote relational capacity in interprofessional collaborative practice.

Note(s)

This course replaces our now discontinued Introduction to Interprofessional Education and Care course.

Additional Information

Tuition Assistance:

If you are an internationally educated nurse (IEN), you may qualify for free tuition for this course. To determine if you are eligible, submit the Nursing for IENs Application Form.

Hours and Fees

Hours

42

Fee

$310

Course Sections

CRN:
S84713
Delivery Method: Hybrid
Contact:
Nursing Department
Phone:
Office Location(s):

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