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NURSING DEPARTMENT
Date
Course Title
Credits
Course Number
3
NUR 3031
Pathophysiology in
Nursing Practice
Pre-requisite (s) BSC 1085, BSC 1085L, Co-requisite (s) None
ENC 1504, MB 2011,
MB 2011L, CHM 1020,
CHM 1020L, SOC 1112,
CGS 1000
Hours
45 theory hours/45
Total
outside 90 hours
clock hours
hours
Note: A minimum of 2 hours of outside work is assigned per clock hour.
Place and Time of Class Meeting
Institute of Healthcare Professions
2100 45th Street, Suite A2A
West Palm Beach, Fl. 33407
Online
Name and Contact Information of Instructor
Instructor:
E-mail:
Office Hours:
Campus Telephone:
(561) 202-6333
Delivery Method:
Online
Book required
(The institution recognizes the use of the textbook in the classroom as part of the educational
methodology and strategy applied in diverse materials. The textbook is part of the curriculum and is used
to reach the student in an effective manner in the classroom. Every student is expected use the textbook.)
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Title: Pearson Reviews& Rationales: Pathophysiology with “Nursing Review
Author : Mary Ann Hogan
ISBN-10: 0133249778 • ISBN-13: 9780133249774
©2013 / Prentice Hall
Classroom expectations for students
Attendance Policy
IHP has adopted a revised online attendance policy which requires students to be actively
participating in their online course to be considered in attendance.
Students are expected to participate in all required instructional activities in their
courses. Online courses are no different in this regard; however, participation must be defined in
a different manner.
1. Student “attendance” in an online course is defined as active participation in the course as
described in the course syllabus. Instructors in online courses are responsible for
providing students with clear instructions for how they are required to participate in the
course. Additionally, instructors are responsible for incorporating specific instructional
activities within their course and will, at a minimum, have weekly mechanisms for
documenting student participation. These mechanisms may include, but are not limited
to, participating in a weekly discussion board, submitting/completing assignments in the
online platform, or communicating with the instructor.
2. Students aware of necessary absences must inform the professor with as much advance
notice as possible in order to make appropriate arrangements.
3. Any student absent 20 percent or more of the online course, i.e., non-participatory during 3
or more weeks of an 11 week term, may receive an F for that course.
4. Any student who has not actively participated in an online class prior to the census date for
any given term is considered a "no-show" and will be administratively withdrawn from the
class without record. To be counted as actively participating, it is not sufficient to log in and
view the course. The student must be submitting work as described in the course syllabus.
5. Additional attendance and participation policies for each course, as defined by the
instructor in the course syllabus, are considered a part of the attendance policy
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Any questions regarding this policy may be directed to the Director of Education.
NOTE: Plagiarism is defined as the use, without proper acknowledgment, of the ideas, phrases,
sentences, or larger units of discourse from another writer or speaker. Plagiarism includes the
unauthorized copying of software and the violation of copyright laws. Students who commit
plagiarism will obtain a grade of “Failure” on their exam or assignment.
Course Description (must correspond exactly to Catalog description)
The focus of the course is on the pathogenesis of selected diseases leading to alterations of body
structure and functions across the lifespan. This is emphasized through case study review
discussing and applying cell structure, function, genetic control and its impact on the disease
process. The students will integrate and apply pathophysiological concepts to primary,
secondary, and tertiary interventions. Alternative and traditional treatment modalities pertinent to
common diseases and disorders will be explored.
Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
 Explain altered cellular function
 Describe the role of genetics in disease
 Recognize alterations caused by inflammation
 Recognize alterations caused by infection
 Recognize alterations in hematologic functions
 Recognize alterations in lymphatic functions
 Recognize alterations in neurologic functions
 Recognize alterations in endocrine functions
 Recognize alterations in urinary functions
 Recognize alterations in cardiovascular functions
 Recognize alterations in pulmonary functions
 Recognize alterations in digestive functions
 Recognize alterations in reproductive functions
 Recognize alterations in musculoskeletal functions
 Recognize alterations in integumentary functions
 Apply pathophysiologic knowledge in nursing practice to a given clinical situation
Topical Outline and Schedule
DATE
WEEK 1
At the end of this lesson, the student will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Recognize altered cell functioning
 Recognize conditions caused by genetic disorders
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TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
Recognize mechanisms of cellular injury
Recognize acid-base imbalances
Describe risk factors for development of cancer
Explain the process of infections
Describe the function of the immune system
Explain the response of the immune system to inflammation
Describe the relationship between inflammation and cancer
development
Cellular Function and Genetics
Inflammation, Immunity and Infection
READING ASSIGNMENTS:
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentations
DISCUSSION
Discussion of Syllabus
Discussion topic
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Discussion 1.1: Introductions
Discussion 1.2: Genetic Disease Occurrence
Discussion 2.1: Inflammation and the Immune System
ASSIGNMENT
Review the Syllabus
Read assignments
Post discussion
Complete the online Library Orientation
 Assignment 1.1: Cancer Risk Factors
 Assignment 2.1: The Process of Infections
 Assignment 2.2: Inflammation and Cancer
ASSESSMENTS
 Quiz 1
 Quiz 2
Homework:
Read:
 Chapters
DATE
WEEK 2
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in hematologic functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with hematologic disorders
 Analyze hematologic system disorders across the lifespan
 Describe alterations in lymphatic functioning
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TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
Identify clinical manifestations associated with lymphatic disorders
Analyze lymphatic system disorders across the lifespan
Describe alterations in neurologic functioning
Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the neurologic system
Analyze neurologic system disorders across the lifespan
The Hematologic and Lymphatic Systems
The Neurologic System
READING ASSIGNMENTS

VIEW
Online Lesson Presentations
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
DISCUSSION
Discussion topic
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Discussion 3.1: Common Alterations in Hematologic Functioning
Discussion 3.2: Common Alterations in Lymphatic Functioning
Discussion 4.1: Common Alterations in Neurologic Functioning
ASSIGNEMNTS
Complete discussion questions
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Assignment 3.1: Types of Anemia
Assignment 3.2: Acute and Chronic Leukemia
Assignment 4.1: Neurologic Disorders
ASSESSMENT
 Discussion post
 Quiz 3
 Quiz 4
Homework:
Read:
 Chapters
DATE
WEEK 3
At
the
end
of
this
lesson,
you
will
be
able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in endocrine functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the endocrine system
 Analyze endocrine system disorders across the lifespan
 Describe mechanisms of hormonal regulation
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TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
DATE
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
The Endocrine System
READING ASSIGNMENTS
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentation
DISCUSSION
Discussion topic
 Discussion 5.1: Common Alterations in Endocrine Function
ASSIGNMENTS
Read assignments
Complete discussion question
Post response
 Assignment 5.1: Endocrine-Related Disorders
ASSESSMENT
Discussion post
Quiz 5
Homework:
Read:
Chapters
WEEK 4
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
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
TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
OUTCOME
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
Describe alterations in urinary functioning
Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the urinary system
Analyze urinary system disorders across the lifespan
The Urinary System
READING ASSIGNMENTS
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentation
DISCUSSION
Discussion topic
 Discussion 6.1: Common Alterations in Urinary Functioning
ASSIGNMENTS
Read assignments
Complete discussion question
 Assignment 6.1: Urinary System Disorders
Post response
ASSESSMENT
Discussion post
Quiz 6
Homework:
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Read: Chapters

Prepare for Midterm
DATE
WEEK 5
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in cardiovascular functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the cardiovascular system
 Analyze cardiovascular system disorders across the lifespan
TOPIC (S)
The Cardiovascular System
READING ASSIGNMENTS:

OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentation
DISCUSSION
Discussion topic
 Discussion 7.1: Common Alterations in Cardiovascular Functioning
ASSIGNMENTS
Read assignments
Complete discussion topic

Assignment 7.1: Cardiovascular System Disorders
Post response
ASSESSMENT
Discussion post
Quiz 7
Midterm example covering weeks 1-4
Homework:
Read:
 Chapters
DATE
WEEK 6
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in pulmonary functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the pulmonary system
 Analyze pulmonary system disorders across the lifespan
TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
The Pulmonary System
READING ASSIGNMENTS:
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ACTIVITIES
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentation
DISCSSION
Discussion
 Discussion 8.1: Common Alterations in Pulmonary Functioning
ASSIGNMENTS
Read assignments
Complete discussion question
Post response
 Assignment 8.1: Pulmonary System Disorders
ASSESSMENT
Discussion post
Homework:
Read:
 Chapters
DATE
WEEK 7
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in digestive functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the digestive system
 Analyze digestive system disorders across the lifespan
TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
The Digestive System
READING ASSIGNMENTS:
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentation
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
DISCUSSION
 Discussion 9.1: Common Alterations in Digestive Functioning
ASSIGNMENTS
Reading assignments
Complete discussion question
Post response
 Assignment 9.1: Digestive System Disorders
ASSESSMENT
Discussion post
Quiz 9
Homework:
Read:
 Chapters
DATE
WEEK 8
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At the end of this week, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Describe alterations in reproductive functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the reproductive system
 Analyze reproductive system disorders across the lifespan
 Describe alterations in musculoskeletal functioning
 Describe alterations in integumentary functioning
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the musculoskeletal system
 Identify clinical manifestations associated with specific disease
processes of the integumentary system
 Analyze musculoskeletal system disorders across the lifespan
 Analyze integumentary system disorders across the lifespan
TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
The Reproductive System
The Musculoskeletal and Integumentary Systems
READING ASSIGNMENTS:
VIEW
Online Lesson Presentations
DISCUSSIONS:
 Discussion 10.1: Common Alterations in Reproductive Functioning
 Discussion 11.1: Common Alterations in Musculoskeletal Functioning
 Discussion 11.2: Common Alterations in Integumentary Functioning
ASSIGNMENTS
 Assignment 10.1: Reproductive System Disorders
 Assignment 11.1: Musculoskeletal System Disorders
 Assignment 11.2: Burns
ASSESSMENT
Quiz 10
Quiz 11
Homework:
Prepare for Final Exam
DATE
WEEK 9
At the end of this week, you will be able to:
SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
 Identify stress-related diseases and conditions
 Recognize the stress response in disease occurrence
 Recognize signs and symptoms of developing shock
 Describe the causes of Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
 Describe the clinical manifestations of Multiple Organ Dysfunction
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Syndrome
TOPIC (S)
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
OUTSIDE
WORK &
ASSIGNED
READINGS
DATE
TOPIC (S)
Application of Pathphysiology Concepts
READING ASSIGNMENTS

DISCUSSION:
 Discussion 12.1: Shock and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
ASSIGNMENTS:
 Assignment 12.1: The Stress Response
ASSESSMENT
Quiz 12
Prepare for Final
WEEK 10
Final Exam covering weeks 5-9
Instructional Methods
The following strategies may be used in this class:
1. Reading assignments
2. Discussion threads
3. Quizzes
4. Midterm exam
5. Final exam
6. Internet research
7. Critical thinking assignments
8. Student evaluation of course
References and Resources
Medline Plus http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
Health information from the National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.
Easy access to health topics, medical dictionaries, directories, drug information, videos
and more.
Full-text electronic journal articles at lirn.net
Click on “Databases”
access code 40149
select “Connect to ProQuest”
There you will find full text health and medical information from Joanna Briggs Institute,
the Nursing and Allied Health Collection, Health & Medical Complete, and Psychology
Journals.
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PALM BEACH COUNTY LIBRARY ONLINE RESOURCES
You need a free Palm Beach County Library card to access, or register for a free
“Temporary Research Access Code” at http://edb.pbclibrary.org/TRAC/
If you need help using any of the library websites, click on the
“Ask a Librarian” icon and “chat” with a librarian.
Consumer Health
http://www.pbclibrary.org/consumer-health.htm
CINAHL® with Full Text - full text articles for more than 610 nursing and allied health
journals as well as health care books, nursing dissertations, selected conference
proceedings, and more.
http://www.pbclibrary.org/online-research
LearningExpress - Take online practice tests for Health Careers, Radiography, NCLEXPN and NCLEX-RN. Learn techniques for job searching, resumes, interviewing and
workplace skills. http://www.pbclibrary.org/online-research
Health and Wellness Resource Center http://www.pbclibrary.org/online-research
Assessment Criteria and Methods of Evaluating Students
90 – 100%
80 – 89%
70 – 79%
< 75%
A
B
C
F
Do not count on a curve!
Generally, the grades “A” through “C-” are considered passing grades. Grades "W" and "I" indicate that
no grades were earned for the course. A "W" grade indicates that the student withdrew from the course. An
"I" grade indicates that the student was passing the course, but failed to complete all the required course
work. The instructor, in his/her discretion may grant an "I" grade instead of an "F", pending completion of
the course work by the student within a specified time arranged by the instructor and told to the student. It
is the student's responsibility to follow-up with the instructor to complete the course work. If the course
work is not completed by the arranged time, the “I” grade becomes an “F".
Distribution of Grade Elements
Discussion
20%
Assignments
20%
Quizzes:
20%
Midterm:
20%
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Final exam:
Total:
20%
100 %
Date Syllabus Was Last Reviewed: January 12, 2015
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