Nursing 2030 Health Assessment (Fall 2019)

This course provides the student with knowledge and skills for holistic assessment of individuals. Students learn data collection techniques (interviewing skills, critical thinking skills, and the physical examination techniques of inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation). The focus is on the well individual.

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List of Reserve Material: 

Gottlieb, L.& Feeley, N. (2005). The collaborative partnership approach to care: A delicate balance. (pps. 65-81).

Munro et al., (2000). The Prince Edward Island conceptual model of nursing: A nursing perspective of primary health care. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 31, pp.39-55 (focus on pps 46-49).

Tanner CA. (2006). Thinking like a nurse: a research-based model of clinical judgment in nursingJournal of Nursing Education45(6), 204–211.

Weber, J. & Kelley, J. (2014). Thinking critically to analyze data and make informed nursing judgments. In Health Asssessment in Nursing, 65-72. Philadelphia, PA: LWW

Smith, S. H. (2017). Using albumin and prealbumin to assess nutritional statusNursing, (4), pp.65-66.