Jun 17, 2019  
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PNN 605 - Nursing Practice II

Credits: 5
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 6
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Open
Theory and practicum in caring for clients across the life span with predictable health needs involving sexuality, reproduction, health promotion, illness prevention, pediatric etiologies, older adult etiologies, self concept, loss and end-of-life care.
Prerequisite: PNN 151 , PNN 152 , PNN 153 , PSY 121 , BIO 734  
Competencies
  1. Interact with clients using basic therapeutic techniques
    1. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention, the student will discuss communication related to development
    2. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will discuss health promotion to minimize risk factors
    3. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will discuss health promotion to minimize risk factors
    4. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will discuss health promotion to minimize risk factors
    5. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will discuss health promotion to minimize risk factors
    6. The student will respond therapeutically to client and family
    7. The student initiates appropriate, individualized communication
    8. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention, the student will discuss communication with parents
  2. Participate in the development and revision of a plan of care through data collection and focused assessment
    1. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention the student will discuss nursing diagnoses related to health promotion and illness promotion
    2. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will describe etiologies for the listed conditions
    3. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will recognize common physical and psychosocial changes that occur
    4. For the client/family coping with sexuality/reproduction the student will identify signs and symptoms for listed conditions
    5. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will describe etiologies for the listed conditions
    6. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will recognize common physical and psychosocial changes that occur
    7. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will identify signs and symptoms for listed conditions
    8. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will describe etiologies for the listed conditions
    9. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will recognize common physical and psychosocial changes that occur
    10. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will identify signs and symptoms for listed conditions
    11. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will describe etiologies for the listed conditions
    12. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will recognize common physical and psychosocial changes that occur
    13. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will identify signs and symptoms for listed conditions
    14. The student will identify problems based on assessment data.
    15. The student will label problems with NANDA diagnoses classifications
    16. The student will prioritize and correlate problems
  3. Individualize and implement an established plan of care for clients with predictable health needs
    1. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention, the student will discuss stages of health behavioral change
    2. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention, the student will differentiate between health promotion and illness prevention
    3. For the client/family seeking health promotion and illness prevention, the student will discuss the nursing role of health promotion and illness/injury prevention for each developmental stage
    4. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will discuss nursing care for clients undergoing common diagnostic tests.
    5. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will describe the nursing implications for selected pharmacological groups
    6. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will adapt a standardized nursing plan of care to deliver holistic care.
    7. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will discuss nursing care for clients undergoing common diagnostic tests
    8. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will describe the nursing implications for selected pharmacological groups
    9. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will adapt a standardized nursing plan of care to deliver holistic care
    10. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will discuss nursing care for clients undergoing common diagnostic tests
    11. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will describe the nursing implications for selected pharmacological groups
    12. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will adapt a standardized nursing plan of care to deliver holistic care
    13. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will discuss nursing care for clients undergoing common diagnostic tests
    14. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will describe the nursing implications for selected pharmacological groups
    15. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will adapt a standardized nursing plan of care to deliver holistic care
    16. The student will identify and modify predictable client outcomes from an established plan of care
    17. The student will identify the independent and collaborative nursing interventions related to client problems
    18. The student will communicate client response to care
  4. Demonstrate basic problem solving skills
    1. The student will evaluate the client?s response to interventions
    2. The student will determine a course of action based on the client?s response to interventions
    3. The student will evaluate the expected outcome
    4. The student will demonstrate initiate in problem solving unexpected events
  5. Coordinate delivery of direct care for clients with predictable health needs, working in cooperation with members of the health care team
    1. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will discuss collaborative interventions
    2. For the client/family coping with alterations in sexuality/reproduction the student will collaborate in the facilitation of ongoing care
    3. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will discuss collaborative interventions
    4. For the client/family coping with alterations in mobility the student will collaborate in the facilitation of ongoing care.
    5. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will discuss collaborative interventions
    6. For the client/family coping with alterations in sensory/perceptual/cognitive function the student will collaborate in the facilitation of ongoing care
    7. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will discuss collaborative interventions
    8. For the client/family coping with alterations in bowel elimination the student will collaborate in the facilitation of ongoing care
    9. The student will complete client care in an efficient, cost effective manner
    10. The student will work in cooperation with the interdisciplinary health care team
    11. The student will communicate responsibly with other members of the health care team



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