NSE 12A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 95 pages long!)

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NSE12
WEEK 1
READING
The seven standards- provide the overall framework for nursing practice, and link with the
College’s other practice standards, guidelines, and competencies.
Accountability
- Each nurse is accountable to the public and must meet legislative requirements and
standards of the profession
Continuing Competence
- Engaging in a learning process to enhance his/her practice.
Ethics
- Each nurse acts with integrity, honesty and professionalism
Knowledge
- Each nurse possesses, through basic education and continuing learning, knowledge
relevant to her/his professional practice.
Applying Knowledge
- Each nurse continually improves the application of professional knowledge.
Leadership
- Each nurse shows leadership by providing, facilitating and promoting the best possible
care to the public
Relationships
- Each nurse establishes and maintains respectful, collaborative, therapeutic and
professional relationships
OUR MISSION is to protect the public’s right to quality nursing services by providing
leadership to the nursing profession in self-regulation. OUR VISION is excellence in nursing
practice everywhere in Ontario.
1. Discuss the course syllabus with a specific focus on content, accountability, attendance and evaluation process.
2. Discuss the use of the Ryerson, Centennial, George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program Student Handbook.
3. Identify who the CNO is and describe their purpose.
4. Examine the CNO Professional Standards:
a. Identify & describe the seven Standards.
b. Understand how the indicators relate to the standards.
c. Explain how the standards & indicators relate to the role of the nurse and your role as a nursing student.
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WEEK 1 READINGS
Learning Objectives:
At the end of this week the student will be able to:
Hygiene
1. Discuss the role that the nursing process and critical thinking play in the provision of hygiene
care.
2. Identify the factors that influence personal hygiene practices.
3. Determine conditions that place clients at risk for impaired hygiene and describe related nursing
interventions.
4. Explain how to maintain a client’s comfort and safety during hygiene care.
5. Properly perform hygiene care on your partner and mannequin (integument, face, eyes, ears, nose,
mouth, hands, nails, perineum and feet).
Elimination
6. Discuss the role that the nursing process and critical thinking play in meeting client elimination
needs.
7. Identify physiological and psychological factors that commonly influence urinary and bowel
elimination.
8. Define key terms related to urinary and bowel elimination.
9. Describe characteristics of normal and abnormal urine and stool.
10. Identify nursing interventions to promote normal micturition and elimination to reduce
incontinence.
11. Identify nursing interventions that reduce urinary tract infections (cleaning of perineum and
catheter care).
12. Properly perform nursing interventions that assist clients to meet micturition and elimination
needs (bedpan, urinal, condom catheter, and commode)
NURSING PROCESS, CRITICAL THINKING AND HYGIENE
- Affects an individuals comfort and contributes to physical and psychological wellbeing
- Requires close contact, important to build a therapeutic relationship
- Hygiene routine can include pt assessment, interventions, ROM exercises and application of
dressings, inspection and care of IV sites
- Independence is encouraged, privacy and respect important
FACTORS AFFECTING PERSONAL HYGIENE PRACTICES
1. Social Practices
- Family customs (frequency of bathing)
- Peer encounters (makeup and shaving)
- Living conditions, health status and
available resources
2. Personal Preferences
- When to bathe
- Help pt develop new practices according
to illness/condition
3. Body Image
- Self-concept can change when heath is
affected
- if pt is neatly groomed, consider details
- if pt is unkempt, hygiene assessment
might be needed
4. Socioeconomic Status
- Be sensitive!!
- If basic care items can’t be bought,
alternatives need to be addressed
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