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护理学导论

课程代码:1000123                     开课学院:武汉大学HOPE护理学院

开课学期:春季                        授课对象:一年级学生

    分:2 学分                      课程负责人:孟宪梅(中国)

课程简介:

《护理学导论》作为护理学专业课程的入门课,在帮助学生了解护理专业的发展、掌握护理专业的基本概念、熟悉护理伦理知识、学习相关护理理论知识的基础上,使学生对护理专业有全面的了解,培养学生形成正确的护理理念和树立新型的健康观,为后期其他护理专业课程的学习打下良好的基础。

课程内容分为四个单元:第一单元-护理学发展;第二单元-健康与护理;第三单元-护理与法律、伦理、社会及政治;第四单元-护理学展望。在“护理学发展”单元,重点掌握护理学的基本概念;掌握护理专业的特点;熟悉护理学发展史及护理概念演变发展过程。在“健康与护理”单元,重点掌握健康与疾病的关系;掌握环境对健康的影响,及护理人员在疾病预防和健康教育中的职责;熟悉我国医疗卫生系统及社区医疗保健制度。在“护理与法律、伦理、社会及政治”,掌握护理工作中的法律问题及护理伦理准则的目的;熟悉目前护士所面临的伦理问题。在“护理学展望”单元,重点掌握相关护理学理论;熟悉护理理论的发展,护理研究在护理中的作用,及护理未来发展趋势。

在教学上采用多种教学方法与手段相结合的方式,包括讲座、录像教学及个案讨论、分组讨论报告、角色扮演及情景教学、邀请护理专家做报告等。力求使学生在掌握护理学核心概念的基础上初步培养其主动学习及评判性思维能力。

考核方式:

考核采取平时课堂参与,作业及期末考试相结合的方式。其中考勤及课堂参与15%;课堂评估25%;期末考试50%;期末报告10%。

    材:

《护理学导论》(第二版),人民卫生出版社,李小妹,2006
《护理学基础》(英汉双语版),人民卫生出版社,姜安丽主编,2005

参考书目:

参考文献(包括但不局限于以下文献)会根据授课时具体情况增添相关文献书籍或文章,具体请参考BB平台更新信息。

[1]Carty, R. & Bednash, G. (1985, November) Insights from the past portray nurses of the future. Nursing and Health Care. pp. 493-496.

[2]DeYoung, L. (1985). Dynamics of nursing. (5th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

[3]Donahue, M.P. (1986). Nursing, the finest art: An illustrated history.

[4]Ellis, J.R.& Hartley, C. (1988). Nursing in today’s world: Challenges, issues, and trends. (3rd ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott.

[5]Kalish, B. & Kalish, P. (1985, August). Dressing for success. N.Y.: American Journal of Nursing. pp.887-893.

[6]Navright, L. (1984). Politics and power. A new look at Florence Nightingale. Nursing Forum.

[7]Navright, L. (1984). Pages from nursing history. N.Y.: American Journal of Nursing.

[8]Nightingale, F. (1895). Notes on nursing. [Reproduction]. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

[9]Palmer, I.S. (1983). Through a glass darkly: From Nightingale to now. Washington, D. C.: American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

Introduction of Nursing

Course Code: 1000123              College: HOPE School of Nursing, Wuhan University

Semester: Spring                   Intended Students:The first year students

Credits: 2                         Instructor: Meng  Xianmei (China)

Course Content:                                     

As a foundational course in nursing, Introduction of Nursing aims to help students have a comprehensive understanding of nursing and develop an appropriate nursing philosophy based on understanding the development of nursing, studying essential concepts and theories of nursing and learning about legal/ethical factors influencing nursing. With this theoretical foundation, students can better understand and study other professional courses in nursing.

There are four modules in this course: Module 1: The development of nursing; Module 2: Health care and nursing; Module 3: Legal, ethical, social and political factors influencing nursing care; and Module 4: The growth of nursing. In Module 1, essential aspects of nursing practice and characteristics of nursing are addressed, important events in the historical development of nursing and nursing education are identified, and the significance that nurse leaders have had on the profession is interpreted. In Module 2, the concepts of health and illness are addressed, environmental factors influencing health care are identified, and the components of the health care delivery system and the nurse’s role in health promotion, prevention and protection are discussed. In Module 3, the purpose of Nurse Practice Acts is defined. Legal issues and ethical issues encountered by nurses are discussed. In Module 4, related nursing theories and concepts that form the paradigm of nursing are identified. The role of nursing research in nursing practice and future of nursing are discussed.

Varied teaching methods and approaches are considered to improve students’ active learning ability and critical thinking based on understanding essential concepts and knowledge of nursing, which include lectures, videos and case study, group report, role play and scenarios, and guest speaking.

Course Evaluation:

       Course evaluation includes class attendance, assignment, and final exam. Class attendance is 15% of total mark, class assignment is 25%, final exam is 50%, and final report is 10%. Textbook:

《Introduction of Nursing》(2nd),People’s Medical Publishing House, Xiaomei Li,2006
《Fundamental of Nursing》(Chinese/English), People’s Medical Publishing House, Anli

Jiang, 2005

List of Recommended References:

Recommended referencesinclude but not limited as follow. More articles or books will be required according to the needs of class. Please access BB to get updated information.

[1]Carty, R. & Bednash, G. (1985, November) Insights from the past portray nurses of the future. Nursing and Health Care. pp. 493-496.

[2]DeYoung, L. (1985). Dynamics of nursing. (5th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby.

[3]Donahue, M.P. (1986). Nursing, the finest art: An illustrated history.

[4]Ellis, J.R.& Hartley, C. (1988). Nursing in today’s world: Challenges, issues, and trends. (3rd ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott.

[5]Kalish, B. & Kalish, P. (1985, August). Dressing for success. N.Y.: American Journal of Nursing. pp.887-893.

[6]Navright, L. (1984). Politics and power. A new look at Florence Nightingale. Nursing Forum.

[7]Navright, L. (1984). Pages from nursing history. N.Y.: American Journal of Nursing.

[8]Nightingale, F. (1895). Notes on nursing. [Reproduction]. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

[9]Palmer, I.S. (1983). Through a glass darkly: From Nightingale to now. Washington, D. C.: American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

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