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Review for NUR 103 Final Learning domains- affective, cognitive, psychomotor Elements of teaching process General principles of learning Elements of a correctly written learning objective Critical thinking skills (interpretation, analysis, inference, evaluation, explanation, self- regulation) Be able to recognize examples of critical thinking Kataoka, Yahiro and Saylor’s Model of Critical Thinking The nursing process Effect of DRGs (Diagnostic Related Groups) on health care system Medicare vs. Medicaid Prospective payment system What a nurse case manger is Levels of care- preventive, primary, secondary, tertiary Problems in present HCD system
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Unformatted text preview: Value clarification-Deontologic theory of ethics Ethics vs. morals Definitions of ethical principles (beneficence, nonmaleficence, veracity, justice, fidelity) Definition of informed consent Who are you primarily accountable to? Role of nurse in informed consent forms Types of consent- written consent, implied through action, implied in emergency, consent of guardian Rights of clients – right to refuse treatment, right to privacy, right to diagnosis, right to explanation of treatment Know about durable power of attorney and living wills Assault vs. Battery Purpose and who establishes the Nurse Practice Act...
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