NURS 103 2010 Wenatchee

NURS 103 2010 Wenatchee - First Year Nursing Syllabus...

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First Year Nursing Syllabus Nursing 103: Clinical Universal Self-Care of the Adult/Aging Adult Wenatchee & Omak Campuses Winter 2010
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Table of Contents Course Overview ……………………………………………………… 3 The Special Populations Office ……………………………………… 5 Labs: Medication Lab ……………………………………………… 6 Orthopedic Lab ……………………………………………… 6 Respiratory Lab ……………………………………………… 7 Loss and Grief ……………………………………………… 8 Good Grief/Hospice Day ……………………………………… 9 Diabetes Lab ……………………………………………………… 10 Learning Objectives: Out-Rotation Learning Objectives (Wenatchee only) ……… 21 Pediatric Clinical Learning Objectives ……………………… 22 Geriatric Clinical Objectives ……………………………………… 22 Medical/Oncology Clinical Objectives ……………………… 23 Obstetrics Clinical Objectives ……………………………… 23 Orthopedic Clinical Objectives ……………………………… 24 Surgical Clinical Objectives ……………………………………… 25 Evaluations: Clinical Skills Evaluation ……………………………………… 26 Skills Test Day ……………………………………………… 27 End of Quarter Clinical Evaluation ……………………………… 27 Clinical Performance Evaluation ……………………………… 28 Clinical Forms – Masters: Journal Guidelines ……………………………………………… 33 Concept Map, Pathomap Templates can be found on Sharon Eagle’s website. OB/Peds required forms can be found on Linda Visser’s website. Nursing 103 Syllabus Page 2 Winter 2009
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Course Overview Catalog Description Implementation of the classroom knowledge in the clinical setting. Assessment and management of the needs for selected adult and aged adult clients are completed during the clinical experience. Use of nursing process is continued during each consecutive day. Clinical Guidelines 1. Acute Care (Hospital) Rotation On the first clinical day, meet the instructor at the place and time designated for a general orientation to your assigned hospital. Early in the quarter you will be responsible for the care of one (1) patient. You may eventually provide care for two (2) patients, with the approval of your clinical instructor. Your instructor will tell you if you are required to select your patient(s) the day before. You are responsible to seek out appropriate opportunities to meet clinical objectives included in this syllabus.
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