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HNB2106 - Professional Practice 2
RBM2202 - Pathophysiology & Quality Use of Medicines 2
HNB2205 - Nursing and Acute Care 2
HNB2206 - Nursing and Mental Health 2
|1.||Identify their current scope of practice and work within this;|
|2.||Apply relevant knowledge and skills and utilise a problem solving approach to the nursing management of individuals across various contexts of care;|
|3.||Explain the legislative and ethical foundations of relevant health care and treatment, in particular the roles and responsibilities of the registered nurse;|
|4.||Assess, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for individuals and families in consultation with the nursing team;|
|5.||Demonstrate health assessment knowledge and skills in physical assessment;|
|6.||Demonstrate skills in the practice of medication management (including drug calculation, knowledge of medication used, medication orders etc.);|
|7.||Utilise culturally appropriate communication, assessment and intervention strategies.|
|8.||Describe the clinical manifestations and collaborative management of common acute health disorders (Acute Care placement)|
|9.||Describe the clinical manifestations and collaborative management of common psychiatric disorders (Mental Health placement)|
|10.||Perform a mental health status examination (Mental Health placement);|
|11.||Utilise psychotherapeutic communication skills in mental health nursing (Mental Health placement);|
|12.||Demonstrate assessment skills in mental health risk assessment and crisis (Mental Health placement).|
|Practicum||Summative Assessment Australian Nursing Standards Assessment Tool (ANSAT)||Pass/Fail|
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