Course Title: Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2019

Course Code: NURS5377C

Course Title: Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans

School: 174T School of VE Engineering, Health & Science

Campus: City Campus

Program: C5365 - Diploma of Nursing

Course Contact: Jaye Keating

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99254845

Course Contact Email: jaye.keating@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Nominal Hours: 110

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

There are no pre-requisites for this unit of competency

Course Description

 

This course describes the skills and knowledge required to implement nursing care as outlined in a person’s plan of care, evaluate outcomes of care provided, record and report progress, and respond to an emergency situation.

 

This course applies to enrolled nursing work carried out in consultation and collaboration with registered nurses, and under supervisory arrangements aligned to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia regulatory authority legislative requirements.

 

This course includes a Work Integrated Learning experience in which your knowledge and skills will be applied and assessed in a real or simulated workplace context and where feedback from industry and/or community is integral to your experience.


This course includes clinical placement


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

HLTENN004 Implement, monitor and evaluate nursing care plans

Element:

1. Prepare a person for care procedures.

Performance Criteria:

Prepare a person for care procedures.

1.1 Explain the procedures, preparation required and time-frame involved and gain the person’s consent.

1.2 Maintain the person’s privacy and dignity and use a culturally appropriate approach during preparation and procedures.

Element:

2. Implement care procedures to meet identified needs.

Performance Criteria:

Implement care procedures to meet identified needs.

2.1 Assist the person to address their personal and oral hygiene and their dressing and grooming needs in achieving health outcomes.

2.2 Identify contributing factors and implement appropriate strategies to prevent and manage skin breakdown.

2.3 Confirm the person’s nutritional and elimination needs and apply strategies to meet identified needs.

2.4 Assist the person’s respiratory function by demonstrating and promoting deep breathing and coughing exercises.

2.5 Use appropriate measures to promote the person’s comfort, rest and sleep.

2.6 Actively encourage the person to contribute to their own independence and mobility through active and passive exercises.

2.7 Identify and respond appropriately to signs and symptoms of an emergency situation or condition.

2.8 Use emergency codes correctly and initiate basic life support according to organisation policy and procedures.

Element:

3. Monitor a person's identified care needs.

Performance Criteria:

Monitor a person’s identified care needs.

3.1 Maintain ongoing assessment of the person through observation and by using monitoring equipment and devices.

3.2 Prioritise work activities to address the person’s urgent needs, maintaining a balanced approach to own workload.

3.3 Record and report concerns in the person’s condition or behaviour to the registered nurse, and report situations of risk according to organisation policy and procedures.

Element:

4. Evaluate outcomes of care provided.

Performance Criteria:

Evaluate outcomes of care provided.

4.1 Consult and collaborate with interdisciplinary team to identify and evaluate own contributions to the person’s care.

4.2 Evaluate the person’s progress towards planned outcomes as documented in the care plan.

4.3 Make required changes to nursing care plan in line with best practice in nursing.

4.4 Record and report all aspects of the evaluation of nursing care provided.


Learning Outcomes


The critical learning for this course takes place in clinical placement within the health sector and within simulations in RMIT laboratories.

You will be instructed in skills through demonstration, modelling and role-play. Skills development is supported by lectures on theory and underpinning knowledge, classroom discussions, group work, research and reflective practice.

 

 

On completion of this course you should be able to:

  1. Prepare a person for care procedures.

    1.1 Explain the procedures, preparation required and time-frame involved and gain the person’s consent.

    1.2 Maintain the person’s privacy and dignity and use a culturally appropriate approach during preparation and procedures.

  2. Implement care procedures to meet identified needs.

    2.1 Assist the person to address their personal and oral hygiene and their dressing and grooming needs in achieving health outcomes.

    2.2 Identify contributing factors and implement appropriate strategies to prevent and manage skin breakdown.

    2.3 Confirm the person’s nutritional and elimination needs and apply strategies to meet identified needs.

    2.4 Assist the person’s respiratory function by demonstrating and promoting deep breathing and coughing exercises.

    2.5 Use appropriate measures to promote the person’s comfort, rest and sleep.

    2.6 Actively encourage the person to contribute to their own independence and mobility through active and passive exercises.

    2.7 Identify and respond appropriately to signs and symptoms of an emergency situation or condition.

    2.8 Use emergency codes correctly and initiate basic life support according to organisation policy and procedures.

  3. Monitor a person’s identified care needs.

    3.1 Maintain ongoing assessment of the person through observation and by using monitoring equipment and devices.

    3.2 Prioritise work activities to address the person’s urgent needs, maintaining a balanced approach to own workload.

    3.3 Record and report concerns in the person’s condition or behaviour to the registered nurse, and report situations of risk according to organisation policy and procedures.

  4. Evaluate outcomes of care provided.

    4.1 Consult and collaborate with interdisciplinary team to identify and evaluate own contributions to the person’s care.

    4.2 Evaluate the person’s progress towards planned outcomes as documented in the care plan.

    4.3 Make required changes to nursing care plan in line with best practice in nursing.

    4.4 Record and report all aspects of the evaluation of nursing care provided.


Details of Learning Activities

Learning Activities

All learning activities you will undertake within the course are designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to perform to the standard expected in the health industry.

Learning activities include:

Face to Face tutorials – introduce you to the key concepts within the course
Practical Labs – provide an opportunity to practise your skills in a simulated work environment
Online Activities – provide you with formative feedback and facilitate your learning as you progress through your learning.
Clinical placement – provides you with practical experience in a nursing workplace.


Teaching Schedule

Teaching Schedule: This is a long Syllabus, please scroll down to the bottom of the page to see full course schedule. 

 

 

This course is delivered over Semester 1, 2019 (1905) and Semester 2, 2019 (1945)  

 

 

 

Week Semester 1, 2019

Lesson Content

Lab Sessions

Assessments

WK 8 Commencing 1st April 2019

Lesson 1: Face to Face in class learning. 

Introduction to the course including:

●      Course requirements

●      Course support documents

●      Course Canvas access

●      Accuracy of enrolment

●      Assessment requirements/cover   sheets

●      Reminder re Plagiarism

●      Reminder re Appeals

●      Extensions/Resubmissions

●      Feedback in this course

●      Reminder re submission       requirements

 

The requirements for the assessment tasks for this course will be discussed.

Students are required to start working on Assessment Task.

 WK 11 Commencing  29th April 2019

Lesson 2: Face to Face in class learning.

Lesson 3: Face to Face in class learning.  

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 12 Commencing 6th May 2019

Lesson 4: Face to Face in class learning. 

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 13 Commencing 13th May 2019

 

Lab Skill Lesson 1: Students will be dived into 2 groups and will required to attend either a Morning Lab Skill Session or Afternoon Lab Skill Session as per Canvas Announcement.

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 14 Commencing 20th May 2019

Lesson 5: Face to Face in class learning. 

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 15 Commencing 27th May 2019

 

 

 

Lab Skill Lesson 2: Students will be dived into 2 groups and will required to attend either a Morning Lab Skill Session or Afternoon Lab Skill Session as per Canvas Announcement.

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

Beginning of Semester 2, 2019 (1945)

   

WK 1 Commencing 8th July 2019

Lesson 6: Face to Face in class learning.

 

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 2 Commencing 15th July 2019

 

 

Lab Skill Lesson 3: Students will be dived into 2 groups and will required to attend either a Morning Lab Skill Session or Afternoon Lab Skill Session as per Canvas Announcement.

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.

WK 4 Commencing 29th July 2019

Lesson 7: Face to Face in class learning.

 

 Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.
WK 5 Commencing 5th August 2019 

Lab Skill Lesson 4: Students will be dived into 2 groups and will required to attend either a Morning Lab Skill Session or Afternoon Lab Skill Session as per Canvas Announcement.

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.
WK 6 Commencing 12th August 2019

Lesson 8: Face to Face in class learning.

Lesson 9: Face to Face in class learning.

 

 Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task.
WK 7 Commencing 19th August 2019 Clinical Placement: No Classes 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task 2. This assessment task will be due in week 10 soon.

Assessment Task 3 of 3 Clinical Placement: Due this week. 

WK 8 Commencing 26th August 2019

Clinical Placement: No Classes

 

 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task 2. This assessment task will be due in week 10 soon.

Assessment Task 3 of 3 Clinical Placement: Due this week. 

 

WK   Commencing 2nd of September 2019

 

Mid semester break: No Classes 

Students should continue working on completing Assessment Task 2. This assessment task will be due in week 10 soon.

 

 

WK 10 Commencing 16th of September 2019

 

 

 

Assessment Task 2 of 3: Due Date: Friday 20th September 2019.

WK 12 Commencing 30th September 2019

 

Lab Skill Lesson 5: Students will be dived into 2 groups and will required to attend either a Morning Lab Skill Session or Afternoon Lab Skill Session as per Canvas Announcement.

 

Lab Assessment:

 

See timetable for days
WK 13 Commencing 7th October 2019

 

 

Lab Assessment: Re-sits Assessments as per Canvas Announcement.

End of Semester 2, 2019  


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References


Other Resources

2018 Recommended Text   (Books can be purchased or accessed in Library and on line via the Library)   Lewis's Medical-Surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, 4th edition, (2014) Brown, D., Edwards, H., Seaton, L., & Buckley, T.                   (1st and 2nd year)                                                     Nursing Diagnosis Handbook An Evidence-based Guide to Planning Care, 11th edition, (2017) Ackley, B., Ladwig, G., & Flynn Makic, M.               (1st and 2nd year)                                                     Tabbner's Nursing Care: Theory and Practice, 7th edition, (2016), Koutoukidis, G., Stainton,K., & Hughson, J.     (1st and 2nd year)


Overview of Assessment

 

Assessment Tasks

 

Assessment Task 1: Practical Assessment of Basic Life Support

 

Assessment Task 2: Case Study and Evaluation of Nursing Care plan

 

Assessment Task 3: Clinical Placement





You will be provided with an assessment overview for the course and a descriptor for each assessment task.

Feedback is provided on each assessment.


Assessment Tasks

Assessment Tasks

 

Assessment Task 1:  Practical Assessment -Simulation on an emergency and performance of Basic Life Support 

Due Date: Lab 3

You will perform basic life support in a simulated environment on an adult, child and an infant manikin. You will be observed by an RMIT assessor and feedback will be provided by your tutor.

 

Assessment Task 2: Case Study and Evaluation of a care plan

Due Date: Week 14 Semester 1 2019

You will be required to evaluate a plan of care using the information provided in a case study for this assessment.

 

Assessment Task 3: Clinical Placement  Observation of Performance in Advanced Aged Care clinical placement CP2 and CP3. 1 care plan to be completed on a person during each placement (2 care plans in total).

Due Date: Designated Clinical Placement Weeks

You will be observed by an RMIT Clinical facilitator and feedback will be provided.


Assessment Matrix

Assessment Matrix

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Performance Criteria

Related Assessment Task

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Other Information

Other Information

Please refer to the RMIT Student Page for extensive information about study support, assessments, extensions, appeals and a range of other matters:http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students

Placement

Please note an opportunity to repeat clinical placement is not guaranteed and will be at the discretion of the Clinical Coordinator/Program Manager.

 

Special Consideration

Use the special consideration process if your circumstances are such that you cannot fulfil assessment requirements. For example, if you are unable to complete any piece of assessment by a due date, you will need to apply for an extension.

Re submissions

You are permitted to have a maximum of 2 re-submissions for this course, however each individual assessment may only be resubmitted once.  Re submissions are not automatic and will only be approved at the discretion of the program coordinator after consultation with the teacher.

  All re submissions must be completed and submitted no more than 7 days after your work has been assessed.

 

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

RMIT has a strict policy on plagiarism and academic integrity. Please refer to: http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/academic-integrity for more information.

Working with Children Check and Police Check

This course requires a Working with Children Check and Police Check

 

Attendance

You are required to attend all sessions in order to engage in the required learning activities and ensure the maximum opportunity to gain competency.

 

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