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1 CATALOG Graduate Information Brooks College of Health Nursing Course Descriptions NGR500C: Health Assessment and Diagnostics Prerequisites: Admission to the MSN Program or consent of instructor. Pre or Corequisites: NGR 5141 and NGR Focuses on development of proficiency in assessment and interview skills in obtaining health history and physical examination. Identification of abnormal findings for treatment/referral is emphasized. Use of basic laboratory and diagnostic data to diagnose common uncomplicated health problems and acute illness or injury is included. (A laboratory fee of $150 NGR5110: Theoretical Framework for Practice Prerequisite: Admission to the MSN program. Corequisite: NGR Critique, evaluate, and utilize a wide range of theories from nursing and other sciences. Emphasis is on the synthesis of theories to develop a conceptual framework for the delivery of advanced nursing care. NGR5141: Advanced Pathophysiology Prerequisite: Admission to MSN program or consent of instructor. Corequisite: NGR An advanced study of the normal physiologic and pathologic mechanisms of disease over the life span. Clinical application of pathophysiologic disorders will be emphasized. NGR5172: Pharmacotherapeutics Prerequisite: Admission to the MSN program or consent of instructor. Corequisite: NGR Review commonly prescribed drugs including pharmacokinetics, actions, uses, side effects, contraindications, dosage and routes. Special emphasis will be given to developmental considerations, preparing written prescriptions, safety, cost effectiveness, legal requirements and patient education. Students will be prepared to write protocols for prescriptive privileges following Nurse Practice Act guidelines. NGR5601C: Advanced Nursing Practice I Prerequisites: NGR 5001C, NGR 5141 and NGR Pre or Corequisite: NGR Introduction to advanced nursing practice of acute, self-limiting, common health problems of culturally diverse clients across the life span. Emphasis is on pathology, assessment, diagnoses, therapeutic modalities and evaluation related to management of selected acute health problems. (A laboratory fee of $15 assessed.)

2 NGR5770: Clinical Leadership I 2 Prerequisite: Admission to the MSN Clinical Nurse Leader program. This is the first of a series of seminars which examine the role of the clinical nurse leader. The course will include discussions of the various roles involved in interdisciplinary groups in healthcare and will focus on selected aspects of the clinical nurse leader role. Continuous quality improvement principles will be introduced and related to clinical outcomes management and cost-efficient care. Evidence-based practice will be emphasized within a framework that includes health promotion and disease reduction as well as illness and disease management. NGR5780C: Clinical Nurse Specialist I Prerequisite: NGR 5601C. The focus of this course is on the development of advanced nursing knowledge in a specialized area of practice. This course provides an opportunity for the learner to identify and explore acute and chronic health problems in an area of concentrated study: Adult Health; Child Health; Community Health; Geriatric Health; Mental Health; or Women's Health. The course will involve learners in the identification of the area of concentrated study and the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a personal learning plan for increasing knowledge and skills in this area. Learners will apply their advanced knowledge and skills in the clinical area. NGR5810: Research Methods for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice Prerequisite: Admission to the MSN program. Corequisite: NGR This course includes information related to research methodologies and evidence-based nursing practice. The focus is on application of scientific knowledge to advanced nursing practice. The emphasis is on skill development in critiquing, synthesizing and generating research evidence to address specific nursing practice questions or problems. NGR591: Special Topics in Nursing Post baccalaureate seminar on various topics. NGR5950: Culture and Health in Ireland Prerequisite: Graduate student with an interest in health care. A nine-day international travel program to Ireland for UNF students. Focus is on the Irish health care system, arts and culture. This international study course will provide UNF students and members of the health care community the opportunity to spend one week in Ireland visiting cultural sites, attending presentations related to health care delivery in Ireland, and observing selected health care settings. NGR6400: Chemistry and Physics of Anesthesiology Nursing I Prerequisite: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist Program. Detailed study of the biochemical and physical principles, which apply to physiology, pharmacology, and anesthesia equipment. Emphasis is placed on biochemistry and physics of gases and vapors. 2 NGR6401: Chemistry and Physics for Anesthesiology Nursing II Prerequisite: NGR6400 This course is a continuation of the focus on the biochemical and physical principles required for understanding the mechanisms, actions, equipment, and theories as they apply to anesthesia practice. 1

3 NGR6404: Advanced Bioscience for Anesthesiology Nursing I Prerequisite: NGR 5141 This is a course in human anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology to include the effects of anesthesia on the cell, the circulatory system, and the respiratory system. NGR6405: Advanced Bioscience for Anesthesiology Nursing II Prerequisites: NGR 6404 This is a course in human anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology to include the effects of endocrine, neurological, orthopedic, excretory, and digestive systems on anesthesia management. NGR6421: Principles of Anesthesiology Nursing I 2 Prerequisites: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist program This course is a broad field orientation to advanced nursing practice. Study of the areas of pre, intra, and postanesthesia planning, monitoring, and record keeping are included. NGR6422: Principles of Anesthesiology Nursing II Prerequisites: NGR 6421 The course will emphasize the anesthetic management of the pediatric, geriatric, and obstetrical patient. The course will review the specific anesthetic needs for each specialty. NGR642: Principles of Anesthesiology Nursing III 2 Prerequisites: NGR 6422 This course covers principles of cardiothoracic anesthesia, preoperative assessment, pre, intra, and postoperativve management, extracorporeal circulation, cardiac assist devices, and pharmacological intervention. NGR6424: Principles of Anesthesiology Nursing IV 2 Prerequisites: NGR 642 This course covers principles of emergency and trauma management, as well as anesthesia specialty procedures related to orthopedics and neurosurgery. NGR641L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum I 1 Prerequisites: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist program This experience is an introduction to the clinical art and science of anesthesiology nursing. It introduces the clinical component of the anesthesia management techniques. This includes supervised clinical practice. (A laboratory fee of $1500 NGR642L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum II Prerequisites: NGR 641L This course is the second in an increasingly more complex seven-course series that includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct

4 NGR64L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum III 6 Prerequisites: NGR 642L This course is the third in an increasingly more complex seven-course series that includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct NGR644L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum IV 8 Prerequisites: NGR 64L This course is the fourth in an increasingly more complex seven-course series that includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct NGR645L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum V 8 Prerequisites: NGR 644L This course is the fifth in an increasingly more complex sever-course series that includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct NGR646L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum VI 8 Prerequisites: NGR 645L This course is the sixth in an increasingly more complex seven-course series tht includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct NGR647L: Anesthesiology Nursing Practicum VII 8 Prerequisites: NGR 646L This is the final course in an increasingly more complex seven-course series that includes clinical anesthesia administration under the direct NGR6460: Pharmacology of Anesthesiology Nursing I 1 Prerequisite: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist Program. This course covers pharmacology of drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system as well as anesthetic agents. Administration and doses of the adjunctive drugs are included. NGR6461: Pharmacology of Anesthesiology Nursing II 2 Prerequisite: NGR 6460 This course will cover the uptake, distribution, and biotransformation of anesthetics, including the advanced study of therapy in anesthesia of specialty areas and treatment of complications. NGR6490: Regional Anesthesia 2 Prerequisites: NGR 6421 This course covers theoretical and clinical aspects of the administration and management of regional anesthesia. Anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology will be studied and applied to the administration of anesthetic blocks.

5 NGR6491: Advanced Anesthesiology Nursing Seminar Prerequisite: NGR 646L This is an advanced clinical review as presented by the graduate students regarding specific case presentations. The course will serve as a review for the national certification examination. NGR6492: Professional Aspects of Anesthesiology Nursing Prerequisites: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist Program This course explores: AANA organizational structure, including affiliated councils, codes of ethical conduct, and current issues in anesthesiology nursing. 1 NGR649: Technology in Anesthesiology Nursing 1 Prerequisites: Admission to the Nurse Anesthetist program Use and care of anesthesia equipment (mechanical and electronic) are discussed. Computers and their uses in anesthesiology are also included. NGR6602C: Advanced Nursing Practice II Prerequisite: NGR 5601C. Advanced nursing practice in primary health care with focus on knowledge and skills essential for comprehensive health assessment. Analysis of data, formation of diagnoses, development of therapeutic plans and implementation of preventative care, health promotion and maintenance activities for culturally diverse clients across the lifespan. (A laboratory fee of $15 assessed.) NGR660C: Advanced Nursing Practice III 6 Prerequisite: NGR 6602C. Advanced nursing practice of women's health including preand postnatal care as well as chronic health problems of culturally diverse male and female clients across the lifespan. Emphasis is on care of the pre- and postnatal client and pathology, assessment, diagnoses, therapeutic modalities and evaluation related to long term management of selected chronic health problems. (A laboratory fee of $15 assessed.) NGR667C: Clinical Nurse Specialist II Prerequisite: NGR 5052C. The focus of this course is on advanced nursing practice in the area of concentration with emphasis on knowledge and skills essential for the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational strategies focused on health promotion and disease prevention. The learner will be involved in health promotion an disease prevention activities for culturally diverse clients. NGR667: Principles of Epidemiology for Advanced Practice This course covers the potential influence of advanced practice nurses upon factors affecting the health and illness of populations, and serves as the foundation and logic of evidenced based interventions made in the interest of health and safety. Topics include causal inference, measures of effect and association, and types of studies used to examine health concerns.

6 NGR6711C: Clinical Nurse Specialist III Prerequisite: NGR 667C. The focus of this course is on implementation of nursing curricula in class and clinical settings. Strategies for effective course planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of teaching-learning process in nursing education settings will be explored. The learner will be involved in teaching in nursing classroom and clinical settings. NGR6726: Quality Management for Advanced Nursing Practice Prerequisites: Admission to DNP Program or Permission of Instructor The process of quality management in health care as it pertains to chief nurse administrators is analyzed in this course. The focus is continuous quality improvement with emphasis on implementation and evaluation. Differences between quality assurance and quality management will be discussed. Accreditation guidelines will be examined in relation to their impact on health care systems. Evidence-based practices will be reviewed as means for continuous quality management experience. NGR6740: Advanced Nursing Practice Role Prerequisites: NGR 5601C, NGR 660 C or effective Fall 2005 NGR 6711C. Theoretical basis of the current status of primary care nurse practitioner. Examination of legal, ethical, cultural, social, political and economic problems related to practice. Creative marketing strategies, practice protocols, and job descriptions identified. NGR6772: Clinical Leadership II 2 Prerequisite: NGR This is the second of a series of seminars which examine the role of the clinical nurse leader. Discussion of health care systems, health policy, nursing technology, resource management, ethics and global health care will assist the student to understand how health care delivery systems are organized and financed and their effect on patient care outcomes. Through a combination of discussion and observation, participants in this course will have the opportunity to compare and contrast additional aspects of the role of the clinical nurse leader. NGR6892: Public Policy Implications for Advanced Practice This course deals with the shifting paradigms of health care policy. The origins of policy created through legislative and administrative action will be considered. Strategies for policy creation, implementation, evaluation and change will be examined from the viewpoint of advanced practice nursing. NGR6894: Global Health Care and Culture In this course concepts associated with cultural diversity related to matters of health and illness and will be considered. Examples of variations both within and outside of the western viewpoint will be examined. This will be accomplished through conducting cultural assessments and demonstrating how the results of these assessments can be applied, in evidence based manner, to advanced practice. NGR6940C: Clinical Nurse Specialist Education 4 Practicum Prerequisite: effective Fall 2005 NGR 6711C. Corequisites: NGR The focus of this course is the integration of assessment, concentrated clinical knowledge and learning theory in a nursing education environment. The capstone for the course will be the implementation and evaluation of the strategies acquired for practice as a nurse educator.

7 NGR6941C: Primary Care Practicum 4 Prerequisites: NGR 5601C and NGR 6602C. Prerequisite or corequisite: NGR 660C and NGR Under faculty advisement, an independent clinical practicum in primary care is developed to meet individual learning goals. Preparation of learning goals for a selected clinical practice setting with emphasis on case management of a specific client population. Application of knowledge and skills acquired in Advanced Nursing Practice I, II, III in preparation for entrance into practice. NGR6942C: Clinical Leadership Residency 9 Pre-req: NGR6772. Under faculty advisement, an independent clinical residency in a selected clinical area is developed to meet individual learning goals. This residency will build on all previously learned topics. Preparation of learning objectives for selected clinical practice setting with emphasis on the CNL role and specific client populations. Application and knowledge of skills acquired in a CL I and CL II is required in preparation for entrance into practice. Residents will be assessing/evaluating actual outcomes and making recommendations for change. This course will be graded as pass/fail. NGR6970: Nursing Project v. 1- Prerequisites: NGR 5001C, NGR 5110, NGR 5141, NGR 5192, NGR Pre/corequisite: NGR 5601C. Under the direction of faculty, the student will carry out a detailed study of a topic in the field of advanced nursing practice. The student will develop, implement, and/or participate in a designated project. May be repeated for credit. This is a pass/fail course. NGR6971: Nursing Thesis v. 1-6 Prerequisites: NGR 5001C, NGR 5110, NGR 5141, NGR 5192, NGR Pre/corequisite: NGR 5601C. Under the direction of faculty, the student will design and implement a clinical nursing research study. May be repeated for credit. This is a pass/fail course. NGR7154: Advanced Bioscience Prerequisite: Admission to DNP program or permission of instructor This course synthesizes concepts of anatomy, pathophysiology, genetics and therapeutics to present a more complete understanding of disease processes. Emphasis is on disorders of the cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular, respiratory and digestive systems and their application to clinical practice. NGR7179: Advanced Pharmacological Management Prerequisites: Admission to DNP Program or Permission of Instructor The focus of this course is on the clinical application of advanced pharmacology and pharmacotherapeutics across the lifespan. Emphasis is on identification and evaluation of the latest evidence as a basis for pharmacologic management of health and illness in a safe, high quality, cost-effective manner. The principles of altered pharmacodynamics relative to age, race, and ethnic groups are analyzed. NGR7767: Practice Management in Advanced Nursing and Healthcare Prerequisites: Admission to DNP Program or Permission of Instructor The focus of this course is on analysis of factors affecting the development and sustainability of practice settings. Emphasis is on evaluation of variety of business practice models while examining reimbursement, privileging, contracting and human resource management.

8 NGR7768: Role Development in Advanced Practice Nursing Prerequisites: Admission to the DNP Program or Permission of the Instructor In this seminar course issues associated with advanced practice nursing as they develop and implement evidence-based practice are analyzed. The roles as a practitioner, administrator and/or educator are further explored. Emphasis is on developing effective communication and collaborative skills for the development and implementation of interprofessional\ teams, practice models, peer review, practice guidelines, health policy, standards of care, and/or scholarly endeavors. NGR784: Statistical Interpretation for Advanced Practice Prerequisite:Previous statistics and graduate research courses This course covers the use and interpretation of statistical methods commonly used in health care studies. The advantages and disadvantages of specific techniques will be considered along with various examples of computer based statistical packages. Particular attention is paid to inferential methods used to evaluate the strength of evidence claimed to support particular interventions. NGR7850: Evidence Based Practice I Prerequisites: NGR 7797, NGR 7871, NGR 667 or HSC 6505, NGR 784 or HSC 6512, NGR 6892 or HSA 6905 Corequisites: HSC 6505 and HSC 6512 In this course students use analytic methods to critically appraise existing literature and other evidence to determine and implement the best evidence for practice. The student will begin to apply relevant finding to develop and analyze clinical practice guidelines and improve practice and the practice environment. Critical appraisal techniques will be used to review meta-analysis, qualitative metasynthesis, and qualitative secondary analysis to prepare evidence tables. The main outcome of the course is the application of clinical and scientific knowledge to solve a practice problem. NGR7851: Evidence Based Practice II Prerequisites: Admission to DNP Program or Permission Instructor, NGR 7850 This course is a continuation of EBP I in which students develop and test methods to measure outcomes and develop benchmarks. The main outcome of the course is the design of primary research to address factors within the health care system and/or the individual that are associated with evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and quality improvement processes. NGR7871: Healthcare Informatics for Advanced Practice Prerequisites: Admission to DNP Program or Permission of Instructor This course provides students with an overview of informatics and the theoretical foundation for information management within the health care setting. The impact of automated data management through advances in information technology, health care information systems, and tele-health are explored. During the course students explore informatics theory and practices as a foundation for the development of databases for evidence based practices. Related ethical, regulatory, and legal issues are explored. NGR7946: Residency in Advanced Nursing Practice v. -9 Prerequisites: Admission to DNP program or permission of instructor This is a clinically based practicum course. Doctoral students will, with advisor approval, construct a learning contract that will detail the acquisition of a new or higher level of clinical skill for which they were not fully prepared at the master?s level. Skills acquisition will be conducted under the direction of a qualified expert preceptor.

9 NGR7974: Doctoral Project v. 1-6 Prerequisite: Admission to the DNP program or permission of the instructor. In this course the doctoral student will identify, with advisor approval, a problem or question that requires a change in health care or educational services, clinical practices and/or policies that might be addressed in a particular leadership role. This problem should have relevance to current and emerging health care or educational issues. The result of the project will be a scholarly work, written at a doctoral level of complexity, dealing with the results of the evidence based analysis of the service, practice or policy examined. The analysis will be framed against national benchmarks to determine variances in practice outcomes and population trends. Focus is on dissemination of evaluative outcomes and implications for clinical practice to improve practice or patient outcomes. Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL 2224 Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

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