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Nursing Theory

This course aims to help understand the characteristics of the nursing science and the basic concepts with focus on person, environment, health and nursing. It also focuses on identifying the various developed nursing theories and the relationships among nursing theories, research, and nursing practice.

 

Nursing Research

This research course focuses on examining and evaluating research studies that address clinically significant problems or practices in their own areas of nursing expertise. It promotes research competencies including defining researchable nursing problems, identifying variables, analyzing data, assessing research studies, utilizing research findings, and developing research proposals.

 

Pharmacology

This course focuses on the analysis and utilization of principles of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics in order to plan, implement and evaluate therapeutic pharmacological interventions in nursing practice. The unique characteristics of special populations related to therapeutic needs, as well as drug distribution, absorption, metabolism, and excretion are defined.

 

Role and Policy of Advanced Practice Nurse

Through this course, students can understand the responsibility, duty and role of advanced practice nurses. Students can also define issues related to advanced practice nurses’ role development and further enhance the ability to analyze and participate in health related policy development as advanced practice nurses.

 

Advanced Health Assessment

This course focuses on the development of skills and techniques for advanced performance of complete health histories and physical/psychosocial assessments. It will be taught from theory and research-based perspectives. Systematic approach will be practiced in the laboratory. Clinical decisions based on the assessment findings will be emphasized.

 

Pathophysiology

The emphasis of this course will be advanced understanding on pathophysiology of human body. It will prepare advanced practice nurses to understand the mechanism underlying the disease process, its clinical manifestations and rational therapies.

 

Nursing Science

It is designed to provide understanding on the philosophical and scientific background of nursing and analyze historical development of nursing. This enables to acknowledge the identity of nursing and think of it in a practical view.

 

Development of Nursing Theory

This course focuses on the development of a conceptual framework based on knowledge accumulated from empirical evidence.

 

Quantitative Nursing Research Methodology

This course (NUR 661) is designed to provide the processes of nursing research on learning and experience on the understanding nursing research and applying nursing research to nursing practice. It focuses on the development of nursing research proposal using quantitative research methodology.

 

Qualitative Research Methodology

The course teaches the philosophical background and the various qualitative approaches so that the students explore the essence of the lived experiences among nursing clients and develop the nursing theories that are applied to various nursing situations.

 

Dissertation Seminar

This course is designed to develop ability to finish doctoral dissertation through reading and understand own favorite field nursing journal, study and experience research process. Its goal is to help students determine research subject and make research proposal.

 

Advanced Nursing Seminar

This course is designed to provide the students with understanding on health care environment and health policy by exploring the basic concept of health promotion and discussing current trends and issues about health and health promotion. In addition, the students will review the theoretical approaches to latest nursing issues and trends in health policy related to health promotion.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing 1

It is the first of four sequential courses which provide the students with the basic knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of the basic emergency nursing care. The course emphasizes on the way by which the students can identify the common emergency cases as well as the therapeutic nursing intervention in such cases as the advanced life support (ALS). They will begin performing the roles inherent in advanced nursing practice.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing 2

As the second of four sequential courses, it provides the students with the basic knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of the basic emergency nursing care. It emphasizes on the way by which the students can identify the common emergency cases and assess, diagnose and manage the emergency care of client system throughout the child and adult lifespan with selected episodic health alteration.

 

Trauma and Community Emergency Nursing

This course provides the students with the advanced knowledge and practical aspect of the emergency nursing care in the department of gastroenterology, endocrinology, nephrology, urology, oncology, skin, sensory, psychiatry, and dental systems. It emphasizes critical thinking through which the students can identify the urgent problems and apply appropriate nursing intervention methods to such cases. It also leads them to understand ethical issues and advocate patient's right.

 

Disaster Nursing

This course aims to offer advanced knowledge and practical aspect of the emergency nursing care for the patients suffering acute and/or severe complex and/or multiple trauma. It emphasizes the critical thinking through which the students can identify the urgent problems and apply appropriate nursing intervention methods to such cases. It also enables the students to understand the disaster nursing systems and the appropriate application process in community-based crisis situations.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing Practice 1

In this course, the students engage in comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and care planning activities for client systems through health pattern alterations. The focus of the clinical experience is on the selection and implementation of extant therapeutic nursing interventions, the beginning design of newly required therapeutic interventions and discernment of measurable outcome criteria for both. The students begin to perform the roles inherent in advanced nursing practice.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing Practice 2

It is the second of four sequential clinical courses in the advanced emergency nursing practice nurse program. Students engage in comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and care planning activities for client systems through health pattern alterations. The focus of the clinical experience is on the selection and implementation of extant therapeutic nursing interventions, the beginning design of newly required therapeutic interventions and discernment of measurable outcome criteria for both. The students begin to perform the roles inherent in advanced nursing practice. The students will be exposed to various clinical contexts including acute care and ambulatory care.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing Practice 3

In this practicum course, the students engage in comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and care planning activities for client with emergency health problems in the department of gastroenterology, endocrinology, nephrology, and oncology. Such clinical experiences focus on the selection and implementation of extant therapeutic nursing interventions and discernment of measurable outcome criteria by using critical thinking approach.

 

Advanced Emergency Nursing Practice 4

In this practicum course, the students engage in comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and care planning activities for patients with complex and/or multiple trauma and neurologic problems. Disaster management system will be practiced in this course. Such clinical experiences focus on the selection and implementation of extant therapeutic nursing interventions and discernment of measurable outcome criteria through critical thinking.

 

Introduction to Home Healthcare Nursing

This course allows understanding the characteristics and the development process of the home care nursing service and acquiring the knowledge about the home care and the capacity of the home care nurse.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing 1

The course enhances expertise about the diseases in respiratory, musculoskeletal and nervous system and capacity to perform a role as a home care nurse. It also develops the knowledge and ability to manage mechanical ventilator and foley catheter and respond to clients' emotion.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing 2

The course enhances expertise about the diseases in hematologic & urinary system and several cancers, and the capacity to perform a role as a home care nurse. It also develops the knowledge and ability to establish therapeutic relationship and perform evidence-based practice.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing 3

The course enhances expertise about the GI disease and cancers (breast cancer, cervical carcinoma), and the capacity to perform a role as a home care nurse. It also develops the knowledge and ability to manage injury and rehabilitation, control pain, support nutrition and provide hospice care.

 

Health Education

The course is designed to enhance students' ability to apply effective counseling strategies and serve as an educator for patients, caregivers and family members in order to facilitate patients recovery and promote health behaviors.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Practice 1

The students practice the knowledge they acquired in the class 'Introduction to Home Healthcare Nursing' about the home care as well as that about the selection and management of the home care client.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Practice 2

Based on the knowledge from 'Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Ⅰ' class, the students practice the ability to solve health problems among home care clients and their families by adopting comprehensive approaches. They focus on the clients with respiratory, nervous, and musculoskeletal diseases, manage mechanical ventilator and foley catheter, and respond to clients' emotion.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Practice 3

Based on the knowledge from 'Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Ⅱ' class, the students practice the ability to solve health problems among home care clients and their families. They focus on the clients with hematologic & urinary diseases as well as on the therapeutic relationship and evidence-based practice.

 

Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Practice 4

Based on the knowledge from 'Advanced Home Healthcare Nursing Ⅲ' class, the students practice the ability to solve health problems among home care clients and their families. They focus on the clients with GI disease and cancers (breast cancer, cervical carcinoma) and on the injury management, rehabilitation, pain control, nutrition support and hospice care.

 

Introduction to Gerontological Nursing

This course provides a general understanding on epidemiology of aging, focusing not only on the disease among the elderly but on the process of aging and its relations to physical, mental, and social health status. In addition, it develops understanding on the long-term care facilities in terms of their major organizational structure and seeks to expand the students’ knowledge on the concepts and principles of organization and management of long-term care facility.

 

Disease Management for the Elderly : Part 1

With the knowledge on the pathophysiology of the elderly with the diseases in the respiratory, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and gynecological system and the state-of-the-art treatment of such diseases, this course helps the students solve the health problems of the elderly in the acute/chronic and rehabilitation stages through health assessment, diagnosis, care planning and intervention.

 

Disease Management for the Elderly : Part 2

With the knowledge on the pathophysiology of the elderly with the diseases in the endocrine, urinary/urologic, nervous and dermatologic system and the state-of-the-art treatment of such diseases, this course helps the students solve the health problems of the elderly in the acute/chronic and rehabilitation stages through health assessment, diagnosis, care planning and intervention.

 

Long-term Care for the Elderly

This course provides students with understanding on the concept, necessity, principle and policy of the long term care for the elderly and enable them to apply it to nursing practice.

 

Health Promotion for the Elderly

This course is designed for students to plan the disease prevention and health promotion strategies by focusing on the daily lives of the elderly.

 

Introduction to Geriatric Nursing Practice

In this practicum course, the students engage in comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, care planning and interventions for long-term care patients. In addition, they examine the long-term care facilities in terms of their major organizational structure and seeks to expand the students’ knowledge on the concepts and principles of organization and management of long-term care facility.

 

Practice of Disease Management for the Elderly : Part 1

Based on the knowledge on the pathophysiology of the elderly with the diseases in the respiratory, pulmonary, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and gynecological system and the state-of-the-art treatment of such diseases, students practice the ability to solve the health problems of the elderly in the acute/chronic and rehabilitation stages through health assessment, diagnosis, prescription and intervention.

 

Practice of Disease Management for the Elderly : Part 2

Based on the knowledge on the pathophysiology of the elderly with the diseases in the in the endocrine, urinary/urologic, nervous and dermatologic system and the state-of-the-art treatment of such diseases, the students practice the ability to solve the health problems of the elderly in the acute/chronic and rehabilitation stages through health assessment, diagnosis, prescription and intervention.

 

Practice of Long-term Care for the Elderly

Based on the knowledge from 'Long-term Care for the Elderly' class, the students understand the correlations among the facilities, communities and the public health, practice the long term care for the elderly with case studies and plan to establish simulation facilities that offer the long-term care services.

 

Practice of Health Promotion for the Elderly

Based on the knowledge from 'Health Promotion for the Elderly' class, the students understand the health and disease management status of the elderly, plan health promotion programs such as exercise, nutrition, fall prevention, urinary incontinence, depression prevention and cognitive enhancement on the community basis and apply them as geriatric nursing practitioners.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing 1

The focus of this course is the application of theories, concepts, evidence, issues and trends in caring based on pathophysiology, health assessment, and differential diagnoses of the major health problems, and nursing diagnosis for adults with respiratory and cardiovascular system health care needs. It emphasizes the role of the professional nurse in health promotion and maintenance, illness care, and rehabilitation of the adults in a variety of clinical settings.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing 2

On the basis of the full understanding of adult pathophysiological functions of gastrointestinal and urogenital systems, students can understand and derive nursing diagnosis through health assessment and diagnostic tests and care for the patients with comprehensive and professional nursing management skills and knowledge as advanced adult practice nurses.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing 3

The focus of this course is the application of theories, concepts, evidence, issues and trends in caring based on pathophysiology, health assessment, and differential diagnoses of the major health problems, and nursing diagnosis for adults with endocrine and hematoimmunological system health care needs. It emphasizes the role of the professional nurse in health promotion and maintenance, illness care, and rehabilitation of the adults in a variety of clinical settings.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing 4

The focus of this course is the application of theories, concepts, evidence, issues and trends in caring based on pathophysiology, health assessment, and differential diagnoses of the major health problems, and nursing diagnosis for adults with nervous, musculoskeletal and sensimeter system health care needs. It emphasizes the role of the professional nurse in health promotion and maintenance, illness care, and rehabilitation of the adults in a variety of clinical settings.

 

Seminar in Advanced Clinical Specialties

It enables the students to manage cases of the adults with an integrated understanding of them. The focus of this study is enhancing the ability to make an optimal diagnostic decision in solving the health problems in various areas of the human body based upon the subjective/ objective data.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing Practicum 1

This course aims to provide students with an immersion experience in the ANP role with adult populations in a selected area of nursing practice. It focuses on developing the capacity to apply evidence-based information in the design, implementation and evaluation of nursing care activities, nursing practice standards and norms, and achievement of optimal health outcomes. The students should participate in activities that include developing evidence-based guidelines, or protocols; guiding the education of other nursing personnel to improve patient outcomes; consulting with disciplines, coaching patient, families, and nurses; and implementing practices that promote quality and cost-effective outcomes as a researcher, educator, advocator, and leader.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing Practicum 2

This course is designed to equip the students with professional knowledge and skills in the field to manage the adults with health problems in the endocrine, hematoimmunological, nervous, musculoskeletal and sensimeter system as ANPs, researchers, educators, advisers, collaborators and leaders.

 

Advanced Adult Health Nursing Practicum 3

This course is designed to equip the students with professional knowledge and skills in the field to manage the health problems with detailed specialized clinical areas as ANPs, researchers, educators, advisers, collaborators and leaders.

 

Advanced Nursing Practice

The students determine their own specialty areas and have opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge in clinical practice to deal with various health problems in the selected health care settings.

 

Statistical Methodology

This course is designed to assist the students to acquire an understanding of statistical methods. SPSS program will be introduced as a statistical analysis of nursing research problems. It will enable the students to plan data analysis, descriptive and inferential analysis, prepare data for computer analysis and interpret them.

 

Health Related Theory

This course is designed to provide the student with an opportunity to build upon existing knowledge of various health related models/theories required for nursing research and practice. The content serves as a basis of understanding the rationale for a conceptual framework that is used in nursing research and practice. It will focus on the development of a theoretical/ conceptual framework based on health-related theories in the nursing research and practice.

 

Advanced Statistics

This course provides advanced concepts of statistics for developing a research and analyzing collected data. It emphasizes understanding on the theoretical basis of advanced statistical techniques, appropriate use of the statistical software program, SPSS and interpretation of the results.

 

Measurement and Instruments Development

This course will build on concrete knowledge and skills in the measurement and instrumental development of clinical nursing outcomes. It includes the understanding of measurement theories, evaluation of present tools, and development of a new scale for a specific concept.

 

Health Promotion Planning and Practice

It aims to provide students with an understanding on 1) the concepts and theories related to the health promotion, 2) the trends of international health promotion policies, and 3) experimental trial to improve one’s health status by reviewing randomized trial controlled research papers.

 

Nursing and Health Policy

This course develops the ability to resolve issues of policies, strategies, and operation of health care organizations and systems. The students learn to diagnose management issues and problems, identify alternative solution(s) and evaluate the chosen solution(s).

 

Chronic Health Problem and Nursing

This course focuses on the concepts and theories of chronic heath management and provides a framework for nursing practice on the population with chronic health problems. Emphasis is placed on the holistic perspective of nursing practice against chronic illness. In addition, the students will have opportunities to understand the current health care systems in the context of national welfare system and explore the effective management strategies for patients suffering from chronic health problems.

 

Introduction to Health Communication

Health communication is a much needed resource for the fast growing field of community health.

 

Exercise and Nursing intervention

This course is designed for the students to study the exercise theories and practicum for the clients who suffer chronic health problems and disabilities. It focuses on understanding the exercise concept and the theoretical basis of the exercise in nursing, and developing and applying the various exercise strategies and programs through the analysis and integration of research findings on people with special conditions across the lifespan in a variety of clinical settings.

 

Evidence-Based Practice and Practice Guideline

This course focuses on preparing the students to engage in evidence-based practice, providing the skills needed to critically evaluate new information that is available from research findings. Furthermore, it provides the skills that will help integrate the new information into the students’ own approach to practice.

 

Health Promotion and Health Behavior Change

The purpose of this course is to increase students' ability to comprehend and apply effective nursing interventions for patients' self-management skills.

 

Advanced Nursing Practice & Leadership

This course is designed for the students improve leadership by understanding and applying its concept through a principle-centered approach so that they can be a respected nurse leader.

 

Nursing Ethics

This course is designed to help the students understand various ethical issues that can be brought about with development of science and technology and increase in patients’ awareness on their right. The students can also improve their ability to make an ethical decision.

 

Family Therapy and Nursing

The course provides the general concept about the communication, relationship and role focusing on family and demonstrate theoretical approaches to family therapy and their application.

 

Nursing Concept

This course explores the conceptualization of the phenomena in nursing situation, and identify and compare various conceptualization approaches.




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