ALL 2010 Course Reader - 1 Nursing 148 ALL Course Reader...

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1 Nursing 148 ALL Course Reader For All Students in N 148 Spring Lori Rodriguez Semester 8 Chair Office HB 403 Phone 924-3146 N 148 ALL Course Syllabus 1/4/2010
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2 Greensheet SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY School of Nursing NURS 148: Nursing Practicum V – 3 units COURSE DESCRIPTION Independent, precepted experience with a wide range of clients in a variety of settings. Use a systems approach to research, leadership management, theory and beginning clinical proficiency, in collaboration with other health care members. PREREQUISITE Completion of Semester 7; all non-RNs must successfully pass NURS 101B. COREQUISITE COURSES: NURS 128 and NURS 138 COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, the student will: 1. integrate previous nursing curriculum content and process using systems theory in providing safe care to beginning professional caseload with minimal supervision; 2. assume responsibility/accountability for patient outcomes; 3. practice safely at all times, and take corrective actions when situation warrants; 4. use appropriate research terminology to critique research articles relating to nursing practice; 5. use critical thinking to solve problems and make decisions; 6. apply research findings, reflecting flexibility and adaptability to a changing health care environment, to clinical practice; 7. evaluate the effect of cultural differences for both staff members and clients when implementing therapeutic nursing interventions; 8. collaborate with instructor and preceptor in evaluating own professional performance; 9. demonstrate the ability to manage a beginning patient/client assignment expected of a new baccalaureate registered nurse; 10. demonstrate beginning case mgt/ leadership skills, to coordinate care across settings; 11. utilize the concepts of spousal, elder and child abuse with clients in a variety of settings; N 148 ALL Course Syllabus 1/4/2010
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3 12. communicate effectively verbally and in writing with clients, families, peers, caregivers, multidisciplinary health care members, and faculty; 13. describe how multidisciplinary health care workers are utilized in agency client care management; 14. complete a professional career development activity (eg. resume); 15. apply the main concepts of a selected theory in providing client care, utilizing theories such as crisis management, nursing theory, pain theory/management as basis for theory-based therapeutic nursing interventions; 16. promote healthy lifestyle plans for individuals, families, and communities, as appropriate for setting; 17. use cost-containment when providing client care; and 18. use computer and other information systems, as appropriate for setting. COURSE ACCOMMODATIONS "If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, or if you need special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment to meet with me as soon as possible or see me during office hours. Presidential Directive 97-03 requires that students with disabilities register with DRC to establish record of their disability." COURSE REQUIREMENTS
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