الخطة الدراسية

الخطة الدراسية

 Adult Nursing

 

 

 

  1. 1.     Course title:Adults Nursing
  2. 2.    Course Number: (301).
  3. 3.    Credit Hours: Total (6) credits:

 

                         Theory (3) credits 

                          Clinical (3) credits

 

  1. Course calendar: Total  (11) hours weekly of (15) Week: 

                                  Theory (3) hrs. 

                                  Clinical (8) hrs.

 

  1. Placement: Third Years/First Semester.
  2. 6.    Course Description: 

        This course provides the student with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are essential for effective and comprehensive nursing care for adults in the uncritical medical and surgical illness. The related concepts of path physiology, fundamentals of nursing and pharmacology are integrated. 

  1. 7.    Course Goals: 

       Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 

1-   Identify risk factors and nursing interventions in promoting and maintaining health in a selected client population. 

2-   Relate the path physiology of selected medical/ surgical alterations to the health –illness continuum. 

3-   Discuss scientifically based rational for performing selected diagnostic procedure, outcomes and nursing responsibilities. 

4-   Describe drug therapies and their related outcomes for clients undergoing medical/ surgical interventions. 

5-   Explain nutritional needs of patients with selected medical/ surgical alterations. 

6-   Discuss principles of teaching- learning processes as they related to the adult/ older adult patient. 

7-   Utilize health assessment skills in determining the physical, psychological, spiritual, and learning Needs of adult patients. 

8-   Apply the theoretical concepts, scientific principles in planning care of patients. 

9-   Demonstrate competence in implementing nursing interventions to meet client oriented goals. 

10-   Demonstrate safe administration of drug and parenteral therapy. 

11-Participate in teaching patients 

12-  Demonstrate effective communication with patients, instructor and health   

        members. 

13- Describe pre- operative nursing measures of avoiding the risk of infection and the excepted post- operative complications. 

8-      Course out line: 

The Theoretical Content

 

Part I: Introduction to adults  nursing.           

 Part II: Nursing process; definition, objectives and steps.

 Part III: Rehabilitation in Nursin 

3.1.        Basic principle in rehabilitation nursing 

3.2.        Rehabilitation team 

3.3.        Prevention of complications and deformities. 

Part IV: Care of patients with cancer 

4.1.        Definitions. 

4.2.        Types. 

4.3.        Sign and symptoms. 

4.4.        Method of diagnosis. 

 4.5.Treatment and nursing management of patients with cancer. 

Part V: The patient with breast cancer                            

5.1.        Sign and symptoms. 

5.2.        Method of diagnosis. 

5.3.        Nursing care and rehabilitation. 

Part VI: Nursing management for patient with digestive system disease.                                                                     

 

6.1.     Sign and symptoms, and diagnostic measures.

 

6.2.     Nursing care for the patient with the followings:

 

          6.2.1. Hernia. 

          6.2.2. Ulcerative colitis. 

          6.2.3. Peptic Ulcer. 

          6.2.4. Acute Abdomen. 

          6.2.5. Irritable bowel syndrome. 

Part VII: The patient with hepatobiliary disorders              

 

7.1.        Sign, symptoms and diagnosis of liver diseases.

 

7.2.        Nursing care and rehabilitation for the following diseases:

 

7.2.1. Pancreatitis.

 

7.2.2. Hepatitis.

 

7.2.3. Liver cirrhosis.

 

7.2            . 4.Cholelithiasis and cholecystitis.

 

Part VIII: Nursing care for patients with endocrine system disorders.                                                                            

 

8.1.Nursing management for patients with diabetes mellitus.

 

8.2.Nursing management for patient with the followings:

 

        8.2.1.Hyperthyroidism.

 

    8.2.2.Hypothyroidism.

 

    8.2.3.Hypo and hyper parathyroid disorders.

 

Part IX: Nursing management for patients with blood disorders.                                       

 

9.1.Blood and its contents.

 

9.2.Diagnostic tests for blood disease.

 

      9.3.Nursing care and rehabilitation for patient with these diseases:

 

9.3.1.Anemia and its types.

 

             9.3.2.Leukemia.

 

             9.3.3.Hodgkin's disease.

 

9.3.4.Hemorrhagic disorder.

 

 

 

Part X: Nursing management for patients with cardiovascular  

 

                disorders:                                                                               

 

 10.1.Sign and symptoms.

 

10.2.   Diagnostic tests.

 

10.3.   Nursing care and rehabilitation for patient with

 

10.3.1.Hypertension.

 

10.3.2.               Ischemic heart disease.

 

10.3.3.               Myocardial infarction.

 

10.3.4.               Congestive heart failure.

 

10.3.5.               Endocarditic.

 

Part XI: Nursing care for patients with respiratory disorders

 

11.1. Sign and symptoms.

 

11.2.  Diagnostic tests.

 

11.3.   Nursing care and rehabilitation for patient with:

 

11.4.  Bronchitis.

 

11.5.    Pneumonia.

 

11.6.    COPD.

 

 

The clinical content

 

Part I: General Medical Wards                                                   

 

 

 

Part II: General surgical Wards

 

                                                    

 

Part III: Operation Room                                                              

 

 

 

Part IV: Respiratory Unit.                                                             

 

 

 

Part V: Coronary Care Unit.                                                         

 

 

 

Part VI: Hematology Unit                                                             

 

 

 

Part VII: Recovery Room

 

 

 

Part VIII: Midterm Examination              

 

 

 

 

 

Third Year – second Semester

 

 

 

المرحلة الثالثة / الفصل الدراسي الثاني

 

 

 

Adult Nursing

 

 

 

  1. Course Title:Adults Nursing /II
    1. Course Number: (301).
    2. Credit Hours: Total (6) credits:

 

                         Theory (3) credits

 

                         Clinical (3) credits

 

  1. Course calendar: Total  (11) hours weekly of (15) Week:

 

                          Theory   (3) hrs.

 

                          Clinical  (8) hrs.

 

  1. Placement: Third Years/Second Semester.

 

 

 

  1. 6.    Course Description:

 

This course provides the student with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are essential for effective and comprehensive nursing care for adults in the uncritical medical and surgical illness. The related concepts of path physiology, fundamentals of nursing and pharmacology are integrated.

 

 

 

  1. 7.    Course Goals:

 

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

 

1-      Identify risk factors and nursing interventions in promoting and maintaining health in a selected client population.

 

2-      Relate the path physiology of selected medical/ surgical alterations to the health –illness continuum.

 

3-      Discuss scientifically based rational for performing selected diagnostic procedure, outcomes and nursing responsibilities.

 

4-      Describe drug therapies and their related outcomes for clients undergoing medical/ surgical interventions.

 

5-      Explain nutritional needs of patients with selected medical/ surgical alterations.

 

6-      Discuss principles of teaching- learning processes as they related to the adult/ older adult patient.

 

7-      Utilize health assessment skills in determining the physical, psychological, spiritual, and learning Needs of adult patients.

 

8-      Apply the theoretical concepts, scientific principles in planning care of patients.

 

9-      Demonstrate competence in implementing nursing interventions to meet client oriented goals.

 

10- Demonstrate safe administration of drug and parenteral therapy.

 

11-  Participate in teaching patients

 

12- Demonstrate effective communication with patients, instructor and health members.

 

13- Describe pre- operative nursing measures of avoiding the risk of infection and the excepted post- operative complications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 8.    Course out line:

 

Theoretical contents

 

 

 

Part I : Introduction to Nursing Adults                            

 

Part II : Nursing management of patients with nervous system disorder  

 

              2.1. Assessment and diagnostic test

 

2.2. Intracranial pressure

 

2.3. Brain tumor

 

2.4. Meningitis

 

2.5. Brain abscess.

 

2.6. Epilepsy.

 

 

 

Part III: Nursing management of patients with Renal disorders (6)hrs.

 

3.1.Assessment and diagnostic test

 

3.2.Cardinal signs and symptoms

 

3.3.Urinary tract infection

 

3.4.Renal stone

 

3.5.Prostatic hyperplasia

 

3.6. End stage of renal failure

 

 Part IV: Nursing management of  patients with Musculoskeletal disorders

 

4.1.Assessment and diagnostic test

 

4.2. Osteomylitis

 

4.3. Osteoporosis

 

4.4. Arthritis

 

4.5. Joint replacement

 

Part V: Nursing management of patients with Cardiovascular disorders

 

5.1.Assessment and signs and symptoms and diagnostic test

 

5.2. Acquired disease:  Martial disease ( stenosis and regurgitation)

 

5.3. Congenital heart disease (ASD ,VSD and teratology of fallut )

 

5.4. Cardiac catheterization

 

Part VI: Nursing management of  patients with Intugementary disorders.

 

 

 

6.1. Anatomy and physiology

 

6.2. Assessment intugementary system

 

6.3. Dermatitis

 

6.4. Autoimmune  disease

 

Part VII:  Nursing management of patients with Eye, Nose and Throat (ENT)

 

7.1. Sinusitis

 

7.2. Tonsillitis

 

7.3.Otitis media

 

7.4. Ca larynx

 

 

 

Part VIII: Nursing management of patients with ophthalmic disorders. (3) hrs.

 

8.1.Assessment and diagnostic test

 

8.2. Cataract

 

8.3. Gulcoma.

 

The Clinical content

 

Part I: Neurosurgical Unit                                                       

 

Part II: Urology and dialysis Unit                                            

 

Part III: Orthopedic Wards                                                            

 

Part IV: General Medical Wards                                                   

 

Part V: Coronary care unit                                                           

 

Part VI: ENT Wards                                                                         

 

Part VII: Ophthalmic Wards                                                             

 

                                                      Part VIII: Clinical exam

 

Fourth Year – first and second Semesters

 

 

 

Critical Care Nursing (1)

 

 

 

1. Course Title:  Critical Care Nursing (1)

 

2. Course Number:  (404)

 

3. Credit Hours:  Total of (4) credits:

 

                            Theory  (2) credits.

 

                            Clinical (2) credits.

 

4. Course Calendar:  Total  (8) hours weekly of (15) weeks:

 

                                  Theory  (2) hrs.

 

                                  Clinical (6) hrs.

 

5. Placement:  Fourth years /first semester.

 

6. Instructors:  Nursing factually members in the Medical Surgical Nursing

 

                        Unit.

 

                         

 

7. Course Description:

 

This course introduces general concepts and issues in caring for clients with life threatening illness, and provides the students with opportunity to meet the bio-psycho-social needs of clients in critical illness. It builds upon knowledge gained in previous courses, namely nursing care of Adults. Areas of emphasis include advanced assessment and management of critically ill adult with cardiovascular, respiratory, and renal problems, as well as multisystem trauma.

 

 

 

8. Course Goals:

 

       Upon completion of the course, the student shall be able to:

 

1       Understand the effect of the critical illness on the clients and their families.

 

2       Describe the impact of the critical care environment on the clients.

 

3       Discuss current monitoring techniques used in critical care settings.

 

4       Relate the human responses to critical illness to the underlying

 

       path physiology.

 

1       Discuss psychosocial assessment and interventions relevant to critically ill

 

       clients and their families.

 

2       Utilize knowledge from the humanities and science in planning the care

 

       of critically ill adults.

 

3       Demonstrate safe nursing care of critically ill adults.

 

4       Utilize effective communication techniques with clients.     

 

5       Demonstrate competence in homodynamic and cardiac monitoring.

 

6       Provide quality nursing care for clients with respiratory dysfunction.

 

7       Assess and manage client with renal - urinary dysfunctions.

 

8       Deal efficiently with cases of multisystem trauma.

 

9       Interpret assessments findings in relation to the underling critical illness.

 

10  Participate in educating critically ill clients and their families.

 

11  Demonstrate professional behavior in relation to clients and members of

 

       the health team.

 

9. Course Outline:

 

 

 

The Theoretical Content

 

 

 

Unit 1: General concepts in caring for critically ill:                               (4) hrs.

 

1       Nutritional support.

 

2       Mechanical ventilation.

 

3       Homodynamic monitoring.

 

4       Sedating and paralytic agents.

 

5       Alteration in consciousness.

 

6       Pain.

 

7       Prolonged immobility.

 

Unit 2: The concept of holism applied to critical care nursing:             (4) hrs.

 

1       The client’s experience with critical illness.

 

2       The family’s experience with critical illness.

 

3       Impact of critical care environment on the client.

 

4       Relieving pain and providing comfort.

 

5       Psychosocial support for the clients and their families.

 

6       Client and family education in critical care.

 

  Unit3: Professional practice issues in critical care:                                  (2) hrs.

 

1         Ethical issues in critical care nursing.

 

2         Legal issues in critical care nursing.

 

3         Excellence in critical care nursing.

 

     Unit 4: Special Populations in critical care:                                              (2) hrs.

 

1       The critically ill pediatric client.

 

2       The critically ill pregnant woman.

 

3       The critically ill older client.

 

4       The post anesthesia client.

 

   Unit 5: Cardiovascular Dysfunctions:                                                        (4) hrs.

 

1       Acute coronary syndromes:

 

                     - Chest pain.

 

                     - Angina pectoris.

 

                     -Myocardial infarction.

 

2       Heart failure/ pulmonary edema.

 

3       Cardiogenic shock.

 

4       Cardiac surgery.

 

5       Nursing intervention and management.

 

    Unit 6: Respiratory Dysfunctions:                                                                (4) hrs.

 

1       Refractory sever asthma.

 

2       Acute lung and acute respiratory distress syndrome.

 

3       Pneumothorax.

 

4       Acute respiratory failure.

 

5       Nursing intervention and management.

 

  Unit 7: Renal – Urinary Dysfunctions:                                                        (4) hrs.                                                                                                         

 

1       Acute renal failure.

 

2       Renal transplantation.

 

3       Renal replacement therapies.

 

4       Nursing intervention and management.    .

 

   Unit 8: Multisystem Trauma:                                                                       (4) hrs.

 

1          Wound management.

 

2          Head and facial trauma.

 

3          Spinal cord and neck trauma.

 

4          Chest trauma.

 

5          Abdominal Trauma.

 

6          Musculoskeletal emergencies.

 

7          Burns.

 

 

 

The Laboratory Content

 

 

 

1       Communication in crisis.                                                                 (3) hrs.

 

2       Feeding critically ill client.                                                              (3) hrs.

 

3       Mobilization and transferring of critically ill client.                       (3) hrs.

 

4       Undressing client with multisystem trauma.                                   (3) hrs.                                                                

 

5       Wound and skin care of critically ill client.                                     (3) hrs.

 

6       Homodynamic measurements/ monitoring.                                     (3) hrs.                           

 

7       Endotracheal intubations management.                                           (3) hrs.

 

8       Chest tube intubations management.                                                (3) hrs.                      

 

9       Airway obstruction and Resuscitation (CPR) procedures.               (3) hrs.

 

10  Crutch and cane fitting for client with casts.                                     (3) hrs.                                              

 

 

 

THE Clinical Content

 

1       Coronary care unit (CCU)                                             (15) hrs.

 

2       Intensive care unit (I.C.U)                                             (10) hrs,

 

3       Respiratory care unit (R.C.U)                                  (15) hrs,

 

4       Recovery Room (R.R)                                                 (10) hrs.

 

5       Kidney dialysis unit                                                                (15) hrs.

 

6       Emergency Room (E.R)                                            (15) hrs.

 

7       Burn units                                                                        (10) hrs.

 

 

 

10. Learning Recourses:

 

White board, overhead Projector, posters, handouts, laboratory and clinical settings.

 

 

 

 

 

11. Teaching /Learning Strategies:

 

Lectures, group discussion, clinical conference, group lab.  work, individual learning, and clinical training.

 

 

 

12. Students Evaluation:

 

                              1st theory exam.                        10%                               

 

                             2nd theory exam.                        10% 

 

                              Lab. evaluation                        20%

 

                              Clinical evaluation                   20%

 

                              Final theory exam.                   20%

 

                              Final Lab. Exam.                     10%

 

                              Final Clinical exam.                 10%

 

                            ________________________________        

 

                             Total                                          100%

 

 

 

 

 

13. References:

 

1       Baird, Marianne Saunorus, et al., Manual of Critical Care Nursing Intervention and Collaborative Management, 5th ed., St. Louis, Mosby Inc., 2005.

 

2         Morton, Patricia Gonce, et.al, Critical Care Nursing A Holistic Approach, 8th ed., New York, Lippincott William &Wilkins,2005.

 

3         Sheehy, Susan Budassi and Gail Pisarcik Lenehan, Manual of Emergency Care, St. Louis, Mosby A Harcourt Health Sciences Company, 1999.

 

4       Sole, M., Introduction to Critical Care Nursing. 3rd ed., New York, Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, (2000).

 

 

 

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