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 Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:

In adherence to university regulations, each theory course must have a midterm exam that accounts for 30- 40% of the total assessment, a final examination at the end of the semester that contributes 50% of the total assessment. The remaining 10- 20% of the total assessment is assigned for written assignment(s) and other course activities. Students' evaluation of progress in clinical courses is demonstrated in a variety of ways that include:

       Participation

       Student Presentations and seminars

       Written assignments

       Exams

 

 

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Ø Background to the program and subject area:
The School of Nursing at the University of Jordan was established in 1972 by a Royal Decree. Proudly, it was the earliest program in Jordan to offer a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing. The study at the School of Nursing enables the student to obtain the Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing by attending total of (136) credit hours divided by four academic years. The BSc curriculum is designed to accomplish its educational and related Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs), and is based upon clear statements of expected outcomes for students. The ILOs are believed to be congruent with the goals of the University and the School of Nursing. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) of BSc program enable graduates to practice general nursing and assist them to make a positive contribution to society and the profession. Courses are offered for students according to a logical study plan that goes from basics to progressively advanced content. This is mainly guided through offering courses according to ‘pre-requisite sequence’.​
 
Ø Vision statements of the program:
To be a leading, global school in the areas of nursing education, research and community service.
 
Ø Mission statements of the program:
The School of Nursing d edicates itself to improve health and wellbeing of society through preparing professional nurses to provide quality nursing care, conduct research and provide community service. The school provides a model learning environment that encourages life-long learning, innovation, and professional and personal development.
 
Ø Program Aims:
·         Graduate competent nurses able to provide quality nursing care.
·         Promote a scientific research culture among faculty and students.
·         Develop the body of nursing knowledge at local, regional, and international levels.
·         Disseminate nursing knowledge through national and international conferences, workshops, seminars, training programs, and exchange programs.
·         Promote professional development of faculty members and administrative staff.
·         Promote continuous learning and educational culture and environment.
·         Build collaborative relations and partnerships with local, regional, and international institutions.
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Program Title:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Program Code:
NSG
Level of Study:
BSc in Nursing
Final Qualification:
BSc in Nursing
Faculty:
School of Nursing
Department:
 
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program:
School of Medicine & School of Science
Mode of Attendance) e.g., full time):
Full time
Duration of the Program:
4 years
Credit hours/ contact hours:
136
Language of Instruction:
English
Entrance Requirements:
 
To join the BSc program at the faculty of Nursing The University of Jordan, the following requirements should be applied (competitive acceptance) :
1.    A student with a high school certificate (Jordanian General Secondary Certificate (Tawjihi))/ Scientific or General Health education stream or official equivalent.
2.    The minimum GPA of secondary school certificate for enrollment in the faculty of Nursing must not be less than 70%.
3.    A student with a foreign certificate (British GCE, American SAT, International baccalaureate…etc) needs to submit an equivalent to their certificate issued by the Ministry of Education in Jordan, whether the certificate is obtained inside Jordan or abroad.
4.  A student with a Community College Diploma/ Nursing (C.C.D) or equivalent with average at (C.C.D) must not be less than 68%. If a student has obtained the (C.C.D) from abroad he/she needs to equalize the diploma from The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Jordan and pass the admission test placed by Al-Balqa Applied University.
Program regulations:
The program follows the regulations of the University of Jordan, for granting BSc degree and other regulations and bylaws concerning with students ( see link below for more details: http://units.ju.edu.jo/ar/LegalAffairs/Regulations.aspx).
No. of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
27/4/2011
Date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
1972
Date of Production:
2017
Date of Revision:
2018
Program Director:
Name: Dr. Manar Nabolsi
 
Phone Number: 5355000 Ext.: 23111
 
Email: nur.dean@ju.edu.jo
 
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Upon successful completion of BSc Program in Nursing, the students will be able to: 

  • ILO 1: Demonstrate competency in performing and providing the role of a professional nurse in quality care provision for individuals, families, and groups. 
  • ILO 2: Apply principles of effective communication with peers, individuals, families, groups, and health care team. 
  • ILO 3: Utilize critical thinking and problem solving in planning and implementing nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. 
  • ILO 4: Apply professional standards, values, and behaviors in providing nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. 
  • ILO 5: Demonstrate safety measures to protect self, individuals, families, and groups. 
  • ILO 6: Translate organizational, leadership, interprofessional collaboration, and management concepts into nursing care for individuals, families, and groups. 
  • ILO 7: Utilize evidence based practice in providing care for individuals, families, and groups.

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Development of the learning outcomes is promoted through the following teaching and learning methods:   

1.Lecture-based method
2.Case Study-based method
3.Concept Map-based method
4.Problem-based method
5.Role playing-based method
6.Active learning methodology: This is an innovative active teaching method that integrates group work, discussion, class presentation, brainstorming, and guided discussion.
7.E-learning
8.Pre-Clinical teaching method


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Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:

In adherence to university regulations, each theory course must have a midterm exam that accounts for 30- 40% of the total assessment, a final examination at the end of the semester that contributes 50% of the total assessment. The remaining 10- 20% of the total assessment is assigned for written assignment(s) and other course activities. Students' evaluation of progress in clinical courses is demonstrated in a variety of ways that include:
       Regular attendance at clinical training
       Homework and written assignments
       Presentations and seminars
       Clinical exams
       Clinical demonstrations under direct supervision
       Clinical reports and nursing care plans
       Performance checklists

 

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No. of national accreditation of the program:
2
Date of national accreditation of the program:
1- Ministry OF Higher Education 1972
 2- Higher Education Accreditation Commission 2011
Reference points:
The learning outcomes have been developed to reflect the following points of reference:
-  Accreditation and Quality Assurance Commission for Higher Institutions/ Manual of Quality Assurance Standards for Nursing and Midwifery Program in Jordan  (2016)
-  Jordanian Nursing Council (JNC) Professional Standards of Nursing Practice (2008), and Jordanian Nursing Council (JNC) National Standards and Core Competencies for Registered Nurse (2016).
-  General Educational Objectives of Professional Nursing Education: The World Health Organization East Mediterranean Regional Office (EMRO) (1998)
-  International Council for Nurses (ICN) Framework of Competencies for the Generalist Nurse (2008)
-  The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)  The Essentials of  Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (2008)
Four prestigious universities have the same programme:
·      Monclair Stat University (MSU)/USA        
·      Columbia University/USA
·      University of Glasgow    
·      University of Gothenburg, Sweden ​
 
Ø Quality Indicators of the Program 
International accreditation of the program:
Accreditation Commission  for Education In Nursing (ACEN) 2017
Graduation Rate:
95.20%
Freshman Retention Rate:
10.80%
Employment Rate:
88.57%
Postgraduate Study Rate:
They have to have 1 year experience
A-class Students’ Rate:
7.70%
International Students’ Rate:
3.24%
Student Satisfaction Rate:
78.90%
Alumni Satisfaction Rate:
91.75%
Employer Satisfaction Rate:
76.50%
Qs International Ranking of UJ in this Subject:
151-200 According to Shanghi Ranking
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Nursing Laboratories

There are seven nursing laboratories located on the second floor at the Health Complex Hall.

1.          Child Health Nursing

2.          Foundation of Professional Nursing

3.          Physical Health Assessment

4.          Adult Health

5.          Maternity Health Nursing

6.          Computer Simulation/ Audio Visual

7.          Simulation/ Critical Care

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The school of nursing has created a database of scientific research, including summaries of research nurses that have been conducted by the nursing sector inside and outside Jordan.
The school has a specialized committee called Scientific Research Committee (SRC). A research environment is essential to facilitate research productivity of faculty members and students so that they can contribute essential knowledge to improve the overall quality of health care and advance the discipline of Nursing. Scientific research in nursing considers the basic component of the composition of nursing knowledge and the development of nursing science. Hence, the SRC created a good culture of research in the school to stimulate research productivity among faculty members and students and facilitate the development and conduction of research projects among faculty and students that build the scientific foundation to improve clinical nursing practice. Moreover, the committee is working on research priorities in the kingdom and the areas of research in the school. Finally, it encourages multidisciplinary research activities between the school of nursing and other University of Jordan colleges, research institutions, organizations, hospitals, and universities.
 
See also: JordaninDatbase of Nursing Research​
See also: E-library.
 
To view the school of nursing research products, please visit the faculty member sites at: http://www.ju.edu.jo/Applications/AcadWeb.aspx
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Course Code
Course Title
Learning Outcome
PLO 1
PLO 2
PLO 3
PLO 4
PLO 5
PLO 6
PLO 7
0303101
General Chemistry–1
-
-
-
-
-
-
0304101
General Biology – 1
-
-
-
-
-
-
0501105
Physiology for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
-
0502105
Anatomy for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
-
0501104
Biochemistry for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
-
0503202
Pharmacology for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
-
0504201
Microbiology for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
-
1902103
Computer Skills for Medical Faculties
-
-
-
-
0603232
Applied Nutrition for Nursing
-
-
-
-
-
0703102
Professional Writing
-
-
-
0702205
Pathophysiology
 
 
-
-
-
0701406
Trends, Issues and Ethical consideration in Nursing
-
-
0702107
Health Assessment
 
0702101
Introduction to Nursing Profession
0702105
Foundations of Professional Nursing
 
0702106
Foundations of Professional Nursing –Clinical
-
0702204
Introduction to Adult Health Nursing
-
0702206
Adult Health Nursing (1)
-
0702207
Adult Health Nursing (1)-Clinical
-
0702308
Adult Health Nursing (2)
-
0702309
Adult Health Nursing (2)-Clinical
-
0703201
Foundations of Growth and Development
-
0703202
Health Education and Promotion
-
0713303
Children and Adolescents Health Nursing
-
0703304
Children and Adolescents Health Nursing-Clinical
-
0703305
Maternal Health Nursing
-
0703306
Maternal Health Nursing-Clinical
-
0703307
Scientific Research & Statistical Methods
-
0711201
Concepts of Therapeutic Communications
0701303
Mental Health Nursing
-
0701304
Mental Health Nursing -Clinical
-
0701410
Community Health Nursing
0711411
Community Health Nursing-Clinical
0711413
Management and Leadership in Nursing
0711414
Management and Leadership in Nursing-Clinical
0711415
Intensive Clinical Training**
0712311
Emergency and Disaster Nursing
0703309
Reproductive Health
0711302
Nursing Gerontology
0711412
Nursing Informatics
-
 
0701407
Health and Safety in Working Setting
-
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​Graduates of the BSN program are expected work in different health care settings, incuding hospitals and clinics. They can also work in schools and other education services as school nurses. 

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 2- School Requirements
A.    Obligatory school courses: (34) credit hours:
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Concurrent
Theoretical
Practical
0703102
2
-
2
-
-
0702205
3
-
3
0501105
-
0701406
2
-
2
0702207
-
0303101
3
-
3
-
-
0304101
3
-
3
-
-
0502105
3
-
3
-
-
0501105
3
-
3
0502105
0502105
0501104
3
-
3
0303101
-
0504201
Microbiology for Nursing
3
-
3
0304101
-
0503202
3
-
3
0501105 0501104
-
1902103
3
-
3
-
-
0603232
3
-
3
0501104
-
 
B. Obligatory specialty courses: (69) credit hours
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Concurrent
Theoretical
Practical
0702107
1
1
2
0501105
-
0702101
2
-
2
-
-
2722105
3
-
3
0702101
0702106
0702106
-
3
3
-
0702105
0702204
3
-
3
2722105 0702106
-
0702206
3
-
3
0702204 0702107
0702207
0702207
-
3
3
0702107 0702204
0702206
0702308
3
-
3
0702206 0702207
0702309
0702309
-
3
3
0702207
0702308
0703201
3
-
3
0702106
0703202
2
-
2
-
0713303
3
-
3
0702206 0703201
0703304
0703304
-
3
3
0702207
0713303
0703305
3
-
3
0702206
0703306
0703306
-
3
3
0702207
0703305
0703307
3
-
3
1902103
0711201
3
-
3
0701303
3
-
3
0702206
0711201
0701304
0701304
-
3
3
0702207
0701303
0701410
3
-
3
0702309
0703304
0703306
0711411
0711411
-
3
3
-
0701410
0711413
3
-
3
0702309
0711414
0701414
-
2
2
0702309
0711413
0711415
-
4
48 Shifts
Graduation Semester
 
C. Elective specialty courses: (6) credit hours:
Course Number
Course Title
Contact Hours
Credit Hours
Pre-requisite
Concurrent
Theoretical
Practical
0712311
3
-
3
0702308
0703309
3
-
3
0703305
0711302
3
-
3
0702207
0711412
3
-
3
0701407
3
-
3
-
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Two types of practice learning environments are available for nursing students at BSc program including the SON training laboratories and various healthcare facilities. The SON training laboratories prove to be a rich practice learning environment for students to meet the program outcomes and student ILOs. Seven nursing training labs are located at the second floor of Health Halls Complex next to the SON building. A description of each lab as follow:

1. Child Health Care Lab (1):   This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·      Enable student to a systematic method of assessing the health status of a child.

·      Help the student to gain skills to perform comprehensive nursing care for the child in laboratory setting.

·      Enable the student to practice different procedures for the child such as dressing, vital signs, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication.

2. Fundamental of Nursing Lab (2):   This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·      Enable the student to provide nursing care in simulated situations to apply standard nursing care.

·      Demonstrate and performing selected nursing skills in simulated laboratory.

·      Enable the student to practice different procedures such as dressing, vital signs, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication.

3. Physical Assessment Lab (3):   This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·      Enable student to apply a systematic method of assessing the health status of an adult.

·      Help the student to gain skills to perform comprehensive Physical Assessment for each system of an adult in laboratory simulation setting.

·      Identify common abnormal findings of health assessment and physical Assessment simulated situation.

4. Adult lab (4):  Capacity: This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·      Identify nursing care required for adult clients in selected simulated situations.

·      Enable the student to apply standard nursing care on adults.

·      Enable the student to practice different procedures such as (dressing, vital signs, oxygen therapy, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication, etc.).

·      Enable student to train in laboratory simulated situation for Basic CPR Training course (adult).  

5. Maternity Health Lab (5):  This laboratory is designed to help the students to e nable the student to practice a serial of midwifery technique in simulated situation and laboratory setting such as:

·      Diagnosis the stages of pregnancy

·      Abdominal inspection, palpation and auscultation

·      Breast examination (inspection and palpation)

·      Delivery procedure

·      Immediate infant care

·      Vaginal examination

·      Post-partum examination

·      Intrauterine Device insertion.

6. Computer simulation lab (6):  This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following: 

·      Puts self-paced learning for the students by providing an interactive teaching tool.

·      Helps the student to enhance critical thinking and problem solving abilities.

·      Display professional behavior in simulated situations.

·      Offering step-by-step instruction on commonly performed procedures.

7. Critical Care and Simulation Lab (7):  This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·      Basic CPR training course (adult)

·      Advanced CPR training course (adult)

·      First Aid training course ( Casualty and trauma manikin).

·      Physical examination course (simulation ECS METTI manikin) for undergraduate level.

·      Physical examination course (simulation ECS METTI manikin) for graduate level.

·      Maternity and child birthing simulation course (Computer interactive maternal and neonate simulator).

·      Basic CPR Training course (infant) .

·      Advanced CPR Training course (infant) . 

Nurse students can have their training at various healthcare facilities including the Jordan University Hospital, the Ministry of Health facilities, Jordanian Royal Medical Services facilities, and various private healthcare facilities. Clinical training sites are selected to match student ILOs of the various courses and to support the achievement of BSc program outcomes. All clinical agencies are nationally accredited as services and teaching sites by the Jordanian Nursing Council (JNC), Jordanian Medical Council (JMC) and Health Care Accreditation Commission (HCAC). Each has its own quality improvement programs and patient-safety initiatives. As students progress throughout the curriculum, clinical sites and their patient acuities reflect increasing complexities of patient therapeutic nursing care needs. For example, during the second year, nurse students have their training in the general wards including medical wards, surgical wards, outpatient clinics, and day care clinics. On the other hand, during the third and fourth year, nurse students are introduced to some specialty environments and are challenged with higher patient acuities and loads such as emergency room, intensive care units, coronary care unit, and dialysis unit.  Faculty members give support for students during their clinical experience to enhance students' learning and to facilitate students' transition to their professional role.  The SON provides transportation for students to and from all training sites except for Clinical Nursing Training / Intense Clinical Training course . Table below shows the clinical agencies utilized for student learning experiences. 

Usually, healthcare facilities are selected for student training based on the following criteria:

  • Jordanian Nursing Council (JNC) criteria for clinical training sites for nursing students of BSc programs
  • Compatibility between clinical site experience and course ILOs
  • Enough number of patients available for nursing students
  • Safe environments for students in clinical training
  • A signed contract between the healthcare facility and the University/School

 

Description of SON Classrooms

No

Name of room

Number of seats

Size (M)

Facilities

1

Room (1)

40

6.20 X 7.60

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

2

Room (2)

40

6.20 X 7.60

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

3

Room  (3)

52

6.20 X 7.60

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

4

Room (4)

52

6.20 X 7.60

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

5

Room (5)

40

6 X 6

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

6

Room ( 6)

35

7.80 x12.80

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

Tables

Chairs

7

Room (7)

20

4.90 X 6.20

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

Tables

Chairs

8

Ibn-Sina Auditorium

108

11.20 X 13.60

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Smart Screen

(1) table

(1) chair

9

Al-Quds Auditorium

144

12 X 14.40

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

(1) table

(1) chair

10

Rofayda Room

15

6 X 6.20

Computer (PC)

Screen

Data show

Whiteboard

Tables

Chairs

 

Training labs: Seven nursing training labs are located at the second floor of Health Halls Complex (a detailed description of each lab is discussed in section 5.3). The training labs are:

1. Child Health Care Lab (1): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m2.

2. Foundation of Nursing Lab (2):  Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m2.

3. Physical Assessment Lab (3): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m2 

4. Adult lab (4): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m.

5. Maternity Health Lab (5): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 63 m.

6. Computer simulation lab (6): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 63 m.

7. Critical Care and Simulation Lab (7): 15-20 students, Area: 126 m.

Computer Lab: a computer lab is located in the ground floor at the SON. It houses 29 desktops equipped with ADSL internet connection and one printer available for students’ use during the regular operation hours from 8:00 to 16:00.

Training labs: Seven nursing training labs including:

1. Child Health Care Lab (1): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m(Table 5.3.1) This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Enable student to a systematic method of assessing the health status of a child.

·     Help the student to gain skills to perform comprehensive nursing care for the child in laboratory setting.

·     Enable the student to practice different procedures for the child such as dressing, vital signs, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication.

 

Child Health Care Lab (1) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Manual patient bed

2

Over bed table

2

Bed side cabinet

2

Bed side lamp

1

Dressing trolley

2

Medication trolley

1

Baby coat

1

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

2

Models glass cupboard

4

Student chairs

20

Computer desk

1

Data show

1

Computer table

1

Table

1

White board

1

teaching screen

1

Portable screen

2

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

2

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

A child basic nursing care  model (5 years )

2

Infant basic CPR training model

1

Infant basic nursing care model

1

Child basic CPR training manikin (New)

1

Infant basic CPR training manikin (New)

1

Infant obstruction model (New)

1

AED instrument and CPR training manikin (New)

1

Advanced nursing baby  (infant )

1

IV Training hand

1

Advanced multi-purpose venous training arm

1

Intramuscular model (Deltoid)

1

Intradermal injection simulator

1

IM injection simulator (gluteus)

1

Upper arm intramuscular injection simulator (New)

1

Injection training pad (New)

1

Blood pressure system BP Training Arm

1

Dental care model

1

Small Skeleton model

1

Ear model

1

Eye model

1

Heart model

1

Lung model with trachea

1

Skin cross section model

1

Skull model

1

Liver model

1

Kidney model

1

Brain model

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

Stand Weight scale

1

Baby Weight scale

2

Single Stethoscope

1

Double  teaching Stethoscope

1

Tuning fork

1

Percussion Hummers

1

Diagnostic set contain (ophthalmoscope ,otoscope , nasal speculum , tongue blades)

1

Tape meter

1

Pen light

1

Tourniquet 

1

Tongue depressor ( pkt )

1

Mercury sphygmomanometer

1

Aneroid blood pressure meter

1

Mercury thermometer

2

Digital  thermometer

2

Tympanic thermometer

2

Gluco check machine

1

Scissors

1

Artery and tissues forcipes

1

Dressing set

1

Catheterization set

1

Kidney shape basin

1

Gallipots basin

1

Heparin pump

1

Intra venous solution pump machine ( IV  Vac )

1

Suction machine

1

Oxygen cylinder ( regulator )

1

Pediatric Ambo bag

1

Air way infant size

2

Child Oxygen face mask

2

Child Oxygen nasal cannula

2

Manual suction ( rubber pump )

1

IV stand

1

Sharp needle disposal box

1

 

 

2. Fundamental of Nursing Lab (2):  Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m2 .  This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Enable the student to provide nursing care in simulated situations to apply standard nursing care.

·     Demonstrate and performing selected nursing skills in simulated laboratory.

·     Enable the student to practice different procedures such as dressing, vital signs, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication.

 

Fundamental of Nursing Lab (2) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Manual patient bed

2

Electric patient bed

1

Over bed table

2

Bed side cabinet

2

Bed side lamp

1

Stretcher

1

Dressing trolley

2

Medication trolley

1

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

2

Models glass cupboard

4

Student chairs

20

Computer desk

1

Data show

1

Computer table

1

Table

1

White board

1

teaching screen

1

Portable screen

2

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

3

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

Advanced patient nursing care manikin

2

Wound care model and suture model

1

Detachable wound models 

10

Nasogastric feeding & Tracheal care

1

Blood pressure system BP Training Arm

1

Dental care model

1

Skeleton model

1

Ear model

1

Eye model

1

Heart model

2

Lung model with trachea

1

Blood circulation model

1

Skin cross section model

1

Skull model

1

Liver model

1

Kidney model

1

Brain model

1

IV Training hand

1

Advanced multipurpose venous training arm

1

Intramuscular model (Deltoid)

1

Intradermal injection simulator

1

IM injection simulator ( gluteus)

2

Advanced Buttocks intramuscular injection simulator (New)

1

Advanced  intramuscular injection training model (New)

2

Upper arm intramuscular injection simulator(New)

2

Injection training pad(New)

2

catheterization and enema training simulator

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

Mercury sphygmomanometer

2

Aneroid Blood pressure meter

2

Electric  Blood pressure meter ( upper Arm )

1

Electric Blood pressure meter ( wrist )

1

Mercury  thermometer

10

Digital  thermometer

2

Tympanic thermometer

2

Gluco check machine

1

Stand Weight scale

1

Single Stethoscope

2

Double  teaching Stethoscope

2

Intra venous cannulas different size

10

Scissors

2

Stitches removal scissor

2

Clip removal

2

Artery and tissues forcipes

2

Dressing set

2

Catheterization set

1

Kidney shape basin

2

Gallipots basin

2

Heparin pump

1

Intra venous solution pump machine ( IV Vac )

1

Suction machine

1

Oxygen cylinder ( regulator )

1

Baxstrap spine board

1

Redivac (close drain system )

1

Pill crusher

1

Urometer

1

Foot board

2

Bath blanket

2

Transfer belt

1

Shower chair ( commode chair )

1

 

3. Physical Assessment Lab (3): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m2 This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Enable student to apply a systematic method of assessing the health status of an adult.

·     Help the student to gain skills to perform comprehensive Physical Assessment for each system of an adult in laboratory simulation setting.

·     Identify common abnormal findings of health assessment and physical Assessment simulated situation.

Physical Assessment Lab (3) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Manual patient bed

2

Over bed table

2

Bed side cabinet

2

Bed side lamp

1

Stretcher

1

Dressing trolley

2

Medication trolley

1

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

2

Models glass cupboard

4

Student chairs

20

Table

1

White board

1

Teaching screen

1

Data show

1

Computer desk

1

Computer table

1

Portable screen

2

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

2

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

Basic nursing care an adult model

2

Nasogastric feeding & Tracheal care

1

Blood pressure system BP Training Arm

1

Small Skeleton model

2

Human skeleton 175 cm

1

Ear model

1

Eye model

1

Heart model

2

Lung model with trachea

1

Blood circulation model / electrical

1

Skin cross section model

1

Skull model

1

Liver model

1

Kidney model

1

Brain model

1

Teeth model

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

Stand Weight and length scale

1

Single Stethoscope

2

Double  teaching Stethoscope

2

Tuning fork

2

Percussion Hummers

2

Diagnostic set contain (ophthalmoscope, otoscope , nasal speculum, tongue blades )

2

Tape meter

2

Pen light

2

Skin - Marking pen

2

T- square ruler

2

Small centimetre ruler

2

Tourniquet

2

Tongue depressor /pkt

2

Snellen eye chart

2

Jaeger card ( new )

2

Doppler ultrasonic stethoscope  ( new )

2

Goniometry (new)

2

 

4. Adult lab (4): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 75 m (Table 5.3.4). This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Identify nursing care required for adult clients in selected simulated situations.

·     Enable the student to apply standard nursing care on adults.

·     Enable the student to practice different procedures such as (dressing, vital signs, oxygen therapy, urinary catheterization, gastric cavage and lavage, administration of medication, etc.).

·     Enable student to train in laboratory simulated situation for Basic CPR Training course (adult).

 

     Adult Lab (4) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Manual patient bed

2

Over bed table

2

Bed side cabinet

2

Bed side lamp

1

Stretcher

1

Dressing trolley

4

Medication trolley

2

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

2

Models glass cupboard

2

Student chairs

20

Computer desk

1

Data show

1

Computer table

1

Table

1

White board

1

Teaching screen

1

Portable screen

2

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

2

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

First Aid Training manikin Casualty and trauma manikin

1

Advanced patient care manikin

2

Adult BCLS CPR manikin

1

BCLS CPR set (five pcs)

1

Wound care model (with suturing)

1

Detachable wound models

10

Catheterization and enema training simulator

1

Nasogastric feeding & tracheal care

1

Blood pressure system BP training arm

1

Dental care model

1

Skeleton model

1

Ear model

1

Eye model

1

Adult heart model

1

Lung model with trachea

1

Blood circulation model

1

Skin cross section model

1

Skull model  (New)

1

Liver model

1

Kidney model

1

Brain model

1

IV training hand

2

Advanced multi-purpose venous training arm

2

Intramuscular model (Deltoid)

2

Intradermal injection simulator

2

IM injection simulator (gluteus)

2

Advanced buttocks intramuscular injection simulator (New)

1

Advanced  intramuscular injection training model (New)

1

Upper arm intramuscular injection simulator (New)

1

Injection training pad (New)

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

Mercury sphygmomanometer

2

Aneroid Blood pressure meter

2

Electric blood pressure meter

(upper arm)

1

Mercury thermometer

2

Digital thermometer

2

Tympanic thermometer

2

Gluco check machine

1

Stand weight scale

1

Single stethoscope

2

Double teaching stethoscope

2

Scissors

2

Stitches removal scissor

2

Artery and tissues forcipes

2

Dressing set

2

Catheterization set

2

Kidney shape basin

2

Gallipots basin

2

Heparin pump machine

1

Intra venous solution pump machine (IV Vac)

1

Suction machine

1

Mouth to mouth face mask

2

Mouth to mouth face shield sheet

2

Oxygen cylinder (regulator)

1

Adult Ambo bag

1

Adult Air way

1

Oxygen spirometer

1

Oxygen face mask

1

Oxygen nasal cannula

1

Oxygen venturi mask

1

Pen light

1

IV stand

1

Sharp needle disposal box

2

Redivac (close drain system)

1

Pill crusher for tablets

1

Urometer

1

Foot board

2

 

5. Maternity Health Lab (5): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 63 m2. This laboratory is designed to help the students to enable the student to practice a serial of midwifery technique in simulated situation and laboratory setting such as:

·     Diagnosis the stages of pregnancy

·     Abdominal inspection, palpation and auscultation

·     Breast examination (inspection and palpation)

·     Delivery procedure

·     Immediate infant care

·     Vaginal examination

·     Post-partum examination

·     Intrauterine Device insertion.

 

Maternity Health Lab (5) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Delivery bed

3

Baby coat

1

Manual patient bed

1

Over bed table

1

Bed side cabinet

1

Bed side lamp

2

Stretcher

1

Dressing trolley

3

Medication trolley

1

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

1

Models glass cupboard

4

Student chairs

20

Data show

1

Computer desk

1

TV and DVD system

1

TV and DVD table

1

Table

1

White board

1

Teaching screen

1

Portable screen

1

Computer table

1

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

2

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

Advanced maternity and neonatal simulation system + resuscitation baby model (Noelle)

1

Torso Child birthing simulator

3

Child birth skills training model (New)

6

Maternity examination model / antenatal examination (New)

2

Maternity and neonatal simulation system

1

New born baby model

4

Placenta model & umbilical cord

4

Gynecology & IUD simulator (Torso pelvis)

2

Female pelvis organs III

2

Fetus growth stages model (9 pcs)

2

Breast self-examination simulator (with axilla)

4

Breast model ( 3 pcs )

2

Breast exam model ( New )

2

Child birth demonstration (skull & pelvis)

4

Fertilization process simulator

1

Pelvis with uterus in the nine month pregnancy (New)

1

Child birth model / New (3 pcs)

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

Stand Weight scale

1

Baby Weight scale

2

Single Stethoscope

2

Double  teaching Stethoscope

2

Sonicad

2

Feto scope

2

Manual suction ( rubber pump )

 

Tape meter

2

Tourniquet

2

Mercury sphygmomanometer

2

Aneroid blood pressure meter

2

Mercury  thermometer

2

Gluco check machine

1

Delivery set

2

Scissors

2

Artery and tissues forcipes

2

Dressing set

2

Catheterization set

2

Kidney shape basin

2

Gallipots basin

2

Umbilical cord clamp

4

Identification band

4

Sponge forceps

2

Shuttle forceps

2

Heparin pump

1

Intra venous solution pump machine (IV  Vac)

1

Suction machine

1

Oxygen cylinder (regulator)

1

Pediatric Ambo bag

1

Air way infant size

2

Child Oxygen face mask

2

Child Oxygen nasal cannula

2

IV stand

2

Sharp needle disposal box

2

Bowel stand  (2 large basin)

2

 

6. Computer simulation lab (6): Capacity: 15-20 students, Area: 63 m. This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Puts self-paced learning for the students by providing an interactive teaching tool.

·     Helps the student to enhance critical thinking and problem solving abilities.

·     Display professional behavior in simulated situations.

·     Offering step-by-step instruction on commonly performed procedures.

  

    Computer simulation lab (6) Learning Resources

Item

Quantity

Teaching CDs

different topics

Video tapes

different topics

Computers

4

Computer  table

4

Data show

1

TV and DVD system

1

TV and DVD table

1

Video tape system

1

Student chairs

20

Table

1

White board

1

teaching screen

1

Portable screen

1

 

7. Critical Care and Simulation Lab (7): 15-20 students, Area: 126 m2. This laboratory is designed to help the students achieve the following:

·     Basic CPR training course (adult)

·     Advanced CPR training course (adult)

·     First Aid training course (Casualty and trauma manikin).

·     Physical examination course (simulation ECS METTI manikin) for undergraduate level.

·     Physical examination course (simulation ECS METTI manikin) for graduate level.

·     Maternity and child birthing simulation course (Computer interactive maternal and neonate simulator).

·     Basic CPR Training course (infant).

·     Advanced CPR Training course (infant)

 

Critical Care and Simulation Lab (7) Learning Resources, Models and Simulation Manikins, and Instruments

Learning Resources

Name

Quantity

Electric bed

2

Manual patient bed

1

Over bed table

2

Bed side cabinet

2

Bed side lamp

2

Patient Stretcher

3

Dressing trolley

3

Medication trolley

1

Emergency trolley

1

Wheel chair

1

Humber (sac for bed sheet )

1

Models glass cupboard

4

Student chairs

15

Table

4

White board

1

Teaching screen

1

Data show

1

Computer / laptop

1

Portable screen

2

Wall clock

1

Fan

1

Educational Board

3

Models and Simulation Manikins

Model

Quantity

Emergency care simulator ECS/ METTI Man

1

Pediatric ACLS manikin  (PALS )

1

First Aid Training Manikin

Casualty and trauma manikin

1

Computer Interactive Maternal And Neonate Simulator (Advanced Maternity And Child Birthing Model)

1

Wound care and suturing model

1

Detachable wound models 

10

Feeding pump (new)

1

Nasogastric feeding & tracheal care

1

Blood pressure system BP Training Arm

1

Chocking Charlie model

1

Dental care model

1

Skeleton model

2

Ear model

1

Eye model

1

Adult Heart model

2

Lung model with trachea

1

Blood circulation model / electrical

1

Skin cross section model

1

Skull model

1

Liver model

1

Kidney model

1

Brain model

1

IV Training hand

1

Advanced multipurpose venous training arm

1

Intramuscular model (Deltoid)

2

Intradermal injection simulator

1

IM injection simulator (gluteus)

1

Adult ACLS CPR manikin

1

Adult BCLS CPR manikin

1

AED instrument for CPR training

1

Defibrillator machine /DC shock

1

ECG machine

1

Advanced CPR training manikin / adult (New)

2

Advanced CPR training manikin/ child (New)

1

Advanced CPR training manikin /infant (New)

1

Child Basic CPR training manikin (New)

1

Infant Basic CPR training manikin (New)

1

Infant obstruction model(New)

1

AED instrument and CPR training manikin (New)

1

12 lead training  model (New)

1

Little family CPR training BCLS (New)

1

Advanced Buttocks intramuscular injection simulator (New)

2

Advanced  intramuscular injection training model (New)

2

Upper arm intramuscular injection simulator (New)

2

Injection training pad (New)

2

Breast exam model (New)

2

Catheterization and enema training simulator

1

Instruments

Item

Quantity

CPR compression board

2

Mouth to mouth face mask

10

Mouth to mouth face shield sheet

10

Mercury sphygmomanometer

2

Aneroid Blood pressure meter

2

Electric  Blood pressure meter (upper Arm)

2

Mercury  thermometer

10

Digital  thermometer

2

Tympanic thermometer

2

Gluco check machine

1

Stand Weight scale

1

Single Stethoscope

2

Double teaching Stethoscope

2

Lyrengoscope

1