NURS 2212

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NURS 2212

NURSING 2212 Advanced Nursing Care 4 Credits

This course is designed to assist students to gain knowledge of complex and critical health problems and to use the nursing process to identify nursing interventions to promote the health of the individual and their family. Emphasis is placed on critical health problems of the life processes of: protective function, oxygenation, sensorimotor, elimination, and reproduction. Other content to be included will be emergency and disaster nursing and care of the high risk pregnant client and neonate. Selected laboratory experiences in caring for clients in acute care facilities and simulated experiences will enable the student to acquire knowledge and skill related to the content. This course consists of 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of laboratory experience. PR: Nursing 2208. CR: ALLH 2210, NURS 2209, NURS 2211. Spring semester. A Basic Life support card is required.

Complete Outcomes Table

Course Outcome Direct Measure(s) Performance Standard Rubric or other detail
1. Use critical thinking when applying the nursing process to the care of clients with complex health problems occurring within the life processes of protective function, oxygenation, sensorimotor, elimination, reproduction and in situations of emergency and disaster nursing. standardized and nonstandardized exams, care plans, clinical evaluation satisfactory clin eval, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmark clin eval rubric
2. Demonstrate accountable and responsible behavior in the classroom and clinical setting. clinical evaluation satisfactory clin eval clin eval rubric
3. Synthesize concepts from nursing and the physical, biological, behavioral, and social sciences to care for clients with complex health problems. standardized and nonstandardized exams, care plans, clinical evaluation, research paper, case studies satisfactory clin evals, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmarks research paper and clin eval rubrics
4. Demonstrate therapeutic communication effectively with clients, family and healthcare team members. standardized and nonstandardized exams, clinical evaluation satisfactory clin evals, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmarks clin eval rubric
5. Implement therapeutic nursing interventions. standardized and nonstandardized exams, clinical evaluation, skills check-off, care plans satisfactory clin evals, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmarks clin eval rubric
6. Evaluate client outcomes. standardized and nonstandardized exams, clinical evaluation, skills check-off, care plans satisfactory clin evals, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmarks clin eval rubric
7. Perform the roles of care provider, client teacher, communicator, and manager of care. standardized and nonstandardized exams, clinical evaluation satisfactory clin evals, 75% on course exams, standardized exam benchmarks clin eval rubric
       

Methods of Assessment

1. Examinations 2. Care plans 3. Simulation/Skills check off 4. Clinical performance/Direct Observation 5. Kaplan Assessment Exams