NURS 20263 Final: Final Exam Blueprint Fall 2018 Johnson

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Published on 5 Feb 2019
School
TCU
Department
Nursing
Course
NURS 20263
Professor
Final Exam Blueprint- Health Assessment Concepts FALL 2018
The final exam will take place on:
Johnson, Ann
Health Assessment: Concepts-TBT
N20263
005
R 12/13
8:00-10:30
Johnson, Ann
Health Assessment: Concepts-TBT
N20263
035
R 12/13
11:00-1:30
Students will receive notifications to download the exam on their personal computers prior to the exam time, and
will bring their computers to their usual classroom on exam day. Scratch paper will be provided. This blueprint is to
be used as a guide for studying, and does not contain all specific topics or numbers of items, but rather, is an
estimate of the breakdown of the exam. Students will have approximately 90 minutes to take the exam. It will
contain approximately 80-90 items, primarily multiple choice or multiple answer questions. In the concepts course,
we will typically be assessing your ability to recall concepts and apply course content to situations or scenarios.
With some scenarios, you may also need to identify a common disease process which matches a given symptom
cluster which can include both subjective, objective, and laboratory data. It is usually helpful to review the blue
and red/pink shaded areas in the margins of your text as you review subj/obj data, and you will also need to know
expected normal findings.
New Material- approximate number of questions to be distributed over approximately 50 items
Putting it All
together/EHR
5
Health
promotion/safety
7
Genitourinary;
Breast
(Male/Female)
7
Substance Abuse
7
Suicide
Assessment
2
Domestic
Violence/Abuse
7
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Final exam blueprint- health assessment concepts fall 2018. Students will receive notifications to download the exam on their personal computers prior to the exam time, and will bring their computers to their usual classroom on exam day. This blueprint is to be used as a guide for studying, and does not contain all specific topics or numbers of items, but rather, is an estimate of the breakdown of the exam. Students will have approximately 90 minutes to take the exam. It will contain approximately 80-90 items, primarily multiple choice or multiple answer questions. In the concepts course, we will typically be assessing your ability to recall concepts and apply course content to situations or scenarios. With some scenarios, you may also need to identify a common disease process which matches a given symptom cluster which can include both subjective, objective, and laboratory data.