MSII Syllabus edited for Spring 11-comp

MSII Syllabus - Spring 2011 NURS 319 MS II SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF NURSING MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II NURS 319 Spring 2011

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Spring 2011: NURS 319: MS II SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF NURSING MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II NURS 319 Spring 2011 FACULTY Verna Reid, MSN, CNE, RN 1
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Spring 2011: NURS 319: MS II Level III SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF NURSING BS PROGRAM GOALS AND OUTCOMES YOU ARE HERE Program Goals Level II Outcomes Level III Outcomes Program Outcomes (Level IV) 1. Provides a broad based liberal arts education in the natural, behavioral, and nursing sciences; spiritual domain; and humanities in a Christian environment. 1.2 Applies knowledge from the natural, behavioral, and nursing sciences; spiritual domain; and humanities in caring for adults. 1.3 Utilizes knowledge from the natural, behavioral, and nursing sciences; spiritual domain; and humanities to guide nursing practice for clients across the life span. 1.4 Integrates scientific, conceptual, and nursing practice competencies from the natural, behavioral, and nursing sciences; spiritual domain; and humanities in providing quality nursing care in complex environments. 2. Prepares graduates with core nursing knowledge and competencies to apply the nursing process to meet the diverse and global health needs of society and meet the Differentiated Entry Level Competencies of Graduates of Texas Nursing Programs (DELC). 2.2 Performs a wholistic assessment of individuals across the life span respecting diversity of lifestyle, culture, and values of clients. 2.3 Uses assessment findings to diagnose, plan, deliver, and evaluate quality nursing care to individuals and their families, respecting diversity of lifestyle, culture, and values of clients. 2.4 Incorporates assessment findings from the family, community, and environment to diagnose, plan, deliver, and evaluate quality nursing care for diverse client systems. 3. Fosters the integration of the eight natural remedies into health promotion, risk reduction, & disease prevention; and illness & disease management. 3.2 Applies the eight natural remedies to the care of adults. 3.3 Applies the eight natural remedies to the care of clients across the lifespan. 3.4 Designs strategies for use of the eight natural remedies in modifying environmental factors which impact health for individuals, families, groups, and communities. 4. Facilitates the development of values and behaviors consistent with professional nursing standards. 4.2 Develops value-based behaviors fundamental to professional nursing practice 4.3 Demonstrates values and behaviors consistent with professional standards. 4.4 Assumes accountability to provide empathic and compassionate care for diverse client systems. 5. Promotes utilization of information literacy, critical thinking, theory, and research findings to enhance the delivery of evidence-based health care. 5.2 Explores sources of evidence-
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course NURS 313 taught by Professor Reid during the Fall '10 term at Southwestern Adventist.

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MSII Syllabus - Spring 2011 NURS 319 MS II SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF NURSING MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II NURS 319 Spring 2011

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