Module 01 Muddiest Point

Module 01 Muddiest Point

Journal Prompt

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Muddiest Point Journal (due by midnight on the 5th of Jan)

“Muddiest Points” are a questions that you ask as you review each week’s content. You will pick one or more concept, topic, or disease process to ask your instructor after viewing the lecture recordings for each week so that you can gain further knowledge about that concept or topic. Your instructor will address each modules’ “muddiest points” in the live lecture for that module (i.e. Module 3 “muddiest points” will be addressed during the live classroom during week 3.).

Each muddiest point (with the exception of Module 1) should be submitted to this discussion forum prior to the live classroom to earn points. The due date for each “muddiest point” is Monday (before the live lecture) at 11:59 pm.

Example Muddiest Point Questions:

  • “Why      is the stress response initiated when someone is ill?”
  • “Why      are [group, gender, ethnicity, etc.] at higher risk for heart      disease?”

Directions:

Review this week’s content, then submit a question in the discussion forum about a specific topic, concept, disease process, or anything else about which you would like more information. Be sure to post a question that is relevant to this module’s content.

If you got a 0/4 on any module muddiest point, one of these occurred:

1.You did not submit a Muddiest Point

2.Your question was not pertinent to the module

What do I do if I got a 0/4 but still want to get points?

Submit your question late. Once your question is typed, click “Submit Late”. 

  • Your      instructor will use the 10%/day deduction for late submissions.

Intro of Nursing

Book title:

NURSING NOW

Today’s Issues, Tomorrow’s Trends

EIGHTH EDITION

F.A DAVIS

Module 02 Discussion – Nursing Process

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Activity Time

3 hour Additional Time for Study, Research, and Reflection: 1 hour

Directions:

For this discussion, consider the role of the LPN and the RN in the nursing process. How would the LPN and RN collaborate to develop the nursing plan of care to ensure the patient is achieving their goal? What are the role expectations for the LPN and RN in the nursing process?

Use at least one credible resource to support your discussion (topic). For example, a credible resource could be the State Board of Nursing website, a textbook, or a journal article.

Be sure to use in-text citations and list your references in APA format at the end of your discussion.

You can find useful resources for APA and writing in the School of Nursing Guide,

https://guides.rasmussen.edu/nursing/apaandwriting

 Have questions about APA? Visit the online APA Guide, https://guides.rasmussen.edu/apa

 How do I know if a source is credible? https://rasmussen.libanswers.com/faq/32400

Your Initial Post will be Due- Tuesday @ midnight and your Response post will be due Saturday @ midnight. Week 11 Response post will be due the last day of class. 

Please make your initial post by midweek, and respond to at least one other student’s post by the end of the week. Please check the Course Calendar for specific due dates.

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Module 03 Discussion – Nurse Practice Act in Your State

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Activity Time:

2 hours Additional Time for Study, Research, and Reflection: 1 hour

Directions:

For this discussion, examine the nurse practice act for the state in which you plan to work as a nurse. In your initial post, include a summary of one area in the nurse practice act and include an association you could use to examine the standards of practice. In your response to your peers, discuss the similarities and differences you see in different states.

Use at least one credible resource to support your discussion (topic). For example, a credible resource could be the State Board of Nursing website, a textbook, or a journal article.

Be sure to use in-text citations and list your references in A

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Pathophysiology Discussion posts and assignments

Module 01 Muddiest Point

Module 01 Muddiest Point

Journal Prompt

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Muddiest Point Journal (due by midnight on the 5th of Jan)

“Muddiest Points” are a questions that you ask as you review each week’s content. You will pick one or more concept, topic, or disease process to ask your instructor
after
viewing the lecture recordings for each week so that you can gain further knowledge about that concept or topic. Your instructor will address each modules’ “muddiest points” in the live lecture for that module (i.e. Module 3 “muddiest points” will be addressed during the live classroom during week 3.).

Each muddiest point (with the exception of Module 1) should be submitted to this discussion forum prior to the live classroom to earn points. The due date for each “muddiest point” is Monday (before the live lecture) at 11:59 pm.

Example Muddiest Point Questions:

· “Why is the stress response initiated when someone is ill?”

· “Why are [group, gender, ethnicity, etc.] at higher risk for heart disease?”

Directions:

Review this week’s content, then submit a question in the discussion forum about a specific topic, concept, disease process, or anything else about which you would like more information. Be sure to post a question that is relevant to this module’s content.


If you got a 0/4 on any module muddiest point, one of these occurred:

1.You did not submit a Muddiest Point

2.Your question was not pertinent to the module


What do I do if I got a 0/4 but still want to get points?

Submit your question late. Once your question is typed, click “Submit Late”.

· Your instructor will use the 10%/day deduction for late submissions.

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Module 01 Written Assignment – Electrolyte Imbalance

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Module 01 Content

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Module 01 Written Assignment – Electrolyte Imbalance

Select an electrolyte from the list in the document linked below. Using references that you may already have identified, indicate conditions caused by too much or too little of that electrolyte. In the first column with the identified electrolyte write the normal lab value range and cause of imbalance. After you have identified the hyper- and hypo- conditions, also identify treatment of those conditions.

After you have identified the hyper- and hypo- conditions, also identify treatment of those conditions.

Use at least one scholarly source to support your findings. Examples of scholarly sources