HNB2001 - Contemporary Nursing A
HNB2002 - Contemporary Nursing and Mental Health A
|1.||Articulate critical thinking and clinical reasoning in relation to evidence-based nursing practice in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the treatment and management of acute and chronic conditions across the lifespan in primary, secondary and tertiary settings building on previous learning;|
|2.||Demonstrate understanding related to the nursing standards, nursing code of conduct, code of ethics and legal considerations with the inclusion of digital health encompassing the care of the patient with acute and chronic conditions.|
|3.||Evaluate pathophysiological concepts, processes, progression and complications associated with acute and chronic conditions, of the neurological, musculoskeletal, reproductive and gastro-intestinal systems linking pharmacotherapeutics and quality use of medicines to inform patient care;|
|4.||Advocate the importance of cultural awareness within nursing practice, the engagement of the patient in decision making and the role of the interprofessional healthcare team;|
|5.||Exhibit mastery of drug calculation and principles of safe medication administration within scope of practice; and|
|6.||Exemplify professionalism through team collaboration, documentation, clinical handover and therapeutic communication in the safe delivery of person-centred care within their current scope of practice.|
|Assignment||Written Assignment (Case study: Clinical Reasoning Cycle: 1500 words)||35%|
|Other||OSCA Practical Skill and Reflection||15%|
|Examination||Case study (Patient Scenario and Questions)||50%|
|Test||Medication Calculation Test (hurdle)||0%|
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