NSE 11A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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NSE 11 STUDY NOTES FOR DECEMBER MIDERM (WEEKS 1-12)
Week 1: Intro + The Nursing Community
RR: Roy p.1-8 + Nursing Handbook p.53
1. “Theoretical Foundations of Nursing” worksheet
2. Compare and contrast the two program philosophies.
Phenomenology:
o Understanding meaning of lived experience (not making assumptions)
o Actualized through nurse-client relationship, w/ primary focus on meaning
of clients experience of health + healing
Critical Social Theory:
o A commitment to penetrate world of objective experiences to expose
underlying social relationships
o Addresses unequal social/economic/power relations that exist within
healthcare + society
Example: First Nations People have highest infant mortality rate in
Canada
Example: Childhood cancer almost 100% curable, except in LDCs
3. Characterize nursing as a profession.
• Identify the criteria of a profession.
Criteria of a Profession:
o Vocation/occupation requires specialized knowledge, skills, scientific
method, values based on research
o Advocates high ethical standards of members + engages in expanding
body of knowledge through research\
o Taught in institutions of high education (uni. /college)
• Articulate the domain of nursing knowledge.
Criteria of Nursing:
o Requires specialized knowledge + skills (practice/assessment) values
based on research
o Taught in institution of higher learning + engages in expanding body of
knowledge
o Advocates high ethical standards of its members (accountability)
• Identify Professional behaviors and link them to academic behavior.
Profession behaviors
o Mutinously (independent thinking)
o Members are committed to advocate + motivated by service to society
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Week 2: Academic Communication
RR: Handbook + Baker, J. (2013) Social networking & professional boundaries. AORN Journal, 97(5), 501-506. doi:
10.1016/j.aorn.2013.03.001+ “Nacigating APA” activity (not testable)
Academic Communication: Academic Integrity
Academic Integrity - act of being honest and responsible in school. Students
and faculty must obey rules of honest scholarship, meaning all academic
work should result from an individuals’ own efforts
Plagiarism - practice of claiming credit for the words, ideas and concepts of
others.
• Recognize various types of academic and professional misconduct (including the
inappropriate use of social media).
Academic misconduct : plagiarism, cheating, posting class notes and slides on
social media/selling them, copy ideas rom classmate…etc.
Professional misconduct : irresponsible and lousy work, not admitting to one's
mistakes or limitations, neglecting a client…etc.
Disclosing patient information on social media especially without consent
Discussing patient information with friends and family
Abusing client, verbally, physically, and emotionally
• Summarize the impact and consequences of plagiarism.
Minimum penalty: mark of 0
Disciplinary Notice will be placed on official transcript for 8 years
Failing the course
Expel from uni.
• Articulate the skills required for academic integrity.
Ability to cite properly
Ability to paraphrase and quote properly (giving full credit to original author at all
appropriate and necessary times)
Discovering your own ideas
• Identify ways to avoid plagiarism.
1. Develop good research skills.
2. Being organized will help you to keep track of sources.
3. Develop BETTER time management skills.
· Poor time management often leads students to cut corners.
4. Learn the used the citation styles (APA, MLA) correctly.
5. Be sure you understand the goals and expectations of the assignment.
· When in doubt, ask your instructor.
6. Keep draft copies of your work
· This may come in handy if your work is lost.
7. WHEN IN DOUBT; CITE, CITE, CITE.
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