Degree Year 2

N3643 Child and Adolescent Heath
Credit 30
Aim:
The module aims to equip students with the fundamentals of paediatric nursing knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable them to care competently and ethically for children of different age groups during health and illness, considering the family’s role.

ILOs
1.Critically discuss the medical, nursing and other supportive sciences that are integrated in the process of supporting families and caring for different age groups from birth to adolescence in health and illness.

2. Differentiate between normal and abnormal growth and development of different age groups from birth to adolescence based on developmental theories in order to identify nursing care strategies.

3. Analyse data after implementing the assessment tools to formulate nursing diagnosis and a priority care plan for children of different age groups from birth to adolescence, taking into account the socio-cultural perspectives that influence the child’s health status.

4. Demonstrate competency in a wide range of skills that are needed to provide safely collaborated care for the children from birth to adolescence.

5. Present formally and informally information/ health education session to a range of audiences using ICT applications to develop appropriate material.

6. Exercise search, writing, analytical, problem solving, team work approaches, and time management as well as communication, and education skills.

Learning Experiences:

Lecture and Discussion 60
Tutorial 40
Skills Lab Training 80
WBL 120

Assessment Pattern
Formative:
Formative assessment will include:
2 quizzes
OSCA

Summative Assessmwent:

Case Based Exam 100% 3hrs
OSCA/WBL
WBL practice record (to achieve a WBL pass a satisfactory professional assessment is required and 80% in the attendance log) Pass/fail

Theoretical Content

Unit: 1
•Relationship between children, their family and nurse.
•Medical and nursing perspectives of child health nursing.
•Community based nursing care of the child and the family.
•Family influences that affect child’s health promotion.
•Social, cultural, and religious impacts on the child’s health promotion.
•Developmental and genetic influences on the child’s health promotion.

Unit: 2
•Assessment of the child and family.
•Communication and physical assessment of the child.
•Pain assessment and management in children.

Unit: 3
•Family centred care of the new- born, infant, early childhood, school aged children, and adolescents:
•Heath promotion of the new-born until the adolescence and family.

Unit: 4
•Family centred care of the child with special needs.
•Quality of life for children living with chronic or complex diseases.
•Impact of the cognitive or sensory impairment on the child and family.
•Family centred home care.

Unit: 5
•Medical background of the common health problems from birth to adolescence and its nursing care.
Practical Content
•Physical and physiological measurement.
•Bathing procedures.
•Incubator care.
•Feeding procedures.
•Medication administration in paediatrics.
•Handling and positioning.
•Chest physiotherapy.
•Oxygen therapy
•Nebulizer theory.
•Suctioning procedures.
•Mechanical restrain.

Main Text:
•BINDLER, R. M., BALL, J., & BALL, J. (2012). Clinical skills manual for Principles of pediatric nursing: caring for children. Boston, Pearson.

•JOHNSON, J. Y., & KEOGH, J. E. (2010). Paediatric nursing demystified. New York, McGraw-Hill Medical.

•KYLE, T., & CARMAN, S. (2013). Essentials of paediatric nursing. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

•LADEWIG, P. W., LONDON, M. L., & DAVIDSON, M. R. (2010). Contemporary maternal-newborn nursing care. New York, Pearson.

•LONDON, M. L. (2011). Maternal & child nursing care. Upper Saddle River, N.J., Pearson Education.

•RICCI, S. S., KYLE, T., & CARMAN, S. (2013). Maternity and paediatric nursing. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

•TRIGG, E., & MOHAMMED, T. A. (2010). Practices in children's nursing: guidelines for hospital and community. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

•WONG, D. L., HOCKENBERRY, M. J., & WILSON, D. (2011). Wong's nursing care of infants and children. St. Louis, Mo, Mosby/Elsevier.


N3642  Family Health, Reproductive Health and Maternal Newborn Health

Credit 30

Aim:
The module is designed to provide students with the basic medical and nursing knowledge, skills and attitudes that are needed to safety care for women during their maternity cycle and during the treatment of gynaecological conditions in addition to providing safe care to the new- born and support to the family.

ILOs:
1. Critically discuss of the normal structure and function of the female‘s and male‘s reproductive systems, and the physiological as well as the psychological adaptation that are significant and correlated to sexuality, pregnancy, labour and puerperium.

2. Differentiate between the normal and the abnormal signs and symptoms that appear in women during pregnancy, labour, puerperium as well as throughout woman’s life span.

3. Utilise convenient assessment tools to identify women’s health needs during pregnancy, labour and puerperium as well as the health status of the foetus/the new-born.

4. Demonstrate competency in a wide range of skills that are needed to participate effectively with the health team to provide a safe quality care to women during pregnancy, labour and puerperium based on needs assessment and a developed priority evidence based nursing care plan.

5. Present an educational session for women based on their needs after developing appropriate materials using ICT applications.

6. Exercise search, writing, analytical, problem solving, team work approach, and time management as well as communication, education skills.

Learning Experinces:
Lecture and Discussion   60
Tutorial                                       40
Skills lab training                 80
WBL                                          120

Formative Assessment :
2 quizzes
OSCA

Summative Assessment
Case based exam
OSCA/ WBL
WBL practice record (to achieve a WBL pass a satisfactory professional assessment is required and 80% in the attendance log)

Theoretical Content
Unit: 1  ·        
Structure and function of the reproductive system.
Unit: 2 ·        
Nursing theories used in caring for women during normal pregnancy, labour and puerperium.
Unit: 3 ·       
  Nursing care applied to high-risk pregnancy, abnormal labour and puerperium complications.
Unit: 4 ·        
Common family planning methods. ·        
Counselling principles for contraceptive use. ·        
Nursing care for gynaecological disorders.

Practical Content       
  Antenatal care related manual skills (that include assessment, develop care plan and implementing convenient nursing interventions). ·         Labour stages related care and skills (that include assessment for both the mother and fetus, develop a care plan, which is based on findings and implement convenient nursing interventions). ·        
Postnatal care related skills (that include assessment for both mother and her new- born, develop a care plan and implement convenient nursing interventions). ·        
Counselling and educational skills for contraceptive use (that include assessment, development of the counselling\educational sessions and implement the session with patients). ·        
Practice safety and infection control measures.

Main Text:
·BUTKUS, S. C. (2015). Maternal-neonatal nursing made incredibly easy! Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ·  DURHAM, R. F., CHAPMAN, L., & CHAPMAN, L. (2014). Maternal-new born nursing: the critical components of nursing care. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company. ·        
. LADEWIG, P. W., LONDON, M. L., & DAVIDSON, M. R. (2010). Contemporary maternal-new born nursing care. New York, Pearson. ·         . .MCKINNEY, E. S. (2013). Maternal-child nursing. St. Louis, Missouri, Elsevier/Saunders. ·         PERRY, S. E., HOCKENBERRY, M. J., .LOWDERMILK, D. L., & WILSON, D. (2014). Maternal child nursing care. ·         PILLITTERI, A. (2014). Maternal & child health nursing: care of the childbearing & childrearing family. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ·         RICCI, S. S., KYLE, T., & .CARMAN, S. (2013). Maternity and paediatric nursing. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

N3646 Health Promotion and Use of Educational Technology

Credit : 20
Aim:

The module will provide students with the fundamentals of health promotion knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to incorporate it as an integral part of nursing practice in different health care settings and communities.

ILOs
1. Demonstrate critical understanding of health promotion concepts, principles and strategies used to maintain health and wellness of individuals, groups, and communities.

2. Analyse the outcomes of health promotion/assessment tools based on the factors that affect the health of individuals, groups, and communities to identify their needs.

3. Use a range of information technology applications to develop and implement effectively a health promotion session with appropriate materials for a given age group based on their identified health needs.

Learning Experinces:
Lecture and discussion   40
Tutorial                                       20
Self learning Activities (Blended Learning) 140

Formative Assessment:
Group create and present a micro- health promotion session to peer.

Summative Assessment:
Conduct an effective health promotion session after developing health promotion materials using information technology  50%
Individually prepared reflective paper about the whole process 2000 words  50%

Content:
Unit: 1 ·        
Health promotion concept ·       
Tools used to dedicate the health promotion teaching\counselling needs.

Unit: 2 ·        
Principles of health promotion for wellness in nursing: ·        
Promotion for wellness in nursing. ·        
Promotion for wellness in patient care activities. ·        
Strategies for teaching patients to promote wellness.

Unit: 3 ·        
Strategies for promoting wellness for all patients. ·        
Teaching patients to protect their health. ·        
Stress management. ·        
Spiritual wellness. ·        
Overview of complementary and alternative medicine. ·       
  Nutritional wellness. ·        
Physical activity and musculoskeletal wellness.

Unit: 4 ·        
Nursing actions for specific aspects of health promotion. ·        
Weight management and Digestive wellness ·       
 Cardiovascular wellness ·        
Respiratory  wellness ·        
Urinary wellness ·        
Visual wellness ·        
Hearing wellness ·        
Sexual wellness ·        
Sleeping wellness

Main Text:

HUERTA, C. G., & MAVILLE, J. A. (2012). Health promotion in nursing. Albany, N.Y., Delmar. ·        
MURRAY, R. B. (2014). Health promotion strategies through the life span. Pearson. ·        
PENDER, N. J. (2014). Health promotion in nursing practice. Pearson. ·        
PENDER, N. J., MURDAUGH, C. L., & PARSONS, M. A. (2011). Health promotion in nursing practice. Upper Saddle River, N.J., Pearson. ·         SCRIVEN, A., & EWLES, L. (2010). Promoting health: a practical guide. Edinburgh, Baillière Tindall/Elsevier.

N3644  Introduction to Research, Mathematics and Statistics

Credit
20

Aim:
The module is designed to develop student's awareness regarding the role of scientific research in professional nursing career development. It will equip students with the fundamentals of scientific research, mathematics and statistics emphasizing the ethical control throughout its process that will enable students to conduct, interpret and use research findings in their professional nursing roles.

ILOs:

1. Justify the importance of conducting scientific research to the nursing profession.
2. Examine of the overall steps of each qualitative, quantitative research method as well as the ethical issues associated with research conduct,
3. Critically appraise the qualitative and the quantitative research designs.
4. Evaluate numerical and graphical data, as well as the statistical methods that are appropriate to different research designs.
5. Write a critique report based on evidence about the different aspects of the qualitative and the quantitative studies.
6. Exercise analytical, problem solving, writing and critique skills.

Learning Experinces:
Lecture and Discussion  60
Tutorial                                        40
Student activities            100

Formative Assessment
Group's activities: each group will develop a proposal for research study that will be criticised exchangeable between groups.

Summative Asseesment:
Unseen exam (will contain different types of questions like: MCQ- short answers- complete)    50%
Write research critique about one selected qualitative and quantitative research design each one 1250 words   50%

Content:
Unit: 1 ·        
The importance of research in nursing field.
Unit: 2 ·        
Scientific research process.
Unit: 3 ·        
Scientific research process applied to each qualitative and quantitative studies.
Unit: 4 ·       
  Statistical methods and research design.

Main Text:

·
BASAVANTHAPPA, B. T. (2014). Nursing research and statistics. New Delhi, India : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers.
·  KIM, M., & MALLORY, C. (2014). Statistics for evidence-based practice in nursing. Burlington, MA, Jones & Bartlett Learning.
·   LANGFORD, R., & YOUNG, A. (2013). Making a difference with nursing research. Boston, Pearson.
·  NIESWIADOMY, R. M. (2012). Foundations of nursing research. Boston, Pearson
·  POLIT, D. F., & POLIT, D. F. (2014). Statistics and data analysis for nursing research. Harlow, Pearson. SPEZIALE, H. S., & CARPENTER, D. R. (2011). Qualitative research in nursing: advancing the humanistic. ·    imperative. Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ·        
TAPPEN, R. M. (2011). Advanced nursing research: from theory to practice.

N3645 Management (1)
The module provides students with the fundamentals of the management cycle to enable them to incorporate it in the process of managing the professional nursing role, services and activities.

ILOs:

1. Demonstrate a critical understanding of the management functions, components of the management cycle and processes that are applied to the health care system and services.
2. Explain different management theories, strategic plan and emergency management principles.
3. Critically analyse the factors that contribute to effective management of health care systems in a given health care setting.
4. Write a reflective paper about the quality management systems in selected health setting.
5. Exercise managerial skills, problem solving and decision-making skills on the personal and professional level as well as search, writing and the use of IT skills.


Learning Experinces:
Lecture and Discussion       40
Tutorial                                           20
Activities                                        120

Formative Assessment :
2 quizzes
Group work to assess the managerial process in a selected organisation

Summative Assessment:
Written assignment - Write a reflective paper 2000 words about the factors that underpin the quality of managing health care systems and services based on the theoretical background in a given health care setting    100%

Content:
Unit: 1 ·        
The health care as a system (elements, pounders and levels).
Unit: 2 ·        
The management cycle and its function (controlling, directing, organising, planning, and staffing).
Unit: 3 ·        
Management theories.
Unit: 4 ·        
Fundamentals of future management.
Unit: 5 ·        
Emergency management.

Main Text:

· 
Committee, OTRWJ 2011, Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, National Academies Press, Washington, DC, USA. Available from: ProQuest ebrary. [26 January 2016].
· Healey, BJ, & Evans, TM 2014, Introduction to Health Care Services: Foundations and Challenges, Wiley, Somerset, NJ, USA. Available from: ProQuest ebrary. [26 January 2016].
· Huerta, TR, Hefner, JL, & McAlearney, AS (eds) 2014, Advances in Health Care Management, Volume 16 : Population Health Management in Health Care Organizations, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bradford, GBR. Available from: ProQuest ebrary. [26 January 2016].
· ZERWEKH, J. G., & GARNEAU, A. Z. (2011). Nursing today: transition and trends. St. Louis, Saunders.
















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