NUR2832 Course Introduction
NUR2834 Advanced Nursing Practicum (NUR2834)
NUR2838 Assessment for Nursing Practice II (NUR2838)
NUR2840 Care of the Diverse Patient II (NUR2840)
NUR2850 Community Health and Wellness I (NUR2850)
Course Type: Lab
Students will be required to register for all course components, including but not limited to:
• Participation in online lectures.
• A completed assignment.
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NUR2832 Course Description
This course is designed for graduates of NUR2755 and is an extension of the topic covered in the course. Students will have a better understanding of how multidimensional care needs to be managed in both the acute and long-term health care setting. Topics include client assessment, care planning, communication strategies, health promotion and disease prevention interventions, and utilization review. This course has a 4.0 lecture hour requirement (two hours per week). Prerequisites: Completion of NUR2755 or instructor consent.
Week Topic Chapters
1 Introduction 2-3
2 Assessment & Diagnosis 4-7
3 Care Planning & Implementation 8-15
4 Client Communication 16-22
5 Health Promotion & Disease Prevention 23-29
6 Utilization Review & Risk Management 30-35
NUR2833 Course Description for NUR2756-Multidimensional Care III (NUR2833) This course is designed for graduates of NUR2756 and is an extension of the topic covered in the course. Topics include clinical management including medical conditions such as dehydration, incisional hernia, infectious diseases such as TB, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, alcoholism, dementia, delirium tremens (DTs), malnutrition, COPD/asthma/pulmonary hypertension/PE/COPD/ pneumonia/tuberculosis/rheumatoid arthritis/allergic rhinitis/diabetes mellitus/hypertension/sickle cell anemia/anemia/cancer/intestinal obstruction/intestines/fibromyalgia/hemophilia/transverse myelitis/sinusitis/neurologic disorder/diarrhea/pneumonia/bronchial asthma/cancers/eating disorders/toxic ingestions/reye syndrome/pseudoephedrine abuse/arthritis/kidney failure/septicemia/cerebral palsy/infectious mononucleosis/nursing research methods/international patient management/managing pain/surgical procedures/procedure evaluation/infection control/nursing informatics/nursing ethics/elective courses/diversity courses/non-traditional nursing students/Multidimensional Care IV elective
Week Topic Chapters
1 Introduction to Multidimensional Care 2-9
2 Assessment & Diagnosis 10-20
3 Medical Interventions for Multidimensional Care 21-33
4 Patient Communication & Management of Chronic Illnesses 34-51
NUR2834 Course Description for NUR2757-Multidimensional Care II (NUR2834) This course is designed for graduates of NUR2766 and NUR2767 who are entering the nursing profession with a multidimensional care focus. Topics include infection control practices, wound management, human growth and development across life stages from infancy through old age including physical development, nutrition/mineral/vitamin intake/waste elimination/excretion/breathing/excretion/excretion/etc., general health maintenance/lifestyle changes/maintenance of life expectancy/end-of-life issues/death/traditional nursing care/quality assurance/legislative compliance/issues affecting nursing practice/professionalism/discipline/nurse practitioner role in multidimensional care.
Week Topic Chapters
1 Introduction to Multidimensional Care I 2-12
2 Infection Control Practices I – Electrostatic Disinfection & Computerized Thermostats/Illness Transmission/Anatomic Pathology/Organ Systems/Specialty Nursing/Autonomy/Gerontological Nursing/Nursing Implications/Diversity Issues/Patient Rights/Bioethics/Antimicrobial Stewardship/Risk Management/Legislative Compliance/Emergency Preparedness/Discipline/Ethics/Clinical Practice Model/Clinical Decision Making/Occupational Health/Wound Management/Human Growth and Development Across Life Stages from Infancy Through Old Age Including Physical Development/Microbiology/Psychosocial Aspects/Dietary/Nutrition/Nutrition Support Therapy/Iodine Deficiency/Hypertension/Sickle Cell Anemia/Iatrogenic Infections/Vitamins/Malnutrition/Traumatic Brain Injury/Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury/Epilepsy/National Comprehensive Cancer Network Clinical Classification System/International Classification of Diseases-Tenth Revision/Dementia/Lifestyle Changes/Compliance with Patient Rights/Four-Dimensionality/Human Growth Conceptual Framework
NMH4280 Course Description for NMH4290-Natural Sciences I (NMH4290) An overview of the natural sciences that are essential to nursing practice. Knowledge areas include biology/genetics/biochemistry/metabolism/nutrition/cell structures/pathophysiology/concepts in pathophysiology/principles in biochemistry/metabolism/molecular biology/pathogenesis/tissue distribution/plasma membrane/glucose/phosphate/phospholipids/enzymes/pharmacology/respiration/blood/vital signs/body fluids/diagnostic imaging/outcomes/factors influencing outcomes/instrumentation/imaging devices/utilization/regulation/evidence-based practice/practice guidelines/methods for conducting research/information technology/data collection/data analysis/statistical analysis/data interpretation/anatomical terminology/microbiology/pathogenic fungi/environmental influences/stressors/opportunistic infections/reproductive systems/gynecologic pathology/emergency medicine/internal medicine/gastroenterology/urinary system/endocrinology/cardiology/respiratory system/endocrine disorders/neonatology/neonatal resuscitation/perinatology/gastrointestinal diseases/chest disorders/general medicine/miscellaneous diseases/adverse reactions/rehabilitationmedicine/prevention of illness/adverse drug reaction-preventable illness/orchitis/genitourinary tract infections/systemic lupus erythematosus/rheumatic fever/strep throat/esophagitis/infectious mononucleosis/prion diseases/subacute sclerosing panencephalitis/liver diseases/genitourinary infections/fungal infections/genital herpes/rheumatic heart disease/photosensitivity reactions/thrombophlebitis/transplant infectious disease/dental infection/infectious hepatitis/drug abuse/addiction/body dysmorphic disorder/spinal cord injury/juvenile idiopathic arthritis/sleep disorders/diseases involving joints/reproductive organs/fetal origins/toxins/toxicity/toxic stress/response/forms of natural disaster/influenza pneumonias/liiquor intoxications/headache/general anesthesia/moderate/severe/severe sepsis/substernal thoracic pain/intoxication/unusual infections/reactions/supportive therapy/restoration/recuperation/prevention services/body image/function/systematic reviews/common emergencies
NMH4390 Course Description for NMH4490-Natural Sciences II (NMH4490) A basic outline of the natural sciences essential to nursing practice which includes multiple domains encompassing biological/mechanisms/pathways; biochemistry/metabolism; cell structures; anatomy; physiology; ecology/environmental influence; principles in biochemistry/metabolism/molecular biology/pathogenesis; tissue distribution; plasma membrane/glucose/phosphate/phospholipids/enzymes/pharmacology/respiration; blood/vital signs/body fluids/body fluids/blood/vital signs/disorders; diagnostic imaging/outcomes/factors influencing outcomes/instrumentation/imaging devices/utilization/regulation/evidence-based practice/practice guidelines/methods for conducting research/information technology/data collection/data analysis/statistical analysis/data interpretation/anatomical terminology/microbiology/pathogenic fungi/environmental influences/stressors/opportunistic infections/reproductive systems/gynecologic pathology/emergency medicine/internal medicine/gastroenterology/urology/endocrine disorders/perinatology/miscellaneous diseases/adverse reactions/rehabilitationmedicine/prevention of illness/adverse drug reaction-preventable illness/orchitis/general medicine/miscellaneous diseases/adverse drug reaction/toxins/toxicity/toxic stress/response/forms of natural disaster/influenza pneumonias/liiquor intoxications/headache/general anesthesia/moderate/severe/severe sepsis/substernal thoracic pain/intoxication/unusual infections/reactions/supportive therapy/restoration/recuperation/prevention services/body image/function/systematic reviews/common emergencies
NMH4590 Course Description for NMH4690-Natural Sciences III (NMH4690) An advanced overview on the natural sciences essential to nursing practice encompassing basic science domains including biology/genetics/biochemistry/metabolism/biochemical pathways/processes/biological processes/molecular mechanisms/attempts at understanding/pattern recognition theory/causal relationships/basic cellular processes/proteins/laboratory techniques/methods related to data analysis/statistical analysis/model development/regional variations/events resulting from patterns/design/buildings/design/buildings/architecture/traditional nursing process/methods used by nurses traditional patient care methodology/objectives/variations in patient populations/processes/useful information regarding persons/topics/studies/allergy/alcohol dependency/basic pharmacokinetics/know your own body/hepatitis b virus/hepatitis c virus/hepatitis d virus/viral hepatitis infectious mononucleosis/enhancement immunodeficiency hyperimmunoglobulinemia group s/specific immune deficiencies/disease specific approaches/resources pertaining to classification/diversity issues/types/types/allergy definitions/types/info about allergy types examples/types related to allergy examples/types related to type identification/type pronunciation/types related conditions/allergies/test results/allergy information/lab techniques/lab procedures/testing methods/testing procedures/procedures recommendations/tests allergen provocation/allergy testing/travel immunizations/travel vaccines/unusual allergic reactions types/local allergic reactions other than types/types family history associated allergic responses reference sheet formulary references/homeopathic medicines/human remedies homeopathic therapy homeopathy alternatives homeopathy alternative treatment methods used by nurses using homeopathy alternative treatments/discounted medicines/agreement between nurse/nurse practitioner(np)/nurse educator(ne)/student(ne)/health 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Universities Offering the NUR2832 Course
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NUR2832 Multidimensional Care IV Unit of Competence
NUR2755 Multidimensional Care I (NUR2831)
NUR2831 Multidimensional Care I (NUR2841)
University Course Link
North City Campus
VET CPD Online & OSHC Program,
University Undergraduate Program, Study Mode: Full Time, Part Time, Consecutive, Distance Learning, Fast Track & On Demand
Student Contribution Band:
Credit Points Required:
Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Commencement Summer Intake Entry Requirements Application Fees Tuition Fees Lifejacket Skills and Personal Development Requirements
Domestic International Domestic International
$16,990.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 –
Part-time Domestic International Domestic International
$9,110.00 $10,410.00 $10,410.00 –
Full-time Domestic International Domestic International
$16,990.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 –
^3 Entry requirements may vary by course
^4 Tuition fees subject to change.
Pricing Notes: VET CPD Online and OSHC pricing is based on full time study load over an academic year or semester with a 40% student contribution rate.
International Students Pricing is based on full time study load over an academic year or semester with a 40% student contribution rate.
NUR2832 Course Outline
Course Number: NUR 2832 COURSE
. FALL 2005 Instructor: Linda W. King, M.S. Telephone: (585) 275-5609 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org office hours and lab times: Tuesday and Thursday 10am -12pm Laboratory in the Aging Studies Building,
COURSE TITLE : INSTRUMENTATION CLASSIFICATION OF LIQUIDS AND GASES I.D. & M.Sc. HAZMAT COURSE CATALOG NO.: 1367P COURSE CODE: TEC1241 COURSE TITLE : INSTRUMENTATION CLASSIFICATION OF LIQUIDS AND GASES
LEARNING OUTCOMES The student will understand the importance of the important role played by chemistry in everyday life and will be able to identify the different sources of chemical hazards and how to
NURSING I (3-0-3) Credit Hours – Lecture 45 Lab Hours – Lab Length in Semester Hours 21 A. Pre-Requisite(s): Completion of 75 Nursing credits with a grade of C or better in each course that has a nursing
1st Semester Curriculum Guide for NURSING PROGRAM (2014/15) Health Assessment for Adult Nursing II B.Sc. Nursing Program College of Health Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences/College of Nursing Stellenbosch
2014/2015 CURRICULUM FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Department of Medical Technology ACADEMIC YEAR / SEMESTER October – May UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST Department of Medical
Note that HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT courses have no laboratory component for this term and are not included in the total credit hours required for the degree. Year One Semester Hours Course Title Credit Hours Clinical
NUR2832 Course Objectives
Course Description: The student will demonstrate the ability to adapt care to the needs of multidimensional populations. Course Learning Outcomes:
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how to plan and provide quality care for patients who have multiple health problems
The student will demonstrate skills in collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to improve patient outcomes
The student will demonstrate knowledge of principles of psychosocial assessment and intervention techniques.
Students must complete a total of 80 hours during the term.
Pre-Req: Completion of Anatomy and Physiology I, preferably with lab credit.
NUR2755 course requires attendance at regularly scheduled class meetings, however this is not a prerequisite for taking NUR2832.
Course Materials: There are no required textbooks for this course. Students may purchase their own text books if they wish.
This course does not offer credit for previous education or nursing courses.
Orthopedic Clinical Nurse Specialist
Clinical Nurse Specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine
Nursing Education Professional (School Administrator)
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)
Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
NUR2832 Course Pre-requisites
and NUR2834- Concepts of Care for Multidimensional Care (NUR2834) are prerequisite courses for this course.
Pre-requisites: Completion of first three courses in the following sequence: NUR2810, NUR2815, NUR2820, NUR2825
This course will provide an overview of the principles that should be considered when considering a client who presents with mental health concerns.
Critical Issues in Mental Health (CIMH) 501 is an online program designed to teach professionals how to recognize mental health crises before they occur. Its goal is to promote better understanding and knowledge of suicide prevention, warning signs and resources available. This course emphasizes assessment techniques and provides practical strategies and tools you can use to identify a client who may need professional help.
This course will help students develop the skills needed to provide effective treatment for adult clients experiencing emotional distress. Emphasis will be placed on case conceptualization techniques, including assessment methods and intervention planning.
This course provides an overview of evidence-based treatments for young children from birth through age seven years who are at risk for or experiencing depression or anxiety disorders. Emphasis will be placed on assessment methods and intervention planning.
This course focuses on theory development and practice application as it relates to best practices in working with children from birth through age seven years who are at risk for or experience depression or anxiety disorders. Emotional development, infant temperament, assessment techniques, interventions, the developing child’s perspective, conflict resolution skills and confidentiality are emphasized.
This course focuses on theory development and practice application as it relates to best practices in working with individuals from birth through age seven years who are at risk for or experience depression or anxiety disorders. Emotional development, infant temperament, assessment techniques, interventions, developing child’s perspective, conflict resolution skills and confidentiality are emphasized.
Communication Principles & Strategies Applied in Mental Health 501 is a required online program designed to teach professionals how to communicate effectively with patients who have mental illness. The goal is to promote better understanding of terminology commonly used by mental health professionals working with patients who have mental illness; improve communication skills; understand legal implications of patient care; evaluate communication skills; enhance information sharing regarding treatment options; improve clinical judgment skills; reduce stress associated with providing care; improve understanding of psychosocial factors related to diagnosis/therapeutic process
Communication Skills Applied in Mental Health 501 is a required online program designed to teach professionals how to communicate effectively with patients who have mental illness. The goal is to promote better understanding of terminology commonly used by mental health professionals working with patients who have mental illness; improve communication skills; understand legal implications of patient care; evaluate communication skills; enhance information sharing regarding treatment options; improve clinical judgment skills; reduce stress associated with providing care; improve understanding of psychosocial factors related to diagnosis/therapeutic process
Critical Issues in Mental Health (CIMH) 601 is an online program designed to educate professional staff about critical issues facing individuals living with serious mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. This program aims at improving the quality of life for people living with severe mental illness while also promoting effective treatment systems across agencies within a community setting.
Principles & Practices Applied in Mental Health (PAMH) 601 is an online program designed to teach students about the role models that serve as important influencers throughout their lives. These influences can shape an individual’s beliefs concerning self-worth and attitudes toward one’s place within society. Students learn how these influence affect decision making within both personal relationships (i.e., intimate partner violence) and general social interactions (i.e., marital relationships).
Principles & Practices Applied in Mental Health (PAMH) 601 builds upon the content presented during Principles & Practices Applied in Mental Health (PAMH) Foundations I foundational module prior to moving into more advanced learning modules focused on healthcare settings across sectors including secondary schools/middle schools/ high schools.
Application Course – Principles & Practices Applied in Mental Health (PAMH)
Principles & Practices Applied in Mental Health (PAMH) 801 builds upon the content presented during Principles & Practices Applied In Mental Health Foundations II foundational module prior
NUR2832 Course Duration & Credits
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Please note that all programmes are subject to availability of places.
NUR2760-Cardiovascular Disease Nursing (NUR2760)
NUR2771-Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing (NUR2771)
NUR2782-Advanced Neonatal Nursing (NUR2782)
FEE WAIVER: To qualify for a fee waiver, please visit the Faculty of Health Sciences website and complete the FEE WAIVER APPLICATION FORM. The completed form must be forwarded to the Office of International Student and Scholar Services prior to the start of the programme. Please note that no exceptions will be made in this regard.
MISSED HOMEWORK: If you are unable to complete your coursework within the given time, you should discuss with your faculty adviser. You may also contact your home department/centre in case of emergency.
CANCELLATIONS: You will receive an email from our administration office informing you if your course is cancelled or delayed due to emergency circumstances.
NUR2832 Course Learning Outcomes
– NUR2832 Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2755-Multidimensional Care IV (NUR2832) – NUR2832 Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2825 – Multidimensional Care I (NUR2825) – NUR2825 Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2815-Transition to Practice (NUR2815)
Nur2820 Course Unit Description
Course Overview: The students will continue to enhance their knowledge and skills with the focus on multidimensional care, assessment and planning. Students will gain clinical experience working as a multidisciplinary team providing individualized care to adults with chronic health conditions in the community. Particular emphasis is placed on opportunities to practice specific clinical procedures, through hands-on experience. The course unit will introduce students to the principles of pain management and it’s impact on health and well-being.
Learning Outcomes: At the completion of this course unit, students will be able to:
– Demonstrate an understanding of the clinical principles that underlie safe practice in providing effective care
– Provide individualized treatment plans that meet the needs of individuals based on physical, psychosocial, spiritual and cultural considerations.
– Demonstrate a range of appropriate therapeutic interventions including medication administration
– Utilize evidence-based nursing practice models to assess and plan care.
– Assess patient needs in relation to psychosocial factors.
– Apply knowledge of inter-professional collaboration in delivery of optimal client-centered care.
In addition: Demonstrate an ability to demonstrate application of academic theory to practice.
Overview -Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2755-Multidimensional Care IV(NUR2832)
1. Explain a process approach to multidimensional care. 2. Describe the role of multiple disciplines within a multidisciplinary team in providing quality healthcare services. 3. Explain how nurses use self-care, collaborative teamwork and research skills when caring for clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. 4. Describe strategies for working collaboratively with family members/caregivers.
Overview – Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2825 Multidimensional Care I(NUR2825)
1. Define self-awareness as it relates to your own values, attitudes, beliefs, behaviors & choices; focus on personal growth; recognize others’ values, attitudes & beliefs; examine your response when you are faced with conflict &/or when others express value differences. 2. Discuss ways that interprofessional communication influences communication with families/caregivers & other professional health providers; describe the importance of sharing information; identify factors affecting communication within an interprofessional team; explain various forms communication takes within an interprofessional team setting & relate these forms to specific situations encountered during patient/client/family interactions;
Overview – Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2815 Transition To Practice(NUR2815)
1.Describe key roles within a multidisciplinary healthcare team; explain how nurses utilize self-care skills when caring for clients from diverse cultural backgrounds; describe strategies which promote effective working relationships among professionals who interact in multi-disciplinary teams;
Overview – Course Learning Outcomes for NUR2815 Transition To Practice(NUR2815)
1.Define key roles within a multidisciplinary healthcare team; describe how nurses utilize self-care skills when caring for clients from diverse cultural backgrounds; describe strategies which promote effective working relationships among professionals who interact in multi-disciplinary teams;
Overview –Course Learning Outcome for NURI2846-The Client In Nursing(NURI2846)
The student understands the role of the nurse as part of a multidisciplinary team
Core Participation Requirements
Please see online learning participation requirements below
Indicative Assessment %
Mid Semester Test (Section 1) (20%) Mid Semester Test (Section 2) (10%)
Mid Semester Test (Section 3) (20%) Written Assignment(Section 4)(30%)
Final Exam (End of semester) (~40%)
Students must ensure they are enrolled at every session/period
Delivery Pattern Information: Semester 1 duration is 14 weeks
Strand Type Delivery Pattern Delivery Pattern
Clinical Activities Duration Number of sessions per week
Semester One Session One – Vocation placement service provided by Career Development Centre(SDC)/Peer Mentor Group(SMG), one section per day Duration: One day per week | Session Two – Clinic sessions Duration: Two days per week | Session Three – Clinical sessions Duration: Two days per week | Sessions Four – Clinical sessions Duration: Two days per week
Weeks Per Year Number of Weeks Per year
Semester One Session One Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Semester Two Session Two Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Semester Three Session Three Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Semester Four Session Four Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Primary Teaching Language For Courses:
Assessment Type Assessment Name Percentage % Mid-Term Exam Mid-Term Exam English Pass/Fail Pass/Fail Mid Semester Exam Mid Semester Exam Final Exam English Pass/Fail Pass/Fail Written Assignment English Pass/Fail Pass/Fail Practical Examination English Fail No evidence available No evidence available Practical Evaluation English Fail No evidence available No evidence available Proficiency Test English Fail No evidence available No evidence available Oral Examination English Fail No evidence available No evidence available Practical Examination English Fail No evidence available No evidence available
Delivery Pattern Information:
Year Mode Location Internal Assessment Hours External Assessment Hours Total Hours
2017 Online Hybrid Delivery Simulation / Simulation Case Studies / Clinical Simulation / Peer Review Report + Peer Review Presentation + P