•As you enter, please pick up a yellow, green and orange sticky and a copy of the handouts and card from the front table. •Fold the card so that it will stand on your desk•Write your first name on the card in BIG lettersWelcome to Health Assessment I(63-166)
At the completion of this class, students will be able to:•Identify important components from the syllabus•Know a bit more about the professor and the class•Describe the techniques of Physical Examination (ch.4)-IPPA-Ht, Wt-BMI, waist hip ratio
Resources for this presentation selected from:Chandra, A., Neeland, I.J., Berry, J.D., Ayers, C.R., Rohatgi, A., Das, S.R., Khera, A., McGuire, D.Q., de Lemos, J.A., Turer, A.T. (2014). The Relationship of Body Mass and Fat Distribution With Incident Hypertension: Observations From the Dallas Heart Study. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 64(10): 997-1002. doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2014.05.057 Padwal, R., Pajewski, N., Allison, D., Sharma, A. (2011). Using the Edmonton obesity staging system to predict mortality in a population-representative cohort of people with overweight and obesity . CMAJ. Retrieved from: Stephen, T.C., Skillen, D.L., Day, R.A. & Bickley, L.S. (2010). Canadian Bates’ guide to health assessment for nurses. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health/ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.Stephen, T.C., Skillen, D.L., Day, R.A. & Jensen, S. (2012). Canadian Jensen’s nursing health assessment: A best practice approach. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health/ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.Wolters Kluwer Health & Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2010). The point. Retrieved from: World Health Organization. 3
A Little Housekeeping•Course syllabus –contract•Contact information•Office hours4
Lab Instructor Office hours•Professor Danielle Laing:– Tuesday 8 – 9am and Thursday 8 – 9am •Professor Kelly Wisbiski– Thursday 4:30 – 6:30 •Professor Jane Simanovski– Thursday 4:30 -5:30 and 7:30 – 8:30
A Little Housekeeping•Course requirements•Labs:–Labs are mandatory–There is prep work for labs which can be found in the syllabus –Should you miss a lab – please read carefully the instructions in the syllabus6
Labs are mandatory•Missed Labs – p.6 & 7 of the syllabus•Laboratory time is mandatory and it is the expectation that students will arrive on time for labs. Students who miss any portion of a lab, i.e. due to tardiness, are responsible to make up the missed lab time. Students who miss more than one lab are required to provide documentation of their absence (i.e. medical documentation).•Students who miss a lab, or who are refused entrance, are required to complete a video demonstrating the competency skills assigned for that particular week.