I.Basic Course Information:Course Title: Health Restoration IICourse Number and Section: NU214Semester: Fall 2021Credit Hours: 5Course meeting times: Seated classes per registrar room assignment and time.Virtual classes in Microsoft Teams. Lecture link on MOODLE.II.Required Text(s)/Materials:Harding, M. (2020).Lewis’s Medical-Surgical Nursing Assessment and Management ofClinical Problems.(11thed.). Elsevier with Sherpath.Sherpath is required with the text.Recommended Textbooks and ResourcesNCLEX-RN additional review books available on the Trocaire Library reserve shelf.Khan Academy NCLEX-RN videosAmerican Psychological Association. (2019).Publication manual of the AmericanPsychological Association (7th ed.).Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.PurdueOWL: III.Instructor Information:Name:Martha Bronstein MSN, RN, CENOffice Number Campus: Rm 241Office Hours: (in-office or virtual Wednesday 3 – 6 pm by appointment)Office Phone: 716-827-2460Email address:[email protected]Email preferred method of contactIV. Course Description:NU214 Health Restoration II (5 credit hours)In this course, the nursing process will be used within the NLN and QSEN competencies to identifynursing care needs of patients experiencing acute and chronic cancer, hematological, respiratory, shock,burn, orthopedic, HIV/AIDS, genomics, sensory and immunological health deviations. Clinicalexperiences will be provided in acute care hospital settings. (Fall and Spring Semesters – Day andEvening) Three didactic hours and eight clinical hours/week.Prerequisites: Minimum grade of “C” in NU115, NU122, NU124, PSY102, and BIO223/BIO223L(“C-”is not acceptable)V.Program Learning Outcomes
End of Program Student Learning Outcomes (EPSLOs) are outlined below. Course Learning Outcomes(CLOs) are linked to End of Program Learning Outcomes. At the completion of the AAS Degree inNursing Program, the student will know or be able to:EPSLO #1: At the end of the program, the student will demonstrate quantitative reasoning in the practiceof nursing.EPSLO #2: At the end of the program, the student will demonstrate effective communication in the role ofRegistered Nurse when interacting with clients and members of the inter-disciplinary inter-professionalhealthcare team.EPSLO #3: At the end of the program, the student will utilize the nursing process, critical thinking, andMaslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to provide safe and effective nursing care.ESPLO #4: At the end of the program, the student will utilize technology in the provision of safe nursingcare.EPSLO #5: At the end of the program, the student will provide culturally competent therapeutic nursingcare.EPSLO #6: At the end of the program, the student will collaborate with members of the inter-disciplinaryinter professional healthcare team in the role of the Registered Nurse.