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LORENZO WALKER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM
CLINICAL SCOPE:
Medical-Surgical Nursing III, Clinical
PLACEMENT:
Semester 3 – PRN0096; Section 42.0 – 44.0
TIME ALLOTMENT:
130 hours
PURPOSE:
The purpose of this rotation is to build on and expand the nursing skills learned in Medical Surgical
Nursing I and II as well as to develop transitional skills leading to workplace and employment
success.
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The students will provide care for medical and surgical patients in the acute or long term care
setting. Students will be caring for 2 to 3 medical surgical patients in this rotation. The clinical
experience will focus on continuing to develop and build on nursing skills learned in Med Surg I
and II Clinical as well as developing transitional skills and demonstrating employability skills
specific to practical nursing.
Observational hours shall not exceed 18 hours.
METHODS OF EVALUATION:
The student will be evaluated using the Clinical Student Evaluation tool as well as ongoing
completion of Medical Surgical Skills Checklist.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
To successfully complete the course, the student must receive a passing grade on the Clinical
Student Evaluation.
METHODS OF EVALUATION:
The student will be evaluated using the Clinical Student Evaluation tool as well as ongoing
completion of Medical Surgical Skills Checklist.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
To successfully complete the course, the student must receive a passing grade on the Clinical
Student Evaluation.
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Castaldi, PA Study Guide for Christensen and Kockrow Foundations of Nursing, St. Louis:
Mosby/Elsevier, 2011.
Christensen, BL and Kockrow, EO, Foundations of Nursing, 6th edition, St. Louis:
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Mosby/Elsevier, 2011.
Deglin, J and Vallerand, A., Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses, 12th ed., Philadelphia: FA Davis
Company, 2011.
FA Davis, Taber’s Cyclopedia Medical Dictionary, Philadelphia: FA Davis Company, 21st ed.,
2011.
Linton, AD, Introduction to Medical Surgical Nursing, 4th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders/Elsevier,
2007.
Maebius, NK, Study Guide for Linton Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing, 4th ed.
Philadelphia: Saunders/Elsevier, 2007.
Myers, E and Hopkins, T., LPN Notes, 2nd ed., Philadelphia: FA Davis Company, 20th ed., 2008.
Ogden, S, Calculation of Drug Dosages, 8th ed., St. Louis: Mosby/Elsevier, 2007.
Pagano, KD and Pagano, TJ, Mosby’s Diagnostic and Laboratory Test Reference, 9th ed. 2009.
Thibodeau, Patton, The Human Body in Health and Disease, 5th ed, St Louis: Mosby/Elsevier,
2010
Thibodeau, Patton, The Human Body in Health and Disease, Study Guide, 5th ed., St. Louis:
Mosby Elsevier, 2010
Silvestri, LA, Saunders Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-PN, 4th ed., Philadelphia:WB
Saunders Co., 2010.
Sparks, Sheila and Taylor, Cynthia, Nursing Diagnosis Reference Manual, 7th ed. Pennsylvania:
Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2008.
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Nursing 6th ed., 2011
Virtual Clinical Excursions – Medical Surgical; for Linton Introduction to Medical Surgical
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COURSE OBJECTIVES:
In addition to the objectives for Medical-Surgical I and II, the student will be able to:
1. Respond to emotional needs of patient and family.
2. Recognize the potential for suicide attempts in the depressed person and initiate
appropriate intervention.
3. Organize complex patient care assignments with multiple clients.
4. Discuss F.S. 464 and the corresponding Rules
5. Discuss the scope of practice of a Licensed Practical Nurse in a leadership/supervisory role
6. Describe the role of the LPN in delegation to unlicensed personnel
7. Recognize the potential for stress in the practice of nursing and develop methods of
managing stress.
8. Recognize the potential for violence in the workplace and describe methods of reducing
that potential.
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