HNB3102 - Nursing Professional Practice 2
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HNB2206 - Nursing and Mental Health 2
RBM2202 - Pathophysiology & Quality Use of Medicines 2
|1.||Further expand knowledge and clinical decision making through the completion of problem based scenarios in relation to patients with a range of complex problems related to shock and other conditions;|
|2.||Integrate previous knowledge about pathophysiology and pharmacology to utilise a problem based approach in decision making about complex patients with acute and chronic illnesses;|
|3.||Demonstrate an integrated interprofessional approach to the assessment and delivery of nursing and medical interventions to people with complex care requirements via simulations and in the laboratory;|
|4.||Explain the need for safe practice for the preparation and administration of medications for people with complex conditions in a range of settings;|
|5.||Examine previous knowledge and skills that will encourage an understanding of how to take an interdisciplinary approach to care planning for patients;|
|6.||Consolidate previous knowledge about shock management and the perioperative patient experience and integrate into the care of patients having planned or emergency surgery in the perioperative and critical care environments;|
|7.||Demonstrate mastery in complex drug calculations;|
|8.||Demonstrate knowledge, critical thinking and skills in complex psychomotor nursing interventions.|
|Other||Participation in online activities (1000 words)||20%|
|Other||OSCA (skill testing) (10 minutes)||10%|
|Examination||Written Examination (2 hours)||70%|
|Test||Drug Calculation Mastery - 20 minutes||0%|
Smeltzer & Bare's Textbook of medical surgical nursing, 4th ed.
Farrell, M. & Dempsey, J. (2017)
Sydney. Williams and Wilkins
Clinical psychomotor skills: Assessment tools for nurses 6th ed.
Tollefson, J. & Hillman, E. (2016)
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