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1 BRAZOSPORT COLLEGE Division of Health Professions Licensed Vocational Nursing Syllabus VNSG 1234 Pediatrics (Web Version) Spring 2011 Instructor Information Instructor: Patricia Dusek, RN, BSN Office: K 207 Office Phone Number: (979) Other: Address: Office Hours: 7:00 am 5:00pm Faculty Web Page Course Information 1. Course Name: Pediatric Nursing 2. Course Number: VNSG 1234 Pediatric Nursing. CIP (2 lecture, 0 lab, 2 credit) 3. Classroom: K Class Day(s) & Time: Tuesday & Thursday Course Description Study of childhood diseases and childcare from infancy through adolescence. Focus on the care of the well and the ill child utilizing the nursing process. Nutritional needs of the child are incorporated into curriculum. Core Content VNSG 1234, pediatric nursing, is a basic course in the care and treatment of the pediatric client from the neonatal period through adolescence. Program Outcomes Course specific competencies and learning outcomes flow from Program Outcomes. Program outcomes are the Differentiated Entry-Level Competencies (DELC), defined and published by the Texas Board of Nursing. (DELC) are defined in four categories; 1) provider of Patient Centered care, 2) Patient Safety Advocate, 3) Member of the Health Care Team, and 3) member of profession. Integral to program and course outcomes are the QSEN Competencies. The QSEN competencies are integrated with DELC competencies throughout the nursing curriculum; progressing from simple to complex. Minimum safe entry-level nursing practice is assessed by the NCLEX-PN licensure exam. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN maintains and revises the NCLEX-PN licensure exam. The NCLEX-PN is revised every three years. Exam revisions are based on comprehensive research of new graduate nurse activities. The NCLEX-PN test blueprint contains weighted assessment categories based on graduate nurse activities. Nurse activities describe expectations, duties, and responsibilities. 1

2 DIFFERENTIATED ENTRY LEVEL COMPETENCIES of GRADUATES OF TEXAS NURSING EDUCATION PROGRAMS LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSING 2010* *( A few of the objectives that cannot be evaluated or measured until the graduate has been in practice for a period of time will be noted with an asterisk and are color coded in the electronic document. These will be noted as "expectations for demonstration after licensure and entry into practice.) A. Provider of Patient-Centered Care: 1. Provide basic nursing care to assigned patients with predictable health care needs through a supervised directed scope of practice. 2. Assist in determining the health status and health needs of patients based on interpretation of health-related data. 3. Assist in the formulation of goals/outcomes and patient-centered plans of care in collaboration with patients, their families and the multidisciplinary health care team. 4. Implement aspects of the plan of care within legal, ethical and regulatory parameters and in consideration of client factors. 5. Implement teaching plans for patients and their families with common health problems and well-defined health learning needs. 6. Identify and report alterations in patient outcomes and responses to therapeutic interventions. 7. Use the nursing process as the basis for clinical decision-making. 8. Assist in the coordination of human and material resources for the provision of care for assigned patients. B. Patient Safety Advocate: 1. Demonstrate knowledge about the Texas Nursing Practice Act and Board Rules. 2. Implement measures to promote a safe environment for patients and others. 3. Obtain instruction, supervision or training as needed when implementing nursing procedures or practices. 4. Know, recognize and maintain professional boundaries of the nurse-patient relationship. 5. Comply with mandatory reporting requirements of the Texas Nursing Practice Act. 6. Understand the concept of scope of practice and function within a directed scope of practice. 7. Accept and/or make assignments that take into consideration patient safety and that are commensurate with educational preparation and employing health care institutional policy. 2

3 C. Member of the Health Care Team: 1. Collaborate with patients, families and the multidisciplinary health care team to provide direct care to assigned patients. 2. Participate in the identification of patient needs for referral to resources that facilitate continuity of care. 3. Function within the nurse s legal scope of practice and in accordance with the policies and procedures of the employing health care institution. 4. Communicate pertinent information to members of the health care team in a timely manner to promote and maintain patient well-being. 5. Assign nursing care to other members of the health care team as needed. 6. Supervise nursing care provided by others for whom the nurse is responsible (U) D. Member of a Profession: 1. Assume responsibility and accountability for the quality of nursing care provided to patients. 2. Participate as an advocate in activities that focus on improving the health care of patients. 3. Demonstrate behaviors that promote the development and practice of vocational nursing. 4. Demonstrate responsibility for one s own continued competence in nursing practice and professional growth. TCCPLO 1.Critical thinking skills (to include creative thinking, inquiry, analysis, and synthesis of information) 3.Quantitative literacy (to include application of mathematical and statistical concepts and skills to address real world situations) 2.Communication skills (to include effective written and oral communication) 4.Teamwork (to include the ability to collaborate effectively, consider different points of view, and work with others to support a shared purpose or goal) Civic knowledge and engagement (to include both local and global intercultural knowledge and competence) 6.Ethical reasoning and action (to include the ability to connect choices an actions to ethical decisions) DELC & QSEN COMPETENCIES DELC) PROVIDER OF PATIENT CENTERED CARE (QSEN) PATIENT CENTERED CARE EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE & INFOMATICS (DELC) PATIENT SAFETY ADVOCATE (QSEN) QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PATIENT SAFETY & INFOMATICS (DELC) MEMBER OF HEALTH CARE TEAM (QSEN) TEAMWORK and COLLABORATION EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE (DELC) MEMBER OF PROFESSION (QSEN) TEAMWORK and COLLABORATION 3

4 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES LVN 2010 LVN GRADUATES ACHIEVE LEARNING OUTCOMES THROUGH OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT MEASURES DEMONSTRATING UNDERSTANDING OF AND ABILITY TO: 1. (DELC) PROVIDER OF PATIENT CENTERED CARE (QSEN) PATIENT CENTERED CARE EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE INFOMATICS (DELC) PATIENT SAFETY ADVOCATE (QSEN) QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PATIENT SAFETY INFORMATICS (DELC) MEMBER OF HEALTH CARE TEAM (QSEN) TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE (DELC) MEMBER OF PROFESSION TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS Lecture Demonstration Simulation Large and small group work and discussion Guest presentation Internet Content specific learning modules ATI Skill Modules ATI Assignments and Activities Documentaries, films ASSESSMENT METHODS Return demonstration of skills Clinical objective assessment rubrics Pre and post assessments Quizzes Normed Assessments (ATI) Written Papers COURSE REQUIREMENTS, EVALUATION METHODS, AND GRADING CRITERIA COURSE REQUIREMENTS Academic Honesty Students are expected to demonstrate personal and professional integrity at all times. See Nursing Student Handbook and College Catalogue. Attendance Absences will lower student grade and may result in course failure. Cell phones and pagers must be turned OFF during class, clinical and any program activities. If a student leaves class before a regular break, the student will accrue lost hours. See Nursing Student Handbook, Attendance and Clinical Absence Policy. Class Participation Students are expected to complete all written and reading assignments, to be prepared, and to participate in classroom discussions. EVALUATION METHODS Grade Scale The Brazosport LVN Program uses the following grading scale throughout the program A = B= C= F= 74.9 and below A minimum grade of 75 is required in this course to progress in the LVN Program Final grades less than 75% are not rounded up (74.9% will not be rounded up to 75%). A grade of C- (74.9%) or less is failing. (74.9%) or less is failing. Students earn grades. Grades are not deserved. Grades are not inflated 4

5 or curved in the nursing program. Students with grade dependent scholarships are responsible for earning required grades. Faculty members will not inflate or adjust grades, or provide special assignments for students with scholarship or other financial return based on grades. Requesting faculty members to adjust grades is considered unprofessional behavior. Content mastery is assessed through written exams, quizzes, skill competency, presentations, professional papers, behavioral evaluations, normed assessments, critical thinking activities, and application via patient scenarios. Make-up Course work and Exam Policy See Student Handbook for program exam policies. Instructors specify additions instructor preferences and classroom management. All make-up examinations must be completed in the LAC the day the student returns to class/clinical. (Students are not allowed to use scheduled class time for make-up exams). It is the responsibility of the student to schedule with the LAC and execute the make-up exam. Failure to meet the criteria will result in an exam grade of 0. Assignments and quizzes missed due to absence or tardy cannot be made up. Students cannot leave an exam until completed. Exams are graded and evaluated after class and grades conveyed according to written guidelines in the class syllabus. Exam review will be scheduled outside regular class time periods and are optional. Each instructor provides guidelines beyond the handbook for challenging an exam item and grade notification. Do not ask instructors to deviate from written policy and procedure. Personal messages are NOT relayed to students. Family members, friends, relatives must be instructed by the student of contact policies and procedures. Students must provide contact information to family members. Program faculty and staff will NOT relay messages. Family, friends, children and spouses are NOT allowed in class, at clinical or during school activities. Student information will NOT be provided to family members unless the student is present and provides written permission. Course Grade The final grade for this course is derived from the following components: Exams 60% Final Exam 30% Comprehensive Exam ATI 10% Specific objective guidelines for each assignment are provided and used to evaluate the assignment. Late assignments are not accepted. Required Textbooks Assessment Technologies Institute (2010). Nursing Care of a Child TRANSITIONAL EDUCATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION RESOURCES Statement of Equal Opportunity It is the policy of Brazosport College not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, creed, color, age, and national origin in its educational and vocational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504 and Title VI. 5

6 ADA Statement The Vocational Nursing Program complies with college policies regarding rights of individuals with disabilities. Applicants and students must notify the college of disabilities. The purpose of ADA is to provide a clear and comprehensive national mandate for elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities, to provide clear, strong, consistent enforceable standards addressing discrimination, to ensure the Federal government plays a central role in enforcing standards established in this act on behalf of individuals with disabilities. (1991) An individual with a disability is a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity, or has a record of such impairment, or is regarded as having such impairment. A qualified individual with a disability is one who meets essential eligibility requirement for the program or activity offered by a public entity with or without reasonable accommodation. (ADA ) Essential functions are those functions the individual who holds the position must be able to perform unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. (ADA ). Reasonable accommodation: Change in the way things are customarily done that will enable an individual with a disability to enjoy equal opportunities. (ADA ) Performance requirements are basic activities a student must be able to complete in a reasonably independent manner. A student who poses a direct threat to health or safety of others or themselves does not meet clinical and skills competencies required by Vocational Nursing Program. A direct threat is defined as a significant risk to health or safety of others that cannot be eliminated or reduced to acceptable levels by modification of policies, practices or procedures, by provision of auxiliary aids or services. Determination is made on an individual basis. Nursing students must be fully able to comply with program Critical Core Attributes throughout entire program (See Critical Core Attributes). HIPAA Students are responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality of patient information. Breach in confidentiality results in disciplinary action and possible dismissal from the nursing program. Patient confidentiality includes oral, written and electronic communication. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), is a Federal law, which prohibits unauthorized disclosure of private patient information. HIPAA provides both civil and criminal penalties for violations that range from fines of $250,000 and 10 years in prison. Students should inform family members of the program s privacy policy. Student information of any kind is not discussed or released to any family member. Family, friends, children, relatives, or any other non-program related persons are NOT permitted at college, in class, at clinical, or at any other program event, unless specifically invited. HONOR CODE Academic dishonesty is not tolerated in any form. Dishonesty is a serious offense, which can result in automatic failure and program dismissal. Academic dishonesty is defined to include cheating on examinations, removing information about exam content from the classroom, and plagiarism. Plagiarism is further defined as "the act of using source materials of other persons (either published or unpublished) without following accepted crediting procedures. Offending material that may constitute plagiarism includes, but not limited to: bibliography cards, formal papers, book reports, written nursing care plans, papers, presentations, and other submissions. The accepted format for crediting and citing sources is APA most current edition. 6

7 COURSE SCHEDULE (Instructors reserve the right to change the course schedule as needed to meet course objectives) DATES Topics and Content WEEK #1 Review syllabus, orientation, course requirements, and grading Basic Concepts of Pediatric Nursing WEEK #2 Exam I Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders (1): Respiratory, Cardiovascular or Blood, Lymphatic/infectious/Immune, Integumentary, Gastrointestinal disorders WEEK #3 Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders: (1) Respiratory, Cardiovascular or Blood, Lymphatic/infectious/Immune, Integumentary, Gastrointestinal disorders WEEK #4 WEEK #5 WEEK # 6 Exam II Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders (2): Endocrine, Genitourinary/Reproductive, Neurosensory, Musculoskeletal disorders and Emergencies, Developmental disorders, or Psychosococial issues. Nursing Care of Children with System Disorders (2): Endocrine, Genitourinary/Reproductive, Neurosensory, Musculoskeletal disorders and Emergencies, Developmental disorders, or Psychosococial issues. Exam III Pedi Final Exam 7

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