NURSING 089 - Success in Fundamental Nursing - Anh Vo
|Course:||Success in Fundamental Nursing|
This class is an adjunct to Nursing 112/114. It will enhance your learning for NUR 112/114. You are required to attend the live or synchronous class at the scheduled time. You may also be required to complete the online assignments, participate in online discussion questions, and have a minimal of one response to someone else’s discussion question post. There are no specific books in this class, though we will use our resources from NUR 112 and NUR 114. There will be NCLEX practice online quizzes.
Units: 1.00, May Be Taken Once for Credit
Course expands on the students' critical thinking abilities related to Nursing 112/114. Units do not apply to the associate degree and offered credit/no-credit only.
What to Expect in this Course
Board Policy 4233 states that “Any student with excused or absences amounting to more than 10% of the class meetings may be dropped or withdrawn from the class. An instructor may drop a student up until 20% of the course (2nd week of a full semester length course) or withdraw a student from a course up until 75% of the course time (12th week for a full semester length course) due to excessive absences.” (Excessive absence is defined by more than 10% of the class meetings.) For this course, you cannot be absent more than two class meetings, either live or online.
The course is a credit/no credit course. In order to receive 1 unit and a credit grade: All assignments must be turned in and quizzes completed. Assignments are graded according to Nursing Department grading policy. Average of 75% on all graded assignments is required to pass the course.
Students expect to have internet and laptop/computer/tablet with webcam and microphone to attend class via zoom and turn in course assignments via Canvas.
The course can be accessed via Canvas at cv.canyons.edu on the first day of the course. Follow the login instructions at the bottom of the screen to log in. Here, you can also access Canvas user guides with helpful tips for navigating and using Canvas. For any Canvas related issues please call the Canvas Student Support line at (661)362-3344 during college business hours, or (877)889-9052 for 24/7 support. For technical support using Canvas, visit the Canvas tech Support page for students.
Types of Assessments
Ungraded quizzes and written care plan.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
All books used during this class will correlate with Nursing 112/114 including Kaplan.
Other Relevant Course Information
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Analyze musculoskeletal problems in terms of their etiology, applicable anatomy and physiology, and key manifestations.
- Analyze a history and physical related to musculoskeletal disorders
- Explain how medications work to treat specific disease processes
- Accurately calculate dosages for administering oral, subcutaneous and intramuscular medications
- Interpret lab values related to musculoskeletal disorders
- Apply the nursing process to develop appropriate plans of care for musculoskeletal disorders taking into consideration the physical, psychological, socio-cultural, developmental, and spiritual needs of the client
- Demonstrate appropriate communication skills in interactions between clients and nurses
- Utilize critical thinking skills to analyze problems found in the musculoskeletal system
- Evaluate sample test questions by following test taking principles to choose correct answers
- Apply concepts of autonomy, responsibility and accountability to given scenario in which clinical judgment must be utilized
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
- CanyonsID Username is your COC student email address (Ex: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
Check out the Online Education website for more information on a variety of topics that can help you be a successful online student such as: exam proctoring, learning styles, computer skills, and tips for student success. If this is your first online course, feel free to take our online learning readiness assessment to assess your skills.
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Last updated: 10/25/2021 Sub#: 960