METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE FORM

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METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

COURSE OUTLINE FORM



COURSE TITLE:

ROLES OF NURSING I


COURSE PREFIX AND NO.

NURS
1200


LEC

1


LAB

0


CREDIT HOURS

1



COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to assist the student in identifying the role of
the nurse as a member of the health team. The
history of nursing and the development of professional

legal and

ethic
al responsibilities
. Emphasis is placed on the
nursing process, communication, and
fundamentals of the teaching
-
learning process.


COURS
E PREREQUISITE (S):

CHEM 1010, ENGL 1010, Math 1310, and PSYC 1120

C
O
-
REQUISITES:

NURS
1300
, NURS
1510
, NURS 1110,




RATIONAL:

To introduce the student to the role of the nurse


REQUIRED TEXTBOOK (S) and/or MATERIALS
:


1.

Introduction to Medical Surgical
Nursing 5
th

ed. Linton, A.; Saunders: 9781437717082


2.

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: A Guide to Planning Care
: 9
th

ed Ackley ISBN: 9780232071503


3.

Laboratory and diagnostic tests
, 8
th

ed, Corbett ISBN: 0132373327


4.

Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses
, 13
th

ED 2013
, Vallerand, FA Davis ISBN:9780803628373


5.

Math for Nurses
: Stassi, M; Kaplan publishing, 2
nd

ed ISBN: 9781607140474


6.

Mosby’s Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions
. Mosby 2007, 8
th

ed ISBN:
978032304975


7.

Fundamentals of Nursing
, Kozie
r; 9
th

ed




Attached course outline written by:
D. Hughes, K. Kennedy, C. Martin, J. Ortgies, K. Clark

Date:
8/05

Reviewed/Revised by: ___
Nancy Pares






Date:
01/13

Effective quarter of course outline: _
Fall
_

________________________ Date: __
2006
_____
_________

Dean:
Stacey Ocander








Date: _______________



Course Objectives, Topical Unit Outlines, and Unit Objectives must be attached to this form.

At the completion of this course the student will be able to:

1.

Discuss the historical ev
o
lution of
nursing.

2. Utilize the nursing process as a tool to identify and meet client needs.

2.

Discuss legal and ethical issues related to the Practice of Nursing.

3.

Discuss the concepts of communication in nursing practice.

4.

Apply the teaching
-
learnin
g process and in the delivery of nursing care.










TOPICAL UNIT OUTLINE/UNIT OBJECTIVES:


UNIT I Overview of Nursing


Unit Objectives: At the completion of this unit of study the student will be able to


l.

Discuss briefly the history of nursing as
it evolved from Ancient Civilization to the present time.


2.

Discuss the contributions which were made in the field of nursing by select individuals:



3.

List the levels of education which are available in the field of nursing.


4.

Discuss the roles and
functions of the nurse based upon the NLN competencies.


5.

Discuss ways in which nursing demonstrates characteristics of a profession.


6.

Name two (2) professional groups which are concerned with the welfare of practical nurses and briefly
discuss functi
ons of each group.



7.

Discuss the Philosophy and Conceptual Framework of Metropolitan Community College's Nursing
Program.


8.

Explain what
being a nurse means to you
personally.


10.

Define the following

terms
:



A
utonomy




NOAD
N



Profession




ANA



Registered Nurse




NLN




Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse LPNAN



LPN Certified











UNIT II
Nursing Process


Unit O
bjectives:
At the completion of this unit, the student will be able to


1. Define “nursing process.”

2. Discuss the purposes and benefits of the nursing process.

3. Discuss the purposes and benefits of the nursing process.

4. Identify the steps of the nurs
ing process.

5. Identify the components of data collection related to the nursing process.

6. Differentiate between subjective and objective data.

7. Identify sources of data.

8. Describe the nec
essity of validating assessment data.

9. State the importance of data documentation.

10. Define the nurse’s role in contributing to the nursing diagnosis.

11. Describe how a client problem is determined.

12. Identify the two categories of client problems.

13. Differentiate between nursing diagnosis and medical diagnosis.

14. Identify methods of establishing priorities of client problems.

15. Identify the components of the planning phase of the nursing process.

16. Discuss the need for goals and expected out
comes.

17. List the criteria for goals and expected outcomes.

18. Describe the types of nursing interventions.

19. Describe how to select and validate appropriate nursing interventions.

20. Describe the steps of the evaluation process.

21. Explain the proc
ess of care plan revision.

22.
Describe the nursing process and its component parts; use the nursing process in providing individual client


care. CHECK THIS OBJECTIVE!!!!!!!!!

28. Define the following terms:


assessment



error of omission


NANDA

dat
a clustering



error of commission


potential problem

data collection



etiology



prioritization

data documentation


health care problems


problem

functional health pattern

client centered goal


problem identification

health care team


activiti
es of daily living

related factor

health history



interview



scientific rationale

interdependent interventions

independent interventions

taxonomy

actual problems


dependent interventions

nursing intervention

criteria




outcome evaluation


evaluation

dat
a analysis



medical diagnosis


implementation

defining characteristics

nursing diagnosis













Unit III Legal and Ethical Concepts


Unit Objectives: At the completion of this unit of study, the student will be able to


l.

Describe and differentiate

values, ethics, and moral beliefs.

2.

Discuss the formation of values.

3.

Explain the ways in which personal and professional values interrelate.

4.

Apply ethical principles to the practice of nursing.

5.

Explain the relationship between accountability, r
esponsibility, and ethics.

6.

Define what is meant by a Code of Ethics.

7.

Identify twelve (12) items listed on the Patient's Bill of Rights published by the American Hospital
Association.

8.

Discuss Bioethical issues.

9.

Discuss sources of law.

10.

Dis
cuss standards of care.

1
1
.

Define federal statutory issues in nursing practice.

12.

Discuss civil and common law issues as related to nursing practice.

13.

Apply legal and ethical concepts to a case study in class.

14.

Define the following terms:



valu
es



state ethics



moral belief



deontology



accountability



responsibility



bill of rights


neglect

































UNIT I
V

Communication


Unit Objectives: At the completion of this unit the student will be able t
o


1.

Define communication.

2.

Discuss forms and components of the communication process.

3.

Describe the differences in the levels of communication.

4.

State factors that influence communication.

5.

Identify factors included in verbal and nonverbal commun
ication.

6.

Compare aggressive and assertive communication.

7.

List the components of a therapeutic helping relationship.

8.

Describe the phases of a helping relationship.

9.

Describe techniques used to promote and block effective therapeutic commun
ication.

10. Apply the concepts of verbal communication and client documentation in the health care setting.







































UNIT
V

Teaching and Learning


Unit objectives: At the completion of this unit of study the student will

be able to



1.

Describe the similarities and differences between teaching and learning.


2.

Identify the purposes of client teaching.


3.

Compare the teaching process with the communication process.


4.

Identify the domains of learning.


5.

Discuss fa
ctors which comprise readiness to learn with those of willingness to learn.


6.

Identify basic teaching principles.


7.

Define the following terms:



affective learning



motivation



cognitive learning



psychomotor learning



compliance




reinforcem
ent



learning





teaching



learning objective






























METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NURS 1200


Professional Roles of the Nurse I

PROJECT FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING UNIT


Name:__________________________________Date:_________________
_________________

Grading Criteria for a total of 50 points


Teaching Plan Component

Points

Available

Points

Earned

Determine a client teaching/learning need.

10


State the intended audience.

10


Select and describe the teaching techniques used that
me
e
t the learning needs of the client.

5


Organize the presentation logically.


A. Outline teaching points to be presented.


B. Describ
e

how the teaching points
are

presented

5

3

2


Identif
y

the domains of learning incorporated into the
teaching/

learning project.


A. State why th
e
se domains
are

used.

5


5


Describe how learning
is

to be evaluated.

5



Total points earned:




























Unit VI Health Care Delivery Systems


Unit Objectives:
At the completion of this unit, the s
tudent will be able to



l.

Define the concept of health.

2.

Discuss Healthy People 2010.

3.

Describe models of health, illness and wellness.

4.

Discuss concepts related to health promotion, disease prevention and health maintenance.

5.

Compare acute and

chronic illness.

6.

Discuss stress and coping.

7. Discuss risk factors that increase the vulnerability of a person to illness.

8. List common health concerns from adolescence through the older adult.

9.

Discuss the health care team and spe
cific nurse roles.

10.

Discuss trends in health care delivery.

11. Describe factors that influence healthcare.

12. Discuss rehabilitation concepts as they relate to the ill adult.

13.

Describe payment sources in the health care system.

14.

Define the following terms:


Acute illness Adaptation Chronic Illness Compliance Continuum

Coping Diagnosis Related Group Environment Health beliefs

Holistic care

HMO Life style Managed Care Medicaid Medicare


Pathogen PPO Rehabilitation Risk factor

Stress
Stressor Social needs Terminally ill Variable
































COURSE ASSESSMENT

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:
The instructor will provide lectures to explain the theoretical information.
Use of technology will incorporate the use of lecture outlines,
Po
werPoint
, and video presentations. Small
group activities will be utilized to promote critical thinking skills.


METHODS OF ASSESSING STUDENT PROGRESS:

Classroom assessment techniques will be utilized
periodically to determine the student’s understanding

of the materials being studied. Each unit of study will be
assessed with a unit examination and project for the teaching and learning project.


COURSE REQUIREMENT/EVALUATION: Each objecti
ve will be assessed as follows:



COURSE OBJECTIVES



ASSESSMENT MEASURES

1.
Discuss the historical evolution of nursing.

Handout


My Nursing Lab

2.
Utilize the nursing process as a tool to
identify and meet client needs.

Small group discussion

Handout

My Nursing Lab

3.
Discuss legal and ethical issues related to
the Practice of Nursing.

Unit test (Units I & II)

Handout My Nursing Lab

4.
Discuss cultural influences upon nursing
care.

Small group discussion

Unit test (Unit III)

5.
Discuss the con
cepts of communication in
nursing practice.

Handout My Nursing Lab


6. Apply the teaching
-
learning process in the
delivery of nursing care.

Teaching Project

Final
-
Exam (Units V, & VI, &
Comprehensive) My Nursing Lab

7. Discuss the health care deliver
y system as
it impacts client care.

Discussion



CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING FINAL COURSE GRADE:


Unit exams will be assigned points and averaged at the end of the course. The assigned project for teaching is
50 points.

Points for exams are:





Each u
nit exam

= 50 points for a total of 100 points



60%

My Nursing Lab

=

10
0 points



10%

Teaching Project

=




50 points



10%

Final Exam


=




100 points



20%








350

total points

100%


At the

end of the course, the points will be converted to a percent. The grading scale is: 93
-

100 = A, 86
-

92
= B, 7
8

-

85 = C, 70
-

7
7

= D, Below 70 = F.
There will be NO rounding of grades
, i.e., a 7
8
.8 = 7
8
%. A
final course grade of C (7
8
%) is requ
ired to continue in the program.


Unit examinations will be administered as indicated on the course calendar.

There is a teaching project that must be completed to successfully complete the course.


MAKE
-
UP TEST PROCEDURES:

If it is necessary to be absent

during an assigned test period, the student must make up the exam prior to the
next scheduled class date. Failure to do so will result in a zero for the exam. The student may miss one exam
without penalty, as long as the test is made up within the specifi
ed time period.


If the student misses more
than one exam, the exam may be made up, but the maximum score allowed i
s 80% for the second missed
exam
,
50% for all others missed
.

The

final examination must be taken on the scheduled date and at the
scheduled
time
.


Students
may not enter the classroom

after the testing has begun. If the student is not in the classroom when
tests are being distributed the student must follow the procedure for make up testing.