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University/ academy: Sohag University 

Faculty/ institute: Faculty of nursing

Department: Pediatric Nursing Department, faculty of Nursing

Course Specification

1-Course information
Code: nur307 Course title: Pediatric Nursing Year / Level: 3rd year/2nd semester
Speciality: Pediatric Nursing
20 h hrs / w
4hrs / w

Number of teaching unit:  Theoretical               Practical

2- Course aim: At the end of this course the student must be able to acquire  nursing students with the essential knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to provide competent care to children from birth through  adolescence and their families during health and illness
3- Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)
A- Knowledge and understanding: A1- Discuss concepts of pediatric nursing qualities

A2-Describe normal growth and development of children at different stages from birth through adolescents.

A3-Discuss nursery school in the life of the preschool child.

A4-Identify normal new born infant.

A5-Discuss psychological aspect of hospitalization.

A6-Describe factors affecting high risk infants and nursing care for these infants.

A7-Discuss different congenital anomalies in children.

A8-Discuss feeding of infant and children and weaning.

A9-Differentiate between different types of malnutritional diseases.

A10-Identify causes of gastrointestinal disorder and nursing care.

A11-Discuss respiratory system diseases and nursing care of each disease

A12-Discuss urinary system disease and nursing care.

A13-Discuss different neurological diseases and nursing care for each disease.

A14-Discuss different types of blood diseases and nursing care of each.

A15-Discuss signs and symptoms of dehydration.

A16-Discuss signs and symptoms of different cardiovascular diseases and nursing.

B-Intellectual skills: B1- Apply nursing process with culturally diverse children and their families, incorporating knowledge of illness and disease management, development, human responses to actual and potential health problems, current nursing research, and scientific principles.

B2-Integrate knowledge and values from the humanities, and social, physical and behavioral sciences into a theoretical base for providing professional nursing care to children and their families and use that base in clinical practice.

B3- Engage in critical thinking and decision making to analyze selected case studies and critical thinking exercises related to children and their families.

B4- Collaborate with children, their family members, and health care professionals to plan and implement care.

B5- Formulate plans of care based on illness and disease management, age and developmental status.

C- Professional skills: C1- Take vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure) properly.

C2—Take complete pediatric history.

C3-Perform basic adult physical assessment (physical examination and investigations).

C4-Collect laboratory specimens (urine, stool, sputum blood) from infants and children properly.

C5-Administer medication by various routes

C6-Apply appropriate infection prevention practices.

C7-Provide wound care.

C8-Provide basic pre-and postoperative care.

C9- Apply proper neonatal resuscitation measures

C10- Apply cord care properly

 

D- General skills D1 – Use appropriate interpersonal communication skills.

D2- Apply basic principles of health education and counseling (group and individual).

D3- Apply principles of advocacy, empowerment, ethics, human rights and gender issues to care provision.

D4- Use appropriate records (written) reports (oral and written) and documents (written).

4- Course content:

·      Overview of pediatric nursing

  1. Growth and development
  2. Health promotion
  3. Pediatric emergencies
  4. High risk neonates
  5. Psychological aspects of hospitalization
  6. Nursing care of children with respiratory disorders
  7. Nursing care of children with nutritional disorders
  8. Nursing care of children with cardiovascular disorders
  9. Nursing care of children with urinary disorders
  10. Nursing care of children with blood disorders
  11. Nursing care of children with communicable diseases
  12. Nursing care of children with nervous system disorders
  13. Nursing care of children with endocrine disorders

14-Nursing care of infants and children with various surgical conditions

15- nursing care to children with pediatric oncology

5- Teaching and learning Methods -Lectures

– data show and group discussion

-Written Board

-Demonstration

-Case study

-Role play

-Black Board

-Power Point

6- Teaching and learning methods for students with learning difficulties: Do not accept the college with limited capabilities
7- Students’ evaluation:
a- Methods for evaluation Final-term Examination

Oral exam

Clinical exam (OSCE)

b-Time -Mid-term examination           6th week

-Final-term examination         at the end of semester

– Oral examination.                   at the end of semester

c- Distribution of Marks/grads : -Mid-term examination           10      %

-Final-term examination          40      %

-Oral examination.                   10     %

-Practical examination             10     %

-Semester work                          30     %

8- List of references
a- Course notes:  Complied course notes prepared by teaching staff
b- Essential books: -Course notes

-Pediatric nursing books

c- Recommended books: -Whley & Wong  pediatric nursing books

-Practical pediatric nursing books

d- Periodicals, scientific journals, … -Periodicals, Web sites,

-Pediatric nursing journals

–  www.pediatricnursing.net

www.pediatricnursing.org/

www.paediatricnursing.rcnpublishing.co.uk/

 

Teacher /teachers of the course                                                    Signatures  

ا.م.د/ يسرية السيد يوسف

ا.م.د/ امينةمحمد ثابت

ا.م.د/ منال محمد احمد عايد

د/ صابرة محمد احمد

د/ فاطمة الزهراء كمال السيد

 

Head of department council

 

Dr: Manal Mohamed Ahmed Ayed