Certificate in Acute and Critical Care

a.     Nursing 4471 (Fall 2020): Emergency Preparedness: A Nursing Perspective: This course focuses on preparation of future nurses for various hazards using an "all hazards" approach. Local, provincial and national disaster response systems, in the event of a mass casualty, are explored, and the ability to care for victims and responders of all types of hazards is emphasized.


b.     Nursing 4472 (Winter Fall (DE) and Winter (AS)): Acute and Critical Care Nursing: With the focus on acute and critical care nursing in the intensive care and emergency room areas, students will further develop, critically analyze and apply knowledge gained in previous courses with a focus on the management of critically ill clients. Emphasis includes working with clients across the lifespan and inter-professional relationships within specialty practice.