ERIC Number: ED260771
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985
Reference Count: 0
Utilization of Skills in the Application of the Management Process (NS 239): Competency-Based Course Syllabus.
Green, Elizabeth G.; And Others
"Utilization of Skills in the Application of the Management Process" (NS 239) is an associate degree nursing course offered at Chattanooga State Technical Community College to prepare students to assume the role of planner and coordinator of patient care. The course focuses on competencies related to the care of patients with deviations of the immune response, cellular growth, hematology, urinary, reproductive, and integumentary subsystems. The course syllabus for NS 239 begins with information on class, laboratory, and credit hours; prerequisites; textbooks; week-by-week course content; course competencies; evaluation criteria; and curriculum coding. The bulk of the syllabus presents competencies, assignments, and questions keyed to the textbook for each of the eight course units. The units focus on: (1) care of the patient with deviations of the urinary subsystem; (2) care of the patient with deviations of the reproductive subsystem; (3) care of the patient with deviations of the immune system; (4) care of the patient with deviations of cellular growth; (5) care of the patient experiencing loss; (6) care of the patient with deviations of the integumentary subsystem; (7) care of the patient with deviation of the blood and blood forming organs; and (8) nursing care in emergencies and disasters. Finally, clinical objectives for each unit are presented. (LAL)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Chattanooga State Technical Community Coll., TN. Nursing Div.
Note: For other course syllabi in Chattanooga State Technical Community College's Associate Degree Nursing Curriculum, see JC 850 477-483.