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SAULT COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGYSAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIOCOURSE OUTLINECOURSE TITLE:NURSING PRAXIS AND PROFESSIONAL CARING VCODE NO. :BScN 3084PROGRAM:Collaborative Bachelor of Science in NursingAUTHOR:Angela Hyden in collaboration with Laurentian University,Cambrian College, Northern College, and St. Lawrence CollegeDATE:June 2016APPROVED:5SEMESTER:PREVIOUS OUTLINE DATED:“Marilyn King”CHAIR, HEALTH PROGRAMSJune 2015June/16DATETOTAL CREDITS:4PREREQUISITE(S):CO-REQUISITE(S):BSCN 2144, BSCN 2057, BSCN 2107, CHMI 2220HOURS/WEEK:3 hours (classroom), 4 (laboratory) plus a total of 96 hours ofacute clinical experience and 72 community hours communityclinical experience.Copyright 2016 The Sault College of Applied Arts & TechnologyReproduction of this document by any means, in whole or in part, without priorwritten permission of Sault College of Applied Arts & Technology is prohibited.For additional information, please contact the Chair, Health ProgramsSchool of Health, Wellness and Continuing Education(705) 759-2554, Ext. 2689

Nursing Praxis and ProfessionalCaring VI.2BSCN3084COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course focuses on health promotion and protection within the context ofphysiological, psychological, emotional, social, cultural, and spiritual health.Opportunities are provided to explore health and healing in relation to health-caredelivery. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.II.LEARNING OUTCOMES AND ELEMENTS OF THE PERFORMANCE:Ends-in viewThe learner will be able to: demonstrate a developed knowledge and critical understanding ofhealth protection and illness prevention approaches in relation tohealth care delivery in the context of hospitals and communitysettings; demonstrate the ability to use evidenced-based practice guidelinesand literature to inform nursing practice in the context of classroom,hospital and community settings; demonstrate integrative thinking that includes relevantpathophysiology, pharmacology, laboratory values, evidencedbased practice guidelines, theoretical concepts, social determinantsof health and community resources; demonstrate sound judgment in the use of these concepts andcontent in a variety of learning contexts including nursing clinicalsettings and display confidence and growing competence in their practiceOverviewThis course is designed to help the learner develop critical thinking throughthe analysis of case studies encountered in practice. The case studies willpertain to a variety of nursing areas. Learners will be required to applynursing knowledge, critical thinking, clinical judgment, and clinical decisionmaking processes - all of which must be supported by theory/evidence todevelop client centered care plans for the case studies. Learners will beexpected to draw on their previous learning in order to fully understand thecomplexities of the cases. For example, learners may need to return totheir pathophysiology and pharmacology notes in order to identify thepriority health challenge in the given situation.ProcessActive learning is the philosophical approach in this course. Engaging in avariety of learning strategies such as discussion, class presentation, casestudy analysis, debate, team work, critical reflection and clinical practicelearners will develop the ability to apply their knowledge to specificcontexts. The emphasis on critical thinking and integration of knowledgeprepares learners for competent and safe nursing practice.

Nursing Praxis and ProfessionalCaring VIII.3BSCN3084TOPICS: Course Introduction. Overview: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Mental Health Assessment, Mental Health Interventions Health protection in client with: Altered Mood Health protection in client with: Altered thought and perception Health protection in client with: Altered Integrity, personality disorders Health protection in client with: Altered role and relationship Health protection in client with: Anxiety, obsessive compulsive Health protection in client with: Altered cognition, organic brain disorders Health protection in client with: Altered cognition: traumatic neurological Health protection in client with: Altered cognition/musculoskeletal:degenerative neurological Health protection in client with: Altered metabolism Health protection in client with: Altered lower gastrointestinal functioning Health protection in client with: complex health challenges Scenario testingTopics may be adjusted according to learner/professor needs. Please refer to syllabusIV.REQUIRED RESOURCES/TEXTS/MATERIALS:RESOURCES REQUIREDPollard, C., Ray, S., & Hasses, M., (2014). Varcarolis’s Canadian PsychiatricMental Health Nursing A Clinical Approach (1st Canadian ed.). Toronto, ONElsevier Inc.Purchased for NURS 3005Stanhope, M., Lancaster, J., Jakubec, S., & Pike-MacDonald, S. (2016).Community health nursing in Canada 3rd ed. Toronto, ON: ElsevierCanada.Note: Publication date is October 3, 2016. This textbook can be purchased with other course texts and will beavailable for pick up some time after October 3 from the Bookstore with proof of purchase. This textbook will bebundled with an e-book version which will be available in your Evolve account on October 3. Any assignedchapters prior to October 3 will be available to you as chapter proofs on D2L.

Nursing Praxis and ProfessionalCaring VBSCN30844Ackley, B.J., & Ladwig, G.B., (2011) Nursing diagnosis handbook: A evidence-basedguide to planning care (9th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.Elsevier, Inc. Simulation Learning System for RN (Retail Access Card)Karch, A. (2013). 2013 Lippincott’s nursing drug guide Canadian version. Philadelphia:Lippincott.Lehne, R.A. (2013). Pharmacology for nursing care (8th ed.). St. Louis, Mo:SaundersPagnana, K., & Pagana, T. (2010). Mosby’s manual of diagnostic and laboratory tests.(4th ed.). St. Louis, MO: MosbyRubenfeld, M. G., & Scheffer, B. K. (2015). Critical thinking tactics for nurses: Achievingthe IOM competencies (3rd ed). Jones & BartlettVanMeter, K. and Hubert, R. (2015) Gould’s Pathophysiology for Health Professions. 5th(Ed.) Toledo, OH: Saunders .V.EVALUATION PROCESS/GRADING SYSTEM:Midterm ExamCommunity ClinicalAcute ClinicalScenario TestingMandatory Lab HoursNumeracy competenceFinal sfactory (85%)45%Failure to achieve a final grade of 60% in the class component orsatisfactory in both clinical areas and laboratory constitutes a failure inBScN 3084. The philosophical beliefs surrounding praxis precludestudents from repeating parts of Nursing Practice courses. Therefore,failure in ANY component will require the student to repeat ALL areasof the course. There are not exceptions to this policy. Please seeSyllabus for additional information regarding evaluations.The following semester grades will be assigned to students:GradeA ABCDF (Fail)Definition90 – 100%80 – 89%70 - 79%60 - 69%50 – 59%49% and belowGrade PointEquivalent4.

Nursing Praxis and ProfessionalCaring VCR (Credit)SUXNRW5BSCN3084Credit for diploma requirements has beenawarded.Satisfactory achievement in field /clinicalplacement or non-graded subject area.Unsatisfactory achievement infield/clinical placement or non-gradedsubject area.A temporary grade limited to situationswith extenuating circumstances giving astudent additional time to complete therequirements for a course.Grade not reported to Registrar's office.Student has withdrawn from the coursewithout academic penalty.If a faculty member determines that a student is at risk of not being academicallysuccessful, the faculty member may confidentially provide that student’s name toStudent Services in an effort to help with the student’s success. Students wishingto restrict the sharing of such information should make their wishes known to thecoordinator or faculty member.VI.SPECIAL NOTES:A.ClassesAs active participants in BScN 3084, learners are expected to attend all weekly classesand come prepared. Punctual and regular attendance at each class is critical tosuccessfully meeting the knowledge and clinical skills expectations required for Year III.If there are extenuating circumstances bearing upon a learner’s absence, the courseprofessor is to be notified by any means such as in person, voice mail, email, or writtennote. Class content will include material to facilitate your understanding and applicationof health protection in relation to the delivery of nursing care in hospitals andcommunities. Class discussions and case study presentations are designed to facilitateand enhance critical thinking and decision-making skills. The role of the courseprofessor is to guide and advance learning through the facilitation of class discussionand learning activities, the presentation of course material and the provision of feedbackon oral and written assignments. Please refer to Course Syllabus for further information.As active participants in the learning process, it is expected that all students willattend classes. Absence in excess of 20% may jeopardize receipt of credit for thecourse (refer to Policy and Regulation Manual).VII.COURSE OUTLINE ADDENDUM: The provisions contained in theaddendum located in D2L and on the portal form part of this course outline.

VanMeter, K. and Hubert, R. (2015) Gould’s Pathophysiology for Health Professions. 5th (Ed.) Toledo, OH: Saunders . V. EVALUATION PROCESS/GRADING SYSTEM: Midterm Exam 35% Co

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