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1 Aligning Your Curriculum to NCLEX-RN® Mary J. Yoho, PhD., R.N., CNE Director of Faculty Development & Consultation Elsevier Health Science m.yoho@elsevier.com

2 2 i-clicker Question Who is the famous Nurse made this statement? “I have an almost complete disregard of precedent, and a faith in the possibility of something better. It irritates me to be told how things have always been done. I defy the tyranny of precedent. I go for anything new that might improve the past.” A.Clara Barton B.Florence Nightingale C.Mildred Montag D.Linda Suttle

3 3 Resources for Faculty www.ncsbn.org  2010 NCLEX Test Plans Detailed Test Plan Candidate info

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5 5  NCLEX-RN® Test Plan  Current New NLNAC Accreditation  2008 AACN Accreditation Categories  QSEN Competenticies  Nursing Concepts Aligning your Curriculum

6 Aligning Your Curriculum to NCLEX-RN®

7 7 NCLEX-RN® Test Plan www.ncsbn.org Nursing Process Client Needs Specialty Areas Professional Issues Sub-Specialty areas  Content Overview Handout

8 Nursing Accreditation Bodies NLNAC & AACN

9 9 Current NLNAC Accreditation Categories www.nlnac.org Critical Thinking Therapeutic Communication Therapeutic Nursing Intervention

10 10 New NLNAC Educational Competencies Model Human Flourishing Nursing Judgment Nursing Practice Professional Identify Spirit of Inquiry

11 11 2008 AACN Accreditation Categories Scholarship for Evidenced-Based Practice Liberal Education for BSN Generalist Interprofessional Communication BSN Generalist Nursing Practice Professionalism and Professional Values Clinical Prevention and Population Health Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety Information Mgt and Patient Care Technology Health Care Policy Designer/Manager/Coordinator of Care Member of Profession Provider of Care

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13 13 QSEN Overall Goal The overall goal for the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) project is to meet the challenge of preparing future nurses who will have the knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSAs) necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of the healthcare systems within which they work

14 14 QSEN KSA Competencies www.qsen.org Patient Centered Care Teamwork and Collaboration Evidenced-Based Practice Quality Improvement Safety Informatics

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17 Nursing Concepts

18 18 Nursing Concepts Biophysical Psychological Cultural/Spiritual Developmental Health, Wellness, & Illness Nursing Health Care

19 19 Biophysical Sub-Concepts Fluid/Electrolytes Acid/Base Elimination Metabolism Intracranial Regulations Inflammation Tissue Integrity Infection Immunity Sensory/Perception Mobility Comfort

20 20 Psychological Sub-Concepts Stress & Coping Grief & Loss Mood & Affect Cognition Behaviors

21 21 Nursing Sub-Concepts Professional Behaviors Communications Assessment Clinical Decision Making Nursing Interventions Teaching & Learning Collaboration/Managing Care

22 22 Health Care Sub-Concepts Safety Advocacy/Ethical/Legal Issues Health Policy/Systems Evidence Based Practice Quality Improvement Informatics

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25 25 Concept Curriculum References NC ADN Curriculum Improvement Project http://adn-cip.waketech.edu/courseinfo.html OCNE: Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education  http://ocne.org/ University of New Mexico Nursing  http://hsc.unm.edu/consg/ And others!

26 26 i-clicker Question Which integration of nursing academics into your curriculum do you need to do first? A. NCLEX-RN® 2010 Test Plan B. NLNAC or AACN Categories C. QSEN KSA Competenticies D. Nursing Concepts

27 Developing a curriculum blueprint to match the current test plan

28 28 NCLEX-RN® Integrated Processes Nursing Process – a scientific, clinical reasoning approach to client care that includes assessment, analysis, planning, implementation and evaluation. Caring – interaction of the nurse and client in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. In this collaborative environment, the nurse provides encouragement, hope, support and compassion to help achieve desired outcomes. Communication and Documentation – verbal and nonverbal interactions between the nurse and the client, the client’s significant others and the other members of the health care team. Events and activities associated with client care are validated in written and/or electronic records that reflect standards of practice and accountability in the provision of care. Teaching/Learning – facilitation of the acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes promoting a change in behavior

29 29 Test Plan Structure - Client Needs Safe and Effective Care Environment  Management of Care  Safety and Infection Control Health Promotion and Maintenance Psychosocial Integrity Physiological Integrity  Basic Care and Comfort Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies Reduction of Risk Potential Physiological Adaptation

30 30 Match NCLEX-RN® Test Plan to your Curriculum Health Promotion and Maintenance  Aging Process  Ante/Intra/Postpartum and Newborn Care  Developmental Stages and Transitions  Health and Wellness  Health Promotion/Disease Prevention  Health Screening  High Risk Behaviors  Lifestyle Choices  Principles of Teaching/Learning  Self-Care  Techniques of Physical Assessment Where do you cover these in your curriculum? Develop a crosswalk  Nursing 101, Geri, Objective 3 & 4  Nursing 202, Pediatrics, Objectives 2,4,& 7

31 Evaluating your Curriculum Align Exams to NCLEX-RN® NLNAC & AACN QSEN Nursing Concepts

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33 33 Client Needs ( NCLEX ® blueprint )

34 34 Accreditation Categories for NLNAC and AACN

35 35 Tracking Concepts across the Curriculum: NCLEX Test Plan, NLNAC & AACN Essentials, QSEN Critical Care Critical Think- ing Funda- mental s Geri- atrics Health Promotion & Maintenanc e Maternity Med/ Surg Nursing Process Physio- logical Integrit y Role Develop- ment Therp Commun- ications Therp Nsg Intvn 874861822513759891837862888861867861 815836816819747862842837876837829833 912813839822715773772815783818906802 714840850188770955817840855840724840

36 36 Don’t Miss The Arc... it is sailing with or without you!

37 37 It’s all about the new generation of nurses!

38 38 The End! Mary J. Yoho, PhD, RN, CNE m.yoho@elsevier.com


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