Practical Nursing

Practical Nursing

Program Overview

Train for a career in this important health field in Canadore’s leading-edge simulation nursing laboratory. The lab is equipped with interactive mannequins that speak and replicate real symptoms, on which students act out common medical emergencies.
Training culminates with a seven-week, pre-graduate placement experience working with a registered practical nurse. Our nursing graduates are sought-after all over the world working independently or as part of a health care team.

Bridging option: Successful graduates have a bridging option to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

Program Brochure 2017

What You Learn

*Nursing Theory and Practice
*Pharmacology
*Collaborating Across Professions
*Anatomy and Physiology
*Developmental Psychology

Program of Study

Semester One – Fall:

CMM 125 Communication I
PNE 110 Professional Growth I
PNE 113 Human Relationships
PNE 114 Nursing Theory I
IAP 100 Anatomy and Physiology I
PNE 118 Nursing Practice I
PSY 200 Lifespan Development
CLT 100 Canada’s First Peoples

Semester Two – Winter:

GENED General Education Elective – Online
PNE 124Nursing Theory II
PNE 125 Health Assessment
IAP 120 Anatomy and Physiology II
PNE 128 Nursing Practice II
GENED General Education Elective – Online

Semester Three – Fall:

PNE 232 Pharmacology I
PNE 235 Nursing Theory III
PNE 237 Pathophysiology I
PNE 239 Nursing Practice III

Semester Four – Winter:

PNE 242 Pharmacology II
PNE 245 Nursing Theory IV
PNE 247 Pathophysiology II
PNE 249 Nursing Practice IV
PNE 230 Professional Growth II

Semester Four – (7 wks / 280 hrs):

PNE 260 Nursing Practice V