|Intermediate Clinical Concepts (ICC)|
|INT NURS ICC|
|CLASS CODE:||NURS 200L||CREDITS: 0|
|DIVISION:||AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|DESCRIPTION:||Required each Sophomore semester. ICC experiences and evaluations are incorporated into sophomore clinical hours and provide additional clinical experiences.
Activities focus on increasing complex application of the nursing process, leadership and prioritization skills, and review and enhancement of technical skills.
|TAUGHT:||Fall, Winter, and Summer 2nd Term|
|CONTENT AND TOPICS:|
|GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:||Course Specific Goals: The identified strands are derived from the Brigham Young University-Idaho Department of Nursing Philosophy, Program Goals and Conceptual Model, identified by the faculty and represented in italics. The threads are identified by faculty as significant concepts that will be included in all courses with difficulty progressing from simple to complex and are bolded. The threads, applied specifically in each course weave in and out of the strands providing consistency and strength to the overall curriculum.
Nurse Agency Stewardship, laws and opposites, caring relationships, professionalism, and knowledge incorporating critical thinking, the health continuum, environment, patient agency and the nursing process.
1. Demonstrate progress in personal and professional stewardship goals.
2. Improve all aspects of knowledge and skills.
3. Demonstrate critical thinking skills.
4. Develop caring relationships with others.
5. Work closely with other students in group activities.
6. Apply the knowledge and skills necessary to implement the standard of care for patients with complex nursing problems in patient simulations.
Patient Agency Stewardship, laws and opposites, caring relationship, human functionality, and knowledge incorporating critical thinking, the health continuum, environment, nurse agency and the nursing process.
1. Evaluate the patient's support system and values in scenario simulations and case studies.
2. Improve ability to assess patient knowledge, abilities, caring, and stewardship in developed laboratory experiences.
3. Identify knowledge base of patients in scenarios and identify and teaching needed and possible threats to emotional and physical safety.
Nursing Process Assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation incorporating critical thinking, the health continuum, environment, nurse agency and patient agency.
1. Practice teaching of prevention and health maintenance in a variety of patient scenarios and case studies.
2. Improve ability to utilize the nursing proces in developing patient care plans.
3. Apply critical thinking and problem solving in developing patient care plans and in varied and changing situations.
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 2004|