NURS202 Nursing IV
Department of Professional Studies: Allied Health & Nursing: Nursing
- I. Course Number and Title
- NURS202 Nursing IV
- II. Number of Credits
- 9 credits
- III. Minimum Number of Instructional Minutes Per Semester
- 3750 classroom instructional minutes, 9000 clinical instructional minutes
- IV. Prerequisites
- $150 nursing fee, plus other fees. NURS210, SOCI110, PSYC110, COMM110, and Cultural Perspective
- COMM110 and Cultural Perspective
- V. Other Pertinent Information
Student must have current certification in CPR: Health Care Provider.
- Nursing Fee: $150.00/course
- Malpractice Insurance: $15.00/course
- Nursing Laboratory Fee: $20.00/course
- Standardized Testing Fee: TBD
- VI. Catalog Course Description
- Nursing IV continues with the nursing care that assists individuals to respond to alterations in every functional health pattern and ineffective responses to each of those alterations, emphasizing the cognitive perceptual health pattern. Students care for patients and use current technology to analyze and integrate data.
- VII. Required Course Content and Direction
Learning Goals:The graduate will practice the three associate degree roles, in a safe, competent, and caring manner. Critical thinking will be used to apply the theoretical constructs from the cognitive, affective. and psychomotor domains to:
- Communicate in a professional manner that acknowledges and preserves the individual's dignity and worth, while recognizing cultural differences.
- Apply the nursing process to diagnose and treat individual and family responses to alterations in their functional health patterns.
- Collaborate with the health care team to manage groups of patients with predictable outcomes while appropriately outcomes while appropriately delegating duties to other health care providers.
- Demonstrate awareness of today's health care delivery system and its impact on future health, act according to and within the legal and ethical standards set forth by the Pennsylvania Nurse Practice Act, the College, the Nursing Program, the legal system at large, the affiliating agencies and their accreditation bodies, and the nursing profession.
Planned Sequence of Topics and/or Learning Activities:Refer to Nursing Curriculum Course Format for NURS202: Nursing IV, The Art and Science of Caring.
Assessment Methods for Core Learning Goals:
Reference, Resource, or Learning Materials to be used by Students:Current textbooks are listed on the student reference list in the Course Format. All listed texts are on reserve in the library. Interactive videos are in the college library. Videocassettes are available for viewing in the college laboratory.
- VIII. Teaching Methods Employed
- Interactive lecture, case studies, videos. Demonstration of skills with supervised student practice and re-demonstration by the student in the college laboratory, as well as clinical site and clinical pre and-post conferences.
Review/Approval Date - 3/99