I am Dean of the College of Health Professions at Wilmington University, as well as past program Chair of the RN to BSN program. Additionally, I am proud alumni of both our BSN and MSN Leadership programs. Subsequently, I am happy to help you and ease any concerns you may have!
During NUR 413 Holistic Health Assessment, you will perform a "return demonstration" on one randomly assigned body system. For example, if you are assigned the cardiovascular system, you will demonstrate how to assess the thoracic region and all involved organs, vasculature, and structure associated with this system on a mock client - maybe a friend, a neighbor, a spouse, who is agreeable to serving as your patient. You may elect to video this demonstration (with a camera, or your phone, or other suggested video method) and upload to the Blackboard site, or perform it live with a webcam (most computers have built-in or can be purchased through a department store).
There are two courses that possess "clinical"; although not the clinical you may recall from your associate's or diploma program.
NUR 333 Nurse as Leader is the first opportunity for 16 hours of clinical. During four of your seven weeks of the course, you will shadow a nurse leader in your community, and compare/ contrast what you are learning theoretically to what is practiced in the health care environment. The second course is during your final BSN course entitled, NUR 433 Global Health Care Practicum. Here, you have the opportunity to identify a community-based setting, identify a teaching need, and perform group teaching in accordance with the Healthy People 2020 initiative.
Our highly-qualified faculty provide individualized attention to students and are committed to your personal and professional growth.
I welcome your questions in this thread.
Wishing you the very best in pursuit of your academic goals,