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1 The University of Jordan School of Nursing The School of Nursing; "Excellence in Teaching, Clinical Practice, Research and Community Services" School Profile

2 About the School The School of Nursing (SON) at The University of Jordan was established in 1972 by a Royal Decree. It was the first program in Jordan to offer a Baccalaureate Degree in nursing which was established by foreign nursing faculty. At the beginning, the School was a department at the Faculty of Medical Sciences until 1977, when the School of Nursing became an independent School and the university administration dedicated the resources to build the Jordanian Nursing Faculty capacity. The SON was the first school in Jordan to offer specialized and advanced graduate nursing education. The graduate program (MSN) in nursing education began in Degree program offerings continued to expand and in a pioneer step in 2005, the School of Nursing established the first PhD program in Jordan. Since it was established, the School of Nursing continued to create a high impact role in terms of preparing future scholars and leaders in nursing, serving national and regional communities, and continuing to develop nursing competencies through specialized courses and continuing education programs. School vision, mission, goals and intended learning outcomes: Our Vision To be a leading, global school in the areas of nursing education, research and community services. Our Mission The School of Nursing dedicates itself to improve health and wellbeing of society through preparing professional nurses to provide quality nursing care, conduct research and provide community service. The school provides a model learning environment that encourages life-long learning, innovation, and professional and personal development.

3 Our Goals: 1) Graduate competent nurses able to provide quality nursing care. 2) Promote a scientific research culture among faculty and students. ) Develop the body of nursing knowledge at local, regional, and international levels. 4) Disseminate nursing knowledge through national and international conferences, workshops, seminars, training programs, and exchange programs. 5) Promote professional development of faculty members and administrative staff. 6) Promote continuous learning and educational culture and environment. 7) Build collaborative relations and partnerships with local, regional, and international institutions. Our Core Value:

4 Our Intended Learning outcomes (BSc in Nursing): Upon successful completion of BSc Program in Nursing, the students will be able to: ILO 1: Demonstrate competency in performing and providing the role of a professional nurse in quality care provision for individuals, families, and groups. ILO 2: Apply principles of effective communication with peers, individuals, families, groups, and health care team. ILO : Utilize critical thinking and problem solving in planning and implementing nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. ILO 4: Apply professional standards, values, and behaviors in providing nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. ILO 5: Demonstrate safety measures to protect self, individuals, families, and groups. ILO 6: Translate organizational, leadership, interprofessional collaboration, and management concepts into nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. ILO 7: Utilize evidence based practice in providing care for individuals, families, and groups.

5 Organization Structure

6 School Board ( )

7 Our Departments: The SON has there administrative departments; the Clinical Nursing includes 4 sections: Foundations of Professional Nursing, Health Assessment, Adult Health Nursing 1, and Adult Health Nursing 2. Maternal and Child Health Department has 2 sections: Maternal Health Nursing and Child and Adolescence Health Nursing, and Community Health Nursing department has sections: Mental Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, and Management and Leadership in Nursing. These sections, headed by faculty course coordinators hold regular separate meetings to organize clinical practice schedules, exams, students assignments, rotations and clinical settings, for purposes of bridging theory and practice. 1. Department of Clinical Nursing receives students in their first, second, and third year of study. It provides them with basic knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed in the areas of foundation of nursing, caring of adult clients, and caring of critically ill. The students are prepared to practice nursing starting from the lab and ending in specialized care units. Courses offered by Clinical Nursing Department (1 credit hours) # Course Number Course Title Introduction to Nursing Profession Foundations of Professional Nursing Foundations of Professional Nursing-Clinical Health Assessment Introduction to Adult Health Nursing Pathophysiology Adult Health Nursing (1) Adult Health Nursing (1)-Clinical Adult Health Nursing (2) Adult Health Nursing (2)-Clinical Emergency and Disaster Nursing Total Credit Hours Department of Community Health Nursing receives students in their third and fourth years of study and offers courses that engage them in the community. It provides them with basic knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed in the areas of mental health nursing, community health nursing, and management and leadership in nursing.

8 Courses offered by Community Nursing Department (5 credit hours) # Course Number Course Title Mental Health Nursing Mental Health Nursing-Clinical Trends, Issues and Ethical considerations in Nursing Health and Safety in Working Setting Community Health Nursing Concepts of Therapeutic Communication Nursing Gerontology Community Health Nursing/Clinical Nursing Informatics Management and Leadership in Nursing Management and Leadership in Nursing-Clinical Intensive Clinical Training Total Credit Hours Department of Maternal and Child Health Nursing receives students in their third year of study and it provides them with basic knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to care for child-bearing women, infants, children, and adolescents. Students are trained in various maternal-child health settings including community based and hospital based services. Courses offered by Maternity Child Health Nursing Department (25 credit hours) # Course Number Course Title Foundations of Growth and Development Professional Writing Children and Adolescents Health Nursing Children and Adolescents Health Nursing-Clinical Maternal Health Nursing Maternal Health Nursing-Clinical Scientific Research & Statistical Methods Reproductive Health Health Education and Promotion Total Credit Hours

9 More Information is available on school website: Nursing Laboratories: There are seven nursing laboratories located on the second floor at the Health Complex Hall. 1. Child Health Nursing 2. Foundation of Professional Nursing. Physical Health Assessment 4. Adult Health 5. Maternity Health Nursing 6. Computer Simulation/ Audio Visual 7. Simulation/ Critical Care Princess Muna Al Hussein opens the nursing laboratories

10 Our Programs: The academic programs in nursing, prepare individuals for professional roles. In addition, these programs prepare individuals for collaboration with other professionals and consumers in the delivery of holistic health care, health-related research, and advocacy for the improvement of health outcomes. Bachelor of Science: Undergraduate nursing education builds on a foundation of studies in the sciences, humanities, and arts. The baccalaureate program prepares competent, selfdirected, independent, and safe practitioner and generalist (Registered Nurses) who can assume increasing responsibility and leadership in the delivery of evidence-based nursing care. Master of Science: The Graduate program offers a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with preparation as a clinical nurse specialist in the areas of Critical Care, Palliative Care and Psychiatric-Mental Health. Master s nursing education builds on a foundation of undergraduate nursing education and provides specialty practice with an expanded theoretical and empirical

11 Total Community Maternal & Child Clinical Total Community Maternal & Child Clinical Total Community Maternal & Child Clinical 19:2 6:8 0:15 1:9 17:4 5:9 0:15 12:10 17: 5:10 0:1 12:10 knowledge base. The Master of Science in Clinical Nursing in its three specialties: Critical Care, Palliative Care and Psychiatric-Mental Health programs prepare registered nurses for advanced functional roles that require increased accountability, expertise, and leadership. Graduates are prepared to provide evidence-based health care in collaboration with other health care providers and consumers. Doctor of Philosophy The PhD in Nursing started in the Fall of Doctoral education develops and advances empirical knowledge to promote evidence-based practice in the discipline of nursing. The doctorate program provides a basis for future research-focused graduates who are knowledgeable and competent to develop theories and conduct research and other scholarly activities to assume academic, research, and leadership roles. Our Faculty: Faculty Qualifications and Numbers According to Academic Rank Faculty Qualification Department Department Department PhD Professor Associate Assistant Lecturer Total PhDs Master (Lecturer and Teacher) Total teaching staff Sabbatical and unpaid New Total (total minus the sabbatical) Gender Male : Female

12 Our Programs: Bachelor of Science Master of Science Critical care Palliative care Psychiatric mental health Doctor of Philosophy 948; 100%

13 Study Plan for BSc in Nursing The study at the Faculty of Nursing enables the student to obtain the Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing by attending total of (16) credit hours divided by four academic years as follows: Number Type University Requirements Faculty Requirements Compulsory Specialization Requirements Optional Specialization Requirements Total Credit Hours University Requirements: (27) Credit Hours as follow: A. Compulsory Requirements: (12) credit hours: Course Number Course Title Credit Hours Communication Skills/Arabic Language Communication Skills/English Language Military Sciences National Education B. Optional Requirements: (15) credit hours on the basis of credit hours per course. Students has to choose courses from the first, second and third group as mentioned below with a minimum of one course and a maximum of two courses from each group. (students cannot choose courses from the Faculty of Nursing): Group One: Humanitarian Sciences Course Number Course Title Credit Hours Legal Culture Islamic Culture Islamic System History of Human Civilization

14 Management Skills Creative Writing Introduction to Librarian-ship and Information Sports & Health Art Appreciation Foreign Language Human Rights Group Two: Social and Economic Sciences Course Number Course Title Credit Hours History of Jordan & Palestine Global Political Economy Principles of Political Sciences Logic & Critical Thinking Introduction to Sociology Principles of Psychology Geography of Jordan Archaeology of Jordan Principles of Social Work Jerusalem City Introduction to Electronic Commerce Group Three: Science, Technology, Agriculture, and Health Course Number Course Title Credit Hours Public Health Principles Principles of General Safety Science and Society

15 Home Garden Social Media Jordan Industries Human Nutrition Environment 2. a. All students should pass Arabic language, English language and computer competency exams. A student who fails, should register for an additional course (099) outside the study plan. b. Ethic and life skills ( ) of one credit hour added to the plan and recorded as zero credit hour, should be registered on the first or second semester in the first year. Faculty Requirements: 4 compulsory credit hours: Course Number Course Title Weekly Hours Practicu Theory m Credit Hours Prerequisites Concurrent General Chemistry General Biology Anatomy Physiology Biochemistry for Nursing Microbiology for Nursing Pharmacology for Nursing Computer Skills for Medical Faculties Applied Nutrition for Nursing Professional Writing Pathophysiology

16 Trends, Issues and Ethical considerations in Nursing Specialization Requirements: (75) credit hours divided as follow: A. Compulsory Specialization Requirements: (69) credit hours B. Optional Specialization Requirements: (6) credit hours A-Compulsory Specialization Requirements: (69) credit hours contain the follow courses: Course Number Course Title Weekly Hours Theory Practicum* Credit Hours Prerequisites Concurrent Health Assessment Introduction to Nursing Profession Foundations of Professional Nursing Foundations of Professional Nursing Clinical Introduction to Adult Health Nursing Adult Health Nursing (1) Adult Health Nursing (1)-Clinical Adult Health Nursing (2) Adult Health Nursing (2)-Clinical

17 Foundations of Growth and Development Health Education and Promotion Children and Adolescents Health Nursing Children and Adolescents Health Nursing-Clinical Maternal Health Nursing Maternal Health Nursing-Clinical Scientific Research & Statistical Methods Therapeutic Relationship Concepts Mental Health Nursing Mental Health Nursing Clinical Community Health Nursing Community Health Nursing- Clinical Management and Leadership in Nursing Management and Leadership in Nursing-Clinical Intensive Clinical Training** shifts Graduation semester * Each credit hour equal four actual clinical hours. ** Each credit hour in Intensive Clinical Training course equals six actual clinical hours which equivalent to 48 shifts (8 hours/shift) registered in the graduation semester. B. Optional Specialization Requirements: (6) credit hours from the following: Course Weekly Hours Credit Course Title Prerequisites Number Theor Practicu Hours

18 y m* Emergency and Disaster Nursing Reproductive Health Nursing Gerontology Nursing Informatics Health and Safety in Working Setting - - The Master of Science Degree in Nursing Curricula I. GENERAL RULES AND CONDITIONS:- 1. This plan conforms to the valid regulations of the programs of graduate studies. 2. Areas of specialty for admission in this program: - Holders of the Bachelor s Degree in Nursing. II. SPECIAL CONDITIONS - One year clinical nursing experience in a health care institution or a teaching/training experience of one year in the related specialty. Master Degree In Clinical Nursing/Critical Care

19 Thesis Track III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (21) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and - - Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care - Research Health Assessment Skills Critical Care Nursing (1) Critical Care Nursing (2) Clinical Nursing Elective Courses: Studying (6) Credit hours from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre request Teaching and Training in Nursing Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Clinical Pharmacology Nursing Care of Critically ill Children Emergency and Disaster Nursing Palliative Care: Pain and Suffering Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric - - nursing Changes in health physiology. Thesis (9) Credit hours ( )

20 Master Degree In Clinical Nursing/Critical Care Comprehensive Exam Track ` III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (24) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care Research Health Assessment Skills Critical Care Nursing (1) Critical Care Nursing (2) Clinical Nursing Changes in health physiology Elective Courses: Studying (12) Credit hours from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre request Teaching and Training in Nursing Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Clinical Pharmacology Nursing Care of Critically ill Children Emergency and Disaster Nursing Palliative Care: Pain and Suffering Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric - -

21 nursing * Each credit hour (practice) equals (8) actual clinical hour. A comprehensive exam ( ) Master Degree In Clinical Nursing/ Palliative Care Thesis Track III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (21) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and - - Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care - Research Health Assessment Skills Introduction to palliative care Clinical palliative care Symptom management in palliative care Elective Courses: Studying (6) Credit hours from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre request Teaching and Training in Nursing Changes in health physiology Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Clinical Pharmacology - -

22 Palliative Care: Pain and Suffering Palliative Care: Policies, Psychosocial and - - Ethical Perspectives Qualitative research in palliative care Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric nursing - -. Thesis (9) Credit hours ( ) Master Degree in Clinical Nursing/ Palliative Care Comprehensive Exam Track` III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (24) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care Research Health Assessment Skills Introduction to palliative care Clinical palliative care Symptom management in palliative care Palliative Care: Pain and Suffering Elective Courses: Studying (12) Credit hours from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre request Teaching and Training in Nursing - -

23 Changes in health physiology Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Clinical Pharmacology Palliative Care: Policies, Psychosocial and Ethical Perspectives Qualitative research in palliative care Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric nursing - - * Each credit hour (practice) equals (8) actual clinical hour. A comprehensive exam ( ) Master Degree In Clinical Nursing Psychiatric mental health Thesis III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (21) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and - - Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care - Research Health Assessment Skills Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Specialized Psychiatric Clinical Nursing

24 2. Elective Courses: Studying (6) Credit hours from the following: Course Course Title Credit Theory Prac. Pre No. hrs request Theoretical Foundation for Psychiatric Nursing Psycho-Pathology Psycho-Pharmacology Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric nursing Therapeutic models in psychiatric nursing Teaching and Training in Nursing Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Evidenced Based Psychiatric Nursing Care - - Seminar. Thesis (9) Credit hours ( ) Master Degree In Clinical Nursing /Psychiatric mental health Comprehensive Exam Track` III. THE STUDY PLAN: Studying (6) Credit Hours as follows: 1. Obligatory courses: (24) Credit Hours: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre - request Specialized Nursing: Ethics and Roles Nursing Theories: Development and Application Research Methodology in Nursing Statistical Methods for Health Care Research Health Assessment Skills Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing

25 Specialized Psychiatric Clinical Nursing Therapeutic relationships in psychiatric nursing Elective Courses: Studying (12) Credit hours from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit hrs Theory Prac. Pre request Theoretical Foundation for Psychiatric - - Nursing Psycho-Pathology Psycho-Pharmacology Therapeutic models in psychiatric nursing Teaching and Training in Nursing Management and - - Leadership in Nursing Evidenced Based Psychiatric Nursing Care seminar - - * Each credit hour (practice) equals (8) actual clinical hour. A comprehensive exam ( ) Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD) First: General Rules & Conditions: 1. This plan conforms to valid regulations of the programs of graduate studies. 2. Specialties of Admission: - The First Priority: Master in Nursing -The second Priority: BSc nursing graduate holding Master degree in health related specialties not exceeding 10% of admission

26 Second: Special Conditions: - None. Third: Study Plan: Studying (54) Credit Hours as following: 1. Obligatory Courses (21) credit hours: Course No. Course Title Credit Hrs Theory Practical Pre/Corequisite Philosophy of Nursing Science Nursing Theories Advanced quantitative research Advanced statistical analysis Measurement in Nursing Research Advanced qualitative research Health Policy Elective Courses (15) Credit Hours: from the following: Course No. Course Title Credit Hrs Theory Practical Pre/Corequisite Health Informatics Special Topics in Nursing Public Health Nursing Advanced Leadership in Health care Clinical Trials Nursing in global context Context of chronic illnesses Nursing education and curriculum development Quality management of health care institutions Seminars in nursing research Multivariate Analysis - -. Pass the qualifying exam ( ). 4. Thesis: (18) Credit hours ( ).

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