NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE

MISSION STATEMENT

Health Care Participant

SYLLABUS

  1. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
  2. A. Course Title: Health Care Participant
    B. Course Number: NU 123A - 10248
    C. Semester: Spring 2017
    D. Days/Time: T 1:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
    E. Credit Hours: 3
    F. Instructor: Stine, Misty
    G. Office: McLean Hall (MC) 115
    H. Email Address: MStine@nmjc.edu
    I. Office Phone: (575) 492-2514
    J. Office Hours: Monday: 8:00:00 AM-12:00:00 PM (MST); 1:00:00 PM-5:00:00 PM (MST);
    Tuesday: 8:00:00 AM-12:00:00 PM (MST); 1:00:00 PM-5:00:00 PM (MST);
    Wednesday: 8:00:00 AM-12:00:00 PM (MST); 1:00:00 PM-5:00:00 PM (MST);
    Thursday: 8:00:00 AM-12:00:00 PM (MST); 1:00:00 PM-5:00:00 PM (MST);
    Friday: 8:00:00 AM-12:00:00 PM (MST); 1:00:00 PM-5:00:00 PM (MST);
    I will check email daily between 8am and 5pm (Monday-Friday) and respond within 24 hours. If email is received over the weekend, I will respond by the following Monday.
    K. Time Zone: Mountain Time
    L. Prerequisite(s): Pathophysiology II, Introduction to Nursing Concepts, Principles of Nursing Practice, Evidenced-Based Practice (BSN)
    M. Corequisite(s): Nursing Pharmacology, Heath & Illness Concepts I, Assessment & Health Promotion
    N. Class Location: MC136
  3. COURSE DESCRIPTION

    This course introduces the nursing student to the attributes of the health care participant as an individual, a family, or a community. The student identifies personal values, beliefs, and attitudes regarding the health and wellness of the health care recipient. The role of nursing as related to the health of vulnerable populations and elimination of health disparities is included in course content. Protective and predictive factors influencing the health of families, groups, communities, and populations are discussed. Evidence-based practices guiding health-related teaching, counseling, screening, and outreach; disease and outbreak investigation; and health care referral and follow-up are explored. Information and communication technologies in preventive care are also included in the course content. This course provides opportunities for the student to examine the health care and emergency preparedness of the local community and the state of New Mexico. The student is given the opportunity to

  4. COURSE RATIONALE / TRANSFERABILITY

    This course is transferrable to other New Mexico nursing programs utilizing the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) statewide common curriculum. This course has no guarantee of transferability to another college or university that is not participating in NMNEC statewide common curriculum.

  5. REQUIRED / SUGGESTED COURSE MATERIALS

    Required:

    Required Course Materials
    1. Dress code for classroom activities: see Student Nurse Handbook
    2. ATI Package

    Required Textbooks:
    Books can be purchased in NMJC book store for Level 2. List includes books previously purchased for Level 1. ** Indicates Level 2 books that are included in the new Elsevier and/or Pearson Level 2 bundles available in the NMJC book store.
    Pearson Bundle ISBN: 9780134683546
    Elsevier Bundle ISBN:9780323518178

    1. Ackley, Ladwig & Flynn Makic, Nursing Diagnosis Handbook, An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care, 11th edition. (2016) Mosby/Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323322249
    2. Content Mastery Series Review Modules, Assessment Technologies Institute; LCC
    3. Giddens, Concepts for Nursing Practice, 2nd edition. (2016) Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323374736
    4. Leifer, Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 7th edition. (2015) Elsevier. ISBN: 9781455770151
    5. **Mike M Pearson Education. Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning, Volume I 2nd edition. (2015). Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 978-0-13-293427-5.
    6. **Mike M Pearson Education. Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning, Volume II 2nd edition. (2015). Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 978-0-13-293426-8.
    7. Mosby, Mosby’s Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health Professions, 10th edition. (2016) Mosby/Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323074032
    8. Nursing Concepts Online – RN 2.0 e-code. (2016) Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323446433
    9. Potter, Perry, Stockert & Hall, Fundamentals of Nursing, 9th edition. (2016) Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323327404
    10. **Stanhope, M. & Lancaster J., Foundations of Nursing in the Community: Community Oriented Practice, 4th edition. (2014) Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323100946
    11. Varcarolis, Essentials of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, 2nd edition. (2014) Elsevier. ISBN: 9780323287883

    Suggested:
    None.

    You can buy your books online at the NMJC Bookstore.

  6. GRADING POLICY

    NMNEC Course Grading Scale:



    Grading Scale Letter Grade
    90 – 100 A
    80 – 89 B
    77 – 79 C
    67 – 76 D
    0 – 66 F









    IX. Course Grading Policy:

    A grade of 77 or higher is the minimum passing grade for nursing.
    A grade of C or higher is required for all nursing courses.
    The student must pass all nursing classes in sequence prior to taking courses in the following semester(s).

    The student receives exactly the earned grade: GRADES ARE NOT ROUNDED.







    Grade Components for NU123A
    Grade % Distribution
    Examinations (60% of Total)
    Unit 1 Exam 15%
    Unit 2 Exam 15%
    Unit 3 Exam 15%
    Unit 4 Exam 15%

    Final Examination (20% of Total)
    Final Examination (comprehensive) 20%

    Assignments (10% of Total)
    Cultural Project (2 parts – Individual and Group) 10%

    ATI Proctored Exam (5% of Total)
    RN Community Health with remediation 5%

    Learning Activities
    Family Health History Pass/Fail
    Community Assessment Pass/Fail
    Community Intervention Plan Pass/Fail
    Disaster Preparedness Activity Pass/Fail
    ATI Assignments Pass/Fail
    Elsevier Nursing Concepts Online 2.0 Assignments Pass/Fail
    ATI RN Community Health Practice Assessment with
    Remediation Pass/Fail

    Total
    Total 100%

    Calculation of Course Grade:

    a. Unit Examinations (60%)

    The student will be given proctored 50 question computer exams to assess mastery of content for multiple units. Unit exams will be based on theoretical material and application of practical skills. See course calendar for dates and times.

    If it is absolutely necessary to miss an exam, the student must notify faculty at least 2 hours prior to the exam. A makeup exam will be arranged and must be taken as soon as the student returns to class. The exam may be a different version or format.

    Unit Exam Review Process:

    •Unit exams may be reviewed by the student in the classroom. Exam review is mandatory for those that make below 77% on the unit exam. Classroom will be open at 1130 or 1200 (see calendar for specific times) for exam review. The student must have the NMJC computer on and ready in Lockdown Browser by 1130 or 1200 (see calendar for specific times). There will be no admittance for exam review after the specific start time. The exam review will be finished at 1200 or 1230 (see calendar for specific times), no exceptions. You must remain in the classroom until the specified finish time or until everyone is done with their exam review. Talking or asking questions will not be allowed during the review. Please see the dates for exam review on the calendar.
    • During the review if a student disagrees with a unit exam item, the student must submit an appeal form that will be provided in class immediately after the unit exam review. The student may only write the number of the question(s) on the appeal form. The question(s) on the appeal form will be the only question(s) that may be disputed. The appeal form will be given to the curriculum coordinator and a copy given to the student. Faculty will be informed of the question(s) on the appeal form. The student will have until 1100 the next day to submit appropriate supporting documentation and page numbers from assigned readings to prove that the answer you chose is the correct answer. The student will submit the documentation in a Word document via Canvas to the curriculum coordinator and faculty. The curriculum coordinator and the faculty will then review the student’s document and make a final decision regarding the exam item. If the student disagrees with the decision, then the student may take the appeal process to the director of the nursing program.

    b. Final Examination (25%)

    There will be a proctored computer comprehensive final exam consisting of 100 questions. It will not include questions from unit exams. See course calendar for date and time.

    Final Exam Review Process:

    •Final exam may be reviewed by the student with in the classroom. Classroom will be open at 0900 for exam review. The student must have the NMJC computer on and ready in Lockdown Browser by 0900. There will be no admittance for exam review after 0900. The exam review will be finished at 1000, no exceptions. Please see the dates for exam review on the calendar.

    • During the review if a student disagrees with a final exam item, the student must submit an appeal form that will be provided in class immediately after the final exam review. The student may only write the number of the question(s) on the appeal form. The question(s) on the appeal form will be the only question(s) that may be disputed. The appeal form will be given to the curriculum coordinator and a copy given to the student. Faculty will be informed of the question(s) on the appeal form. The student will have until 1500, the day of the review, to submit appropriate supporting documentation and page numbers from assigned readings to prove that the answer you chose is the correct answer. The student will submit the documentation in a Word document via Canvas to the curriculum coordinator and faculty. The curriculum coordinator and the faculty will then review the student’s document and make a final decision regarding the exam item. If the student disagrees with the decision, then the student may take the appeal process to the director of the nursing program.

    c. Unit Exams and Final Exam Average

    The first calculation is an average of the unit exam scores and the final exam score. Each unit exam score and the final exam score are weighted equally. An average score of 77% or higher is required.

    When a score of 77% or higher is NOT earned for the unit exam scores and the final exam score average, other course grades are not eligible for computation into a final grade and the student will earn a letter grade of D or F.

    When a score of 77% or higher is earned for the unit exam scores and final exam score average, other course grades are eligible for computation into the final course average.

    Course assignment grades are calculated with other course grades to determine a final grade.

    A course-specific, grade-weighting percentage chart is included in the syllabus of each course.

    When a weighted grade of 77% or higher is NOT earned, the student earns a letter grade of D or F.

    d. Course Assignments

    An assignment is considered to be, but not limited to the following:
    • Exams, care plans, journals, standardized exams (ATIs, etc.), pass/fail assignments, quizzes, posters, presentations, and projects.
    • All assignments should be completed and submitted by due date and time.
    • If an assignment(s) is not completed by the due date, a failing grade may be earned and the grade may result in the student failing the course.

    Graded Assignments

    Late assignments (graded):
    o A late assignment is any assignment submitted after the scheduled due date and time. For example, if an assignment is due by 5:00 pm on a certain day but turned in after 5:00pm on that date, the assignment will be considered one day late.
    o Ten (10) points will be deducted from a late assignment grade for each day the assignment is late.
    o After 10 consecutive days, the student will receive a grade of “0” for the assignment; however, all late assignments must be satisfactorily completed and submitted.
    o All late (printed) assignments must be clocked-in using the time clock in the Nursing Program Office and the clock stamp must be performed in the presence of a nursing program employee. If the assignment was to be turned in on Canvas, the student must email the assignment to his/her instructor and it will be timed and dated according to the time and date the email was sent.
    o All late (printed) assignments must be initialed by a nursing program employee when turned in.
    o Printed assignments must be turned in during Nursing Program Office business hours.

    Pass/Fail Assignments

    The student must satisfactorily complete all pass/fail assignments and achieve at least the designated minimum passing score for the assignment (if specified) in order to pass the course. Failure to complete all assignments in the course may result in course failure.

    A pass/fail assignment is one in which the student is required to complete by the designated due date. Additionally, Module Zero must be completed by the due date, for every course, every semester, no exceptions.

    For most pass/fail assignments, the assignment is considered “passed” when it is completed by the due date regardless of the achieved score. Some pass/fail assignments may have a designated score that must be achieved by the due date in order to pass; however, this score does not count in the overall grade for the course (these pass/fail assignments will be specified in the syllabus).
    If the assignment is not completed by the due date, it is considered “failed” and the following consequences will be assigned to the student:

    • 1st missed assignment:

    o The student will be placed on an action plan by his/her advisor and will be required to complete an alternate assignment by the specified time. This assignment will be related to the content of the assignment missed and may be in another format. If the alternate assignment is not completed by the specified time, it will count as the 2nd missed assignment (see below).

    • 2nd missed assignment:

    o Student will be placed on a learning contract by his/her advisor and will be required to write a paper on professionalism. A rubric and guidelines for the paper will be provided and must be followed. The learning contract will continue with the student throughout enrollment in the nursing program.

    • 3rd missed assignment:

    o Student will be required to meet with the Administrative Nursing Review Committee to discuss repetition of the unprofessional behavior. The student may earn a failing grade for the course and be unable to progress to the next level in the nursing program.




    Cultural Project (10%)

    Students will complete an individual assignment as well as a group presentation. Groups and culture will be assigned on the first day of class. A rubric will be provided for both parts of the assignment and a peer evaluation will be part of the overall grade for this assignment.
    ATI Proctored Exam (5%)

    The student will take proctored exams and remediate. The student will earn a grade per the ATI grading policy. See grading policy below.

    ATI Testing Policy - Content Mastery Series Proctored Examinations
    (Levels 2, 3, 4, and 5 only)

    Step 1: Complete Practice Assessment and Remediation
    ● Minimum of one (1) hour Focused Review
    ● Complete an Active Learning Template for each topic missed
    40 Points



    Step 2: First Proctored Assessment and Remediation
    Achieve Level 3 Achieve Level 2 Achieve Level 1 Achieve Below Level 1
    ● Minimum 1 hour Focused Review
    ● Complete an Active Learning Template for each topic missed ● Minimum 2 hours Focused Review
    ● Complete an Active Learning Template for each topic missed ● Minimum 3 hours Focused Review
    ● Complete an Active Learning Template for each topic missed
    ● Write 3 critical points for each topic missed ● Minimum 4 hours Focused Review
    ● Complete an Active Learning Template for each topic missed
    ● Write 3 critical points for each topic missed
    40 Points 30 Points 10 Points 0 Points



    Step 3: Second Proctored Assessment - Retake
    Achieve Level 3 Achieve Level 2 Achieve Level 1 Achieve Below Level 1
    Retake (Optional) Retake (Optional) Retake (Required) Retake (Required)
    20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points


    Total points earned when the
    Practice, First Proctored, and Second Proctored
    assessments and remediation activities are completed
    100 Points 90 Points 70 Points 60 Points


    Pass/Fail Assignments (Family Health History, Community Assessment, Community Intervention Plan, Disaster Preparedness Activity, ATI Activities, and Elsevier)

    The student must complete all assigned activities in Elsevier Nursing Concepts Online (NCO) 2.0, and ATI as assigned in the syllabus/course schedule. Specific guidelines will be discussed during class. Rubrics will be posted in Canvas modules. Instructors may use these assignments in class, as homework, or as a ticket to class. These assignments are pass/fail.

    STUDENT RECEIVE EXACTLY EARNED GRADE. GRADES ARE NOT ROUNDED.

    Incomplete Grade
    - See Student Nurse Handbook

    Progression to Level III, Semester III of the Nursing Program

    The student must achieve a final course grade of 'C' (77%) or higher for NU124A, and
    NU123, NU123A and NU123B to be eligible to progress to Level III, Semester III of the
    Nursing Program.

    General Course Assignment Policies

    - See Student Nurse Handbook

    X. Class and/or Laboratory Attendance and Tardy
    - See Student Nurse Handbook

    XI. Examination Policies
    - See Student Nurse Handbook

    XII. Student Advising and Portfolio
    - See Student Nurse Handbook

  7. INSTITUTIONAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    New Mexico Junior College’s institutional student learning outcomes represent the knowledge and abilities developed by students attending New Mexico Junior College. Upon completion students should achieve the following learning outcomes along with specific curriculum outcomes for respective areas of study:

  8. DEPARTMENTAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    Upon successful completion of Level Two, the student will:

    1. Recognize and assess diverse patients’ values, beliefs, and attitudes related to health.
    2. Apply safety measures to well patient populations.
    3. Implement evidence-based practices in care of well populations across the lifespan.
    4. Adhere to policies and procedures in healthcare delivery settings.
    5. Communicate with other healthcare providers to meet the needs of well patients.
    6. Utilize informatics for well patient care.

  9. SPECIFIC COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will: Level Objective
    1. Describe the scope, risk factors, physiologic processes, attributes, and clinical management of selected concepts and exemplars across the lifespan. L2.
    2. Discuss evidence based practices and healthcare standards of care related to the concepts/exemplars of the course. L2.3
    3. Explain the collaboration necessary related to the concepts/exemplars of the course. L2.5
    4. Utilize informatics and resources related to the concepts/exemplars of the course. L2.6
    5. Integrate considerations of normal physiology and healthy adaptations into nursing practice of patients across the lifespan. L2.1
    6. Examine the health care and emergency preparedness needs of the local
    community and state of New Mexico. L2.2, L2.4
    7. Identify clinical prevention and population focused interventions with attention to
    effectiveness, efficiency, cost effectiveness, and equity. L2.3

  10. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    The above outline/schedule is tentative and subject to change
    The student is responsible for material presented in class and all assigned reading whether or not the assigned material has been discussed in class. The instructor may change the outline as warranted or needed.

  11. GENERAL/MISCELLANEOUS

    Students will be held responsible for the information on these pages.

    Academic Honesty
    Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in online academic and professional matters. The College reserves the right to take disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, against any student who is found guilty of academic dishonesty or otherwise fails to meet these standards. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other College records. Cheating or gaining illegal information for any type of graded work is considered dishonest and will be dealt with accordingly.

    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
    Any student requiring special accommodations should contact the Special Needs Student Services Coordinator at (575) 492-2576 or by e-mail at specialneeds@nmjc.edu.

    Attendance Policy
    Attendance is required at every session of each course for which the student is enrolled. When unavoidable circumstances make attendance impossible, students must provide a satisfactory explanation of their absences to their professors. College-sponsored activities are considered excused absences and the appropriate sponsor of those students who will be absent from class will notify professors. Students having absences due to college-sponsored activities will need to make arrangements with the affected classes / professor to take care of required work; however, arrangements for make-ups should be made within a reasonable time frame, usually within one week of the absence. Regarding make-up work, absences due to late registration are considered the same as regular absences.

    Cell Phones/Pagers
    All cell phones and pagers must be turned off when the student is participating in any lecture, laboratory, or other learning activity.

    Classroom Conduct
    The professor is responsible for maintaining a class environment best suited for effective learning. By registering for this class, the student is assumed to have entered into an agreement with New Mexico Junior College and the professor to attend the class regularly and to behave in an appropriate manner at all times. Disruptive behavior may result in the student being removed from the class.

    Food and Drink Policy
    Food items and soft drinks may not be consumed in NMJC classrooms. Students are also discouraged from bringing food and drink items into the classroom even though these items remain in sealed packaging. Bottled water is permissible.

    No Children in the Classroom
    In order to adhere to instructional procedures as well as maintain the safety of children, NMJC’s policy of no children in the classrooms (lecture, lab, etc.) will be followed.

    Plagiarism
    Offering the work of another as one’s own, without proper acknowledgment, is plagiarism; therefore, any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expression of material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines and other reference works, or from the themes, reports, or other writings of a fellow student, is guilty of plagiarism. Plagiarism violates the academic honesty policy and is considered cheating.

    Smoking/Use of Tobacco
    New Mexico Junior College is cognizant of the health hazards associated with smoking / use of tobacco for the smoker, as well as the non-smoker. In an effort to provide a healthy environment for students, employees, and others who may frequent the campus, NMJC prohibits smoking / use of tobacco inside any campus building or facility.

    Tutoring Assistance
    Free tutoring services are available to all NMJC students through Brainfuse and the Academic Success Center located in Mansur Hall room 123 and 124.

    Withdrawal Policy
    Regular, punctual attendance is required for all classes at NMJC. Although the professor has the right to drop any student who has missed the equivalent of 2 weeks of instruction (based on a 16 week semester) whether it’s a face to face, online, or a hybrid course, it is not guaranteed that the professor will drop the student. If the student chooses to stop attending a class, he/she should withdraw from the class by accessing your student account in the T-Bird Web Portal at www.nmjc.edu, or submitting the required paperwork to the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, 2017. All students are encouraged to discuss their class status with the professor prior to withdrawing from the class.

  12. CRITICAL INCIDENT AND EVACUATION PLAN
  13. ACADEMIC CALENDAR
  14. FINALS SCHEDULE
  15. COURSE OUTLINE

    NU123A Health Care Participant

    Spring 2017

    Week/Date/Time

    Unit/Assigned Concept/Exemplars

    Reading/Assignments/Exams

    Week 1

    Tuesday, January 17th

    1300-1600

     

    Begin Unit 1

    Development

    • Developmental Assessment
    • Developmental Implications of Patient Education

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concept 1
    • Leifer:  Chapters 15-20 pgs. 350-468
    • Pearson Vol 2: Module 25 pgs. 1647-1679
    • Potter and Perry: Chapter 11

    Week 2

    Tuesday, January 24th

    1300-1600

     

    Unit 1

    Development

    • Nursing Implications of Individual Developmental Stages

     

    Functional Ability

    • Functional Assessment of Elders and Children

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concept 2
    • Leifer:  Chapters 15-20
    • Potter and Perry: Chapters 12, 13, & 14

     

    Tutoring for Unit 1 Exam 1600-1630

    Week 3

    Tuesday, January 31st

    1300-1600

     

     

     

    Begin Unit 2

    Individual

    • Patient Centered Care

     

     

     

     

    Form Culture Groups, Work on Presentation details

    Unit 1 Exam 1300-1430

     

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concepts 6 & 7
    • Pearson Vol 2: Module 29 pgs. 1831-1837
    • Potter and Perry:  Chapter 34 Self-Concept pgs. 701-715
    • QSEN competencies – patient centered care qsen.org

    Week 4

    Tuesday, February 7th

    1300-1600

     

    Unit 2

    Family

    • Family Assessment
    • Family Centered Care

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concept 3
    • Leifer: Chapter 22
    • Pearson Vol. 2: Module 26: Family
    • Potter and Perry:  Chapter 10
    • Stanhope and Lancaster:  Chapters 18, 19, & 20

     

    Assignment:

    1. Family Health History due in canvas 02/14/17 by 2359

    Unit 1 Exam Review 1600-1630

     

    Week 5

    Tuesday, February 14th

    1300-1600

     

    Begin Unit 3

    Culture –Introduction

     

     

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens: Concept 4
    • Pearson Vol 2:  Module 24
    • Leifer: Chapter 34

     

    Unit 2 Tutoring 1600-1630

    Week 6

    Tuesday, February 21st

    1300-1600

     

     

     

    Unit 3

    Culture

    • Cultural Competence using RESPECT model
    • Cultural Self-Awareness
    • NM Cultures, Especially Anglo, Hispanic, Native American
    • Military Culture

    Unit 2 Exam 1300-1430

     

    Required Readings:

    • Potter and Perry:  Chapter 9 pgs. 101-116
    • Stanhope and Lancaster: Chapter 5

     

    Week 7

    Tuesday, February 28th

    1300-1600

    Unit 3

    Health Care Disparities

    • Social Determinants of Health
    • NM Health Disparities
    • Health Disparities in Local Community
    • US and Global Health Disparities
    • Social Justice/Health Care Equality

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concept 54
    • Stanhope and Lancaster:  Chapters 7-8 & 21-25

     

     

     

     

     

    Unit 2 Exam Review 1600-1630

    Week 8

    Tuesday, March 7th

    1300-1600

    Unit 3

    Spirituality

    • Spiritual Beliefs and Relationship to Health and Illness
    • Spiritual Needs Assessment (TJC)

    Required Readings:

    • Giddens:  Concept 5
    • Pearson Vol. 2:  Module 30
    • Potter and Perry: Chapter 36 pgs. 733-749
    • Stanhope and Lancaster:  Chapter 29

     

    Assignments:

    1. Individual Assignment piece of Cultural Project, Cultural Presentation and Group Peer Evaluations for Cultural Project – See Rubrics – are due in Canvas by 2359 on 03/07/17

    Unit 3 Tutoring 1600-1630

    Week 9

    Tuesday, March 14th

    1300-1600

    Unit 3

    Culture

    Cultural Presentations:  Groups will present assigned Culture. – See Rubrics

    Week 10

    Tuesday, March 21st

    1300-1600

     

     

    Begin Unit 4

    Community

    • Population Health
    • Environmental Health Assessment

    Unit 3 Exam 1300-1430

     

    Required Readings:

    • Potter and Perry: Chapter 3 pgs. 31-40
    • Stanhope and Lancaster: Chapters 1-3, 6, & 9-13
    • Pearson Vol 2: Module 47

     

    Assignment:

    • Community Assessment due in Canvas by 04/04/16 by 2359.

    Week 11

    Tuesday, March 28th

    1300-1600

     

     

    No Class,

    Spring Break!

     

    Week 12

    Tuesday, April 4th

    1300-1600

    Unit 4

    Community

    • Vulnerable Populations

    Required Readings:

    • Stanhope and Lancaster:  Chapters 16-17 & 26-27
    • Review Stanhope and Lancaster: Chapters 21-25

     

    Assignment:

    1.  Community Intervention Plan (in class – groups)

     

    Unit 3 Exam Review 1600-1630

    Week 13

    Tuesday, April 11th

    1300-1600

     

     

     

     

     

    Unit 4

    Community

    • Disaster Preparedness

    1st Proctored ATI Assessment: Community – remediate per policy and submit in Canvas by 2359 on 04/18/2017

     

    Required Readings:

    • Stanhope and Lancaster:  Chapters 14-15
    • Pearson Vol. 2: Module 46

     

    Assignment:

    1. ATI Practice Assessment:  Community – non-proctored practice assessment must be completed by 4-14-17 and all remediation must be completed and submitted in Canvas by 2359 on 4-25-17

    Week 14

    Tuesday, April 18th

    1300-1600

    Unit 4

    Community

    • Disaster Preparedness (cont’d)

    Required Readings:

    • TBA

     

    Assignment:

    1. Disaster Preparedness Activity (in class)

     

    Unit 4 Tutoring 1600-1630

    Week 15

    Tuesday, April 25th

    1300-1600

    No new content

    Unit 4 Exam 1300-1430

     

    2nd Proctored ATI Assessment:  Community – remediate per policy and submit in Canvas by 2359 on 05/02/17

    Week 16

    Tuesday, May 2nd

    1300-1600

     

    Review for Final

     

     

     

    NMNEC Evaluations

     

    Week 17

    Tuesday, May 9th

    0900-1100

    All NU123A Concepts

    Comprehensive Final Exam