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2/02/2021 1 2021 MICROLECTURE Week 1 Part A Introduction NRSG258: PRINCIPLES OF NURSING: SURGICAL WARNING This material has been reproduced and commun ...
2/02/2021 1 2021 MICROLECTURE Week 1 Part A Introduction NRSG258: PRINCIPLES OF NURSING: SURGICAL WARNING This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Australian Catholic University in accordance with section 113P of theCopyright Act 1968(Ac t). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Do not remove this notice Acknowledgement of country In continuing ACU’s commitment to Reconciliation and in line with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tradition, it is customary to acknowledge country as we pass through. Today we acknowledge and pay our respects to the First Peoples, traditional custodians of the lands and waterways The Turrabul and Jagera peoples in Brisbane, The Wurundjeri people in Melbourne, The Wathaurong people of Ballarat, The Gurringai people in North Sydney, The Ngunnawal people from Canberra and thank them for their continued hospitality. We acknowledge and celebrate the continuation of a living culture that has a unique role in this region. We also acknowledge Elders past and present as well as our emerging leaders of tomorrow and thank them for their wisdom and guidance as we walk in their footsteps. Learning Outcomes On successful completion of this unit, students should be able to: •Demonstrate knowledge of pathophysiology to manage common issues in surgical nursing;(GA4,5) •Outline the biopsychological, spiritual and cultural factors that impact on the person’s surgical experience; (GA1,4,5) •Apply the Roper‐Logan‐Tierney Model of Nursing across the lifespan, to the principles of surgical nursing across the care continuum; (GA1,4,5,9) •Implement the Levitt‐Jones’ Clinical Reasoning Cycle across a range of setting, to plan safe, evidence‐based, culturally sensitive, person‐centred nursing car for common health alterations in surgical nursing; (GA3,4,5,8,9) •Apply quality use of medicines, non‐pharmacological therapeutic interventions and complimentary therapies in the surgical context; (GA1,3,4,5,7,8) •Apply legal and ethical principles related to the surgical experience. (GA3) 1 2 3 2/02/2021 2 Graduate Attributes •GA1 Demonstrate respect for the dignity of each individual and for human diversity •GA3 Apply ethical perspectives in informed decision making •GA4 Think critically and reflectively •GA5 Demonstrate values, knowledge, skills and attitudes appropriate to the discipline and/or profession. •GA7 Work both autonomously and collaboratively •GA8 Locate, organize, analyze, synthesize and evaluate information •GA9 Demonstrate effective communication in oral and written English language and visual media NMBA Standards for Registered Nurse Practice NMBA Standards for Practice Learning Outcomes1. Thinks critically and analyses nursing practice. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.71. 2. Engages in therapeutic and professional relationships. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.83, 4, 6 3. Maintains the capability for practice. 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.71, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 4. Comprehensively conducts assessments. 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.42, 3, 4, 5, 6 5. Develops a plan for nursing practice. 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.42, 3, 4, 5, 6. Provides safe, appropriate and responsive quality nursing practice. 6.11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7. Evaluates outcomes to inform nursing practice. 7.1, 7.23, 4, 5 •The nursing management of patients undergoing surgery from admission to discharge •Care is patient‐focused and evidence based •Clinical reasoning and critical thinking will be applied Lectures will be pre‐recorded and will be available through NRSG258 LEO site. Campus‐based lecture Q&A sessions will be available via Zoom drop‐in sessions outlined on your Allocate+ timetable. 2 hrs per week these are broken down into micro‐lectures Tu to ri al s 2 hr per week via online Zoom classrooms Unit Outline •Lecture schedule & dates •Assessment requirements (and rubrics) •References •Links for assistance NRSG 258 4 5 6 2/02/2021 3 Assessments Assessment Task Word LengthDue Date Weighting (%) Learning Outcomes AssessedGraduate Attributes Assessed Written assignment Surgical case study 1800Week 8 Date: Wednesday 28 thApril 09:0050% 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 3, 4, 5, 8,9 Examination ~ 2000 University Examination Period Date and time to be confirmed50% 1,2, 5, 6, 1, 3, 4, 5,7, 8 Assessment One Case study (50%) Wednesday 28 thApril 2021 (09:00) • 1800 words +/‐ 10% via Turnitin dropbox. • Answer the questions relating to the case study • Discussion must be academic and supported by appropriate academic references • Information must BE RELEVANT to the patient in the case study •HINT: Label your drafts e.g. draft 1, draft 2 and then FINAL so you do not submit a draft in error. • In the in the Case Study folder on LEO additional information will be available to assist you. These will include: –Assignment Guide to help you write your assignment –Quick Guide to APA Referencing to help you reference –Format your Assignment guide to help you set out –Rubric so you know what is being marked Expectations Communication •Email response generally with 48 hours during the working week. •Email etiquette policy •Please check frequently LEO announcement forum by LICs •Post questions to Leo discussion forums rather than emailing directly •Use of LEO. This included the online learning activities 7 8 9 2/02/2021 4 Extension Requests •Extensions will only be considered in‐line with University Policy. •Extensions (Ex) and Special Considerations (SC) applications are to be submitted into respective campus LEO dropboxes •Extension and Special Consideration forms require supportive evidence for extensions –NO EXTENSIONS EXCEPT FOR MISADVENTURE/ILLNESS + EVIDENCE –Extensions for length of Certificate (which are checked for validity) e.g. sick for 2 days = 2 day extension –No later than 24 hrs before the due time –Application does not automatically give an extension –Please refer to the ACU policy regarding extensions Grades/Marks NB: marks will NOT be changed – your grade is final •You can query comments and review your paper •If you think there has been a mistake e.g. addition of marks contact the LIC Before a request for review of a grade: •Make an appointment with Student Advocacy to discuss your grade •Make an appointment with the LIC to discuss prior to lodging an appeal •Review ACU assessment appeals policy to see if you meet the criteria for an appeal •Yo ucannotrequest a review just because you do not like your mark or are not happy Resources No formal text for this unit however: •A reference list was developed from current representative texts included in other second year units. These have been provided to enable a wide range of sources to enhance the learning outcomes for the unit (refer to unit outline). •Preference is for students to access material from current literature and journals. Resources are available weekly under each case study on the LEO site. 10 11 12 2/02/2021 5 Clinical Key Nursing •Library has purchased free online access to Elsevier textbooks e.g. Brown et. al., Bryant & Knights, Craft & Gordon, Forrester & Griffiths; Hamlin et al plus a range of articles and other resources e.g. articles. •Clinical Key Nursing ‐ Access this as follows: – 1.Go to Library website – databases 2.Select C – go to Clinical Key for Nursing incorporating Clinical Skills 3.Select books – Put in first letter of the book e.g. L for Lewis (med surg), P for pharmacology or perioperative, U for understanding (patho); E for essentials (law); You can also search by term for articles and chapters in books What the nurse needs to know to provide safe care e.g. •Patient is nauseated ‐ Physiological processes of nausea & vomiting ‐ Nursing interventions to alleviate nausea & vomiting ‐ Knowledge of anti‐emetics before administration •Patient is in pain ‐ Physiological processed of pain perception and transmission ‐ Nursing interventions to assess and & alleviate pain ‐ Knowledge of analgesics before administration Case studies in weekly tutorials Case studies in weekly tutorials •4 case studies over the semester using case‐based learning (CBL) •Tutorials will be based on group work and class activities that apply to each case scenario each week. •Pre reading on LEO is required/mandatory prior to class attendance. •Without completing the pre readings you will not be able to participate fully in the tutorial class and will be left behind. (Adult based self‐directed learning) 13 14 15
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