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Fundamentals Of Nursing Practice (NURS 402) Syllabus Spring 2019

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Fundamentals Of Nursing Practice (NURS 402)

NURS 402 Syllabus Spring 2019

NURS 402 Spring 2019
PACE UNIVERSITY LIENHARD
SCHOOL OF NURSING COLLEGE OF
HEALTH PROFESSIONS
DEPARTMENT OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
ABSN PROGRAM
COURSE SYLLABUS
I. COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE NURS 402 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
CRN # 23791
MEETING DATE: Thursday 7:55am – 9:55am
NUMBER OF CREDITS: 4 credits (2 credits didactic, 2 credit clinical – 90 hours clinical)
II. FACULTY
Dr. Millie Hepburn, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, SCRN
Course Coordinator
Office: TBA
Office Hours: Thursday: 7:00-7:45 AM, 10:00-3:00 PM or by appointment
PLACEMENT IN CURRICULUM: Level 1 ABNS Program
PRE-REQUISITES: CHE 101, BIO 152, BIO 153, BIO 264, PSY 100, MAT 110, clinical
calculation exam; Health Clearance Required
PRE or CO-REQUISITES: NURS 403, NURS 404, NURS 406, NURS 409
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course focuses on the foundations of nursing practice. Fundamental principles related to
cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains will be discussed, demonstrated, and
practiced. Concepts of health assessment, health promotion, nursing process, teaching and
learning, and documentation in the medical record will be discussed. Evidence-based practice
will be introduced and used as a basis to practice therapeutic interventions. Principles and
practices of safety, competency in clinical calculation in nursing practice, critical thinking,
and culturally competent nursing care will be emphasized. Students will perform therapeutic
nursing interventions basic to nursing in supervised college laboratory and agency settings.
IV. COURSE OBJECTIVES
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Within a framework of primary health care and consistent with professional standards the
student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate critical thinking and clinical reasoning to arrive at sound and effective
clinical judgements related to assessment and foundational care of clients including
clients with special needs.
2. Provide culturally competent patient-centered care to individuals, families, groups and
communities.
3. Provide safe, comprehensive, high quality, and technologically competent basic care for
diverse populations.
4. Integrate concepts of inter and intra-professional communication, holism, health
promotion, and disease prevention in the delivery of primary health care.
5. Integrate nursing theory and research in an evidence-based approach to basic nursing
practice.
6. Demonstrate accountability for the legal and ethical principles of professional nursing
practice in a socially responsible manner.
7. Utilize leadership skills and strategies to promote quality foundational patient care.
8. Demonstrate professional behaviors in classroom and clinical settings.
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