Apply knowledge and skills in information management and patient care technology in the delivery of quality patient care within a rapidly changing, highly technological environment. One full-course equivalent in Human Physiology: Examples of course sections are: While this may seem like an obvious practice of personal hygiene, not all staff members participate.
Issues within nurse-patient relationships are highlighted through readings in ethics, interpersonal theory, and feminism. NURY1 Nursing Perspectives in Health and Wellness through the Lifespan This course introduces students to theoretical concepts and nursing practice issues related to the care of childbearing families and older persons and their families in both community and hospital settings.
The course is divided into two six-week sections. Families In the Childbearing Year - Introduces students to person-centred nursing care of childbearing clients and their families with a focus on the postpartum and newborn periods in acute care settings.
Topics considered include social, cultural and institutional contexts of perinatal care, healthy physiological and psychological changes in pregnant, labouring, and postpastum clients as well as develop an understanding of the childbirth, postpatum and newborn feeding and care experiences.
Older Persons and Their Families - Examines the concepts of healthy aging and senior-friendly environments. Other topics include normal physiological changes of aging, geriatric syndromes including frailty, functional decline and cognitive impairment; caregiving relationships within families as well as in health care institutions, the community and acute care settings.
Relevance to the Nursing Practice The focus of this course is the study of the pathogenesis of common disease processes and their impact on health outcomes. Through an examination of these conditions in both lecture and seminar sessions, students gain an understanding of knowledge required to provide nursing care to individuals and families in health care settings.
Implications of diagnostic testing, safe implementation of procedures and clinically important pharmacologic agents are discussed as they apply to the nursing process. The scientific basis of nursing care relevant to symptom management introduced in this course is essential understanding for nurses across clinical settings.
Content in this course is presented within a framework of evidence-informed decision-making. By conscientiously and judiciously using current evidence when making decisions in acute care nursing practice, students will gain an understanding of the key professional values that shape problem solving, nursing knowledge, and client care in clinical situations.
The nursing process will serve as the organizing framework for critical thinking, knowledge development, and the care and management of hospitalized adults.
Course content explores and determines priority nursing assessments and interventions associated with advanced symptom management of common illness conditions relevant to hospitalized medical and surgical clients.
The lived experience of clients and families coping with acute illness, as well as cultural and ethical concerns and their implications for nursing practice will also be considered.
This course has both a classroom and clinical component. Students will have the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge and nursing therapeutic skills at a novice level while working with clients and their families in the adult acute care setting. This course is taken concurrently with NURY. NURY1 Introduction to Mental Health Nursing This course introduces students to some of the basic concepts and issues in mental health nursing in the context of illness, identity and difference.
Because the creation and recreation of identity is central to individuals living with illness, the exploration of relationships between identity, illness, along with an emphasis on social justice and equity, and care in both hospital and the community is a focus of this course.
The course will also focus on the theory of intersectionality as it relates to the identity construction of someone living with a mental illness. The social determinants of health will be explored in detail and connecting the relationship of these as a means of understanding how mental health and overall health is understood from the perspective of the individual.
Students will explore specific illnesses, both from a perspective which focuses on the meaning of the illness and difference to the individual, and from a broader perspective that goes beyond the individual experience to issues of mental health promotion, early intervention, care, advocacy and capacity building.
A focus on recovery will introduce such concepts as social support and empowerment as students pay attention to the subjective experiences of clients and how to promote a strength-based approach in their clinical nursing practice.
NURY1 Introduction to Nursing Care of Children and Families In this course, students will be introduced to some of the key concepts foundational to paediatric nursing practice. The course is grounded in the principles of child and family-centred care and development theory - both of which are integrated throughout the classroom and clinical learning environment.
The Nursing Process is utilized as the organizing framework to develop nursing knowledge and skills and for planning and prioritizing management of some of the acute and chronic conditions more common to hospitalized children and their families. This course will explore relevant topics to the paediatric population such as growth and development, nutrition, sleep and safety; care of children with special needs; care of children with anemia; fluid and electrolyte imbalance, respiratory distress, paediatric pain assessment and management; mental health; shock; neurological issues in children; and leukemia and palliative care.
Developmental, ethical and socio-cultural concerns related to paediatric nursing practice are integrated throughout the course. In both the classroom and clinical setting, students will be supported to develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills through case study examples and while caring for hospitalized children and their families.
This course is taken concurrently with NUR Y. Nursing Perspectives This course introduces students to the theory and practice of community health nursing through the 'lens' of primary health care. The course focuses on the health of various populations and explores the ways in which 'health' is largely a socially determined phenomenon.
Students explore a variety of key concepts including principles of primary health care trauma-informed care, social determinants of health, cultural safety, harm reduction, population health, health promotion, social marginalization, disease prevention, and community capacity building.
Students will ground their understanding of these concepts in core values of primary health care, including social justice and equity, as they begin to develop their skills in caring for diverse communities of people. This course lays the theoretical groundwork for the senior year course in primary health care and community health nursing practice. Expert clinicians in the fields of microbiology, infectious diseases and infection control discuss current research in the field of medical microbiology and its relevance to nursing practice.
Policy, Ethics and Leadership This course provides students with an overview of the structure of the health care system at multiple levels, including national, provincial, regional or municipal, and organizational or institutional levels.
A critical-social perspective is used to examine the structures and relationships - including personal, political and professional - that affect the everyday decisions of nurses and their approach to health care and health problem and health promotion.
Students learn and apply the fundamentals of political action, policy analysis, and ethical decision-making skills in the context of their own current practice of nursing. Theory as Practice formerly called Advanced Nursing Theory The overall intention of the course is to facilitate student curiosity and promote critical reflexivity in relation to nursing practice. NANDA-I terms are developed and refined for actual current health responses and for risk situations, as well as providing diagnoses to support health promotion.
Diagnoses are applicable to individuals, families, groups and communities. The taxonomy is published in multiple countries and has been translated into 18 languages; it is in use worldwide. Nursing diagnoses are a critical part of ensuring that the knowledge and contribution of nursing practice to patient outcomes are found within the electronic health record and can be linked to nurse-sensitive patient outcomes.
ICNP is a nursing language which can be used by nurses to diagnose. The diagnositic process requires a nurse to use critical thinking. In addition to knowing the nursing diagnoses and their definitions, the nurse becomes aware of defining characteristics and behaviors of the diagnoses, related factors to the diagnoses, and the interventions suited for treating the diagnoses.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fundamentals of Nursing 8 ed. The value of nursing diagnoses in electronic health records. Place a pin facing along the top shirt's side seam so you know where to stop sewing.
Pin the left and the right sides this way. With thread that is an "exact, to close" match to your top shirt, sew the two shirts together along the armpit seam. Try to sew along or as close the top shirt's hem line as you can.
When your two shirts are attached along the armpit seams, place a pin sideways at your side seams to mark the bottom of your undershirt. Your side pins will hold the undershirt in place. Flip the shirt outside right, and sew along the side seam, directly on top of the seam.
If you stayed along the seam you won't be able to see the stitches! Repeat on the other side, then flip the shirt inside out again. You will see your seam on the inside. You now have an under layer! In roughly 25 minutes you made yourself and up-cycled, discreet, nursing top! If you want to add an extra touch and your shirts are the same size You can take the bottom of the undershirt and add it to the bottom of your top shirt for extra length and a layered look.
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