Successful completion of the courses in the Nephrology Nursing - RPN certificate program will give you the knowledge and critical inquiry skills needed to begin practising in the nephrology nursing specialty. Throughout this program, the course work will address the abilities, competencies, and standards of nephrology nursing. You will identify learning objectives and construct a context for understanding new ideas. Utilizing active and co-operative strategies for acquiring and applying knowledge, you will examine your own perspectives, demonstrate curiosity and engage in active discovery. Practice specialties include the care of patients with kidney disease, peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis, renal transplantation, pharmacology and advanced care planning.
Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)
|Course Name||Course Code||Offered|
|Nephrology Nursing - Clinical Practicum for the RPN||NEPH 515|
|Nephrology Nursing - Hemodialysis and nursing care of the renal transplant patient||NEPH 512||Fall Winter Summer online|
|Nephrology Nursing - Peritoneal Dialysis, Advance Care Planning and Complimentary Therapies||NEPH 511||Fall Winter Summer online|
|Nephrology Nursing - Renal Disorders and Kidney Disease Management||NEPH 510||Fall Winter Summer online|
|Patient Assessment - Post Graduate||POST 500||Fall Winter Summer|