Presentation on theme: "NURSING 222 MATERNAL/NEWBORN WELCOME Spring 2015."— Presentation transcript:
NURSING 222 MATERNAL/NEWBORN WELCOME Spring 2015
THE NURSING 220 TEAM Toni Racioppo, MSN, CNS RN, Nursing 222 Coordinator Kelly La Monica, MSN, RN, Adjunct Professor Diane Driver, MSN, RN, Adjunct Professor Sue Strasynski, MSN, RN, Adjunct Professor
NRS222 Please read the course outline. There will be: A Midterm A Final 4 Case Studies HESI Exam Reading Assignments are on nursing website.
COURSE OUTLINE AND CLASS CONTENT The Course Outline for Nursing 222 and the Nursing Supplement can be viewed and printed from Blackboard and the Nursing Website. It is expected that you will complete the chapter readings before the first lecture. You will observe in the first Power Point presentation that there is a comprehensive review of Female/Fetal A&P and Reproduction.
COURSE OUTLINE AND CLASS CONTENT It is expected that you will answer the questions at the end of the review and be prepared to discuss your answers. This review will also be discussed on MERCER ONLINE with online students. “Land” students will be meeting Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8:30PM for lecture. The classroom will be MS 170.
NURSING 222 SUPPLEMENT MANUAL Please bring the supplement manual to lecture and clinical with you each week. We will be utilizing much of the material included in the manual.
ANOTHER SEMESTER---CONTINUED SUCCESS Dress Code must be strictly enforced in the OB area. If your hair is longer than should length, it must be tied up and off your collar when in OB. Identification—Yes, please wear your ID to class and while on campus!
COMPUTER CLASSES You will receive your clinical institution’s general electronic medical record training in the first clinical meeting of the five week session. When you enter your OB clinical at UMCP, you will be oriented to their individual form of electronic medical recording specific to the OB area called Centricity.
CLINICAL For students at UMCP, we will also meet in the lobby. You will obtain an ID on the first day of clinical. Please do not bring large books, backpacks, or valuables. There is not an area where these can be stored safely.
CLINICAL Refer to the Student Handbook as to what you are expected to bring to your clinical experience. Scrubs will be provided to you for use on the 6 th floor.
CELL PHONE USE PLEASE, CELL PHONES ARE NOT A PART OF YOUR CLINICAL EXPERIENCE. MOST HOSPITALS BAN THEIR USE BY STAFF. We follow the policies of the institution and the Nursing Program.
CELL PHONE USE CELL PHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED IN LECTURE. THIS MEANS THEY ARE NOT TO BE ON YOUR DESK OR ON YOUR LAP BUT PUT AWAY AND MUTED. OUR EXPECTATION IS THAT YOU WILL DEMONSTRATE PROFESSIONAL, COURTEOUS, AND RESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR TO YOUR COLLEAGUES AND YOUR INSTRUCTOR. PLEASE READ THE POLICY IN YOUR STUDENT HANDBOOK RELATED TO CELL PHONE USE.
THE INSTRUCTOR MAY ASK YOU TO LEAVE LECTURE OR CLINICAL IF CELL PHONE USE IS OBSERVED. An action plan will be initiated.
HESI OB EXAM You will be required to take the Hesi Exam in OB. It is 5% of your grade. DATES: Session A Thursday, February 19 Session B Thursday, November 1 Session C Thursday, May 14 ROOM TO BE ANNOUNCED
MCCC STUDENT Communication will be through the Mercer system. Please check your frequently. This is how the Nursing 222 team will primarily communicate updates and changes.
ATTENDANCE Refer to page 20 0f the Student Handbook about attendance. If you are going to be absent or late either to lecture or clinical, please call or your instructor (not a fellow classmate, please) before class.
Case Studies You will receive a case study via on Tuesday of weeks 1-4. Please complete by Saturday, 12M. The completed case study must be sent back to me as a Word Document with no exceptions.
MID-TERM EXAM DATES THE MID-TERM EXAM WILL BE GIVEN AT THE BEGINNING OF LECTURE 3. Session A Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Session B Tuesday, March 10, 2015 Session C Tuesday, April 21, 2015 MS 170 at 5:30PM.
FINAL EXAM DATES THE FINAL EXAM WILL BE GIVEN THE FRIDAY AFTER LECTURE 5 IN NURSING 222 Session A Saturday, February 28, 2015 Session B Saturday, February 11, 2015 Session C Saturday, May 16, AM Room TBA
JOINING THE SNA The Student Nurses Association has recently formed at the college and the membership is growing. Please join your peers and learn the benefits of being a member of this dynamic organization. I will have applications on the first day of class.