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NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions SYLLABUS I. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION A. Course Title: Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions B. Course Number: NU 214A - 30572 C. Semester: Fall 2015 D. Days/Time: E. Credit Hours: 4 F. Instructor: Webb, Kim G. Office: none H. Email Address: [email protected] I. Office Phone: none J. Office Hours: K. Time Zone: Mountain Time L. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Nursing Pharmacology, Health & Illness Concepts I, Health Care Participant, Assessment and Health Promotion M. Corequisite(s): Health and Illness Concepts II, Professional Nursing Concepts I N. Class Location: MC122 II. COURSE DESCRIPTION The focus of this course is the provision of safe, evidence-based nursing care across the lifespan for patients with chronic conditions in a variety of settings. This course builds upon the student's current knowledge of nursing concepts and utilizes a combination of laboratory and clinical settings. The student is given the opportunity to demonstrate ethical, safe, evidence-based nursing care for patients with chronic conditions. The student also demonstrates understanding of appropriate health care policy, finance, and regulatory environments effecting patients with chronic conditions. The student practices effective communication techniques with health care team members and patients with chronic conditions. The student also demonstrates effective use of the nursing process and nursing informatics/technologies in the nursing care to patients with chronic conditions. This is a four credit hour course. Prerequisites: NU 203 Health and Illness Concepts I, NU 123AHealth Care Participant, NU 123B Nursing Pharmacology, NU 124A Assessment and Health Promotion Corequisites: NU 203 Health and Illness Concepts II, NU 213 Professional Nursing Concepts III. 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. IV. REQUIRED / SUGGESTED COURSE MATERIALS Required: 1. Dress code for Classroom and Clinical Laboratory activities: - See Student Nurse Handbook Required Textbooks:

Content Mastery Series Review Modules, Assessment Technologies Institute; LCC Berman, A, & Snyder, S. (2012). Kozier & Erb’s Fundamental of Nursing, Concepts, Process, and Practice (9th ed.). Boston: Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 978-0-13-802461. Ogden, S. Fluharty, L. Calculation of Drug Dosages, 9th edition. (2012). Elsevier/ Mosby. ISBN: 978-0-32-307753-8 Smith, S. F., et al. (2012). Clinical Nursing Skills Basic to Advanced Skills (8th ed.). Boston: Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 978-0-13-511473-5. RealEHRPrep with Cerner: Access code to be provided. Neighborhood 2.0 – 2nd edition: Access code to be provided. MyNursingLab with Pearson eText -- for Nursing: A Concept-Based Approach to Learning. Access code to be provided Suggested: None. You can buy your books online at the NMJC Bookstore. V. GRADING POLICY Grading Scale Letter Grade 90 – 100 A 80 – 89.99 B 77 – 79.99 C 67 – 76.99 D 0 – 66.99 F Course Grading Policy: A final course average of 77% or higher is required for a passing course grade. The final course grade will be calculated utilizing the following criteria: Grade % Distribution Grade Components for NU214A Examinations IV Calculation Exam 20% Dysrhythmia’s Exam 10% ATI- Fundamentals Proctored Exam 2% Assignments Diabetic Teaching Plan 6% Concept Map (2) 12% Care Plans (2) 30% Care Plan Presentation 5% Peer Reviewed Journal Article Summary Presentation 5% Reflective Journal for The Out of the Darkness Walk 10% Learning Activities ATI Virtual Skills & Quiz Ticket to class Pass/Fail Assignments Clinical Course Objectives/Competencies Pass/Fail Psychomotor Skills Checklist Pass/Fail Documentation in RealEHRPrep with Cerner Pass/Fail Clinical Simulation Pass/Fail The Neighborhood Pass/Fail MyNursingLab with Pearson eText Pass/Fail ATI: Nurse’s Touch and Real Life Pass/Fail Total 100% a. Calculation of Course Grade: Course Examinations IV Calculation Exam The student will be given a proctored computer examination to assess mastery of IV Calculations. The student must make a 90% or greater on the calculation exam. If the student did not make 90% or greater, the student will be given a second opportunity to make 90% or greater. If the student is unsuccessful after the second attempt the student will not pass the course. See course calendar for dates and times. NMNEC calculation guidelines: 1. Calculate infusion rates and times for intravenous administration 2. Calculate volumes between milliliters per hour and drops per minute 3. Calculate total/end infusion times for intravenous fluids 4. Calculate amounts/times to administer IV push medications 5. Calculate infusion rates/times for intermittent (piggyback) infusions 6. Determine dosages based on a patient’s clinical data (age, weight, vital signs or lab results) 7. Calculate rates/dosages/amounts for intravenous medication drips Dysrhythmia’s Exam The student will be given a proctored computer examination to assess mastery of IV Calculations. See course calendar for dates and times. Per NMJC policy, faculty has 10 days to post grades. Exam scores are usually posted in Canvas within 24-48 hours. If it is absolutely necessary to miss an exam for an excusable reason, the student must notify faculty at least 2 hours prior to the exam. A time and date for a makeup exam will be arranged. The exam may be a different version or format. Assessment Technology Institute Proctored Exam: The student will take a proctored Fundamentals exam and remediate. The student will earn a grade per the ATI grading policy. See grading Policy at the end of the syllabus. Assignments Diabetic Teaching Plan: Each student will complete a diabetic teaching plan. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Concept Map (2): Each student will complete a concept map over Gas exchange and Mobility. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Care Plans (2): Each student will complete a care plan on a patient in the clinical setting on 2 separate rotations. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Care Plan Presentation: Each student will present their first care plan to the class. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Peer Reviewed Journal Article Summary Presentation: Each student will research a peer reviewed journal article that pertains to their patient that they did the first care plan on. The student will summarize the journal article and present the information at the same time as the care plan presentation. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Reflective Journal for The Out of the Darkness Walk: Each student will participate in The Out of the Darkness walk event. The student will then complete a reflective journal about the event. The guidelines and grading rubric for the assignment will be distributed in class. Learning Activities ATI skill modules- Ticket to class Each skill is assigned an ATI skills module. The module and quiz must be completed prior to participating in lab. The quiz must be successfully passed at 90% and a copy of the quiz must be presented to faculty at the beginning of each lab. Failure to complete the assignment will result in an unexcused missed clinical. All missed clinical (excused and unexcused) must be made up at the discretion of faculty. Pass/Fail Assignments Clinical Course Objective/ Competencies, Formative evaluation, Summative evaluation: Student clinical requirements must be up to date before the semester begins to obtain entrance into clinical agencies. Students will take care of patients with chronic conditions across the lifespan. Remember it is imperative to follow HIPAA regulations! The clinical experiences may be arranged at various locations off campus. At clinical agencies, students must wear the NMJC nursing uniform and name tag. All electronic devices need to be on silent mode. Students will perform assessments and psychomotor skills learned so far and then document them in the academic electronic health record. Students must meet the clinical course objectives and competencies in order to successfully pass the course regardless of grades on exams or assignments. Students must attend all scheduled clinical (see schedule). If there is an extenuating circumstance and the student needs to be late or miss a clinical, students must notify the faculty before the clinical begins. All missed clinical (excused and unexcused) must be made up. If a student is late to clinical, the student will be required to write a 3 page paper in APA format including 3 references about professionalism and why it is imperative to be on time. The due paper will be due on the following Monday after that clinical day. Halfway through and at the end of the clinical, students will complete the Clinical Evaluation and submit it electronically through Canvas. The faculty will complete the faculty section and return it to the student. If the evaluating nursing faculty/clinical instructor determine that the student is not performing satisfactorily during clinical rotations, the student will be counseled and areas of concern will be addressed. A corrective action plan and/or learning contract may be developed and signed by the faculty member/clinical instructor and the student. If an action plan and/or learning contract are initiated, the student must satisfactorily complete all requirements listed in the action plan and/or learning contract in order to pass the clinical portion of the course. At the end of the semester, each of the course competencies needs to be at a Satisfactory level or above to successfully pass the course. If any competency is unsatisfactory at the end of the semester, the course will not be passed. A student may be removed from clinical during the semester for an unsafe clinical practice as outlined in the Student Handbook. Each form (Formative/Summative & Psychomotor Skill Checklist) must be submitted through Canvas Assignment Tool as a Word document. Psychomotor skills checklist: The student is required to demonstrate proficiency in all psychomotor skills check offs within the set time limit. The student will be given three opportunities to demonstrate proficiency. If the student is unable to successfully complete the skill within the allotted time frame the student will make up the skill that was not completed on Friday, September 25, 2015 times TBA. The student will have a different faculty member for the check off on the second attempt. If the student is unsuccessful after the second attempt, two different faculty members will be present at the third attempt to assess proficiency. If unable to demonstrate proficiency to faculty members within the three opportunities, the student will not pass the course. Wear clinical uniform on skills check off days. Clinical Simulations: The student is required to participate in clinical simulation assignments. The clinical simulation assignments will allow the student to demonstrate, ethical, safe, and effective nursing care to the patients with chronic conditions. Documentation in RealEHRPrep with Cerner, The Neighborhood, MyNursingLab with Pearson eText, ATI: Nurse’s Touch and Real Life: The student must complete all assigned activities. Specific guidelines will be discussed during class. GRADES ARE NOT ROUNDED. STUDENT RECEIVE’S EXACTLY THE GRADE EARNED. b. Incomplete Grade See Student Nurse Handbook c. Progression to Level 4, Semester 4 of the Nursing Program The student must achieve a final course grade of 'C' (77%) or higher for NU203, NU213 and NU214A to be eligible to progress to Level 4, Semester 4 of the nursing program. d. General Course Assignment Policies See Student Nurse Handbook VI. 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: Communication Comprehend information to summarize, analyze, evaluate, and apply to a specific situation. Communicate in an accurate, correct, and understandable manner. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Define a problem and arrive at a logical solution. Use appropriate technology and information systems to collect, analyze, and organize information. Apply critical thinking, analysis, and problem solving to data. Self and Community Analyze and reflect on the ethical dimensions of legal, social, and / or scientific issues. Communicate an awareness of a variety of perspectives of ethical issues. Interact with individuals and within groups with integrity and awareness of others’ opinions, feelings and values. VII. DEPARTMENTAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Incorporate diverse patient values, beliefs, and attitudes, into plan of care for patients with chronic illness. 2. Identify and interpret factors for improvement in patient safety and nursing practice. 3. Utilize an evidence-based practice approach to the delivery and evaluation of nursing care to chronically ill patients across the lifespan. 4. Utilize policies and procedures with the healthcare setting. 5. Participate as a member of the healthcare team in the delivery of care. 6. Utilize appropriate technology for the delivery of nursing care to chronically ill patients. VIII. SPECIFIC COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, the student will: 1. Demonstrate ethical practice in the delivery of nursing care to patients with chronic conditions. 2. Apply understanding of the principles of safe nursing care for patients with chronic conditions. 3. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate evidence-based protocols when providing nursing care to patients with chronic conditions. 4. Apply understanding of appropriate health care policy, finance, and regulatory environments in the care of patients with chronic conditions. 5. Communicate effectively with patients with chronic conditions and health care team members. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of the technology used in the care of patients with chronic conditions. 7. Utilize the nursing process to deliver nursing care to patients with chronic conditions. Level Course Competencies: Upon successful completion of this course, the Objective student will: 1.1 Apply patient’s values, beliefs and attitudes to the patient’s plan of care. 1.2 Using effective communication, apply the patient’s expressed values, beliefs, and attitudes to nursing care. 1.3 Identify health care resources for diverse patient populations at the local, regional, and national levels. 2.1 Identify factors present in clinical settings that promote or hinder a culture of safety and caring. 2.2 Anticipate, identify, and eliminate potentially harmful situations in nursing the patient with chronic illness. 2.3 Interpret and evaluate system contributions and staff response to clinical errors and near misses in nursing the patient with chronic illness, with guidance. 2.4 Implement evidence-based procedures to reduce harm, promote safety, and improve care in nursing the patient with chronic illness, with guidance. 2.5 Analyze gaps between local/clinical site and best practice and system factors that support or hinder adoption of best practices. 3.1 Apply evidence in providing care to patients with chronic health problems. Level Course Competencies: Upon successful completion of this course, the Objective student will: 3.2 Identify patient/family preferences and values and their effect on the delivery of optimal care. 3.3 Assess outcomes of care when using evidence-based approaches. 3.4 Implement evidence based protocols/pathways when providing nursing care. 4.1 Demonstrate clinical competency in care delivery to the chronic patient in lab and practice settings. 4.2 Use effective communication style with team members in care of patients with chronic illness. 4.3 Identify how healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environments relate to the care of patients with chronic illness. 4.4 Demonstrate ethical practice in the delivery of care to patients with chronic illness. 4.5 Advocate for patients with chronic illness. 5.1 Collaborate effectively within the inter-professional team, with guidance. 5.1 Build on own strengths and compensate for limitations as a team member. 5.3 Recognize leadership behaviors and begin to incorporate these behaviors into nursing practice. 6.1 Document planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care of patients with chronic illness using available technology. 6.2 Incorporate health care resources in sharing health information with patients with chronic illness. 6.3 Safely operate appropriate technology in the delivery of care to chronically ill patients. IX. 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 [email protected] 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 Tuesday, November 17, 2015. All students are encouraged to discuss their class status with the professor prior to withdrawing from the class. X. CRITICAL INCIDENT AND EVACUATION PLAN XI. ACADEMIC CALENDAR XII. FINALS SCHEDULE

XIII. COURSE OUTLINE 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 professor may change the outline as warranted or needed. Teaching Strategies used during instruction in NU214A include: Discussion Case Studies Assessment Audiovisual Media Internet Resources Care Plans Lab Simulation Concept Maps Role-Play Assessment Technology Institute (ATI) Examinations Clicker questions NU214A Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions Wednesday and Thursday 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 Clinical Times See Calendar *Syllabus schedule subject to change

Week/ Date/Time

Simulations/ Skills Proficiencies/ Clinical

Assignments

1 Monday August 17, 2015 0900-1200 Orientation

Wednesday August 19, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

CL Mood And Affect Simulation: Suicide

See required reading in NU203

Thursday August 20, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

KW Donning sterile gloves Skin Integrity Skills: Surgical Incision Care Wound Care and Dressings

Bring Red Bag To Every Skills Lab ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class Smith: Ch. 25 Kozier: p. 700-707, 987-994, 920-946

Friday August 21, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

LH Safety Skills: Central Vascular Access Devices- dressing change, blood draws, removal

ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class

2 Wednesday August 26, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

CL Mood And Affect Simulation: Bipolar Mania

See required reading in NU203

KW Elimination Skills: Urinary Catheter insertion and care, sterile specimen collection

ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class Smith: Ch. 22 Unit 3, 6 Kozier: p. 1324-1335

Thursday August 27, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

Friday August 28, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

Open Lab to practice skin integrity and elimination skills

3 Monday Skin integrity and Elimination Skills August 31, 2015 0900-1200 Group A Proficiency- Check off 1330-1630 Group B

Wednesday September 2, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

Thursday September 3, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

LH IV Calculations

LH Safety Skills: IV insertion and care, ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to IV medication administration- drip Class rate, piggy back, IV Meds, Venipuncture, lab draws

Friday September 4, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

4 Tuesday September 8, 2015 1230-1330

LH IV Calculation Tutoring- Optional

Wednesday September 9, 2015 Safety Skills Proficiency- Check off 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 Group A

Thursday September 10, 2015 Safety Skills Proficiency- Check off 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 Group B

Friday September 11, 2015 IV Calculation Exam 9-10 am 0900-1230 IV Initiation 10-12 am KW- Comfort and Grief Tutoring Optional 1200-1230

5 Wednesday September 16, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

DH Gas Exchange Skills: Airway Adjuncts- oropharyngeal, nasopharyngeal, tracheostomy tube Chest physiotherapy, Airway Suctioning, Chest tube drains

Thursday September 17, 2015 DH Gas Exchange Skills 0900-1200 0900-1200 & Safety Skills: Blood Administration 1330-1630 1330-1630

Students must take the IV Calculation exam on this date. Student will initiate an IV stick on another student with permission of student and faculty present. Release form must be signed before initiation can be performed.

ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class Smith: p. 1191, 1197-1223 Pearson Vol 1: p. 983-984, 592-593, 1011-1012, 969-970 Lewis: pg. 507-512 RN Adult Med Surg: p. 191-196

ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class Smith: 1096-1106 Lewis: p. 676-681 RN Adult Med Surg: p. 450-457

Friday September 18, 2015 Safety: Blood Administration Proficiency- Check off 0900-1200 0900-1200 1330-1630 Open Lab: Practice Gas Exchange Skills 1330-1630

6 Monday September 21, 2015 Gas Exchange Skills Proficiency0900-1200 Group B Check off 1330-1630 Group A

Wednesday September 23, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 Thursday September 24, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

DH NMNEC Simulation- Concept: Gas Exchange Exemplars: Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia

Students will participate in a live simulation and document.

Friday September 25, 2015 Skills makeup for all skills 0900-1200

Saturday September 26, 2015 Out of the Darkness Walk Tentative date; time in the am 7

8 Wednesday October 7, 2015 0630-1330 Group A

Students will participate in the walk and perform assignment. Walk is 2 clinical hours.

No Class

Clinical Facility- TBA

Clinical Objectives

Thursday October 8, 2015 0630-1330 Group B

9 Friday October 16, 2015 Saturday October 17, 2015 Sunday October 18, 2015 0630-1630

10 Wednesday October 21, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

Thursday October 22, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

11 Wednesday October 28, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 Thursday October 29, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630 12 Wednesday November 4, 2015 0900-1200 & 1330-1630

Clinical at UMC in Lubbock, Texas Clinical Objectives Clinical units- TBA Care Plan #1 Formative Evaluations

LH NMNEC Simulation Concept: Metabolic Regulation Exemplar- Hypoglycemic episode

Students will participate in a live simulation and document.

LH NMNEC Simulation Students will participate in a live Concept: Collaboration Perfusion simulation and document. Exemplar- Rehabilitation of ACS or heart failure, comorbidity of diabetes

LH Perfusion Skills: ECG placement and monitoring (dysrhythmias)

ATI Virtual Skills and Quiz: Ticket to Class Care plan #1 due on Wednesday Perfusion Skills Proficiency- Check October 28, 2015 at 0900 Off ATI: Fundamentals Practice Assessment Dysrhythmia Exam Due on Friday October 30, 2015 by 1700

DH- NMNEC Simulation Concept: Collaboration Perfusion Exemplar- Stroke, comorbidity of diabetes

Students will participate in a live simulation and document.

13 Wednesday November 11, 2015 KW ATI: Fundamentals #1 Proctored 1330-1530 Assessment

Friday November 13, 2015 Mrs. Allen Pharmacology Review (optional but 0800-1200 recommended)

14 Tuesday November 17, 2015

Last Day To Withdraw

Wednesday November 18, 2015 Clinical Facility- TBA 0630-1330 Group B

Clinical Objectives Care Plan #2

Thursday November 19, 2015 0630-1330 Group A

Monday November 23, 2015 ATI: Fundamentals Remediation DUE 1330

Wednesday- Friday THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY November 25-27, Wednesday, November 25 – Friday, November 27, 2015 2015 NO CLASSES

15 Tuesday December 1, 2015 0900-1100

ATI- Fundamentals #2 Proctored Assessment

15 Wednesday Clinical Facility-TBA December 2, 2015 0630-1230 Group B

Clinical Objectives Summative Evaluations

1400-1600 Group B & A

Group A- Care Plan and Journal Presentations 1400-1600

Thursday Clinical Facility-TBA December 3, 2015 0630-1230 Group A

Clinical Objectives Summative Evaluations

1400-1600 Group A & B

Group B- Care Plan and Journal Presentations 1400-1600

Wednesday December 9, 2015

Final Conferences 9-11

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NMJC Course Syllabus - New Mexico Junior College

NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions SYLLABUS I. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION A. Course Title: Care of P...

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