NSE 11A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Social Exclusion, Autonomic Nervous System, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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NSE 11A (FALL SEMESTER WEEK 1-12)
OBJECTIVES
NSE 11A WEEK 1 OBJECTIVES SEPTEMBER 8TH 2015: Debbie Truong
Introduction: Collaborative Nursing Program, NSE 11AB; The nursing community
Ryerson, Centennial, George Brown Collaborative Nursing Student Handbook 2015-2016; NSE11
Syllabus 2015-2016; Roy (2009), p. 1-8.
1. Retrieve key elements in the NSE11 syllabus including assignments, rubrics and other course
evaluation tools.
2. Compare and contrast the two program philosophies.
PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY:
1.) Phenomenology:
Central principle of phenomenology is understanding the meaning of lived experience
Actualized through nurse-client relationship, w/ primary focus being on exploration of meaning of
clients; experiences of health and healing (i.e. How did it feel like to be told you have cancer?)
Person’s perception of health and how they live in life
Simpler terms: phenomenology is the study of “phenomena”: appearances of things, or things as
they appear in our experience, or the ways we experience things, thus the meanings things have in
our experience. Phenomenology studies conscious experience as experienced from the subjective
or first person point of view.
2.) Critical Social Theory:
Integral [essential] to critical social theory is a commitment to penetrate the world of objective
appearances in order to expose the underlying social relationships that are often concealed
Analyzing why they are living the way they are (things that impact their life; their vulnerabilities)
I.E.: YOUR PT. IS homeless and you found out why theyre homeless and how does society
contribute to it; it could be caused by money issues or medical problems, just why they are where
they are
How social relationships impact the way they live and their perception of health *****
Critical social theory addresses the unequal social economic, and power relations that often exist
within health care and society
Simpler Terms: refers to the study of differences bw people as related to socially determined
status, such as socioeconomics ( goal within nursing: identify and reduce social related health
disparities bw patients)
3. Characterize nursing as a profession
a.) Identify the criteria of a profession
o requires specialized knowledge, skills, scientific methods, and values based on research
o is taught in an institution of higher education
o advocates high ethical standards of its members
o engages in expanding its body of knowledge through research
o contribute to the good of society
o educted to use specialized knowledge to meet needs of society
b.) Articulate the domain of nursing knowledge
o focuses on a particular aspect of a person/patient
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o nurses role: through caring, help you get back to your optimal health
c.) Identify Professional behaviors and link them to academic behaviors
o members function autonomously
o members are committed to advanced study
o members are motivated by service to society
What is a profession?
A profession is a vocation or occupation that requires specialized knowledge, skills, scientific methods,
and values based on research and is taught in an institution of higher education. A profession advocates
high ethical standards of its members and engages in expanding its body of knowledge through research.
Members of a profession function autonomously, are committed to advanced study, and are motivated by
service to society.
****THERE IS NO WEEK 2 DOC FOR OBJECTIVES ; IT’S ACADEMIC INTEGRITY; JUST
VISIT THE DAMN RYERSON SITE FUCK*****
Academic Communication; Scholarly Literature; Academic Integrity
PLAGARISM:
Definition:
o the practice of claiming credit for the words, ideas, and concepts of others
How to avoid it:
o do your own work honestly and responsibly !
o cite it properly
Example:
o taking someone else’s research assignment and handing it in as your own
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:
Definition:
o means honesty and responsibility in scholarship; all academic work should result from an individual’s own
efforts
o moral code and ethical policy of an institution
o understanding and obeying the academic policies
Academic misconduct: action that can negatively impact the learning environment and things that can change the
way that the school judge your ability
NSE 11A WEEK 3 OBJECTIVES SEPTEMBER 21ST 2015 Debbie Truong
Critical thinking And the Nursing Process: An Introduction
P AND P CHAPTER 11
1. Describe the cognitive skills and critical thinking dispositions required for clinical decision
making in nursing.
Cognitive skill:
- Interpretation-be orderly in collecting data
- Analysis-be open-minded looking at patient info
- Inference-examine meanings and relationships in data
- Evaluation-assess all situations objectively
- Explanation-support findings and conclusions
- Self-regulation-reflect on your experiences; adhere to standards of practice
Critical thinking dispositions:
- Truth seeking-learn what’s actually happening in situation
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- Open-mindedness-be receptive to new ideas & tolerant to other POVs
- Analyticity-determine significance of situation; interpret meaning
- Systematicity-be organized & focused in data collection
- Self-confidence-trust own reasoning processes
- Inquisitiveness-actively seek new knowledge
- Maturity-accept that multiple solutions are possible; reflect on judgments
2. Outline the components of Kataoka-Yahiro’s & Saylor’s Model of critical thinking in nursing
CRITICAL THINKING MODEL (Kataoka-Yahiro and Saylor) :
Critical Thinking: using everything that you know (experience and knowledge); everything that makes
you who you are are to come up with the best solution for the problem ( who you are as a human being)
1.) Levels of Critical Thinking:
a.) Basic Critical Thinking
Understand rules, not enough experience
Learner trusts that experts have right answers for every problem
Thinking concrete and based on set of rules or principles (answers either right/wrong)
Follow procedure step by step within adjusting procedure to meet a patient’s unique needs
i.e doctor tells u to feed patient every 6 hours, so you do it
b.) Complex Critical Thinking
You know rules, begin to apply your own thinking
Separate thinking processes from experts and analyze and examine choices more
independently
Consider other options in addition to routine procedures when complex situations rise
Weigh benefits and risks of each potential solution before making final decision
i.e. doctor tells u to feed patient every 6 hours, you do it however you give pt choice of food
c.) Commitment
Anticipate need to make choices without help from other experts and take responsibility &
accountability for those choices
Choose action or belief on basis of the alternative solution available and you stand by it
i.e. doctor tells u to feed patient every 6 hours, however patient has surgery later; nurse
chooses not to feed patient because you’re not supposed to eat before surgery
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Nse 11a week 1 objectives september 8th 2015: Introduction: collaborative nursing program, nse 11ab; the nursing community. Ryerson, centennial, george brown collaborative nursing student handbook 2015-2016; nse11. Syllabus 2015-2016; roy (2009), p. 1-8: retrieve key elements in the nse11 syllabus including assignments, rubrics and other course evaluation tools, compare and contrast the two program philosophies. Central principle of phenomenology is understanding the meaning of lived experience. Actualized through nurse-client relationship, w/ primary focus being on exploration of meaning of clients; experiences of health and healing (i. e. how did it feel like to be told you have cancer?) Person"s perception of health and how they live in life. Simpler terms: phenomenology is the study of phenomena : appearances of things, or things as they appear in our experience, or the ways we experience things, thus the meanings things have in our experience. Phenomenology studies conscious experience as experienced from the subjective or first person point of view.

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