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    • NURS 100 Nursing Fundamentals Introduction To The Nursing Profession
    • THE NURSING PROFESSION
      • ACCOUNTABLE PROFESSION
      • GUIDED BY:
        • SCIENCE
        • THEORY
        • CODE OF ETHICS
        • CARE & COMFORT
    • NURSING…. WHAT IS IT???
      • ATTENTION TO FULL RANGE OF HUMAN RESPONSES TO HEALTH & ILLNESS
      • INCORPORATE THE CLIENT’S EXPERIENCE
      • APPLICATION OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO THE DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT PROCESS
      • PROVISION OF CARING RELATIONSHIP THAT FACILITATES HEALTH & HEALING
    • NURSING & MEDICINE
      • NURSING COMPLEMENTS MEDICINE
      • MEDICINE IS DISEASE ORIENTED
      • NURSING FOCUSES ON THE HUMAN RESPONSE
    • NURSING ….
      • AN ART and A SCIENCE
      • FOCUSES NOT ON ILLNESS BUT RATHER A CLIENT’S RESPONSE TO ILLNESS
      • PROMOTES HEALTH & HELPS CLIENTS MOVE TO HIGHER LEVEL OF WELLNESS
    • NURSING AS A DISCIPLINE
      • WHAT DIFFERENTIATES NURSING FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES ?
      • NURSING THEORY
      • PROVIDES THE FOUNDATION FOR NURSING KNOWLEDGE & GIVES DIRECTION TO NURSING PRACTICE
    • WHAT IS A THEORY?
      • A SET OF CONCEPTS & PROPOSITIONS THAT PROVIDE AN ORDERLY WAY TO VIEW OBSERVABLE FACTS.
      • Concepts – vehicles of thought.
      • Propositions – statements that propose a relationship between concepts.
    • HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
      • TO UNDERSTAND THE PRESENT STATUS OF NURSING, IT IS NECESSARY TO HAVE A BASE OF HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE PROFESSION
    • FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
      • FOUNDER OF MODERN NURSING
      • COMPLETED A 3-MONTH COURSE OF STUDY AT THE KAISERWERTH INSTITUTE
      • REDUCED MORTALITY/MORBIDITY DURING BRITAIN’S CRIMEAN WAR
      • ESTABLISHED THE NIGHTINGALE TRAINING SCHOOL IN LONDON
    • 1960’s
      • HEALTH CARE ENHANCED BY MEDICARE & MEDICAID
      • NURSING & PHYSICIAN SHORTAGES
      • NURSE PRACTITIONERS APPEAR
      • FOCUS ON HEALTH MAINTENANCE
    • 1970’S
      • PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY FOR NURSES DEBATED
      • DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING THEORIES
      • NURSING ENTERS UNIVERSITY SETTING
      • PROFESSIONAL NURSING ORGANIZATIONS APPEAR
    • 1980’S
      • NURSES BECOME MORE SPECIALIZED
      • NURSE PRACTITIONERS MORE WIDELY ACCEPTED
      • EXPANDED NURSING ROLES
    • 1990’S
      • MORE AGED POPULATION
      • NURSES SHAPE POLICIES
      • NURSING BECOMES STRONG ADVOCATE
      • HEALTHY PEOPLE INITIATIVES:
        • HEALTHY PEOPLE 2000
        • HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010
    • 2000 and beyond…
      • Governor Easley declared 2000-2010 as "The Decade of the Nurse" per request of NCNA.
      • Continued nursing shortage and nursing educator shortage.
      • ???
    • NURSING EDUCATION
      • ENTRY LEVEL - PREPARE GRADUATES TO TAKE A LICENSING EXAM
      • RN GRADUATES = NCLEX-RN
      • LPNS: UNDER RN OR OTHER
        • PROGRAM = 9-12 MONTHS
        • TAKE NCLEX-PN EXAM
    • TYPES OF RN PROGRAMS
      • ASSOCIATE DEGREE
      • BACCALAUREATE DEGREE
      • DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
    • STAFF DEVELOPMENT & CONTINUING EDUCATION
      • MAINTAIN REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE & SKILL FOR CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE
      • ADDITION TO FORMAL EDUCATION
      • ORIENTATION & IN-SERVICE PROGRAMS
    • FUTURE OF NURSING
      • NEED TO:
        • COMMUNICATE NEEDS FOR REFORM
        • DEVELOP EVIDENCE -BASED PRACTICE
        • MONITOR SAFE PRACTICE
        • IMPLEMENT POLICIES TO ADDRESS CHANGES IN NURSING LABOR MARKET
    • HEALTH CARE TEAM MEMBERS
      • NURSE
      • PHYSICIAN
      • PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
      • PHARMACIST
      • DENTIST
      • SOCIAL WORKER
      • CASE MANAGER
      • VOLUNTEERS
      • SPEECH THERAPIST
      • RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
      • PHYSICAL THERAPIST
      • OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
      • CHAPLAIN
      • DIETITIAN
      • NURSING ASSISTANT
    • NURSING ROLES
      • CAREGIVER
      • TEACHER
      • ADVOCATE
      • MANAGER
      • EXPERT
      • CASE MANAGER
      • TEAM MEMBER
    • HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
      • MECHANISM FOR PROVIDING SERVICES THAT MEET THE HEALTH-RELATED NEEDS OF INDIVIDUALS
      • NURSING IS A MAJOR COMPONENT
    • TYPES OF SERVICES
      • PRIMARY -HEALTH PROMOTION & ILLNESS PREVENTION
      • SECONDARY -EARLY DETECTION & INTERVENTION
      • TERTIARY -RESTORATIVE AND REHABILITATIVE CARE
    • LIMITATIONS TO ACCESS OF CARE
      • INABILITY TO OBTAIN INSURANCE
      • CULTURAL BARRIERS
      • SHORTAGE OF PROVIDERS
      • LIMITED ACCESS TO ANCILLARY SERVICES
      • SOCIOECONOMIC ISSUES
    • Where Do You Fit In?
      • Name
      • Personal definition of NURSING
      • Goal for NURS 100
    • GOOD LUCK!!!