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Course Syllabus
RNSG 2230 – Professional Nursing Review
and Licensure
Revision Date: Summer 15
Course Name: Professional Nursing Review and Licensure
Course Number: RNSG 2230
Semester Credit Hours: 2
Lecture Hours per week: 2
Contact Hours per Semester: 64
State Approval Code: CIP 51.3801
Pre-requisites: RNSG 1412, 2261, 1343, 1263
Co-requisites: RNSG 2231, 2263, 2221
Course Description: Review of concepts required for licensure examination and entry into the
practice of professional nursing. The NCLEX-RN test plan, assessment of knowledge deficits, and
development of individual study plans based on results of previous specialty HESI exams will be
utilized. This course is a hybrid course. The application of NCLEX principles and concepts will be
utilized preparing the student for success on NCLEX. Apply knowledge, skills and understanding
of critical concepts required for entry into professional nursing.
Purpose and Goals of the Course: Apply knowledge, skills, and understanding of critical
concepts required for entry into professional nursing. Demonstrate individual competency level
applicable to nursing content areas. Exhibits readiness for licensure examination by achieve a
900 on the HESI exit exam.
Core Competencies: Students are expected to demonstrate basic competency in reading,
writing, oral communication, math, and computer skills. Students are expected to be an active
learning participant by assuming accountability in preparing for each class by completing
required readings and/or other learning activities as listed in the syllabus.
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Table of Contents
Course Description.......................................................................................................................... 1
Course Requirements ...................................................................................................................... 3
Grading Criteria…………………………………………………………………………………...4
Course Outcomes …………………………………………………………………………...........5
Unit Objectives……………………………………………………………………………………5
Reference Requirements………………………………………………………………………….6
STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………………………………………8
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Panola College
Associate Degree Nursing Program
Course Requirements:
1. Regular class attendance within current attendance policies.
2. Completion of assignments by due date.
3. Preparation and active participation in class.
4. Outside readings and assignments.
5. Compliance with all rules and regulations as outlined in current Department of
Nursing Student Handbook and Panola College Catalog. This includes academic
integrity. Each student MUST turn in their own work, including exams. If this is not
done, turning in work done by someone else and/or submitting exams with prior
knowledge of questions not given by instructor, will be grounds for a review of
conduct and a zero on the exam.
Special Needs
If any student in this class has special classroom or testing needs because of physical, learning,
or emotional conditions, please contact the ADA counselor in the administration building,
telephone # 903-693-1123.
Attendance Policy
According to the Associate Degree Nursing Student Handbook, it is expected that every student
will be present at all classes. Classes begin promptly time TBA and students will not be allowed
to enter the classroom after this time; students may enter during a break, however, the student
will still receive a tardy. Panola One students are expected to log into the class on the first date
opened. Many of the class activities will be done outside of class therefore the class will meet
as indicated on the calendar,
Absences-refer to the absence policy in the Student Handbook
Tardies- 3 tardies is equal to 1 absence
Students are expected to prepare for, attend, and participate in all classes. Assignments are
expected to be submitted on time!
Teaching Learning Strategies
Audio-Visual
Class Participation
Marker Board
Live NCLEX reviews
Lecture
Written Assignments
Case Studies
Group Assignments
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On-line assigments
GRADING: The final course grade will be based on the score received on the comprehensive
HESI which is administered at the end of each semester.
900 or greater on the comprehensive HESI = A
800-899 on the comprehensive HESI
=B
Less than 800 on the comprehensive HESI = C
Students who do not score 900 or above on the comprehensive HESI will be required to take an
additional NCLEX preparation by registering for RNSG 1193 after graduation which is a 4 week
course and includes the NCSBN prep course which is approximately $80 course and re-taking
the comprehensive HESI.
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COURSE OUTCOMES
THE NURSE AS A MEMBER OF THE PROFESSION
At the end of the course using classroom application, the student will be able to:
1. Describes the nurse’s ethical/legal scope of practice while assuming
responsibility for nursing care (Scans 1Ai, ii, iv, v 1Bii, iii, iv 1Ci, v 2Ai 2Bi, iii, vi 1Ciii)
2. Demonstrates responsibility for continued competence in nursing practice
(Scans 1Ci,ii, iv, v 2Bi)
THE NURSE AS A PROVIDER OF PATIENT-CENTERED CARE
At the end of the course using classroom application, the student will be able to:
3. Provides safe, caring, holistic nursing to patients and their families through
competent use of the nursing process (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,iv,v 2Ai, iii, iv 2Biii,
vi 2Ci, ii)
4. Develop, implement, and evaluate teaching plans for patients and their families
to address health promotion, maintenance, and restoration (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1B
ii, iii, iv,v 1Ci 2Ai, iii, iv 2B i, iii 2Ci,ii,iii)
PO # 1
DEC I a,b
PO # 2
DEC I c,d
5. Integrate clinical reasoning and evidence-based decision-making in nursing
practice while coordinating human, information, and material resources (Scans
1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,iv,v 1C1,v 2Ai,iii,iv 2Bi,iii,iv,vi 2Ci,11,iii,iv,2Di,ii,iii2Ei,ii,iii)
THE NURSE AS A PATIENT SAFETY ADVOCATE
At the end of the course using classroom application, the student will be able to:
6. Assumes accountability and responsibility for the quality of nursing care
provided to clients and families (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,iv,v 1Ci,iii,v 2Ai,iii,iv
2Bi,ii,iii,iv,v,vi 2Ci,ii,iii2Di,ii,iii2Ei,ii,iii)
7. Accept and make assignments and delegate tasks that take into consideration
patient safety and organizational policy (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,iv,v1Ci,ii,iii,iv,v
2Ai,ii,iii,iv,2Bi,ii,iii,iv,v,vi 2Ci,ii,iii2Di 2Eii,iii)
PO # 5
DEC II a,h
THE NURSE AS A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE TEAM
At the end of the course using classroom application, the student will be able to:
8. Coordinate, collaborate, and communicate with patients, their families, and the
interdisciplinary health care team to plan, implement, and evaluate patientcentered care while ensuring confidentiality (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,v 1Ci,ii,iii,iv
2Bi,iii,iv,v,vi 2Ci,ii,iii,iv2Dii 2Eii)
9. Serve as a health care advocate in mentoring and promoting quality healthcare
and access for patients and their families (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,v 1C i,v 2A iii,iv
2B i,ii,iii,iv,vi 2Ci,ii,iii,iv 2D ii, iii 2Ei, ii)
10. Synthesize information using technology to support decision making to improve
patient care (Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bi,ii,iii,iv,v 1Ci,v 2Aiii, iv 2Bi, iii, vi 2C I,ii,iii,iv 2D
I,ii,iii 2Ei,ii,iii)
11. Delegate and supervise evidence-base nursing care using Scope of Practice
(Scans 1Ai,ii,iii,iv,v 1Bii,iii,v 1Ci,ii,iii,iv,v2Ai, ,iv 2Bi,ii,iii,iv,v,vi 2Ci,ii,iii,2Di 2Ei,ii)
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PO # 3
DEC II a,b,d
PO #4
DEC II c, e, f,
g
PO #6
DEC III b,d,f
PO# 7
DEC III a,b, c,
e, f
PO # 8
DEC IV a,d,e
PO # 9
DEC IV b, c
PO #10
DEC IV d,e
PO # 11
DEC IV f,g
Unit 1: Assessment of Learning Opportunities
Topic
NCLEX Blue Print
Study skills/review of question type
Hesi Remediation
Case Studies
HESI Reviews
Register for Licensing
Texas Jurisprudence Exam or course
Resource
NCSBN wbsite
NCSBN Canvas PPT
Evolve remediation, past HESI scores
Evolve website
Evolve website
Texas BON; Louisiana BON
Texas BON
Unit 2: NCLEX Practice Tests
Topic
Comprehensive Practice Exam 1
Comprehensive Practice Exam 2
Comprehensive Practice Exam 3
Multidisciplinary Quiz Practice
Multidisciplinary Assignment Quiz
Resource
EvolveEvolve
Evolve
Evolve
Evolve
Unit 3: Live HESI NCLEX review
Topic
NCLEX content
Resource
NCSBN website HESI review book and workbook 3
day live review
Unit 4: Hurst Live Review
Topic
NCLEX Content
Resource
Hurst review book 3 day live review access to online resourses
Unit 5 Specialty HESI Exams)
Topic
Medical Surgical Specialty Exam
Fundamentals Specialty Exam
Psychiatric Specialty Exam
Maternal/Child Specialty Exam
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Resource
Medical Surgical practice test Evolve, practice
questions
Fundamentals practice test
Psychiatric practice test Evolve, practice questions
Maternal/Child practice test Evolve, practice
questions
Required Textbooks Reference
American Heart Association (2011). Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Provider Manual.
USA, AHA
Ackley, B. (2011). Nursing Diagnosis Handbook (9th edition). St. Louis, Mo. Mosby/Elsevier
Dirksen, S. (2015). Clinical companion for medical-surgical nursing assessment and
management of clinical problems. (8rd ed). St. Louis: Mosby/Elsevier.
Gahart, Betty & Nazareno, Adrienne, (2015). Intravenous medications. (25th ed). St. Louis:
Mosby/Elsevier.
HESI (2014). Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN Examination (4th ed). St. Louis: Elsevier
Hurst (2012). Hurst Comprehensive NCLEX Review. Jackson, MS
Lewis, S., Heitkemper, M., & Dirksen, S. (2011). Medical-surgical nursing assessment and
management of clinical problems. (8th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby/Elsevier.
Lilley, L. & Aucker, R. (2011). Pharmacology and the nursing process. (6th ed.). St. Louis:
Mosby/Elsevier.
Pickar, Gloria. (2014). Dosage calculations. (9th ed). Albany: Delmar.
Silvestri, L. (2014). Saunders comprehensive review for nclex-rn (6th ed). St.Louis: W.B.
Saunders Company.
Skidmore-Roth, L. (2014). Mosby’s drug guide for nurses, (9th ed). St. Louis, MO:
Mosby/Elsevier..
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Associate Degree Nursing
STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I have read the Panola College Associated Degree Nursing program syllabus for Introduction to Nursing RNSG
2230, and I understand the policies as discussed.
I will comply with the syllabus requirements as delineated. In addition, I will comply with the current ADN
Student Handbook as found on the ADN web page. It is my understanding that this form will become part of my
permanent file.
______________________________
Student Name (Printed)
______________________________
Student Signature
_________________Date
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