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1SYLLABUSNURS 3005 Transition to Professional NursingFall 2020Faculty:Antonea’ Jackson PhD, RN, CNEPracticum: TBASection # and CRN:Section Y01; CRN: 15692 Section M11; CRN: 15692Office Location:Houston Center: 906Jackson/VirtuallyOffice Phone:713-797-7046/Email Address:[email protected]Office Hours:Jackson: 1-4p Tuesday, 3-5p Wednesday, Friday 10a-12pJones:Mode of Instruction:HybridTheory / Face to Face PracticumCourse Location:Virtual and TBDClass Days & Times:Wednesday (M01)9 a.m.12:50 p.m.Tuesday (M11)7 a.m.3 p.m.Catalog Description:This theory practicum combination course focuses on the transition to professional nursingpractice and the nursing care of adult clients experiencing moderate to major alterationsfrom health. Professional nursing concepts and nursing care of clients with acute andchronic health alterations is explored.Prerequisites:Admission to clinical studiesCo-requisites:NURS 3013, NURS 3023Required Text(s):Professional Nursing Concepts and Challenges (Black) 8th edition.Medical Surgical Nursing (Lewis) 11th editionElsevier Adaptive Quizzing for Medical-Surgical Nursing, 11th EditionPracticum (Clinical Component)Clinical Skills: Essentials CollectionAssessment Technologies Incorporated. (2019). Dosage Calculation and Safe MedicationAdministration. Leawood, KS. Retrieved fromRecommendedText(s):
2Student Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:ProgramLearningOutcome #AlignmentCore CurriculumOutcomeAlignmentDIDACTIC1Apply nursing and related theories as they impact health promotion,protection and restoration needs for culturally diverse clients. (POPCC, I-III,VII-IX)#1Critical ThinkingSkills2Implement the nursing process with clients of varying cultures, values andbeliefs. (POPCC,II-III, VI-VII)#2Critical Thinking;Empirical andQuantitativeSkills3Incorporate health information and technological skills in implementation ofteaching-learning strategies to meet specific needs for health teaching withclients. (POPCC, II, IV, VI)#3Critical Thinking;Empirical’Communicationand QuantitativeSkills4Demonstrate critical thinking and communication skills in the role of thenurse as provider of care, coordinator of care and member of theprofession. (POPCC, PSA, MOP, II-III, VI-VII )#4Critical Thinking5Use research findings from nursing and health related literature andevidence based practice for clinical decision-making in professional nursing.(POPCC, II-III, VII)#4Critical Thinking;Empirical andQuantitativeSkills6Assume responsibility and accountability related to one's own professionalpractice continued professional growth and development (MOP, V, VIII, IX).#6Personal andSocialResponsibility
3=Clinical BehaviorsThe student will demonstrate proficiency in clinical practice and discuss the followingin clinical setting:1.Demonstrate the steps of the nursing process using a critical thinking approacha. Assessment of selected patientsb. Identification of nursing diagnoses based on assessment datac. Formulation of nursing care plan consistentwith nursing diagnosesd. Using evidence-based approaches.

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