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NURS 350 - Professional Role Development II: Ethics, Legal and Genomic Issues

Description
The study of the interaction of ethical, legal, and genomic concepts as they apply to current health care practice. NURS 350 Professional Role Development II: Ethics, Legal and Genomic Issues (2) NURS 350 is the second of three professional role development courses and addresses the interaction of ethical, legal and genomic concepts as they apply to current health care practice. Upon completion of the course the student will be able to define the fundamental ethical theories; define and integrate into evidence based practice the basic ethical concepts as they relate to nursing; state the American Nurses' Association Code of Ethics for Nurses; demonstrate ethical behaviors such as honesty, integrity, responsibility, and dependability in clinical practice and everyday life; define and describe the concepts of standards of care and scope of practice; analyze nurse practice acts as they pertain to licensure and scope of practice; define the concepts of negligence verses malpractice; define and distinguish between the concepts of informed consent, patient selfdetermination, right of refusal, and advance directives (such as living wills, durable power of attorney, and do not resuscitate orders); analyze the role of advocacy from an ethical and legal perspective; communicate effectively (including the use of new technologies) with patients and families regarding legal, ethical, and genomic issues; describe the concept of confidentiality from ethical and legal perspectives; identify the impact genomics has played in the practice of health care; describe the historical to current research findings in genomics that have or may change health care practice guidelines; identify the role ethics, legal issues, and genomicss plays in providing health care to culturally sensitive populations; analyze and discuss historical and current biomedical dilemmas utilizing various ethical, legal and genomic perspectives. Teaching strategies include lecture, discussion, audiovisuals, small group activities, role- playing and group presentations. The course is offered fall semester and enrollment is limited to nursing majors. Enrollment Requirements: Students must be in the NURS_BSN major Enforced Prerequisite at Enrollment: (NURS 225 and NURS 230).
Recent Professors
Recent Semesters
Fall 2024, Fall 2023
Class Size
35
Credits
2
Usually Offered
M (1 hour 55 minutes)