HNN777 - Critical Care Nursing 2
|Year||2015 unit information|
Trimester 2: Cloud (online)^
Theoretical component 3 hours per week - a combination of classes, cloud (online) modules and seminars. Students will be expected to undertake an additional 7 hours per week of independent study
This unit is part of the Critical Care Specialty stream of the Master of Nursing Practice for students who are also employed in a suitable clinical area in partnership with Deakin University.
^Students enrol as Cloud (online) students, however there are significant campus requirements.
The unit is divided into four distinct modules and covers: concepts of shock and multi-organ dysfunction including the appropriate care of patients; management of patients with a variety of acute cardiac dysfunctions; nursing considerations relating to the care of patients with endocrine disorders; and specialty practice issues in critical care nursing related to specialist patient transfers, nutrition, gastrointestinal disorders and toxicology.
Assessment task 1: Assignment (equivalent to 1500 words) 40%
Assessment task 2: Examination (1.5 hours) 40%
Assessment task 3: Tests (3) 20%
Assessment task 4: Clinical assessment pass/fail, satisfactory completion of clinical competency hurdles and assessment.
Both the theoretical and clinical components of the assessment must be passed in order to successfully gain an overall pass in this unit.
Compulsory clinical hurdles form part of the assessment of this unit. Recognition of the importance of clinical assessments is calculated in the overall student workload.
Note: Failure of a compulsory practicum component in a unit will normally lead to exclusion.
Unit Fee Information
|Student Contribution Rate*||Student Contribution Rate**||Fee rate - Domestic Students||Fee rate - International students|
* Rate for all CSP students, except for those who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
** Rate for CSP students who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
Please note: Unit fees listed do not apply to Deakin Prime students.