|30846||NUR 3090 01||Transcultural Nursing/RN||Study Abroad||4.00||05/16/12 05/23/12 TBA TBA TRV MTWTHFS TBA||Deann Edgers||PRE-REQS: None Description: This course will explore the history, current status and future direction of healthcare systems in an industrial nation versus that of a third world nation. The student will explore the concepts of health care delivery in the United States to that of Honduras, Central America. History, culture, politics and economics will be explored as concepts affecting the past, present and future directions of global health care systems. Students will have the opportunity to visit health care agencies in the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras and surrounding barrios. Opportunities to compare and contrast the culture of the United States to that of a third-world country in Central America will also be explored. In addition visits to non-for-profit organizations and mission organizations that support the peoples in and around the capital of this oppressed country will be explored. A central focus of this course is service to the underserved populations. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. This course will meet General Education "Knowing Ourselves and Others" Group B requirement and/or the RN to BSN Track requirement NUR 3090 Transcultural Nursing. Course Dates/Times: There will be 8 hours of on-campus class meetings during the week before travel on the AU campus as well as a brief session earlier in the spring semester to discuss trip logistics and preparation. Trip dates: May 16-23, 2012 Trip costs: $1800 includes airfare, board and lodging, and transportation on the ground. Participants must bring a valid passport and provide proof of all necessary inoculations to instructor by March 1, 2012. A $500 non-refundable trip deposit is due at the time of registration. Trip registration and deposit must be submitted by January 13, 2012 for travel confirmation. The $1300 balance covering trip expenses is due February 3, 2012 and is not refundable after this date. In addition to the trip costs, tuition charges are $1900 which will be due April 9, 2012.|
|30865||NUR 3810 01||ST:Socialization & Hlth Care||Aurora - Main Campus||4.00||05/15/12 05/17/12 ALUM 137 LEC TTH 08:30AM 01:30PM|
05/16/12 05/16/12 TBA TBA CLN W 07:30AM 03:30PM
05/21/12 05/25/12 TBA TBA CLN MTWTHF 07:30AM 04:30PM
05/29/12 05/31/12 ALUM 137 LEC TTH 08:30AM 01:30PM
|Teresa Kisch||PRE-REQS: None Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. Successful completion of IDS1600 and IDS2000 or exempt per university policy. Meet Health, Criminal Background/Fingerprinting, and Immunization Clinical Requirements listed in section XVI of the course syllabus which is available from the instructor. Crosslisted with IDS3810. Note: This course will meet General Education "Knowing Ourselves and Others"- Group A. Course Description: This general education course will engage health profession major students in a learning environment, which will foster critical thinking, communication, and personal growth as future healthcare professionals. Socialization is fitting in to an environment through a process of interaction and to become a professional one needs to conform to the technical or ethical standards of a profession. This course offers an opportunity for students to learn about professional socialization through observing and interacting with multi-disciplinary health care professionals such as nurses, therapists, dieticians, diagnostic technicians, and pharmacists. A main focal point of this course is a weeklong 40-hour observation experience for students in health profession majors. Through observation, interaction, and reflection of multi-disciplinary roles students will gain an insight into healthcare professional roles and how they socialize as professionals both within their discipline and as part of a multi-disciplinary health care team. Such insight will have a powerful impact on student?s ability to develop integrity and identify personal values and ethical standards as they prepare for their future as a health care professional.|
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