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Concept Based Nursing

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Lisa Shiver

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Transcript of Concept Based Nursing

Traditional Nursing Education
structured courses, lab, clinical
memorization
linear thinking
information saturation
<10% application
nursing expectations have changed
In the classroom: Respiratory modules
Exemplar Content
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:
key terms
about (what is it?)
normal presentation
development/cultural
assessment
diagnostic tests
medications
exemplar content
Assign a Focus Concept(s) for patient with pancreatitis
Lisa Shiver DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Concept Based Nursing Education
Assumptions
teachers responsibility to ensure all content is "covered"
possible for a curriculum to "deliver" all content (NLN, 2003)
Student Assignment:
37 yo female
diagnosis: pancreatitis
Inflammation
Metabolism
Addiction Behaviors
Self
Comfort
Mobility
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)
Questions

References

National League for Nursing (2003).
Position statement: Innovation in nursing education: A call to reform.
http://www.nln.org/aboutnln/PositionStatement/innovation.htm

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,
65-69.

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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)?
asthma
bronchitis
pneumonia
sinusitis
nasal fracture
rhinitis
epistaxis
tracheotomy


influenza
pneumothorax
pleurisy
tuberculosis
pulmonary embolism
HAP/CAP
SIDS
cancer
flail chest
Legionaries
RSV


Oxygenation Exemplars:
ARDS, asthma, COPD, RSV, SIDS, pneumonia
In summary:
Concepts sort information into categories based on common characteristics and provides only the information and skills necessary to provide patient care.
Teaching Concepts
DURING CLASS:
interactive application activities
collaborative learning
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