Cardiac Care Management
Faculty of Nursing
The Cardiac Care Management program post-diploma certificate is intended for health care professionals who are interested in working in cardiac sciences or in caring for the cardiac population. The program provides students with the specialty knowledge and expertise required to work with patients with or at risk for cardiac disease. The entire patient journey is addressed, including health promotion, disease prevention, management of acute episodes and chronic conditions, rehabilitation, and palliation. The program prepares students to provide care to individuals, families, groups, communities and populations in a variety of settings in both urban and rural environments.
Online delivery courses offer mature learners the flexibility to balance their studies with professional commitments and family responsibilities.
A broad spectrum of employment opportunities are available for health care professionals with cardiac specialization. Graduates work in emergency departments, coronary care units, medical units, diagnostic imaging centres, specialized clinics, rehabilitation settings, research areas and out-patient units. Because health care professionals have contact with cardiac patients in a myriad of settings, they are strategically positioned to confront cardiac disease and to educate patients and their families about the disease and its treatment.
Program of Study
|Course ID||Course Name||Credits|
|PBNS 465||Pathophysiology of Cardiac Disorders 1||3|
|PBNS 466||Focused Assessment of Cardiac Function 1||3|
|PBNS 467||Management of Cardiac Disorders 1||3|
|PBNS 468||Care of Cardiac Surgical Patient 1||4|
|PBNS 469||Advanced Management of Cardiac Disorders 1||4|
The minimum passing grade for this course is a C-.
The minimum passing grade for a course at MacEwan University is a D unless otherwise noted next to the appropriate course in the program of study.