Paula Walsh

Clinical Assistant Professor

Nursing & Health Sciences / Community

508-999-8583

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Dion 318E


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A course to prepare first-year nursing students for the demands of higher education and foster the development of a professional nursing identity. The course promotes academic success and social development by fostering personal and academic goal setting, evaluating personal learning styles, and developing successful study strategies. Students will gain or improve study techniques and strategies, research literacy, time management skills, organizational skills, speaking and writing skills, personal development, interpersonal skills, career goals, appreciation for cultural diversity, and orientation to university resources and services.

Prepares the beginning-nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respect developmental differences across the lifespan. The emphasis is on health and development of individuals. Students are introduced to broad definitions and indicators of health, with a focus on nursing framework. Assessment, consistent with the ANA Scope and Standards of Clinical Nursing Practice (2010), is foundational to the nurse¿s goal of maximizing health. Student explore caring behaviors, interviewing concepts and physical examination techniques, which are used to conduct holistic health histories and physical assessments to determine the health status of individuals.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

Experiential Learning: Designed to assist the beginning nursing student to conduct a holistic health assessment of adults that respects developmental differences across the lifespan. Using a variety of methods, students engage in caring behaviors and utilize interviewing concepts to conduct a holistic health history and perform a physical assessment to determine health status. The nursing skill laboratory and community settings are utilized.

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