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Concept Based Nursing
Transcript of Concept Based Nursing
structured courses, lab, clinical
nursing expectations have changed
In the classroom: Respiratory modules
content that best represents the concept is used to promote understanding
GI: Alteration in Nutrition/ inflammatory disorder: pancreatitis
Respiratory: Alteration in Oxygenation/ obstructive disorders: COPD
In the clinical setting:
Concept Based Nursing
PRIOR TO CLASS:
about (what is it?)
Assign a Focus Concept(s) for patient with pancreatitis
Lisa Shiver DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Concept Based Nursing Education
teachers responsibility to ensure all content is "covered"
possible for a curriculum to "deliver" all content (NLN, 2003)
37 yo female
organized around nursing care
based on most common health problems
students/faculty equal partners
focus on how to learn/ use knowledge
driven by reality of practice
concepts transfer from course to course
active learning replaces lectures - "flipped classroom"
(Giddens & Brady, 2007)
National League for Nursing (2003).
Position statement: Innovation in nursing education: A call to reform.
Giddens, J.F. & Brady, D.P. (2007) Rescuing Nursing Education from Content Saturation: The Case for a Concept-Based Curriculum.
Journal of Nursing Education, 46,
By the numbers
Number medical diagnosis in average medical/surgical book?
Number of Nursing Concepts (according to the North Carolina Concept-Based Learning Editorial Board)?
ARDS, asthma, COPD, RSV, SIDS, pneumonia
Concepts sort information into categories based on common characteristics and provides only the information and skills necessary to provide patient care.
interactive application activities