2018-2019 Catalog

RNSG 2140 Capstone Nursing Seminar

This is a non-clinical course designed to facilitate the role transition from nursing student to novice registered nurse generalist. Focus is placed on principles of management, leadership, delegation, and professional development. Employment principles and practice and the responsibility of the nurse to the community and the nursing profession are included. Trends and issues related to legal, ethical, economic, and political influences on the health care delivery system are discussed. The curricular threads of communication, nursing process/critical thinking, legal/ethical factors, and technological competence are incorporated throughout the course. The course concludes with readiness testing in preparation for the NCLEX-RN. This is a web-enhanced course. Students may be required to access information, submit assignments, and test online through Blackboard.

Credits

1

Prerequisite

RNSG 2111 RNSG 2124

Corequisite

RNSG 2132