Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Sylvan Lake, SD, United States;
- Program Terms: CGEE Programs
- Restrictions: Augsburg applicants only
The Augsburg Nursing Department is deeply committed to teaching nursing about transcultural nursing and the importance of other ways of knowing and being. This program, located at beautiful Sylvan Lake in South Dakota, is an orientation to the Doctor of Nursing Program (DNP) at Augsburg University. It is also a required practicum for students to learn about Native American ways of knowing and healing. Students will learn from cultural guides and medicine men, who will teach them about the importance of rituals in healing. Students will also experience sacred sites, such as Black Elk Peak. This practicum builds upon advanced nursing competencies to expand and deepen knowledge as the basis for transcultural nursing practice.
Academic Calendar: Fall, 2018
Program Dates: September 22-26, 2018
Credits: 701/Practicum: 45 hours
Faculty and Staff: Drs. Joyce Miller, Cheryl Leuning, Deborah Schuhmacher, Lisa Van Getson, Dawn Kaderabek, and Michelle Higgins
Guest Lecturer: Basil Brave Heart
Meals: All meals included
NUR701 is equal to one semester credit and 45 hours of practicum. It is a directed study practicum that builds upon advanced nursing competencies to expand and deepen knowledge supporting expert nursing practice. In the practicum, students will integrate and synthesize knowledge from emic wisdom with the biophysical, psycho-social, analytical and organizational sciences as the basis for the highest level of transcultural nursing practice.
Students must be admitted to the Doctor of Nursing Program at Augsburg University.