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Unformatted text preview: San Jose State University School of Nursing NURSING 147 B JOHN 23rd NURSE MANAGED CENTER COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING CLINICAL COURSE SYLLABUS Spring 2009 FACULTY: Daryl Canham, EdD, RN, BC Daryl Canham, EdD, RN, BC Professor Office: HB 413 Phone: 408-924-1323 (office) Pager: 408-229-7377 Cell: 408-489-9916 (0900-1530 Mon-Fri) Email: [email protected] 1 San Jose State University School of Nursing NURS 147B-Practicum IV-3 units GENERAL GREENSHEET FOR ALL SECTIONS [Refer to Course Calendar for Section 4 Information] COURSE DESCRIPTION Applies nursing process to care of clients from diverse populations in the community in a variety of settings. A systems approach to caring for individual and groups across the life span with community health care needs. PREREQUISITES Completion of Semester 6 or Bridge Semester COREQUISITES NURS 127B and NURS 137 STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, the student will: 1. Provide nursing care according to the guidelines of the Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Standards of Community Health Nursing, and the agency; 2. Provide nursing care in a safe, age and culturally sensitive manner; 3. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills; 4. Manage a caseload with complex needs in a community setting; 5. Use the research process and information technology to gather information and to implement and document nursing care for clients; 6. Independently assume responsibility to formulate and implement personal learning objectives, which demonstrate an understanding of professional behavior. 7. Conduct a(n) assessment(s); 8. Analyze data from assessment(s); 9. Based on priority nursing diagnosis and in collaboration with clients, families, groups, community and other health team members, formulate/revise plan of care; 10. Evaluate client outcomes; 11. Critically analyze complex community health nursing situations. 2 3 COURSE REQUIREMENTS The following requirements have been designed to help the student meet the above objectives: 1. Written and evaluated personal objectives. 2. Participation in designated activities such as assessments, teaching, community surveys, leadership/professional activities, community service, and clinical conferences. 3. Manage a caseload with complex needs. 4. Provide written and oral documentation and presentations based on client and population data. 5. Complete midterm and final course and personal self-evaluations. TEACHING STRATEGIES • Faculty guidance of clinical learning experiences. • Individual and group conferences • Team and individual conference presentations EVALUATION & GRADING The student is required to meet all course objectives satisfactorily and safely as specified on this greensheet and the practicum evaluation tool in order to receive a grade of credit (CR)....
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