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1 Faculty of health sciences Department of Nursing - Prospectus 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. VISION AND MISSION 1 2. PREFACE 1 3. ACADEMIC STAFF 2 4. EDUCATIONAL APPROACH 3 5. GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION FINANCE 4 6. PROGRAMMES/QUALIFICATIONS B CUR PROGRAMME FURTHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATES IN NURSING SCIENCE Pharmacology for Nurses FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMAS Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing Science Community Nursing Science Medical and Surgical Nursing Science: Critical Care Nursing (General) Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Science Primary Health Care: Clinical Nursing, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care Occupational Health Nursing Science Nursing Administration Nursing Education 6.4 B CUR (Ed et Adm) MASTER S DEGREE IN NURSING SCIENCE DOCTORAL DEGREE IN NURSING SCIENCE 28

3 1. VISION AND MISSION Vision Statement We strive to be the leading Nursing Department in Southern Africa and to be recognised internationally, by offering nursing programmes that advance freedom, democracy, equity and human dignity as high ideals of humanity through producing competent practitioners, distinguished scholarship, excellence in teaching, learning and assessment, reputable research and innovation and through putting intellectual capital to work. Mission Statement The Nursing Department will pursue its vision by: Striving towards excellence in nursing education, research and community engagement in symbiotic relationship with one another and other health professionals. Developing competent nursing practitioners to meet the diverse and rapidly changing healthcare needs of the South African Society. These practitioners will reflect lifelong learning skills, career management skills, and professional and personal empowerment to be internationally competitive. Conducting reputable and innovative research that is guided by the priority of health-care needs of the South African Society. The scientific knowledge generated by the research process will firstly be integrated in the learning content of the programme and secondly, its utilisation in practice will facilitate evidence-based, best practice. Developing communities through quality nursing education, research and partnerships with the community. Pursuing two niche areas, namely: The under- and postgraduate clinical programmes, enriched by professional nursing science in order to provide for the health-care needs of South Africans. Distinguished scholarship (teaching of research, conducting research and disseminating research findings nationally and internationally). 2. PREFACE The Faculty of Health Sciences is proud to present the programmes that are described in this prospectus. Our guarantee of academic quality lies in the fact that the academics of the University of Johannesburg constantly develop and upgrade every programme. The Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing Sciences also strives to give excellent service to every student. The University of Johannesburg would like to make a significant contribution to the development of all South Africans. Research is constantly being carried out into the most suitable mode of representation for every course. We use multi-mode programme presentation so as to optimise the teaching and learning process in a manner that can be to your advantage. Furthermore, the student can rely on a strong system of student support that includes study letters, workshops, contact sessions, peer group guidance, mentorship and technological support. 1

4 2 3. ACADEMIC STAFF: DEPARTMENT OF NURSING Would you ever consider studying at a Department of Nursing Sciences other than one where more than 29% of the academic staff has doctoral degrees? The academic activities of the Department of Nursing Sciences at the University of Johannesburg are organised under the following programme groups: Professional Nursing Science: Nursing Management, Nursing Education; and Ethos and Professional Nursing Science Practice Prof Mary Chabeli BACurHons (UNISA), MCur (RAU), DCur (RAU), RGN, RCN, RM, RIN, RNE, RNA. Mrs Hafisa Ally BACurHons (UNISA), MCur (then University of Natal), RGN, RM, RCN, RNE, RNA Community Nursing Science; Primary Health Care: Diagnosis, Treatment and Care; Occupational Health Nursing Mrs Wanda Jacobs BCur (RAU), MCur (RAU), RGN, RCN, RM, RPN, RNE, RNA. Mrs Nomasonto Magobe MCur (UJ), BTech (TWR), RGN, RM, RCN, RNA, RNE, PHCN, OHN Mrs Kaarina Meintjes BCur (RAU), MCur (RAU), RGN, RCN, RM, RPN. Mrs Mpho Satekge BACurHons, MPH (MEDUNSA), RGN, RM, RCN, RNE, OHN, RADM. Mr Mondli Miya BCur, Adv Diploma Management and Education; MA Community Health Medical and Surgical Nursing Science: Critical Care Nursing (General) Prof Elzabe Nel BSocScHons (UOFS), MCur (RAU), DCur (RAU), RGN, RM, RPN, RIN, DNE. Mrs Irene Kearns BCur Ed et Adm (UJ), MCur (UJ), RN, RM, RCHN, RIN, RNE, RNA. Mr Sidwell Matlala BCur Ed et Adm (UJ); RGN, RM, RIN. Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing Science Prof Anna Nolte MSocSc (UOFS), D Litt et Phil (UNISA), RGN, RCN, RM, RPN, RNE, RNA. Mrs Jackie Malesela MCur (UP); BACur (UNISA); BACurHons (UNISA); RN, RM, ROPTHN, RCN,RNE,RNA Mrs Mariana Scheepers BCur (PU for CHE), MCur (UP), RGN, RCN, RPN, RM, RNE Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Science Prof Marie Poggenpoel BArt et Sc (PU for CHE), MSocSc (UOFS), DPhil (PU for CHE), RGN, RCN, RM, RPN, RNE, RNA. Ms Vasti van Niekerk BCur (RAU), MCur (RAU), RGN, RPN, RCN, RM Dr Annie Temane DCur (UJ), MCur (RAU), BNSC (UNIBO), RGN, RM, RCN, RPN. Pharmacology in Nursing Mrs Portia Zibi BACur (UNISA), MCur (UJ), RGN, RCN, RM, RIN, RNE, RNA, OHN

5 4. EDUCATIONAL APPROACH The Department of Nursing Sciences at the University of Johannesburg follows a multimodal approach to education to meet the needs of every learner. These modes include weekday lectures. Accreditation of programmes All programmes offered at the Department of Nursing Sciences are approved by: South African Nursing Council SAQA HEQC 5. GENERAL INFORMATION All registrations will be done according to relevant academic regulations of the Faculty of Health Sciences. All students will register online. Personal registration will take place where applicable. Registration for all Nursing programmes takes place in January of each year. PLEASE NOTE: No late registrations will be accepted. A registration form is obtainable from the following address: University of Johannesburg, Student Enrolment Centre, cnr. Kingsway and University Road, Auckland Park, Kingsway Campus, JOHANNESBURG. Full details can be obtained from the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Department of REGISTRATION Nursing on telephone: / 3501 / or visit our website at nursing. Application for registration: Your application for registration should be accompanied by: Application fee stipulated by UJ Registration fee stipulated by UJ Certified copies of tertiary qualifications Two identity photographs Two certified copies of your identity document Married women: certified copy of your marriage certificate Two certified copies of SANC for the current year Documentary proof for course exemption 3

6 4 Please refer to the Finance Department for current information at the following telephone numbers: / 4339 / 3910 / 3277 / 4303 / or the UJ Website: Student account enquiries In the case of subjects reflected incorrectly on accounts, students should contact Faculty Administration directly. Enquiries about tuition fees and incorrect account debits or credits should be addressed to staff in the Student Accounts Division on the following telephone numbers: / / / Edu-Loan for postgraduate/part-time programmes The University of Johannesburg has an agreement with Edu-Loan to provide financial assistance to students. If studying is a question of finance, then Edu-Loan has the answer! If you qualify, you can repay your study fees over 10 months at low interest. All full-time government employees and their dependants FINANCE qualify for the Edu-Loan facility, including teachers, nurses, policemen, etc. For more information, please contact EDU-LOAN on or customer services on Banking details: PLEASE NOTE: If you prefer to pay the registration fee directly into the University s bank account, remember to enclose the deposit slip with your application form as proof of payment. Account: University of Johannesburg Bank: ABSA Branch: Auckland Park Branch code:

7 6. PROGRAMMES/QUALIFICATIONS BCUR PROGRAMME IN NURSING SCIENCE The BCur qualification from the University of Johannesburg is rated highly, both nationally and internationally and will prepare you for a rewarding career and exciting further studies. CREDITS: 552 NQF LEVEL: 8 Admission requirements A Matriculation Exemption Certificate or a further education certificate (Level 4) is a prerequisite for admission to this course. In addition, candidates must have an M-Score of at least 13 points or an APS Score of 29 with Mathematics or 30 with Mathematical Literacy. Selection procedure A selection formula has been devised to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of all candidates. Either your Grade 11 or Grade 12 marks (national examination) will be used to calculate your selection mark. Your M-Score (old matric) will be calculated and you must attain a score of at least 13 for selection or an APS Score of 29 with Mathematics or 30 with Mathematical Literacy. You will be required to have full exemption or meet the minimum requirements for admission to the Bachelor s Degree on the Umalusi Certificate. The following scale is used for selection purposes. Admission Points Score (APS) Programme Minimum APS Group A Languages OR Group B Language of teaching and learning Other recognised language Mathematics Mathematical Literacy Life Orientation Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 BCur 29 with Mathematics OR 30 with Mathematical Literacy

8 6 The BCur degree consists of a four-year course, and its curriculum is as follows: First year Fundamental Nursing Science 1A Human Anatomy A and B Sociology 1A Psychology 1A and 1B Introduction to Human Physiology A and B Communication Second year Fundamental Nursing Science 2A and 2B Sociology 2A and 2C Psychology 2A Basic Pharmacology in Nursing Science Human Physiology A and B Third year Nursing Science 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D Nursing Science 2A, 2B, 2C and 2D Fourth year Nursing Science 3A, 3B, 3C and 3D Nursing Science 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D Clinical training and practical Clinical training and practicals take place at: Helen Joseph Hospital Tara Hospital Community services Coronation Hospital Woodside Sanctuary Other health services Qualifications on completion On completion of the course, candidates will obtain a BCur degree and be registered, in their capacity as a professional nurse, with the South African Nursing Council as a: General nurse Midwife Psychiatric nurse Community nurse Course Coordinator: Ms Vasti van Niekerk Tel: Fax:

9 FURTHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN NURSING SCIENCE PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES (FNC001) NQF LEVEL: 6 CREDITS: 120 DURATION OF COURSE: One academic year Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a registered nurse. 2. Minimum of 15 and maximum of 30 students can be accommodated. Curriculum POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES Module 1: Introduction to post basic Pharmacology in nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes during the academic year on Tuesdays. Assignments/examinations: 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in November as scheduled. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this course, you will acquire an approved University Certificate in Pharmacology. FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMAS IN NURSING SCIENCE Learners who are interested in only the registration of an additional qualification with the SANC can complete a Further National Higher diploma in one of the following specialisation areas: Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing Science Community Nursing Science (Basic Qualification) Medical and Surgical Nursing Science: Critical Care Nursing (General) Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Science Primary Health Care, Clinical Nursing, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care Occupational Health Nursing Science Nursing Administration Nursing Education 7

10 8 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA ADVANCED MIDWIFERY AND NEONATAL NURSING SCIENCE (FND001) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a nurse and midwife. 2. Minimum of 15 and maximum of 30 students can be accommodated. 3. Students must be employed as a midwife in a maternity ward of an approved hospital. 4. The first 30 students who submit their registration form, registration fee and relevant documentation, and who comply with the admission requirements will be accepted. 5. A signed agreement from the Unit Manager and preceptor for the practical component. CURRICULUM: Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to research methodology POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post basic Pharmacology in nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes during the first semester on Tuesdays Weekly classes during the academic year on Tuesdays

11 Core modules ADVANCED MIDWIFERY AND NEONATAL NURSING SCIENCE Module 1: Nursing Skills during Pregnancy: Part 1 (VNV2017) Module 2: Nursing Skills during Pregnancy: Part 2 (VNV2017) Module 3: Nursing Skills during Labour: Part 1 (VNV2037) Module 4: Nursing Skills during Labour: Part 2 (VNV2037) Module 5: Postnatal Care and Neonatal Nursing Science: Part 1 (VNV2057) Module 6: Postnatal Care and Neonatal Nursing Science: Part 2 (VNV2057) Module 7: Midwifery Skills: Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing: Part 1 (VNV2077) Module 8: Midwifery Skills: Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing: Part 2 (VNV2087) Students must attend lectures twice a month as scheduled on Thursdays. Practical Every clinical subject contains a practical component. You are required to perform at least 30 hours of practical service per week in the maternity and/or neonatal unit in the clinic, hospital or unit where you are employed, which is approved by the SANC. Assignments/examinations: 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire additional registration with the SANC as an Advanced Midwife and Neonatal Nurse under R212. Lecturer: Prof A Nolte Tel: Fax:

12 10 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA COMMUNITY NURSING SCIENCE (FND006) - BASIC NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a registered nurse and midwifery if female and psychiatric nurse if male. 2. Only a minimum of 15 and maximum of 60 students can be accommodated. 3. The first 60 students who submit their registration form, registration fee and all the required documentation, and who comply with the admission requirements will be considered for selection. CURRICULUM Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to research methodology POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post-basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the first semester Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year

13 Core modules COMMUNITY NURSING SCIENCE Module 1: Family Health: Part 1 (GGV0017) Module 2: Family Health: Part 2 (GGV0017) Module 3: Communicable Diseases (GGV0037) Module 4: Chronic Disease Management (GGV0037) Module 5: Management of Health Services (GGV0057) Module 6: Health Promotion (GGV0057) Module 7: Contemporary Community Nursing (GGV0077) Module 8: Clinical Community Nursing (GGV0087) Students must attend lectures twice a month as scheduled on Thursdays. Practical 1. You are required to perform 350 hours of practical service in any clinic of your choice throughout the year. 2. Practical services include environmental, family, school and occupational health-care services. 3. Theory and practical must be completed within 4 years from the date of registration. Assignments/examinations Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. Application for exemption. Student must be registered for the modules that they apply for exemption. A certified copy of the academic record from the institution must accompany the application for exemption form. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this course, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a Community Nurse (yellow bar) under R276. Lecturer: Mrs W Jacobs Tel: Fax:

14 12 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL NURSING SCIENCE: CRITICAL CARE NURSING (GENERAL) (FND005) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a nurse. 2. At least one year s experience in an intensive care unit. 3. You must be employed in a SANC accredited intensive care unit. 4. A signed agreement from the Unit Manager and Preceptor for the practical component. 5. A maximum of 30 students can be accommodated. CURRICULUM Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to research methodology POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post-basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the first semester Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year

15 Core modules Module 1: Medical and Surgical Fundamental Nursing Science (MCV2017) Module 2: Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery (MCV2017) Module 3: Neurology and Neurosurgery (MCV2037) Module 4: Nephrology (MCV2037) Module 5: Pulmonology (MCV2057) Module 6: General Surgery, Sepsis and Endocrinology (MCV2057) Module 7: Clinical Critical Care Nursing (MCV2077) Module 8: Clinical Critical Care Nursing (MCV2087) Practical Students complete the prescribed practicals in a formalised manner and according to the agreement with the clinical unit or service. Assignments/examinations 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. 3. On completion of the course, there will be a clinical examination of clinical practice at work. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a General Critical Care Nurse. Lecturer: Dr E Nel Tel: Fax:

16 14 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE NURSING SCIENCE (FND007) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a registered nurse. 2. At least one year s experience in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 3. You must be employed in an approved Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 4. A signed agreement from the Unit Manager and Preceptor for the practical component. 5. Minimum of 15 and maximum of 50 students can be accommodated. 6. The first 50 students who submit their application form, registration fee and relevant documentation, and who comply with the admission requirements will be accepted. CURRICULUM Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to research methodology POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post-basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes on Tuesdays. Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year

17 Core modules Module 1: Scientific Foundation of Neonatal Nursing Care (NVK2017) Module 2: Haemodynamic homeostasis of high risk and critically ill neonates. Part 1 (NVK2017) Module 3: Haemodynamic homeostasis of high risk and critically ill neonates. Part 2 (NVK2037) Module 4: Principles of advance nursing supportive systems of high risk and critically ill neonates. Part 1 (NVK2037) Module 5: Principles of advance nursing of supportive systems of high risk and critically ill neonates. Part 1 (NVK2057) Module 6: Aspects of advanced neonatal nursing (NVK2057) Module 7: Comprehensive Practical Evaluation (NVK2077) Module 8: Practical workbook Clinical Skills (NVK2087) Students must attend compulsory lectures, on Thursdays, as scheduled by the lecturer. Attendance Students complete the prescribed practicals in a formalised manner and according to the agreement with the clinical unit or service manager. Assignments/Examinations 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. 3. Application for exemption. Student must be registered for the modules that they apply for exemption. A certified copy of the academic record from the institution must accompany the application form. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a Nurse in Neonatology (R212). Registration will depend on SANC s decision for Lecturer: Mrs M Scheepers Tel: Fax:

18 16 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA PRIMARY HEALTH CARE, CLINICAL NURSING, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT AND CARE (FND004) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a registered nurse. 2. Proof of indemnity for patient consultation with Clinical Instructors and Preceptors. 3. At least two years experience as a registered nurse. 4. Proof of current employment in a PHC/OHS or similar setting. 5. A signed document by the Preceptor (with relevant qualifications as a registered PHCN and practising as one) as proof of clinical guidance for the duration of study (2nd year component of the course core modules). 6. Minimum of 15 and maximum of 40 students who comply with all the admission requirements will be accepted. CURRICULUM Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to researchmethodology POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year

19 Core modules Module 1: Clinical Skills Module 2: Counselling, Interviewing, Assessment and Rational Decision-making (GGP2017) Module 3: Ear, Nose, Throat, Eyes, Skin, Hair, Nails and Lymph Nodes (GGP2017) Module 4: Respiratory System and Cardio-vascular System (GGP2027) Module 5: Emergencies and Surgical Problems on Primary Level (GGP2027) Module 6: Digestive System and Endocrine System (GGP2037) Module 7: Female Reproductive Systems, Renal System, Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS (GGP2057) Module 8: Muscular, Skeletal and Central Nervous Systems (GGP2077) Students must attend six contact sessions as scheduled on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday plus one block week. Assignments/Examinations 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. 3. On completion of the course, there will be a clinical examination of clinical practice at a clinic. 4. Theory and practical must be completed within 4 years from date of registration. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a Primary Health Care, Clinical Nursing, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care Practitioner under R48. Lecturer: Mrs N Magobe and Mrs K Meintjes Tel: / Fax:

20 18 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING SCIENCE (FND003) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 240 DURATION OF COURSE: Two academic years Admission requirements 1. Proof of registration with the SANC as a registered nurse. 2. Minimum of 15 and maximum of 60 students who comply with all the admission requirements will be accepted. CURRICULUM Fundamental modules PROFESSIONAL NURSING SCIENCE 1A: NURSING DYNAMICS Module 1: Ethos and Professional Practice (PNS1A10) Module 2: Nursing Unit Management (PNS1A20) Module 3: Introduction to research methodology Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year

21 POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING Module 1: Introduction to post basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: Specific Drugs: Part 1 (FAR0001) Module 3: Specific Drugs: Part 2 (FAR0003) Module 4: Specific Drugs: Part 3 (FAR0003) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year Core modules OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING SCIENCE Module 1: Occupational Health Service Dynamics (GGB2017) Module 2: Occupational Health Legislative Framework (GGB2017) Module 3: Assessment (GGB2037) Module 4: Promotive and Preventive Occupational Health Nursing (GGB2037) Module 5: Emergency Preparedness (GGB2057) Module 6: Chronic and Communicable Disease Management (GGB2057) Module 7: Contemporary Occupational Health Nursing (GGB2077) Module 8: Clinical Occupational Health Nursing (GGB2087) Students must attend lectures twice a month as scheduled on Thursdays. Assignments/examinations: 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. 3. On completion of the course, there will be a clinical examination of clinical practice at a work place. 4. Theory and practical components must be completed within 4 years from date of registration. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as an Occupational Health Nurse R

22 20 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA NURSING ADMINISTRATION (VVA010) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 120 DURATION OF COURSE: One academic year Admission requirements Proof of registration with SANC as a registered nurse. A minimum of 30 and a maximum of 100 students can be accommodated. CURRICULUM Professional Nursing Science 1A (PNS1A10 + PNS1A20) Professional Nursing Science 1B (PNS1B10 + PNS1B20 + PNS1B30) Professional Nursing Science 1C (PNS1C10 + PNS1C20) Professional Nursing Science 2A (PNS2A10 + PNS2A20) POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES Module 1: Introduction to post basic Pharmacology in nursing (FAR0001) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year Attendance on Thursdays from 13:40 to 15:20. Module 2: (FAR0003) Human Resource Management A (MHB1A01) Human Resource Management B (MHB1B01) Assignments/Examinations 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. Lecturer: Mrs H Ally Tel: Fax: PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a Nursing Administrator (silver bar) R1501.

23 FURTHER NATIONAL HIGHER DIPLOMA NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 120 DURATION OF COURSE: One academic year NURSING EDUCATION (VVO 010) Admission requirements Proof of registration with SANC as a registered nurse. A minimum of 30 and a maximum of 100 students can be accommodated. CURRICULUM Professional Nursing Science 1A (PNS1A10 + PNS1A20) Professional Nursing Science 1B (PNS1B10 + PNS1B20 + PNS1B30) Professional Nursing Science 1C (PNS1C10 + PNS1C20) Professional Nursing Science 2B (PNS2B10 + PNS2B20) Professional Nursing Science 2C (PNS2C10 + PNS2C20 + PNS2C30) Professional Nursing Science 2D (PNS2D10) POST-BASIC PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES Module 1: Introduction to post-basic Pharmacology in Nursing (FAR0001) Module 2: (FAR0003) Human Resource Management B (MHB1B01)) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year Attendance on Thursdays from 13:40 to 15:20 21

24 22 Assignments/examinations 1. Assignments and tests as indicated by the lecturer. 2. Examinations are written in June and November as scheduled. 3. Nursing education practicals as scheduled by the lecturer. PLEASE NOTE: Upon completion of this diploma, students will acquire registration with the SANC as a Nurse Educator (white bar) R118. Lecturer: Prof M Chabeli Tel: Fax:

25 BACCALAUREUS CURATIONIS (EDUCATIONIS ET ADMINISTRATIONIS) NQF LEVEL: 8 CREDITS: 552 DURATION OF COURSE: Three academic years BCUR (Ed et Adm) Admission requirements 1. A Matriculation exemption certificate. 2. Should you not hold a Matriculation exemption certificate, you must apply for one as soon as possible after registration. Your application will probably be successful; provided that you are at least 23 years old and can furnish proof that you have passed at least six matriculation subjects. Proof of registration as a registered nurse with SANC. Exemptions for clinical specialties from other academic institutions will not be allowed. CURRICULUM YEAR 1 Human Resource Management A (MHB1A01) Human Resource Management B (MHB1B01) Professional Nursing Science 1A (PNS1A10 + PNS1A20) Professional Nursing Science 1B (PNS1B10 + PNS1B20 + PNS1B30) Professional Nursing Science 2B (PNS2B10 + PNS2B20) Professional Nursing Science 2C (PNS2C10 + PNS2C20 + PNS2C30) Professional Nursing Science 2D (PNS2D10) Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year YEAR 2 Professional Nursing Science 2A (PNS2A10 + PNS2A20) Professional Nursing Sciences 1C (PNS1C10 + PNS1C20) Professional Nursing Science 3A (PNS3A10 + PNS3A20) Professional Nursing Science 3B (PNS3B10 + PNS3B20) Post-basic Pharmacology (FAR FAR0003) and 2 Weekly classes on Tuesdays during the academic year 23

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