Syllabus - College of Nursing

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COLLEGE OF NURSING
COURSE SYLLABUS
SUMMER/2012
COURSE NUMBER
NUR 4930
COURSE TITLE
Systems of Care 1: Wellness Promotion and Illness Prevention
CREDITS
2
PLACEMENT
Accelerated BSN: 1st Semester Upper Division
PREREQUISITES
Admission to Upper Division Accelerated BSN Program
COREQUISITES
NUR 3069C Health Assessment and Communication
AGR 4932 Introduction to Genetics and Genomics
NUR 4930L Clinical Practice 1: Wellness Promotion and Illness
Prevention
FACULTY
Sheri H. Mangueira, MSN, RN, APHN-BC
[email protected] (352) 273-6344 HPNP 4208
Office hours: Monday 08:30 am to 10:30 am
Anna Kelley, MSN, ARNP
[email protected] (352) 273-6422 HPNP 2221
Office hours: Thursday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sheri Curtis, MSN, ARNP-BC
[email protected] (352) 273- 6409 HPNP 2219
Office hours: Thursday 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
DEPARTMENT CHAIR
M. Josephine Snider, EdD, RN
[email protected] (352) 273-6359 HPNP 4221
Office hours: By appointment only
JACKSONVILLE CAMPUS DIRECTOR
Andrea Gregg, DSN, RN
[email protected] (904) 244-5172Jacksonville
Office hours: By appointment only
COURSE DESCRIPTION
The purpose of this course is to examine models of health in wellness promotion and illness prevention
across the lifespan. Emphasis is on the individual in the context of family and environment. Focus is on
evidence-based risk appraisal and reduction.
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COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Integrate beginning concepts of wellness promotion and disease, injury, and disability
prevention with individuals across the lifespan in a variety of settings.
2. Describe primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies used in a variety of healthcare
settings.
3. Identify environmental factors that influence the healthcare needs and preferences of
individuals as members of families.
4. Compare and contrast methodologies used in health teaching and health counseling.
5. Discuss from a nursing perspective contributions to the work of interprofessional healthcare
teams in facilitation of positive healthcare outcomes for clients.
COURSE SCHEDULE
Section
71BH
Day
Monday
Time
2:00 to 4:55pm
Room
HPNP G-103
E-Learning (Sakai) is the course management system that you will use for this course. E-Learning is
accessed by using your Gatorlink account name and password at http://lss.at.ufl.edu. There are several
tutorials and student help links on the E-Learning login site. If you have technical questions call the UF
Computer Help Desk at 352-392-HELP or send email to [email protected]
It is important that you regularly check your Gatorlink account email for College and University wide
information and the course E-Learning site for announcements and notifications.
Course websites are generally made available on the Friday before the first day of classes.
ATTENDANCE
Students are expected to be present for all scheduled classes, other learning experiences, and
examinations. Students who have extraordinary circumstances preventing attendance should
explain these circumstances to the course instructor prior to the scheduled class or as soon as
possible thereafter. Instructors will then make an effort to accommodate reasonable requests. A
grade penalty may be assigned for late assignments, including tests. There will be no make-ups
for missed quizzes. Make-up exams will be given only under extenuating circumstances that
could not have been predicted ahead of time and the format will be essay questions.
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ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO DISABILITY
Each semester, students are responsible for requesting a memorandum from the Disability
Resource Center to notify faculty of their requested individual accommodations. This should be
done at the start of the semester.
STUDENT HANDBOOK
Students are to refer to the College of Nursing Student Handbook for information about College
of Nursing policies, honor code, and professional behavior.
TOPICAL OUTLINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Concepts of wellness promotion and illness prevention across the lifespan and settings
a. Healthy People initiatives
b. Models of health
c. Incidence and prevalence
d. Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention
e. US Preventive Task Force recommendations
Effective health education strategies in a variety of practice settings
a. Individual safety
b. Occupational/environmental safety
c. Wellness education
d. Health literacy, technology, and information management
Individual and family wellness promotion and illness prevention
a. Normal pregnancy and fetal care
b. Postpartum care
c. Newborn care and feeding
d. Childhood (e.g. prevention of accidents, immunizations, obesity)
e. Adulthood (e. g. menopause, monitoring, lifestyle modification)
f. Older adult care
Risk appraisal, risk reduction and vulnerability
Environmental assessment
Nursing and inter-professional interventions for individuals in the context of family
Evaluation of interventions
TEACHING METHODS
Lecture, discussion, quizzes, and in class activities
LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Class participation, written assignments and examinations, quizzes, and reading assignments
EVALUATION METHODS/COURSE GRADE CALCULATION
Quizzes
20% (random dates - drop lowest quiz score - no make-up allowed)
Test 1
40% (07/02/12)
Test 2
40% (08/06/12)
100%
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Feedback on all graded assignments routinely is given within five [5] working days of the due
date. For scores lower than 74% on Test #1 or Test #2, review available by appointment only.
GRADING SCALE/QUALITY POINTS
A
AB+
B
BC+
95-100 (4.0)
C
74-79* (2.0)
93-94 (3.67)
C72-73 (1.67)
91- 92 (3.33)
D+
70-71 (1.33)
84-90 (3.0)
D
64-69 (1.0)
82-83 (2.67)
D62-63 (0.67)
80-81 (2.33)
E
61 or below (0.0)
* 74 is the minimal passing grade
REQUIRED TEXTS
Berman, A. & Snyder, S. (2012). Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, process,
and practice (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson.
Perry, S.E., Hockenberry, M.J., Lowdermilk, D.L., & Wilson, D. (2010). Maternal child nursing
care (4th ed.). Maryland heights, MO: Mosby Elsevier
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WEEK
1
DATE
5/14
TOPIC
Introduction and Overview of
Course
Mangueira, Castleman, Kelly, Curtis
Historical and Contemporary Nursing Practice
Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing
Nursing Theories and Conceptual Frameworks
Health Care Delivery Systems
Community Nursing and Care Continuity
2
5/21
Home Care
Electronic Health Records and Information Technology
Critical Thinking and Nursing Practice with Concept Mapping
3
4
5/28
6/04
The Nursing Problem
Memorial Day – Holiday
Health Promotion
5
6/11
Health, Wellness, and Illness
Culturally Responsive Nursing Care
Complementary and Alternative Healing Modalities
Concepts of Growth and Development
Caring
Communicating
Teaching
6
6/18
Wellness Education
Safety
Self-Concept
Sexuality
Spirituality
Stress and Coping
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7
8
6/25
7/2
9
10
11
12
7/9
7/15
7/23
7/30
Loss, Grieving, and Death
Summer Break
Exam – 1
----Promoting Health From Conception –Part I (1 hour)
Promoting Health from Conception – Part II (3 hours)
Promoting Health from Birth through Adolescence (3 hours)
Promoting Health in Young and Middle-Aged Adults
Promoting Health in Older Adults
8/6
Promoting Family Health
Exam – 2
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