Discuss the role of nursing care for diverse populations in a variety of healthcare settings across the health-illness
For this discussion, reflect on this course and identify 3 Good Things about the classroom component of this course (Foundations of Evidence-Based Nursing )
SEE BELOW THE COURSE OBJECT TO REFELT YOUR MIND THE GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE CLASSROOM COMPONENT;
Identify historical, social, political, economic, cultural, and technological trends that have influenced the development of the nursing profession.
Describe the role of the nursing profession, professional boundaries and self-care. Apply legal, ethical and regulatory standards associated with safe and effective delivery of nursing care, and documentation of care: ANA Standards of Professional Nursing and Nursing Code of Ethics.
Discuss the role of nursing care for diverse populations in a variety of healthcare settings across the health-illness continuum and variables that influence health beliefs; and illness/wellness behaviors.
Review growth and development stages throughout the life span using Interdisciplinary developmental theories; spirituality; and death and dying.
Apply the key steps of the nursing process to develop client care plans using standard nursing nomenclature and evidenced-based practice; and to prioritize nursing care. Implement therapeutic communication strategies to effectively interact with healthcare team members and clients, families, communities, and populations; and to delegate nursing tasks.
Apply the concepts of teaching and learning in client education and professional nursing practice.
Clarify how RN standards of practice are tested through NCLEX question formatting and NCLEX-RN test taking strategies.
Calculate medication dosages accurately using ratio proportion and dimensional analysis.
Review the 6 rights of medication administration and how to safely prepare intravenous fluids and medications using a variety of routes including intradermal, intramuscular, intravenous, oral, subcutaneous, transdermal, inhalation and ophthalmic.
Apply universal precautions in health promotion and disease prevention through handwashing, client hygiene, personal protective equipment and aseptic/sterile techniques.
Demonstrate a history and physical head to toe assessment including preparing the environment and the client; pain assessment and baseline vital signs.
Demonstrate the appropriate body mechanics and equipment used when carrying out selected nursing activities including skills related to activities of daily living, nutrition, oxygen therapy, dressing application and removal, nasogastric tube insertion and removal, and catheter insertion3-Good-Things-Poster_Copyright-MidMichigan-Health