MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I

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Course Learning Outcomes, Upon completion of the course the successful student. Clinical Practice and Prevention, Examines nursing situations using standards of care critical thinking clinical reasoning and. evidence based practice, Applies a range of knowledge to promote health and well being and prevent complications in. adults experiencing illness and disease, Applies the nursing process to patient learning needs. Communication, Demonstrates professional empathetic and therapeutic communication skills in all learning.
situations,Critical Reasoning, Applies the nursing process as a basis for clinical decision making. Constructs and implements safe effective patient centered nursing care using nursing. knowledge information technologies and research evidence. Leadership, Explores principles of collaboration and advocacy to safely provide and manage patient care. Professionalism and Professional Values, Emulates professional behavior in all learning situations. Examines ethical and legal principles and professional standards that are foundations to nursing. Explores caring s essential elements as they are expressed in holistic patient centered care. Global Health, Discusses the impact of health equity and social justice on nursing and health care in a variety of. Course Structure Approach, NUR 345 will utilize a variety of approaches to meet the course objectives These instructional methods.
may include but are not limited to lecture audio visual material guided discussion group work. demonstration and return demonstration role playing computer programs decision making exercises. written tests and quizzes and written assignments While the faculty will provide guidance and. consultation the student is responsible for identification of learning needs self direction seeking. consultation and demonstration of course objectives. Required Textbooks, Kee J L 2014 Laboratory and diagnostic tests with nursing implications 9th ed Upper Saddle. River NJ Prentice Hall, Lewis S L Dirksen S R Heitkemper M M Bucher L 2017 Medical surgical nursing Assessment. and management of clinical problems 10th ed St Louis Elsevier Mosby. Required purchased for NUR 225 225L, Ackley B J Ladwig G B 2011 Nursing Diagnosis Handbook An evidenced based guideline to. planning care St Louis Mosby 978 0 323 07150 5 Newest Edition Available. Potter P A Perry A G Stockert P A Hall A M 2013 Fundamentals of nursing 9th ed St Louis. Mosby Elsevier, Elsevier 2016 Clinical Skills Essentials Collection Fundamentals and Health Assessment St Louis. Mosby Elsevier ISBN 9780323394499,Select one of the following.
Vallerand A H Sanoski C A 2014 Davis s drug guide for nurses 14th Ed Philadelphia F A. Wilson B A Shannon M T Shields K M 2014 Pearson nurse s drug guide 2014 Upper Saddle. River New Jersey Pearson Prentice Hall,Recommended Textbooks. Hale A Hovey M J 2013 Fluid and electrolyte notes Nurse s clinical pocket guide Philadelphia FA. Lewis S L Dirksen S R Bucher L 2017 Study guide for Lewis S L Dirksen S R Heitkemper. M M Bucher L 2017 Medical surgical nursing Assessment and management of clinical. problems 10th ed St Louis Elsevier Mosby, Lippincott s nursing procedures 6th ed 2012 Philadelphia Wolters Kluwer Health. Silvestri L A 2014 Saunders comprehensive review for NCLEX RN examination 6th ed. Philadelphia PA W B Saunders STRONGLY RECOMMEND, Wilson B A Shannon M T Stang C L 2011 Pearson intravenous drug guide 2011 2012 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River New Jersey Pearson Prentice Hall. You may use any nursing drug or laboratory diagnostic results book not over two years old. Online Requirements, Evolve Online https evolve elsevier com Case studies text book online resources. Kaplan Resources https nursing kaplan com s login aspx. Blackboard Learn assignments and readings http bblearn nau edu. Emergency Textbook Loan Program, To help students acquire the materials they need to be successful in class.
NAU has partnered with Follett to create the Emergency Textbook Loan program The program is. administered by the LEADS Center The program assists students with unmet financial need in obtaining. required textbook s and other materials for courses Students must apply and meet eligibility criteria. before textbooks are purchased on their behalf Textbooks must be returned at the end of the term in. which the textbooks were loaned More information can be found online. http nau edu leads center textbook loan program,Assessment of Student Learning. In order to pass NUR 345 the student must achieve the following. 1 An overall course grade of 78 or higher, 2 A combined average of 78 on all exams except the Kaplan exam students who do not achieve. a 78 exam average will receive an F for the course regardless of course points achieved. Various activities will be used to assess student learning and mastery of content across the semester. These include course examinations in class activities case studies and the Kaplan specialty. achievement exam Weighting of these activities and calculation of grade is as follows. Evaluation Tool Percentage, Five of six online Evolve HESI Case Studies lowest case study score 9 90 points total 15 points. dropped each, Social Justice and Health Equity Assignment 6 60 points. Kaplan Practice Exams 5 50 points,Test 1 15 150 points.
Test 2 15 150 points,Test 3 20 200 points,Comprehensive Final Exam 25 250 points. Kaplan Exam 5 50 points all or none,Total Percentage 100 1 000 points. Grading Scale,A 93 100 930 1 000 points,B 84 92 840 920 points. C 78 83 780 830 points A grade of C or above is a passing grade in this course. F 78 below 780 points,COURSE POLICIES, 1 Please see the NAU classroom management statement. http nau edu uploadedFiles Administrative EMSA Sites Folder Templates Forms Classroom. Disruption Policy pdf, 2 Lecture materials articles and other information may be found on Blackboard Learn or.
distributed in class, 3 Professional communication and conduct is expected at all times. 4 Cell phones and pagers are to be turned off or silenced for the duration of the class. 5 No children are allowed in class at any time Visitors are allowed only with permission from the. instructor, 6 It is the student s responsibility to obtain handouts lecture notes and information from. announcements in the event a class is missed, 7 Taping of lectures is permitted in this course Clinical examples cannot be discussed outside the. classroom due to patient confidentiality, 8 Students are expected to have read the assigned reading and come to class prepared to discuss. the topics and to ask relevant questions concerning content. 9 Students are expected to come to class and return from breaks on time. 10 No extra credit will be given for this course, 11 Rounding will only be done on the final overall grade Final grades 0 5 must be exactly 0 5 or.
higher will be rounded up to the next whole number final grades 0 5 will be rounded down to. the next whole number Midterm grades are not rounded. Examinations Other than Kaplan, 1 Students must achieve a combined average of 78 on all exams except Kaplan to pass the. 2 All exam dates and times are printed on the course schedule Exam dates times and locations. are subject to change, 3 Students will be allotted one and one half 1 5 hours to complete the three major examinations. and two 2 hours to complete the final examination this includes bubbling in scantron forms. Announcements will be made when there are 30 15 and 5 minutes remaining. 4 Students who are late for exams will not be given extra time. 5 No examination or test material is to leave the classroom with a student as it may be perceived as. 6 Any student determined by faculty to have cheated on the exam will receive a score of zero for. that exam and will be subject to failure from the course. 7 Retests makeup tests Exams will be given only on the date and time scheduled There are no. retests Make up examinations except for the Kaplan will be provided only in extraordinary. circumstances The Kaplan exam cannot be made up Students who are absent from an. examination for any reason must call the course leader prior to the examination Students who. do not call before an examination will receive a zero for that examination and will not be eligible to. take a make up examination except for extreme circumstances Any make up exam must be. completed within two business days of the original exam date or at the discretion of the course. faculty the final exam must be completed within two business days or by the last day of final. exams whichever comes first Students not completing the exam within the designated time. frame may receive a zero on the exam Make up tests may be in any form oral written essay. over the same objectives as the multiple choice exam. 8 Appointments and individual discussion regarding exams may not be made until item analysis is. complete Students have 10 business days to review all exams except the final students will not. be able to review exams after that time Students will not be able to make appointments to review. 9 For each exam, o Cell phones beepers and other electronic devices must be turned off during exams. o All books bags computers notes notebooks cell phones water and drink bottles purses. and other personal belongings will be left at the front of or outside the room. o Hats headbands and caps are not permitted ear plugs must be approved by faculty before. o Students are expected to stay in the exam room while taking the exam students may only. leave the exam to use the restroom if they have submitted a note from a health care provider. o The classroom and surrounding doors are quiet zones before during and after exams. o Once you have completed the exam turn in exam materials and leave the room quietly. please move away from the classroom doors and talk quietly away from the classroom where. students are testing We will have lecture following the exams. o Exams may cover material from lecture textbooks articles handouts websites discussions. and previous and concurrent courses including NUR 345L. o Scantron forms and calculators will be provided, o Students are required to meet with faculty if they receive a 77 or lower on an exam. 10 The final examination will be comprehensive,Kaplan Standardized Exam.
In addition to the classroom examinations there will also be a Kaplan Comprehensive Course exam. which will cover all content covered over the semester To receive the 5 for the Kaplan exam students. will need to achieve mastery on the exam This mastery level is to be determined within the next two. weeks and you will be notified via bblearn what the mastery level is Students not achieving mastery. will be awarded a zero Students are required to complete the Kaplan exam Because the Kaplan is a. highly secured standardized examination it must be taken on the scheduled date and time and cannot. be made up Students should expect to receive approximately 75 questions within a 1 5 hour time frame. Assignments, All assignments and exams are to be completed by each student individually without the help of others. unless specifically identified as a group project or the student has been directed to seek help from a. designated NAU representative or teaching assistant Assignments are due at 11 59 pm Arizona Time. MST on Tuesdays of the week they are due or the student will receive a zero for that assignment. Assignment due dates are printed on the course schedule Late assignments will not be accepted unless. prior arrangements have been made with the instructor. Online Case Studies See course schedule for specific assignments and due dates They are. located under the Case studies Course Documents HESI Case Studies section on the Evolve. website https evolve elsevier com staticPages index html There are six Evolve online case studies. assigned The lowest case study score will be dropped therefore only five case studies count toward. the case study portion of the grade The first question submission and first score of the case study. will be recorded as the grade Students may use case studies not assigned for a grade for study and. Health Disparity Assignment You will be working in groups of 4 and researching health disparity. issues in Pima County You will then create a poster that addresses those issues posters will be. displayed in the classroom for peer viewing Instructions can be found under the assignment tab on. the dashboard, Kaplan Practice Exams Students are required to complete eight 8 practice exams with a score of. 84 or higher In order to receive credit you must complete remediation in which you list the. rationale 3 sentences or less in your own words for the correct answer for each question that you. answered incorrectly on your first attempts of each exam Please upload your remediation to the. assignment drop box as a word document along with your Kaplan scores for each test You should. submit to this drop box when all tests and all remediations have been completed not one test at a. time Keep your remediation for all exams on one word document labeling each test and exam. question accordingly Reminder Practice exams must be taken the semester the student is taking. NUR 345 Kaplan Practice exams may be repeated as often as needed to achieve 84 Students will. only be awarded points if they completely meet the requirement no partial credit will be awarded. Utilization of research evidence and clinical practice guidelines are integrated with caring theory to plan and provide holistic care promote health and advocate for patients Course Purpose This early program required traditional BSN course introduces the student to nursing concepts of adult clients with selected medical and surgical

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