UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA COLLEGE OF NURSING COURSE SYLLABUS SUMMER 2012 COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE Clinical Practice 3: Restoration of Wellness

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

COLLEGE OF NURSING

COURSE SYLLABUS

SUMMER 2012


COURSE NUMBER


NUR
4739
L

-

Section
7748


COURSE TITLE


Clinical
Practice
3: Restoration of Wellness


CREDITS


4


PLACEMENT


BSN Program
:
3
rd

Semester

Upper Division


PREREQUISITES


NUR
3738

L

Clinical Practice 2: Restoration of Wellness


COREQUISITES



NUR
4739

Systems
of Care

3: Restoration of Wellness


NUR

3826

Legal and Ethical Issues i
n Nursing

NUR 3638

Population Focused Care


COURSE

COORDINATOR



Sandra J. Knapp, PhD, RN, CNL, CCRN


Clinical Assistant Professor



sjknapp@ufl.edu


HPNP 3231


Office Phone
(352)

273
-
6319


Cell Phone:
(352)

260
-
2358


Office hours:

Tuesday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM





FACULTY





H
y
o Cho
l

“Brian” Ahn, PhD,

ARNP, ANP
-
BC





Assistant Professor





hcahn@ufl.edu





HPNP

3218





Office Phone
:

(352)
273
-
6385





Cell Phone:

(352)
-
792 4174





Office Hours
: Friday 9:00 to 11:00 AM



Sally Bethart, MSN, ARNP


Clinical Assistant Professor


sbeth12@ufl.edu



HPNP 4222


Office Phone:
(352)

273
-
6372


Cell Phone:
(352)

494
-
3548


Office Hours:
Friday 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Joan Castleman, MS, RN

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Clinical Associate Professor

jbcastle@ufl.edu

HPNP 4205

Office Phone
:

(352)
273
-
6362

Cell Phone
:

(352)
870
-
2941





Office Hours:
Wednesday 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM






Sandra Wolfe Citty, PhD, ARNP

Clinical Assistant Professor

swolfe@ufl.edu

HPNP
-
3219

Office:
(352)
273
-
6374

Cell

Phone
:
(352)

356
-
1581


Office hours:
Wednesday 7:00 to 8:00 AM and


11:00 AM to 12:00 noon








Sheri Curtis, MSN, ARNP, CPNP







Clinical Assistant Professor


shecu@ufl.edu








HPNP 2222







Office Phone:
(352)
273
-
6409







Cell Phone/Pager:

(352) 642
-
2896







Office Hours:
Friday 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM


David J Derrico RN, MSN





Clinical Assistant Professor





derridj@ufl.edu


HPNP 3202

Office Phone
:

(352)

273
-
6341





C
ell
Phone:
(352)
562
-
6305

Office hours:
Thursday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Anna Hall Kelley, MSN, ARNP


Assistant
Clinical Professor


alkelley@ufl.edu

HPNP 2221

Office Phone
(352)
-
273
-
6422


Cell Phone
(352)
-
494
-
8053


Office Hours:
Friday 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM


Sheri Mangueira, MSN, RN
, APHN
-
BC


s
hmng@ufl.edu

HPNP

4208

Office Phone:

(352)
273
-
6344

Cell Phone/Pager:
(
239
)
348
-
5919

Office Hours:
Monday 8:30 to 10:30 AM

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Amber Pena, MSN, PMHNP
-
BC, FNP
-
BC


Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor


apena13@ufl.edu


HPNP 421
9


Office
Phone:
(352)
273
-
6
401


Cell Phone/Pager:

(904) 386
-
6485


Office hours:
Wednesday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM or




by appointment


Debbie Popovich, MSN, CPNP





Assistant Professor





popovdm@ufl.edu






HPNP 2223







Office Phone:
(352)
-
273
-
6342







Office Hour
s: Wednesday 12:00 to 2:00 PM


Anita M. Stephen, MSN, RN, CNL

Clinical Assistant Professor

astephen@ufl.edu


NRC Coordinator Room:

HPNP1203A

Office Phone:

(352)

273
-
6407

Office Hours:

Friday 8:30 to 10:30 AM


Laura Sutton, PhD, ACNS, BC

Clinical Assistant Professor

lsutton@ufl.edu


HPNP 3228

Office Phone:
(352)
273
-
6358

Cell Phone/Pager:

(352) 339
-
2993

Office Hours:

Wedneseday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and


by appointment


Maryann Walker, PhD. ARNP

Veteran’s Administration Medical Center

Courtesy Clinical Assista
nt Professor





Maryann.Walker@va.gov






Trailer 3 Room 121





Office Phone
(352)

376
-
1611
est. 5281





Cell Phone:
(352)

871
-
4972





Office Hours:
Thursday 1:00 to 3:00 PM





Bryan A. Weber PhD, ARNP





bweber@ufl.edu






HPNP 3221





Office Phone:
(352)

273
-
6327





Office Hours:

Wednesdays 10:00 to 12:00 by appointment

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Saun
-
Joo “Sunny” Yoon PhD RN

Associate Professor

Email address:
yoon@ufl.edu


HPNP 3223

Office
Phone:
(352)
-
273
-
6418

Cell Phone/Pager
:

(352) 278
-
6633

Office Hours:
Friday 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM


Nancy G. Young, MSN, ARNP, CPNP





Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor

ngyoung@ufl.edu


HPNP 2218

Office Phone:
(352)

273
-
6403

Home Phone:
(352)

332
-
6196

Pager:


(352)

413
-
5209

Office Hours:


Wednesday, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM


DEPARTMENT CHAIR


Joyce Stechmiller, PhD, ACNP
-
BC, FAAN





Associate Professor





stechjk@ufl.edu





HPNP 3230





Office Phone:
(352)
273
-
6394





Cell Phone:
(352)
284
-
1801





Office Hours: By appointment


COURSE DESCRIPTION


Th
e purpose of this

course is

to
provide t
he student with

clinical experiences in the
provision of
health
care for diverse
clients
with complicated acute and chronic illnesses

and the
application of population focused care principles.

Emphasis is on the delivery of holistic, safe,
and evidence based

health
care for
clients
with complicated disease, injury, and disability in a
variety of settings. Focus is on the evaluation of healthcare outcomes in
individuals and groups
with varied

l
evels of acuity

across the lifespan
.


COURSE OBJECTIVES


Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:


1.

Implement evidence
-
based
collaborative
interventions
in the
care of clients with
complicated
illnesses.


2.

Apply legal and ethical principl
es

in the care of

clients

with complicated disease, injury, and
disability.


3.

Utilize

principles of
population focused

care

in the healthcare management of individuals and
groups.



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4.

Formulate recommendations
for

revision of

interprofessional
plan
s

of care.

5.

Examine
professional behaviors and boundaries in the provision of holistic care of clients.


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Clinical Hours


Seminar

12 hours, 2 hours biweekly


Adult Health

total 80 hours


Child or Mental Health

total
32 hours


Community Health

48 hours


Simulation Lab

8 hours


Seminars:

Seminar will be on Fridays from 8:30 to 10:2
5

AM. This class is a part of the curr
iculum
and attendance is required. Makeup or alternate assignments will be at the discretion of semina
r
faculty.


Group and faculty assignments, dates, and locations are provided below.





Seminar Faculty According to Team/Group

Seminar
Team

Clinical Groups

Seminar Faculty

A

Group 1 (Knapp)

Group 2 (Sutton)

Sutton

Curtis

B

Group 3
(Yoon)

Group 4 (Weber)

Yoon

Weber

C

Group 5 (Citty)

Group 6 (Ahn
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Derrico

Young

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All groups

Pena






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Seminar Dates and Locations

(Fridays, 8:30 to 10:20)

Date

Groups Meeting

Date

Groups Meeting

May 18

All

June 29

Summer Break

May 2
5

No
Seminar

July 6

A

June 1

A

July 13

B,C

June 8

B,C

July 20

A

June 15

A

July 27

B,C

June 22

B,C

August 3

All

Room Assignments

Team A: Room G201

Team B: Room G201

Team C: Room G210








Faculty by Specialty


Adult Health

Child Health

Maternal
Health

Mental
Health

Community

Simulation

Sandi Knapp

Deborah
Popovich

Anna Kelley

Amber Pena

Sally Bethart

Anita
Stephens

Laura Sutton

Nancy Young


Maryann
Walker

Joan
Castleman


Sunny Yoon

Sheri Curtis



Sheri
Mangueira


Bryan Weber






Sandra Citty






Brian Ahn






David Derrico














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Clinical Grid

ATTENDANCE

Students are expected to be present for all
scheduled clinical practice experiences and
seminars.
Students who have extraordinary circumstances preventing attendance should explain
these circumstances to the course instructor
prior

to

the scheduled
clinical practice experience or
seminar
. Instructors will make an effort to accommodate
reasonable

requests. A grade penalty
may be assigned for
unexcused seminar or clinical absences
.
The faculty member will advise the
method of notification for absences to the clinical site e.g. phone, email, and notification of
facility.




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ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO DISABILITY

Each semester, students are responsible for requesting memorandum from the Disability
Resource Center to notify faculty of their requested individual accommodations. This should be
done at
the start of the semester.


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STUDENT HANDBOOK

Of particular importance for this course are the sections on appearance in clinical practice
areas, personal liability insurance, and student safety.
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TEACHING METHODS

Supervised clinical practice

experiences
,
seminar
,
and simulation lab.


LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Planned clinical practice activities, participation in seminar,
community home,
written
analysis of care
, and assigned activities


EVALUATION METHODS/ COURSE GRADE CALCULATION

Clinical experience will be evaluated t
hrough faculty observation, verbal communication
with the student, written work, and agency staff reports using a College of Nursing Clinical
Evaluation Form.
Faculty reserve the right to alter clinical experiences, including removal from
client care area
s, of any student to maintain patient safety and to provide instructional
experiences to support student learning.


Evaluation

of clinical performance

will be based on achievement of course and program
objectives using a College of Nursing Clinical Evalua
tion Form. All areas are to be rated. A
rating of Satisfactory represents satisfactory performance and a rating of Unsatisfactory
represents unsatisfactory performance.
The student must achieve a rating of Satisfactory in
each area by completion of the
semester in order to achieve a passing grade for the course
.

A rating of less than satisfactory in any of the areas at semester end will constitute an
Unsatisfactory course grade.


Adult health, mental health or child health, simulation lab, and seminar a
re all evaluated
separately. Preparation and participation in all components are required in order to complete the
course satisfactorily.


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The faculty member will hold evaluation conferences with the student and clinical
preceptor
, if applicable
. The fa
culty
member
will
document or
summar
ize

each conference
on
the Clinical Evaluation Form or Incidental Advisement Record
. This summary will be signed by
the faculty member and student. Mid
-
rotation evaluation conferences will be made available to
each student. Final evaluation conferences with faculty
members
are mandatory and will be held
during the last week of each cl
inical rotation. A student may request additional conferences at
any time by contacting the faculty

member
.


GRADING SCALE

S Satisfactory



U Unsatisfactory


For more information on grades and grading policies, please refer to University’s
grading
policies:

https://catalog.ufl.edu/ugrad/current/regulations/info/grades.aspx


REQUIRED TEXT
BOOK
S


Berman, A. & Snyder, S. (2012).
Kozier & Erb’s

Fundamentals of N
ursing: Concepts, process,


and practice
(9
th

ed.). Boston: Pearson.


ISBN
: 0323035620


Deglin, J. H., Vallerand, A. H., & Sanoski, C. A. (Eds.). (2011).
Davis's drug guide for nurses




(12th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis Co


ISBN
-
13: 978
-
0
-
8036
-
2309
-
5


Evolve RN Practice Tests:


HESI RN Practice Test, Version 3.0


ISBN #
978
-
0
-
3230
-
6867
-
3


Gidd
e
ns, J. F. (2010).
The Neighborhood.
Boston, MA: Pearson. On
-
line at



http://www.pearsonneighborhood.com



ISBN
-
13: 978
-
0
-
13
-
504998
-
3


Lewis, S., Dirksen, S., Heitkemper, M., Bucher, L., & Camera, I. (2011
).


Medical
-
surgical


nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems,
(
8
th

ed.).

Maryland Heights,


MO:

Mosby
.


ISBN # 978
-
0
-
320
-
65801


Mosby’s Nursing Video Skills: Student Version DVD (2009). Mosby


ISBN# 9780323052924


Perry, S., Hockenberry, M., Lowdermilk, D., & Wilson, D. (2010).
Maternal child nursing


care
(4
th

ed.). Maryland Heights, MO: Mosby.


ISBN


978
-
0
-
323
-
05720
-
2


Potter, P. & Perry, A. (2010
).


Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques

(7
th

ed.).


St. Louis,


MO:

Mosby
.


ISBN # 978
-
0
-
323
-
05289
-
4

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Townsend, M. C. (2011).
Essentials of psychiatric me
ntal health nursing: Concepts of care in


evidence
-
based practice

(5th ed.). Philadelphia: FA Davis.


ISBN 13: 978
-
0
-
8036
-
2338
-
5

RECOMMENDED REFERENCES


Evidence
-
based articles appropriate to the students’ clinical experiences. May be obtained fr
om
sources such as CINAHL and Pubmed.


Online
sources
. The Internet has a wealth of sites that contain evidence
-
based information.
Examples:


The American Heart Association

http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthcareResearch/Healthcare
-
Research_UCM_001093_SubHomePage.jsp



Center for Disease and Prevention:
http://www.cdc.gov/


Academy of Medical
-
Surgical Nurses:
http://www.amsn.org/



Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN):
http://www.qsen.org/



While using non
-
professional search engines and res
ources such as Google and Wikipedia are
permitted, caution must be exercised to ensure material obtained from any source is supported by
evidence
-
based information.



Approved:

Academic Affairs Committee:

General Faculty:

UF Curriculum Committee

9/09;2/12

09/09; 3/12

10/09