Essay about Nursing 4510

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[pic] Syllabus Course Description This course focuses on transition from technical nursing to professional nursing. The course addresses the scope and standards of nursing practice, ethical and legal components of practice, information management and application of patient technology, and inter- and intra-professional communication and collaboration for improving patient health outcomes. Prerequisites The student must: 1. Be admitted to the Ohio University School of Nursing; and 2. Hold a current license to practice as a registered nurse (RN) or be in Ohio University’s AND Capstone course. Credit: 4 credit hours |Clinical hours |0 hours per week | |Laboratory hours…show more content…
(Reissue). American Nurses Association (ANA). Silver Spring, MD: Nursesbook.org ISBN-13:978-1-55810-258-3 Available from: http://nursesbooks.org/Main-Menu/Ethics/Guide-to-the-Code-of-Ethics-for-Nurses.aspx Burkhardt, M. & Nathaniel, A. (2008). Ethics & issues: In contemporary nursing, (3rd ed.) Clifton Park, NJ: Delmar ISBN-13: 978-1-4180-4274-5 American Psychological Association (APA), (2011). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, (6th ed.). Washington, D.C. ISBN-13: 978-1-4338-0561-5 Textbooks are required and can be purchased from the ED MAP Online Bookstore (http://www.edmapbookstore.com/storefront/index/OUBSP) or from most online book retailers. Course Assignments and Grading |Graded Course Components |Points | |Week 1 | | |Self-Test Activity: Program Orientation |15 points |5% | |APA Exercise #1 |10 points |2.5% | |APA Exercise #2 |5
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