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1 The Lincoln University Department of Health Sciences Nursing Program COURSE TITLE: Transcultural Nursing COURSE NUMBER: NUR456 Perspectives CREDIT HOURS 3 PREREQUISITE (S): Admission to the nursing major TERM: ALL CO-REQUISITE (S) Unencumbered RN licensure COURSE METHOD Hybrid; Online MEETING DAY AND TIME: Hybrid meets Monday 6p- 10p INSTRUCTOR: TBA CLASSROOM/LAB/STUDIO XXX LOCATION: OFFICE TBA XXX LOCATION: OFFICE HOURS: TBA PHONE EXTENSION: XXX COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides a theoretical framework for culturally competent patient care. The course will enable the nurse to navigate through the obstacles that culture can place on the patient/family experience. Through a presentation of the history and theory behind cultural competence, the course offers key information regarding health beliefs and the impact of culture on both health and illness. REQUIRED TEXT: Lippincott RN to BSN Online: Integrated digital course point. Transcultural Nursing with Andrews, Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care, 6 th Edition. ISBN: (e textbook included). Course point resources is available in the University bookstore and online at Lippincott s website: American Psychological Association. (2009, Second Printing). Publication manual of the American psychological association (6 th ed.). Washington, D.C: Author. Required Websites: National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) - NIC - NOC - NANDA - 1

2 REQUIRED MATERIALS: In order to successfully take part in this online course, students must have access to a typically configured personal computer and the Internet. The computer and related technology must meet the Lincoln University- Student Nurse (SN) technology requirements. Students should plan in advance for alternative computer and Internet access in the event of a personal computer failure. Students are responsible for maintaining, protecting, and backing up all data and files related to their courses. All submissions (homework, reports, etc.) must be completed using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) Software. No other document formats will be accepted unless specifically stated. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA & ALIGNMENT (USE NUMBERS ONLY) Course SLO PSLOs (indicate #only) ILOs (indicate #only) Direct and Indirect Assessment Methods CSLO 1 1, 7 3 Discussion questions, field experience papers,, case studies, analysis paper. CSLO 2 1, 2, 7 3 Discussion questions and posts, field experience CSLO 3 1, 7, 9 3 Discussion questions and posts, field experience papers,, case studies, analysis paper, CSLO 4 3, 7 1, 3, 4, 6 Discussion questions and posts, field experience CSLO 5 1, 4, 7 1, 3, Discussion questions and posts, field experience CSLO 6 1, 2, 6, 7 3, 4 Field experience paper, analysis paper. CSLO 7 1, 5, 8 3, 5 Discussion questions and posts, field experience CSLO 8 2, 3, 5 4 Oral and group projects,. Final project comprehensive culturally component plan of care COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (CSLO): Upon successful completion of this course the student will: 1. Explore the constructs and concepts of the discipline of transcultural nursing (TCN) and their applications within nursing practice. 2. Explore the social structure dimensions of Leininger's Sunrise Enabler and essential constructs and tenets of the Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality. 3. Explore the generic and professional care beliefs, expressions, patterns, and practices of selected diverse cultural groups predominately encountered in health care settings. 4. Examine the cultural competencies necessary for professional nursing practice. 5. Develop communication strategies for the provision of culturally congruent/culturally competent care. 2

3 6. Explain the use of evidence- based research and its influence on the delivery of culturally congruent/culturally competent care. 7. Evaluate health care policy and the financial and regulatory environments that affect the integration of culturally congruent/culturally competent nursing/health care. 8. Develop critical thinking skills by submitted written, visual, and oral presentations. PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (PSLO): 1. Caring Students will demonstrate caring attitudes and behaviors as they carry out the work of professional nursing with the understanding of human development, the goal of preserving dignity, and aspirations of promoting health and wellness for individuals, patients, and themselves. 2. Knowledge Students will apply knowledge synthesized from nursing science to evidencebased nursing care delivery. 3. Effective thinking Our students will use a variety of thinking methods such as, critical thinking, conceptual thinking, implementation thinking, and innovative thinking, to make decisions, solve problems, evaluate information, create new processes, and plan strategies. 4. Communication Students will demonstrate effective communication skills in therapeutic interactions, inter-professional information sharing, and scholarly dissemination. 5. Technological Aptitude Students will competently use technology to access information necessary for identifying trends used in decision making, promoting quality improvement, and preserving safety, to provide patient care, collaborate with inter-professional teams, and to continuously advance the nursing profession. 6. Lifelong learning Students will continue to advance their education to maintain knowledge and nursing skills necessary to provide quality patient care by engaging into systematic inquiry, investigation, and new knowledge generation.. 7. Cultural Competence - Students will demonstrate willingness to learn about other cultures and use the information to collaborate with patients to provide nursing care that meets individuals cultural and religious needs. 8. Leadership Students will apply knowledge of leadership theory and demonstrate leadership behaviors that complement particular situations. 9. Ethics Students will apply ethical standards of nursing in all situations with respect for the law, the profession, patients, and themselves. CALCULATION OF FINAL GRADES: Discussion participation in online course room 35% Weeks 1 thru 7 Discussion posts 5pts each Cultural self-assessment assignment 5% Due week 1 Field experience paper 15% Due week 5 Analysis paper 15% Due week 6 Final Project: Culturally-competent holistic plan of care from assigned selected case study topics 30% Due week 7 Total Percentage 100% 3

4 GRADING SCALE: Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C *C- D+ D F GPA Points % and under SCHEDULE (7 WEEKS) OF LEARNING TOPICS COVERED CLASS MEETS: ASSIGNMENT SELECTION & SCHEDULE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Week 01: Evolution of Transcultural Care Nursing (TCN) Transcultural nursing (TCN) Key Models and Concepts Stereotypes and Cultural Self Awareness Week 02: Cultural and Social Structure Dimensions Week 03: Exploration of Diverse Cultural Groups Week 04: Cultural Competency Impact of Globalization on Transcultural Nursing Week 05: Impact of Globalization on Transcultural Nursing (cont d) Communication Standards Week 06: Evidence- based research and Transcultural Nursing Week 07: Health Policy and Transcultural Nursing UNIVERSITY ATTENDANCE POLICY: Lincoln University uses the class method of teaching, which assumes that each student has something to contribute and something to gain by attending class. It further assumes that there is much more instruction absorbed in the classroom than can be tested on examinations. Therefore, students are expected to attend all regularly scheduled class meetings and should exhibit good faith in this regard. Class Attendance Policy for Hybrid and Online Learners Face- to- face hybrid classes will be meet on alternate Mondays from 6pm- 10pm starting with week one of the course block. Students in the hybrid component are expected to attend all class sessions. Nevertheless, it is recognized that class absences are occasionally necessary for extenuating professional or personal reasons. All absences must involve legitimate excuses, such as health problems or family emergencies. Documentation should be available for all absences and supplied when requested. A student is considered absent if she/he has missed at least one quarter of a class session. Therefore, lateness is highly discouraged. No more than two missed classes are allowed in the hybrid component. When missing more than two classes you will receive a failure ( F ) for the course unless a withdrawal request is submitted by the last date to withdraw from the course, 4

5 The student must inform the instructor via or in person in advance of an anticipated absence. If, however, this is not possible, it is the responsibility of the student to communicate personally with the course instructor by e- mail no later then twenty-four hours after the absence has occurred. Children are not permitted in face-to face hybrid classes. Online Learner Presence and Participation Students are not required to come on campus at any time; the RN-BSN program is 100% asynchronous. You will not attend class at a specific date and time, but you can expect to complete weekly assignments, reading and participation requirements. The platform for the online learning environment is Moodlerooms. Online students are expected to demonstrate behavior that facilitates learning. Students are accountable for all materials presented in the course room. Course room presence requirements are outlined by the respective course syllabus once enrolled in the course. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT: Lincoln University is committed to non- discrimination of students with disabilities and therefore ensures that they have equal access to higher education, programs, activities, and services in order to achieve full participation and integration into the University. In keeping with the philosophies of the mission and vision of the University, the Office of Student Support Services, through the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Program, provides an array of support services and reasonable accommodations for students with special needs and/or disabilities as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of The Services for Students with Disabilities Program seeks to promote awareness and a campus environment in which accommodating students with special needs and/or disabilities is natural extension of the University s goal. Any student with a documented disability should contact the Office of Student Support Services. UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC INTEGRITY STATEMENT: Students are responsible for proper conduct and integrity in all of their scholastic work. They must follow a professor's instructions when completing tests, homework, and laboratory reports, and must ask for clarification if the instructions are not clear. In general, students should not give or receive aid when taking exams, or exceed the time limitations specified by the professor. In seeking the truth, in learning to think critically, and in preparing for a life of constructive service, honesty is imperative. Honesty in the classroom and in the preparation of papers is therefore expected of all students. Each student has the responsibility to submit work that is uniquely his or her own. All of this work must be done in accordance with established principles of academic integrity. POLICY ON ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN CLASSROOM: Electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, laptops, etc.) may not be used in class except with the express consent of the instructor. Even when permitted, these devices may not be used for 5

6 non- educational (e.g., gaming, texting), academically dishonest (e.g. cheating on exams), or illegal (e.g., recording or taking pictures without permission) purposes. Students who violate this policy will receive a verbal warning for the first infraction. Additional violations may result in the student being asked to leave class or receiving a grade penalty. Electronic devices may be used as a student resource, essentially as a textbook. While students may share non- identifiable information for courses and learning purposes, no patient information of any kind should be shared outside confidential settings. There should be no reference to a clinical site, faculty member, nursing student, staff member, medical staff, patient, or family; even if information is de- identified, it should never be shared electronically via or on social networking sites. Students wishing to record the lectures must obtain prior permission from the faculty member. Violation will result in disciplinary action, which may lead to dismissal from the program. 6

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