HNB2003 - Contemporary Nursing B
HNB2005 - Contemporary Nursing and Mental Health B
|1.||Appraise knowledge and further expand clinical decision making through critical thinking and skills in contemporary nursing interventions in current health priorities;|
|2.||Integrate previous knowledge about pathophysiology and pharmacotherapeutics and quality use of medicines to utilise a systematic problem-solving and evidence-based approach in decision making about patients with acute, chronic and mental health issues across the lifespan and cultural contexts;|
|3.||Exemplify intraprofessional and interprofessional communication skills and a collaborative approach to the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and documentation of person-centred care in acute and mental health care across the lifespan; and|
|4.||Analyse and reflect upon professional nursing practice and the safe delivery of ethical and culturally competent care within their current scope of practice as a student registered nurse.|
|Other||Part A - Online Simulation Scenario||15%|
|Assignment||Part B - Online Simulation Reflection (written assignment 500 words)||20%|
|Assignment||Evidence based Case Study (written assignment 1500 words)||50%|
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