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1 j وحذة ض ب انجىدة University, Nursing Program Specification, Faculty of Nursing, Helwan Nursing Program Specification تىصيف انبش بيج انذساس نكهيت انت شيض جبيعت حهىا

2 ىرج سلى ( 01 ) تىصيف بش بيج دساس B.Sc. In Nursing Program Specifications Helwan university جبيعت: حهىا Faculty of nursing كهيت: انت شيض أ- يعهىيبث أسبسيت: 0- اسى انبش بيج: بكبنىسيىس ف عهىو انت شيض. 0- طبيعت انبش بيج: أحبدي 1- انمسى ان سئىل ع انبش بيج: أقساو انكهيح. 2- ي سك انبش بيج: د. جيها يح ذ أح ذ يصطف. 2- تبسيخ إلشاس انبش بيج: ت جهس انكهيح رقى 13 تراريخ / 1 11/ A-Basic Information 1- Program Title: B.Sc. Nursing 2- Program Type: Single 3- Department (s): - Adult Health Nursing. - Child Health Nursing - Maternal and Newborn Health Nursing. - Community Health Nursing. - Mental Health Nursing. - Nursing Administration. 4- Coordinators: Ass. Prof. Dr. Gehan M. A. Mostafa 5- External Evaluator(s): Prof. Dr. Shadia Abd- Elkader, Faculty of Nursing, Cairo University. 6- Last date of program specifications approval: 17/ 1 /2010 1

3 B- Professional Information 1- Programme Aim: 2 ة- يعهىيبث يتخصصت: 0- األهذاف انعبيت نهبش بيج: The aim of the program is to provide nursing students with the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to nursing care of individuals, families, and communities in health and illness at preventive, curative and rehabilitative level. Baccalaureate Nursing program (B.Sc.) is focusing on: 1- Acquisition of knowledge, skills, and attitude relevant for nursing profession in the field of nursing education, practice and research. 2- Prepare a professional nurse who possesses the knowledge, skills & attitudes to practice professional nursing in a variety of current health care delivery system. 3- Acquire other personality traits such as; critical thinking, commitment and interdisciplinary work. 4- Collaborate with national and international nursing agencies to formulate standards, policies and regulations to improve nursing image. 2- Intended Learning Outcomes of the Program: A. 1/2 Knowledge and Understanding: 0- ان خشجبث انتعهي يت ان ستهذفت ي انبش بيج: 0/0 ان عشفت وانفهى: A.1. Delineates the basics of professional nursing issues e.g. advocacy, accountability, informed consent, autonomy, partnerships and collaborative working within the different clinical setting. A.2. State nursing strategies for different patient needs. A.3. Describe the importance of evidence based practice in nursing. A.4. Recognize the required level of knowledge of different medical courses such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry& nutrition, microbiology (bacteriology & parasitology) pathology, applied pharmacology, forensic medicine & toxicology, epidemiology, public health management, psychological disease, pediatric diseases, gynecology & obstetric disease, general medicine, special medicine general surgery, special surgery. A.5. Identify elements of the life, human sciences to patient/client assessment, A.5. Investigate clinical intervention of nursing care practice. A.6. Identify physiological changes of stages the lifespan. A.7. Recognizes the contribution of the social sciences to an understanding of health variables: e.g. psychology, sociology and psychic growth science A.8. Distinguish between knowledge of how socio-economic and lifestyle variables may affect health and health outcomes. A.9. Discuss concepts of epidemiology, informs healthcare interventions and public health strategies.

4 A.10. Recognize the ethical and legal responsibilities of professional nurses. A.11. Identify human rights legislation and implications practice for professional nursing. A.12. State the principles and elements of effective and therapeutic communication and interpersonal skills applied to patient and client care. A.13. Appraise the range of tools, instruments and procedures used in the gathering of information and the auditing of care. A.14. Recognize the range of psychological and social caring skills required of patient, clients or groups. A.15. Demonstrate the range of clinical and practical skills, including the safe moving and handling of patients, basic life support, and those skills necessary to intervene in emergency and challenging situations. A.16. Summarize the principles of management and clinical governance within healthcare organizations. A.17. Evaluates healthcare research, literature databases to augment quality of care and professional learning. A.18. Select drug calculations and administration of drugs by appropriate routes. A.19. Record data appropriate to the healthcare setting. A.20. Report changes in patient information/data appropriately. B. 2/2 Intellectual Skills: 0/0 انمذساث انزه يت : By the end of the program, the graduate will have acquired the skills needed to: B.1 - Pursue communication and interpersonal skills when working with others. B. Prioritize support to patients, clients and careers in changing and stressful situations. B.3 - Assess the potential health promotion with patients, clients and careers B.4 - Appraise accurate records of the assessment processes. B.5 - Evidence safe clinical practice. B.6 - Recognize potential risk and intervene to prevent, where possible, complications occurring. B.7 - Identify challenging situations to provide quality nursing practice. B.8 Adjust the needed information technology applied to the patient, client or client group. B.9 - Respond to significant changes in health, medical, psychological or social status in patients and clients under care. B.10 - Delegate care to professional and support staff when needed. 3

5 2-3 Skills C.2/3/1 Professional and Practical Skills 1/0 ان هبساث: 0/1/0 يهبساث يه يت وع هيت: By the end of the program, the graduate will have acquired the skills needed to: C.1 Promote patients and clients as unique, whole individuals with specific needs, desires and abilities. C. Demonstrate commitment to practicing in a sensitive and non-discriminatory manner that promotes the primacy, dignity, welfare and human rights of patients, clients and care giver. C.3 Apply patient confidentiality and adheres to the Data Protection Act and access to medical records. C.4 Illustrate accountability for nursing care delivered, and recognizes abilities and limitations. C.5 - Evaluate sound clinical judgment across a range of situations. C.6 - Analyze the knowledge and skills to a variety of healthcare settings and unexpected situations. C.7 - Demonstrate a commitment to continuing professional development. C.8 Formulate the reflective thinking that contributes to advancing practice. 0/1/0 يهبساث عبيت : D.2/3/2 General and Transferable Skills By the end of the program, the graduate will have acquired the skills needed to: D.1. Illustrate leadership skills based on established theories, principles and relevant information D.2. Assume managerial roles in different health care settings. D.3. Works effectively with a team. D.4. Communicates with patient / client with a respect for different values, cultures, intellectual levels and emotional state. D.5. Apply basic of informational technologies in nursing field. D.6. Analyze problems in work situations and solving its. D.7. Protects patient/ client rights to autonomy, respect, privacy, dignity and access to information. 3- Program Academic Standards 1- ان عبييش األكبدي يت نهبش بيج: The program adopted the Egyptian National Academic Reference Standards, adapted from National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (NAQAAE, NARS) at 21/3/

6 1. Attributes of the Graduates of Nursing: The graduate of the baccalaureate program in nursing is able to: 1.1. Be a critical thinker Be a culturally oriented person Be a professional role model Be a competent health care provider Be a responsible leader /manager 1.6. Be an effective health educator /communicator 1.7. Practice within the ethical and legal framework of the profession Assumes responsibility for lifelong learning Apply knowledge learned in the basic, medical, and humanistic and research courses as well as nursing courses in making decisions for nursing practice Utilize the nursing process (assessment, needs identification, planning, implementation and evaluation) as a framework for providing competent nursing care to patient/ client (individual, families and or communities) in different health care settings Utilize leadership / management principles to manage work setting and empower other nurses to promote quality patient/ client care Establish professional therapeutic interactions with patient/ client and takes on an advocacy role during their interactions with the health care system Contribute to the research process through identifying the research problems, participation in research process and application of research findings. 2. Knowledge and Understanding: 2.1. Delineates the basics of normal and abnormal human behaviors and interactions States normal and abnormal structure and function of human body Describes etiology, clinical picture, diagnoses and complications of common and life threatening problems affecting patients with different age groups Recognizes principles of nursing management of common and life threatening problems in different age group Identifies determinants of health and principles of different levels of prevention for different age groups and settings Recognizes principles and concepts of leadership/ management, education human interactions and research. 5

7 3. Practical and Clinical Skills: 3.1. Uses a range of assessment techniques appropriate to the situation to identify relevant determinants of health; physical, psychosocial and cultural needs /problems Implements standardized protocols and guidelines when providing nursing care Provides safe client / patient nursing care Conducts appropriate nursing activities skillfully and in accordance with best evidencebased practices Makes referrals to appropriate community resources Uses informal and formal methods of teaching appropriate to the patient /client learning abilities. 3.7 Documents professional judgment, decisions taken and actions implemented Measures critically the outcomes of nursing activities Applies principles and concepts of leadership /management in different health care settings. 4. Intellectual Skills: 4.1. Synthesizes assessment data to formulate nursing diagnoses Formulates specific nursing care plan to meet needs/ problems taking into account time frame, workload and available resources within the context of holistic care Uses reasoning skills in prioritizing actions Synthesizes knowledge derived from the basic, medical, nursing, humanities courses for the development of decision making in practice Assists patient/ client to make informed health care decisions Synthesizes clinical evidence in order to solve problems related to the management of patient care and the organization Uses teaching / learning principles in implementing educational activities to patient/ client and subordinates. 5. General and Transferable Skills: 5.1. Works effectively with a team Manages effectively time, resources and sets priorities Applies communication skills in inter professional, social and therapeutic context Participates in ongoing educational activities related to professional issues Uses information technology Uses problem solving skills. 6

8 .1. Protects and promotes patient/ client rights to autonomy, respect, privacy, dignity and access to information Acts as a role model and mentor for less experienced nursing care providers and nursing students Communicates with patient / client with a respect for different values, cultures, intellectual levels and emotional state. 6. Attitude: 6.1. Protects and promotes patient/ client rights to autonomy, respect, privacy, dignity and access to information Acts as a role model and mentor for less experienced nursing care providers and nursing students Communicates with patient / client with a respect for different values, cultures, intellectual levels and emotional state. 4- Program External Benchmarks 4. a- External References for standards (Benchmarks): not determine 4. b- Comparison of Provision to External References: 2- انعاليبث ان شجعيت: The program objectives were developed to achieve the basic competencies of baccalaureate education as articulated on the Academic reference standards developed by NAQAAE, Nursing Education Sector in April The BSc nurse demonstrates competencies in the provision of nursing care as specified by the license to practice, educational preparation, relevant legislation, standards and codes, and context of care. 3- هيكم ويكى بث انبش بيج: أ- يذج انثر ايج : 8 فصىل دراسيه ذعقة انفرقح انراتعح س ح ذذريثيح إجثاريح ( 12 شهر ) تان سرشفياخ وان ؤسساخ انصحيح ذحد إشراف كهيح انر ريض ورنك ك طهة يسثق نهس اح نهخريجاخ ت ساونح ان ه ح. w/216 اج بن اختيبسي % 14.8 % 29.6 % % 2 % 18.5 ب- هيكم انثر ايج :... ع ه +ت بسي 112 ظشي 104 عذد انسبعبث : عذد انىحذاث -- ا تمبئ --- انزاي عذد يقرراخ انعهىو األساسيح: 16 عذد يقرراخ انعهىو االجر اعيح واإل سا يح: 11 عذد يقرراخ عهىو انرخصص: 1 عذد يقرراخ ي عهىو أخري ( حاسة آن (: 10 عذد ان شروع وانرذرية ان يذا : ج- يستىيبث انبش بيج ( ف ظبو انسبعبث ان عت ذة (: ال يىجذ ظبو انسبعبث ان عت ذة ان سرىي األول / انس ح األون : يهسو اجرياز... وحذج )يىزعح كانران ( : انساي... ا رقان... اخرياري ان سرىي األول / انس ح انثا يح : يهسو اجرياز... وحذج ( يىزعح كانران ) : انساي... ا رقان... اخرياري 1

9 Second Term Second Year First Term Second Term First Year First Term وحذة ض ب انجىدة University, Nursing Program Specification, Faculty of Nursing, Helwan 4- Curriculum Structure and contents د- يمشساث انبش بيج: Course Code Course Title Total no/w Lec. Weekly Hours Lab. Level Term NUR 111 Fundamentals of Nursing MED 112 Anatomy I MED 113 Physiology I 2 MED 114 Microbiology GEN 115 Human Rights 2 GEN 116 English Language 2 GEN 117 ICDL MED 121 Anatomy II MED 122 Physiology II 2 MED 123 Nutrition and biochemistry 2 MED 124 Parasitology 2 - MED 125 Epidemiology and Infection control 2 - NUR 126 Introduction of the nursing health care profession 2 - GEN 127 Health Education 2 GEN 128 ICDL GEN 129 Communication, Human relations & Ethics. 2 Course Code Course Title Total no/w Weekly Hours Lec. Lab. Level Term NUR 211 Adult Health Nursing I MED 212 General Medicine and Specialties 2 MED 213 Pathology 2 MED 214 Pharmacology 2 MED 215 Applied and Therapeutic Nutrition 2 GEN 216 Bio-statistic 2 GEN 217 Introduction to psychology 2 NUR 221 Adult Health Nursing II MED 222 General Surgical and Specialties 2 GEN 223 Anthropology 2 GEN 224 Nursing Informatics GEN 225 English Language 2 - GEN 226 Research Methodology 2 - MED 227 Med Forensic Medicine and Toxicology 2 8

10 Second Term Fourth Year First Term Second Term Third Year First Term Nursing Program Specification, Faculty of Nursing, Helwan University, Tota Weekly Course l Hours Course Title Code no/ Lec. Lab. w NUR 311 Pediatric Health Nursing MED 312 Pediatric Medicine 2 MED 313 Pediatric Surgery 2 GEN 314 Pediatric Psychology 2 GEN 315 English Language 2 NUR 321 Maternal and Newborn Health Nursing MED 322 Gynecological Medicine 2 GEN 323 Women Psychology 2 GEN 324 Methods of teaching 2 وحذة ض ب انجىدة Level Term Course Code Course Title Total no/w Weekly Hours Lec. Lab. Level Term NUR 411 Nursing Administration I 2 NUR 412 Mental Health Nursing MED 413 Psychiatric Medicine and Mental Health 2 GEN 414 Sociology 2 GEN 415 Public health administration 2 GEN 416 English Language 2 NUR 421 Nursing Administration II NUR 422 Community Health Nursing MED 423 Community and Family Medicine 2 MED 424 Professional / Occupational Medicine 2 GEN 425 Developing of Training Programs 2-9

11 Program matrix:- FIRST YEAR Course Code Course Title Lec. Weekly Hours Lab. Program ILOs Covered (By No) NUR 111 MED 112 MED 113 MED 114 GEN 115 GEN 116 GEN 117 MED 121 MED 122 MED 123 MED 124 Fundamentals of Nursing Anatomy I Physiology I Microbiology Human Rights English Language ICDL Anatomy II Physiology II Nutrition and biochemistry Parasitology A2, A5, A6, A10, A16. A18. B3, B4, B5, B6, B9. C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C8. D3, D4, D5, D6, D7. A4. B1, B3. C1, C7. D1, D6. A4, A6. B2, B8. C6, C8. D3, D5. A4, A9. B3, B6. C1, C2, C3. D6. A5, A11, A12. B1, B10. C2. D4, D7. A13. B1, B5. C4, C8. D4, D5. A3.A17, A18. B1, B8. C3, C6. D4, D5. A4. B1, B3. C1, C7. D4, D7. A4, A6. B2, B8. C6, C8. D4, D7. A5, A7. B4, B9. C4, C5. D4, D6. A4, A7, A10. B3, B4. 10

12 MED 125 Epidemiology and Infection control NUR 126 Introduction of the nursing health care profession GEN 127 GEN 128 GEN 129 Health Education ICDL Communication, Human relations & Ethics C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D4, D6. A4, A7, A10. B3, B4, B5. C6, C7. D4, D6. A3, A6, A11, A13, A14, A17. B1, B4, B5, B7. C1, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8. D3, D4, D5. D6. A2, A13, A14, A20. B1, B5. C1, C2, C3, C4, C6. D4, D5, D6.D7. A3.A17, A18. B1, B8. C3, C8. D3, D4. A1, A5, A11, A12, A13, A15. B4, B10. C2, C5, C6, C7. D2, D3.D4, D6. SECOND YEAR Course Code Course Title Weekly Hours Lec. Lab. Program ILOs Covered (By No) NUR 211 MED 212 MED 213 MED 214 MED 215 Adult Health Nursing I General Medicine and Specialties Pathology Pharmacology Applied and Therapeutic Nutrition 3 15 A2, A3, A5, A6, A13, A14, A16. B1, B2, B5, B7. C1, C2, C3, C4, C7. D3, D4. D7. A2, A16. B4, B5. C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D3,.D4, D5. A4, A9. B3, B5. C1, C6, C8. D5, D6. A4, A19. B3, B6. C4, C6, C7. D5, D6. A2, A5, A13. B3, B5. C1, C3, C5. D3, D4. 11

13 GEN 216 GEN 217 NUR 221 MED 222 GEN 223 GEN 224 GEN 225 GEN 226 MED 227 Bio-statistic Introduction to psychology Adult Health Nursing II General Surgical and Specialties Anthropology Nursing Informatics English Language Research Methodology Med Forensic Medicine and Toxicology A18, A19, A20, A21. B8, B9. C6, C8. D5, D6. A7, A8, A13, A14, A15. B6, B9. C1, C5, C8. D3, D7. A2, A3, A5, A6, A13, A14, A16. B2, B5, B6. C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D3, D4. D5, D6. A4, A16. B3, B4. C1, C2, C3, C4, C8. D3, D6. A5, A9, A15, B1, B2. C5, C6, C8. D5, D6. A1, A3, A17, A18, A21. B1, B2, B7, B8. C2, C5, C6, C7, C8. D3, D4. D5, D6. A13, A14. B1, B5. C2, C6, C8. D3, D4. A2, A3, A11, A17, A18. B5, B9. C5, C6, C8. D3, D4, D5, D6. A4, A11. B6. C3, C8. D6, D7. 12

14 THIRD YEAR Course Code Course Title Lec. Weekly Hours Lab. Program ILOs Covered (By No) NUR 311 MED 312 MED 313 GEN 314 GEN 315 NUR 321 MED 322 GEN 323 GEN 324 Pediatric Health Nursing Pediatric Medicine Pediatric Surgery Pediatric Psychology English Language Maternal and Newborn Health Nursing Gynecological Medicine Women Psychology Methods of teaching A3, A6, A16. B1, B2, B3, B5. C1, C2, C3, C5, C6. D3, D4, D5, D6. A4, A15. A16. B2, B5, B6. C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D3, D4, D6. A4, A15. A16. B2, B4, B6. C2, C5, C6. D3, D4, D6. A7, A8, A15. B5, B9. C6, C8. D3, D4, D6. A13, A14. B1, B3, B5. C3, C5. D3, D4. A3, A6, A16. B1, B2, B3, B5, B6. C1, C2, C3, C4, C7. D3, D4, D5, D6. A4, A15. B2, B5, B6. C1, C3, C6. D3, D4, D6. A7, A8, A14, A15. B3, B9. C1, C2, C7. D3, D4, D6. A3, A17, A20, A21. B2, B5. C4, C5, C6, C8. D3, D4, D6. 13

15 FOURTH YEAR Course Code Course Title Weekly Hours Lec. Lab. Program ILOs Covered (By No) NUR 411 NUR 412 MED 413 GEN 414 GEN 415 GEN 416 NUR 421 NUR 422 MED 423 MED 424 GEN 425 Nursing Administration I Mental Health Nursing Psychiatric Medicine and Mental Health Sociology Public health administration English Language Nursing Administration II Community Health Nursing Community and Family Medicine Professional / Occupational Medicine Developing of Training Programs A1, A2, A3, A13, A14, A17. B1, B2, B4, B5, B7, B10. C1, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8. D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7. A4, A7, A8, A14. B1, B2, B3, B6, B9. C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D3, D4, D5, D6, D7. A4, A7, A8. B1, B2, B3, B6, B9. C1, C2, C5, C6, C8. D3, D4, D5, D6. A5, A8, A9, A10, A16. B2, B9. C2, C6, C7. D3, D4. A1, A3, A9, A10, A14, A17. B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B9. C1, C2, C3, C5, C6, C7, C8. D1, D2, D3, D4, D6. A13, A14. B1, B4, B5. C5, C6, C8. D3, D4. A1, A2, A3, A6, A13, A14, A17. B1, B2, B3, B4, B8, B10. C1, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8. D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7. A2, A6, A9, A10, A14. B1, B2, B3, B5, B6. C1, C2, C3, C5, C6. D3, D4, D5, D6, D7. A3, A4, A9, A10. B1, B2, B3, B6. C1, C3, C4, C6, C8. D3, D4, D7. A2, A4, A10. B6, B7, B8, B9. C1, C3. D3, D4, D5, D7. A1, A2, A13, A17. B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B8. C5, C6, C8. D1, D2, D3, D4, D5. 3- يحتىيبث ان مشساث: 14

16 5- Course Specifications Please review attached course specifications 4- يتطهببث االنتحبق ببنبش بيج : 6- Program Admission Requirements The student should obtain 1-General Secondary Certificate of the science section, or an equivalent certificate.- 2- The first language of him must be English 3- Faculty should accept student with clinical health institute (nurse specialty) انمىاعذ ان ظ ت الستك بل انبش بيج: 7- Regulations for Student Progression and Program Completion The duration of study for Bachelor's Degree of nursing is four two semester academic years followed by one mandatory internship year in the university hospital and under the supervision of the faculty. The student should attend the study as full- timer during the four study years, as well as during the internship year. Nursing Administration Department in collaboration with other Departments at the faculty proposes and super vises the clinical training plan for the internship year. During the internship year the trainee will receive their training in the following basic clinical specialties. 8- طشق ولىاعذ تمييى ان هتحمي ببنبش بيج: 8- Student Assessment Methodologies Overall, the assessments demonstrated the students' knowledge and understanding of relevant material and, where applicable, showed the link between theory and practice. The achievements match both the intended learning outcomes and the level of award. This is confirmed by discussions with employers and clinical staff. Nurses met during clinical practice visits stated that students were fit for practice upon the successful completion of their program. A wide range of assessment methods are used to reflect the variety of learning and teaching practices and the level and type of knowledge and professional skills being developed in the program. The timing and scope of assessment activity is designed to promote and judge the student attainment

17 9- طشق تمىيى انبش بيج : 9- Evaluation Methodologies of Program ILO s Evaluator Tool Sample 1- Senior students Questionnaire Stakeholders ( Employers) Questionnaire2 75% 4-External Evaluator Feedback & Comments 100% Program coordinator: Ass.Prof. Dr. Gehan M. A. Mostafa انتىليع : ع يذ انكهيت ان سئىل ع انبش بيج: انتبسيخ: Dean of Faculty: Mamdouh M. Mahdy Dean of Faculty signature Date: 16

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