NURS 4628 Special Populations – nursing assignment tutor

NURS 4628
This course introduces holistic nursing care for special populations across the lifespan.  Emphasis is on using the evidence-based practice for professional collaborative management of vulnerable populations. A variety of clinical experiences will be used to apply caring, evidence-based, professional nursing care for special populations. The focus will be on professional collaborative management of vulnerable populations emphasizing patient safety and quality care.
Prerequisite
NURS 3615 & NURS 3617
Corequisite
Successful completion of, or concurrent enrollment in NURS 4626 and NURS 4329.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

Professionalism: Demonstrate and apply professional and ethical behavior in both clinical and didactic settings.
Patient-Centered Care: Develop or review an individualized plan of care for patients from the following special populations: pregnancy, birth, postpartum, newborn, cognitive or developmental disabilities, and children with psychiatric conditions.

Evidenced-Based Practice (EBP): Analyze and apply evidence-based best practices to evaluate and improve patient outcomes.
Informatics & Technology: Apply informatics and technology in environments using ATI, Elsevier, Canvas, or other websites/software programs as instructed.

Quality Improvement: Determine the effectiveness of quality improvement using a systematic data-guided approach.

Teamwork and Collaboration: Maximize the effectiveness of teamwork and mutual respect with teams serving diverse patient populations.

Wellness and Prevention: Examine health, wellness, and prevention programs and their impact in a variety of communities regarding Maternal Child and Cognitive & Intellectually Disabled populations.
Leadership: Differentiate between leadership styles and how each impacts professional practice.
Safety: Discuss and evaluate safety and quality measures implemented in the work environment.

Strengths: Analyze how strengths (signature talent themes) influence the role of the student nurse and clinical decision-making.

Grading Policy and Criteria
Specific guidelines and grading criteria for all assignments are in the Modules. Final grades for the course will be determined based upon the following point assignments:
A – 90-100
B – 80-89
C – 75-79
D – 60-74
F – Below 60
Final course grades less than 75 are not rounded up.
The simple average of all exam grades including a final must first be at or above 75% in order to pass the course. Once the student has achieved a simple exam average of 75% or higher, course grades will be determined based on the weighted calculation of exams and other required course work.
Late policy: 5% will be deducted each day an assignment is past due unless prior arrangements have been made with your course faculty. Extenuating circumstances may apply.
Repeating a Course
Students repeating this course may not use previously submitted assignments nor utilize the same patients for an assignment. Submitting the same or slightly modified assignments from pervious semesters is considered self-plagiarism and is subject to academic discipline, including failing the assignment or the course.
 

Criteria for Evaluation:
Percentage of Grade:

ATI Weekly Quizzes
5%

ATI Practice & Proctored Assessments
15%

Exams
60%

Final Exam
20%

Total
100%

 

 

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