1 ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY BACHELOR of SCIENCE in NURSING RN-BSN Program NUR 4315 Policy & Ethics in Health Care Spring 2015 David Crowther, PhD, CNS, RN ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Nursing & Rehabilitation Sciences
2 COURSE NUMBER NUR 4315 COURSE TITLE Policy & Ethics in Health Care CREDITS Three Semester Credit Hours (3-0-0) Online Class: Meets completely online using Blackboard PREREQUISITE COURSES NUR 1341, NUR 1363 CO-REQUISITES None OTHER PREREQUISITES RN-BSN Student with Unencumbered RN Licensure; Core Compliant (must have all prerequisite courses for BSN degree completed) GBSN Student eligible to take electives. NUR 4315 Policy and Ethics in Health Care Any RN-BSN elective PRE-REQUISITE SKILLS Accessing internet web sites, use of ASU Library resources, and proficiency with Microsoft Word and/or PowerPoint are an expectation of on-line course delivery. Computer access requirements are further delineated in the Undergraduate Handbook. Tutorials for ASU Library and for Blackboard are available through RamPort. The ASU Undergraduate Nursing Handbook should be reviewed before taking this course. COURSE DELIVERY This is an online course offering. BROWSER COMPATIBILITY CHECK It is the student s responsibility to ensure that the browser used to access course material on his/her computer is compatible with ASU s Blackboard Learning System. The faculty reserves the right to deny additional access to course assignments lost due to compatibility issues. Students are responsible for reviewing the guidelines posted in this course regarding accessing Blackboard assignments. Problems in this area need to be discussed with faculty at the time of
3 occurrence, either via a phone call (preferred) during posted acceptable hours for calling, or via notification during times outside those posted for calls. Be sure to perform a browser test. Select the Support tab from the Blackboard homepage (http://www.blackboard.angelo.edu) Select Test your Browser option. Please see technical requirements for BSN classes at this link: FACULTY David Crowther PhD, CNS. RN Office: Boston, MA (Distance Education Faculty) Phone/Fax: (508) OFFICE HOURS Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (CST) COURSE DESCRIPTION This course evaluates pertinent trends and issues impacting professional nursing, quality of care, access to care and the delivery of health care. COURSE OVERVIEW Students analyze political, societal, ethical, cultural and economic factors that impact health care and professional nursing practice. Assignments elicit critical thinking related to public health and nursing practice delivered in a diverse population. BSN PROGRAM OUTCOMES Upon program completion, the graduate will be prepared to: BSN PROGRAM OBJECTIVES 1. Integrate nursing and related theories into the planning and/or delivery of safe nursing care. 2. Engage leadership concepts, skills, and decision-making in the planning and/or implementation of patient safety and quality improvement initiatives. 3. Identify and appraise best research evidence to improve and promote quality patient outcomes. 4. Utilize technology to access information; evaluate patient data, and/or document care. 5. Participate in political/legislative processes to influence healthcare policy.
4 6. Engage in effective collaboration and communication within interdisciplinary teams. 7. Design and/or implement health promotion & disease prevention strategies for culturally competent care. 8. Demonstrate standards of professional, ethical, and legal conduct. 9. Practice and/or coordinate, at the level of the baccalaureate prepared nurse to plan, and/or implement patient centered care. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Student Learning Outcome By completing all course requirements, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of health care policy, finance, and regulatory environments, including local, state, national and global health care trends. 2. Describe how health care is organized and financed, including the implications of business principles, such as patient and system cost factors. Assessment(s) or activity(ies) validating outcome achievement: Discussion boards, quizzes, Learnscape assignments Discussion Boards, quizzes, Learnscape assignments Mapping to BSN Program Outcomes Mapping to BSN Essentials Mapping to QSEN 1,2 1,6 EBP 4,5 1 EBP, TC 3. Compare the benefits and limitations of the major forms of reimbursement on the delivery of health care services. 4. Examine legislative and regulatory processes relevant to the provision of health care. 5. Describe state and national statues, rules, and regulations that authorize and define professional nursing practice. Quizzes 4 1 QI LTE/LTL letter writing assignment 4 1,5 EBP, QI Discussion Boards 1,2,4 6 EBP
5 6. Explore the impact of sociocultural, economic, legal, and political factors influencing health care delivery and practice. 7. Examine the roles and responsibilities of the regulatory agencies and their effect on patient care quality, workplace safety, and the scope of nursing and other health professionals practice. 8. Discuss the implications of health care policy on issues of access, equity, affordability, and social justice in health care delivery. 9. Use an ethical framework to evaluate the impact of social policies on health care, especially for vulnerable populations. Discussion Boards 3 1,5 TC Discussion Boards, Quizzes 3,4,5 2 TC, S. QI Discussion Boards 6,7 5 TC, I LearnScape assignments, Quizzes 6,7 1,5 EBP 10. Articulate, through a nursing perspective, issues concerning health care delivery to decision makers within health care organizations and other policy arenas. LTE/LTL letter writing assignment 2,5,6 2,4 PCC, S, EBP, QI 11. Advocate for consumers and the nursing profession. LTE/LTL letter writing assignment 5, 9 4 TC, EBP, QI REQUIRED TEXTS AND MATERIALS American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. Policy & Ethics in Healthcare (Angelo State University Specialty text through Jones & Bartlett Learning) IBSN PUBLISH ( ) *custom text NVSC - Ethics ( ) NVSC - Policy ( ) includes LearnScapes.
6 OTHER REQUIRED MATERIALS Computer with MAC or Windows Operating System High Speed Internet Access Webcam Logitech USB microphone headset or similar Refer to Angelo State University s Distance Education website for further technology requirements: All students are required to have access to a dependable computer with a reliable Internet Service Provider (ISP or internet connection). Students taking traditional, online, and web supported courses must have a computer that meets minimum requirements recommended by Information Technology (IT). Computer hardware and software that are less than the specifications may cause technical problems interfacing and working with Blackboard TM. If you run into problems with Blackboard TM or your internet service, you must address the issue immediately. One of your first contacts should be Information Technology. IT services are available around the clock so please do not hesitate to call them for computer problems ( ). You may them as If you come across problems with your computer that cannot be corrected in a timely manner, it is your responsibility to secure access to a reliable computer and keep up with the materials being presented. Missing an assignment due to computer problems is not an acceptable excuse for missing the work. As technology constantly changes, we are required to change with the technology. Online classes are now testing using Respondus Monitoring. Students using Respondus Monitoring will need to use a webcam for testing. In addition, when using the monitoring system, students need to use their OneCard for identification. If you do not have the OneCard, you can get one by going to and completing the information. Once you submit you information it takes about 2 weeks to receive your card. ASU requires that all students (even online students) have the OneCard. If you have a problem using the OneCard because it is attached to an account, cover the number with your finger or cover the numbers with tape. We need to see your face and name on the identification. The following course reading comes from the course text: Policy & Ethics in Healthcare (Angelo State University Specialty text through Jones & Bartlett Learning) TOPICAL OUTLINE Week 1 Course introduction and orientation Week 2: Policy & Politics in Nursing (Chps. 1 & 2) Week 3: The Health Labor Force (Chps. 3 5) Week 4: Hospitals and Long Term Care (Chps. 6 & 7) Week 5: Behavioral and Public Health (Chps. 8 & 9) Week 6: Healthcare Costs and Health Insurance (Chps. 10 & 11)
7 Week 7: Role of Technology and Healthcare Quality (Chps. 12 & 13) Week 8: Nurses Taking Action - Policy Toolkit (Chp. 14) Week 9: Assignments, Patient Abandonment and Quality and Safety (Chps. 15 & 16) Week 10 Ethical Decision Making and Professional Boundaries (Chps. 17 & 18) Week 11 Moral Courage and the Role of Social Media (Chps. 19 & 20) Week 12 Reporting Conduct and the Futility of Care (Chps. 21 & 22) Week 13 Advanced Directives and Assisted Suicide (Chps. 23 & 24) Week 14 Complete Review Questions (pg. 402 of text) for self-study Week 15 Review course materials for Final Exam (Pgs ) Week 16 Final Exam GRADING SYSTEM Course grades will be dependent upon completing course requirements and meeting the student learning outcomes. The following grading scale is in use for this course: A = points B = points C = points D = points F = 0-59 points (Grades are not rounded up) Missed exams, quizzes, & assignments: There are no makeup exams, quizzes or assignments. Extra credit: There are no extra credit or re-do opportunities. Urgent Concerns: Please your instructor in advance if a problem arises, there are times when unexpected emergencies occur and considerations may be made; however, an or phone call must be completed to your instructor PRIOR to the due date or event to be considered. EVALUATION AND GRADES Graded activities and percent of the overall course grade: Assignment Weight/Percent Group discussions 30 LearnScape Videos 20
8 Quizzes 15 LTE/LTL 15 Final Exam 20 Total Points 100 TEACHING STRATEGIES This course is taught completely online through the Blackboard platform. Online course lessons Web-based discussions Multimedia presentations Videos and interactive videos Writing assignment Students are expected to be active learners. It is a basic assumption of the instructor that students will be involved (beyond the materials and lectures presented in the course) discovering, processing, and applying the course information using peer-review journal articles, researching additional information and examples on the Internet, and discussing course material and clinical experiences with their peers. ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTIONS *Please note: Rubrics for all assessments are located at the end of this syllabus. DISCUSSION BOARDS: There will be assigned discussion board activities for the course that are group work in which students will share experiences and knowledge related to the content. Students will be expected to contribute on multiple days within the week. Specific information on discussion board and grading rubrics will be available in the Blackboard online course. Discussion Boards provide an avenue for synthesis of material / information. A Discussion Board is provided in this course as a way to help students process course materials, express thoughts, and engage others opinions and ideas in a healthy and productive learning environment. Students are expected to respond to all discussion board assessments using the Online Discussion Rubric to support individual answers to the assigned questions throughout this course. LEARNSCAPES:
9 There will be assigned LearnScape activities for the course in which the student will complete interactive Video Scenarios. Specific information on LearnScapes and grading rubrics will be available in the Blackboard online course. QUIZZES: There will be quizzes spread throughout the course. Students must adhere to academic honesty rules and guidelines when taking quizzes and exams. MIDTERM & FINAL EXAM: There will not be a mid-term exam in this class. There will be one final exam in the last week of the course. The final exam will be comprehensive. The content will be based on all prior weeks content, activities and assignments. Students must adhere to academic honesty rules and guidelines when taking the exam. LETTER TO THE EDITOR/LEGISLATOR: There will be an assignment in which the student participates in advocacy for policy changes and influence through a written letter assignment. Once graded and approved by the faculty, this letter can be submitted to the legislator or the editor for publishing or comments. This assignment takes approximately 1 week to complete. Guidelines and grading rubric can be found within the blackboard online course. GENERAL POLICIES RELATED TO THIS COURSE All students are required to follow the policies and procedures presented in the following documents: Angelo State Student Handbook located on the ASU website ASU Undergraduate Catalog located on the ASU website https://www.angelo.edu/content/files/ undergraduate-catalog University Undergraduate Nursing Handbook, located on the Nursing website IMPORTANT UNIVERSITY DATES January 20 First class day Spring 2015 February 4 Census Day February 5 W period begins drop slips required March Spring Break April 3 Holiday Good Friday April 6 Last day to drop a class or withdraw from the University May Final Exams Week May 15 Spring semester ends May 16 Commencement
10 STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY & ATTENDANCE This class is asynchronous, meaning you do not have to be on-line at a certain time. There are readings which you will have to complete to be able to adequately participate in individual and group assessments. In order to complete this course successfully, you do have to participate in all course activities i.e. discussion boards, course projects, reflective logs, etc. Students are expected to engage in course activities and submit work by due dates and times. The hope is that students will make substantive contributions which reflect integration of assigned materials as well as any outside readings as appropriate. Scholarly contribution is an expectation. For planning purposes, this class will probably require a minimum of 6-9 study hours per week on average. *** Full participation in the course is a professional expectation and required for successful and satisfactory completion of all course objectives. Online classroom attendance is evidenced by timely participation in the discussion assignments and other assigned activities. Failure to participate in a timely manner to any weekly discussion is an absence, which may result in an evaluation of the student's ability to meet course objectives, and result in failure of the course. Since this is an 8-week course, missing 1 week is equivalent to missing 2 weeks of the class (6 absences). Students missing 1 week will be removed from the class. COMMUNICATION Faculty will respond to and/or telephone messages within 24 hours during working hours Monday through Friday. Weekend messages may not be returned until Monday. Written communication via Blackboard: It is an expectation of this class that you use formal writing skills giving appropriate credit to the source for your ideas. Follow APA (2010) 6 th edition (2 nd Printing or higher only) guidelines for referencing. Written communication via All private communication will be done exclusively through your ASU address. Check frequently for announcements and policy changes. Virtual communication: Office hours and/or advising may be done with the assistance of the telephone, Skype, Join.me, Google Hangouts, etc. Classroom communication: Please follow these tips for interacting with your peers in our online classroom. Use Good "Netiquette": Check the discussion frequently and respond appropriately and on subject. Focus on one subject per message and use pertinent subject titles. Capitalize words only to highlight a point or for titles. Otherwise, capitalizing is generally viewed as SHOUTING! Be professional and careful with your online interaction. Proper address for faculty is by formal title such as Dr. or Ms. /Mr. Jones unless invited by faculty to use a less formal approach. Cite all quotes, references, and sources.
11 When posting a long message, it is generally considered courteous to warn readers at the beginning of the message that it is a lengthy post. It is extremely rude to forward someone else's messages without their permission. It is fine to use humor, but use it carefully. The absence of face-to-face cues can cause humor to be misinterpreted as criticism or flaming (angry, antagonistic criticism). Feel free to use emoticons such as J or :) to let others know you are being humorous. (The "netiquette" guidelines were adapted from Arlene H. Rinald's article, The Net User Guidelines and Netiquette, Florida Atlantic University, 1994, available from Netcom) ASSESSMENT SUBMISSION In this class, all assessments need to be submitted through the Assessments/Assignments link in the Blackboard course site. This is for grading purposes. Issues with technology use arise from time to time. If a technology issue does occur regarding an assessment submission, me at and attach a copy of what you are trying to submit. This lets your faculty know you completed the assessment on time and are just having problems with the online submission feature in Blackboard. Once the problem is resolved, submit your assessment through the appropriate link. This process will document the problem and establish a timeline. Be sure to keep a backup of all work. LATE WORK OR MISSED ASSESSMENTS POLICY The course is set up on weekly modules. The week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. Assignment due dates are shown on the calendar/schedule or posted within Blackboard. Late assignments are not accepted without prior approval of faculty. Faculty reserve the right to deduct points for late assignments that are accepted past the original due date. ACADEMIC HONESTY Academic honesty is expected on all work. Students are expected to maintain complete honesty and integrity in their online experiences. Any student found guilty of any form of dishonesty in academic work is subject of disciplinary action and possible expulsion from ASU. The Nursing Department adheres to the academic honesty statement as set forth in the Angelo State University Student Handbook ( ) university-honor-code. The University "faculty expects all students to engage in all academic pursuits in a manner that is above reproach and to maintain complete honesty and integrity in the academic experience both in and out of the classroom setting and may initiate disciplinary proceedings against a student accused of any form of academic dishonesty, including but not limited to, cheating on an examination or other academic work, plagiarism, collusion, and the abuse of resource materials." PLAGIARISM
12 Plagiarism at ASU is a serious topic. The Angelo State University s Honor Code gives specific details on plagiarism and what it encompasses. Plagiarism is the action or practice of taking someone else's work, idea, etc., and passing it off as one's own. Plagiarism is literary theft. In your discussions and/or your papers, it is unacceptable to copy word for word without quotation marks and the source of the quotation. We use the APA Style Manual of the American Psychological Association as a guide for all writing assignments. Quotes should be used sparingly. It is expected that you will summarize or paraphrase ideas giving appropriate credit to the source both in the body of your paper and the reference list. Papers are subject to be evaluated for originality via Bb Safe Assignment or Turnitin. Resources to help you understand this policy better are available at the ASU Writing Center STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 1. Angelo State University is committed to the principle that no qualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of the university, or be subjected to discrimination by the university, as provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), and subsequent legislation. 2. Student Contact: The Student Life Office is the designated campus department charged with the responsibility of reviewing and authorizing requests for reasonable accommodations based on a disability, and it is the student s responsibility to initiate such a request by contacting the Student Life Office, Room 112 University Center, at (325) or (325) (TDD/FAX) or by at to begin the process. Reasonable accommodations will be made for students determined to be disabled or who have documented disabilities. INCOMPLETE GRADE POLICY (OP Grading Procedures) It is policy that incomplete grades be reserved for student illness or personal misfortune. Please contact faculty if you have serious illness or a personal misfortune that would keep you from completing course work. Documentation may be required. STUDENT ABSENCE FOR OBSERVANCE OF RELIGIOUS HOLY DAYS A student who intends to observe a religious holy day should make that intention known in writing to the instructor prior to the absence. Please see ASU Operating Policy COPYRIGHT POLICY Students officially enrolled in this course should make only one printed copy of the given articles and/or chapters. You are expressly prohibited from distributing or reproducing any portion of course readings in printed or electronic form without written permission from the copyright holders or publishers.
13 SYLLABUS CHANGES The faculty member reserves the option to make changes as necessary to this syllabus and the course content. If changes become necessary during this course, the faculty will notify students of such changes by , course announcements and/or via a discussion board announcement. It is the student s responsibility to look for such communications about the course on a daily basis. WEBLINKS: Board of Nursing for the State of Texas BSN Student Resources Students are encouraged to review the plagiarism modules from: UT Arlington Central Library via ASU library COURSE EVALUATION Students are provided the opportunity, and are strongly encouraged to participate in a course evaluation at the end of the semester. Areas on the IDEA evaluation include: Gaining factual knowledge. Developing specific skills, competencies, and points of view needed by professionals in nursing. Developing skill in expressing myself orally and in writing. Learning how to find and use resources for answering questions or solving problems. Learning to analyze and critically evaluate ideas, arguments, and points of view. RUBRICS FOR ASSESSMENTS Located on the following pages (below). End of Syllabus.
14 Online Discussion Rubric Criteria Frequency Initial Assignment Posting Follow-Up Postings Content Contribution References & Support Unacceptable 0 Points Participates 1-2 times, late in the week, or does not participate at all Does not post information pertinent to the assignment Does not post follow-up responses to instructor or peers; or follow-up responses to instructor or peers are not relevant Posts information that is off-topic, incorrect, or irrelevant to discussion Does not include references other than textbook or other supporting experience to support comments Fair 1 Point Participates 3 different days in the week Posts adequate assignment with superficial thought and preparation; does not address all aspects of the task; includes only textbook as a reference Posts shallow contribution to discussion (e.g., agrees or disagrees); does not enrich discussion Repeats but does not add substantive information to the discussion Uses personal experience, but no references to readings or research to support comments Good 2 Points Participates 4 or more days throughout week Posts well developed comments addressing assignment including readings, addresses all aspects of the task; lacks full development of concepts; includes peer-reviewed references other than textbook Elaborates on existing posts with further comment or observation; moves discussion forward; enriches discussion Posts information that is factually correct; lacks full development of concept or thought Incorporates some appropriate references, textbook readings, and/or personal experience to support comments Excellent 3 Points Participates 5-6 days throughout the week Posts well developed comments addressing assignment including readings, addresses all aspects of the task; includes peerreviewed references and references other than textbook Demonstrates analysis of others posts; extends meaningful discussion by building on previous posts and or asking questions that advances discussion. Posts factually correct, reflective, and substantive contribution; advances discussion Uses references from peer-reviewed literature, incorporates readings, and may add appropriate personal experience to support comments
15 Clarity & Mechanics Posts long or unorganized content that may contain multiple errors or may be inappropriate Communicates in friendly, courteous, and helpful manner with some errors in clarity or mechanics Contributes valuable information to discussion with minor clarity or writing errors Contributes to discussion with clear, concise comments formatted in an easy to read style and is free of grammatical or spelling errors Score: 18 = = = 68 6 = 50 2 = 0 17 = = 80 9 = 64 5 = 30 1 = 0 16 = = 76 8 = 60 4 = 20 0 = 0 15 = = 72 7 = 56 3 = 10
16 LearnScape Grading Rubric Levels of Achievement Criteria Unacceptable Acceptable Good Excellent Submission Content Grammar Writing Style 0 Points Did not submit assignment 5 Points Completes task demonstrating poor content indicating lack of effort and does not address questions in the scenario. 5 Points Uses poor grammar and spelling throughout the assignment. 5 Points Indicates no organization of thoughts. Writing style is rudimentary. 10 Points Submitted assignment more than two days late 10 Points Completes task with acceptable information answering most parts of the scenario. No sources used to support ideas. 10 Points Uses mostly acceptable grammar and spelling throughout the assignment but has multiple errors. 10 Points Poor organization of thoughts that causes the reader to be confused by the writer's meaning. 15 Points Submitted assignment no more than one day late. 15 Points Completes task with good information that answers all parts of the scenario. Lacking full depth of content. Does provide sources to support ideas. 15 Points Uses good grammar and spelling throughout the assignment with only a few errors. 15 Points Thoughts are clearly organized but writing style is colloquial versus professional in style. 25 Points Submitted assignment by deadline. 25 Points Completes assignment with substantial information that answers all parts of the scenario. Cites sources to support ideas. 25 Points Uses excellent grammar and spelling throughout the assignment. No errors. 25 Points Thoughts are clearly organized in an easy to read professional writing style.
17 LTL (Letter to a Legislator) Rubric Criteria Explains and analyzes a significant public health or societal problem. Uses facts, statistics and logic to explain why it is a serious problem. Describes health, economic, and societal implications. Uses facts and logical reasoning to propose a realistic, substantive solution. Discussion/solution is in-depth, well-reasoned, and based on research. Facts lead to accurate conclusions about specific actions to be taken, directed to the appropriate person. Be sure to ask for a response to your concerns. Writing is professional and clear. Organization, punctuation, tone, grammar and narrative are at baccalaureate level. Text is interesting and flows well. Formatting is business-letter appropriate and includes contact information. Facts are presented in APA format. Reference page is APA formatted and lists at least 6 credible sources. Three of 6 sources must be professional journals. (Reference page follows letter in the same Word document). Provides evidence of legislator response 5 Points Total Points
18 LTE (Letter to the Editor) Rubric Criteria Analyzes and describes significant public health or societal problem. Provides facts and statistics to (a) explain seriousness and significance, and (b) emphasize health, economic and societal implications. Draws accurate conclusions about problem. Describes fact-based solution. Discussion/solution is not simplistic or superficial (like washing hands, eating right or exercising), but is in-depth and well-reasoned. Facts lead to accurate conclusions about solution. Tells reader what to do and how to do it. Writing is professional, simple and clear. Organization, punctuation, tone, grammar and narrative are at baccalaureate level. Text is interesting and flows well. Formatting is business-letter appropriate and includes contact information Reference page is APA formatted and lists at least 6 credible sources. Three of the 6 sources must be professional journals. (Reference page follows LTE combined within one single Word document). Points Provides evidence of publication 5 Total 105
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