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    • Syllabus Summary
      Nursing 330 – Health Assessment Fall 2009
    • Contact information
      Shirley Comer, RN, MSN, JD
      Office C3354
      Email
      Use WebCT email
      S-comer@govst.edu
      Phone 708-235-2133
      Fax 708-235-2197
    • Special Instructions
      Mandatory Practice Sessions
      Sign up for 3 sessions
      Failure means fail course
      Equipment needed
      Stethoscope, BP cuff, penlight, ruler
      Textbook: Dillon, Nursing Health Assessment 2nd ed.
      Assignments are due when indicated. No late assignments will be accepted
      No assignments can be accepted after 12/11
      Incomplete grades not given unless University req met
    • Assignments
      2 exams – taken online- available on Monday and Tuesday of the week only
      15% each
      12 weekly write ups
      25%
      11 weekly anatomy quizzes
      15%
      Final comprehensive health assessment
      25%
      Clinical Practice Log
      5%
    • Course Structure
      Arranged in weekly modules
      Starts Monday 8a and ends Sunday at midnight
      Contain an introduction, Lecturette, Activities, links to assignments, quizzes and extra credit.
      Go to “take the course” or “learning modules”
      Follow the menu links on the left side of the screen
      Contain all links you need to complete the assignments
      Use student tutorials if this is your first online course.