I need to see real growth in metrics like customer acquisition and trading volume before making a deeper commitment. From what I can tell, the news about EDXM will only be positive for Coinbase if it helps to expand the pie for the crypto industry as a whole. That's right -- they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. Independent nature of EDXM would also restrain the firm from the possibility of conflicts of interest. EDXM needed to prove its utility to stay relevant within the crypto space though. For now, I'm taking a wait-and-see backed crypto exchange with Coinbase. Meanwhile, the EDX exchange would work to accommodate both private and institutional investors.
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Explain the dynamics of human behavior, personality and learning. Demonstrate skills in the application of principle of psychology in nursing practice in all kind of health care settings. Course Content Unit I Introduction - Definitions, scope of psychology and its importance in nursing profession. Unit n Psychology of Humatx Behaviour - Dynamics of behavior, motivation and behavioral process of adjustment, adjustments and maladjustments, unconscious behaviour.
U Learning - Nature of learning, laws and types of learning, factors promoting effective learning, memory and forgetfulness. Unit 1V Observation - Attention and perception, factors affection attention and observation and errors'in perception. Unit V Intelligence - Definition, individual differences in intelligence. Mental ability and nature of intelligence. Measurement of intelligence. Unit 17 Personality - Meaning, Types, factors affecting development of personality.
General objectives Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. Describe the concept of the family as a social unit and the status of the individual in the family 2. Explain the dynamics of society and identify common social problems.
Demonstrate ability to understand the socio-cultural and economic aspects of the community in the light of their effects on health and illness. Utilise the knowledge and understanding of sociology in nursing practice. Course Content Unit I Introduction Concept , scope nature and importance of sociology in nursing - The socio-cultural and economic aspects of the community and their effects in health and illness.
Effect of environment, on childhood, adolescence, Adulthood and old age. The right and responsibilities of the individual in a democratic society. Social changes, social control, social stratification. Rural and urban society. Social problems: unmarried mothers, dowry system, prostitution , drug addiction, alcoholism, delinquency, handicapped, child abuse, women abuse. Social agencies and remedial measures. V The Community Definition, characteristics and culture. VI Economy Resources of the country: natural, occupational agricultural, industrial etc.
Social Security Population explosion: Its effect on economy and the need for population control. Budgeting for a family, per capita income and its impact on health and illness. Unit Unit t! General Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to : 1.
Describe the physical mental and social adjustment. Carry out basic nursing techniques and care with the application of sound scientific principle. Explain the concept of comprehensive nursing care 4. Develop skills in assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the nursing care rendered to the patients. Communicate effectively and establish good interpersonal relationship with the patients, their relatives and other health team members.
Recognise and utilize opportunities for planning and implementing need based health teaching programme s for individuals, groups, families and communities. Course Content Unit I Introduction to nursing - Nursing: definition, meaning, Nature, scope, principle sand history of nursing. Client Int] oduction to the sick and well. Bed and Bed Making - Principle of bed-making, factor to be considered in selecting and making bed, different types of beds and their uses. Maintenance of therapeutic environment Temperature, light, noise and humidity.
Psycho Social Environment IV eaning and its importance, aesthetic consideration in the environment, colour scheme, beauty and flower arrangements Nurt ing Process and Nursing Care Plan - h eaning, importance and steps in development. Follow up and Rehabilitation revisit, treatment compliance and referral. Elimination needs - Problem in sickness: constipation and diarrhoea, retention and incontinence of urine. Safety needs - Environmental hazards, role of nurses in prevention of health hazards.
Communication needs. Activity and Exercise Importance of activity and exercise in health and sickness, active and passive exercise. Physical comforts - Comfort: meaning and its importance in health and disease, factors promoting and inhibiting physical comfort, comfort devices and their uses, body mechanics, positions. Moving, shifting and Lifting of Patient. R and B. Urine stool, vomit, sputum, normal and abnormal behaviour and its deviation.
Disinfection techniques, sterilization techniques. Autoclaving, boiling, flaming, ultra violet rays. Care and sterilization of: Lines, bed, mattress, floor, walls, cupboard and other articles. Rubber goods, dressings, instruments, needles, syringes enamel articles. Barrier Nursing and Isolation. I L Collection- of specimens of urine and stool for routine and culture examination. Cold application : ice cap, cold packs, use of evaporating lotion.
Hot application: use of hot water bottle, dry fomentation, moist fomentation, medicated fomentation. Unit lf7 Basic Needs and Care in Special Conditions Care of patient with fever, unconscious patient, patient with fluid imbalance, patient with dyspnoea. Care of terminally ill patient.
Dying patient - Signs and symptoms of approaching death, needs of the dying patient and his relatives, care of the dying , last offices, packing of dead bodies in non-communicable and communicable diseases. Demonstrate skill in rendering first aid in case of emergencies. Course Content Unit in Introduction Importance of first aid and rules of first aid.
Concept of emergency. First Aid in Emergency situations Fire, bums, fractures, accidents, poisoning, drowning, haemorrhages, insect bites, foreign bodies. Transportation of the injured. Bandaging and splinting. Community Emergencies and Resources Community Emergencies Fire, explosions, floods, earthquakes, famines.
Ambulance services: Their functions in relation to emergencies. Explain the concept of health and hygiene. Enumerate the principles of personal health. Unit II Maintenance of Health Determinants of health, building of good health habits, immunization, correction of defects, maintenance of health records. Unit III Physical Health Care of skin, hair, teeth, eyes, ears, hands and feet, Rest and sleep, exercise, activity, recreation, posture, nutrition, elimination, menstrual hygiene.
Mental hygiene in intrauterine, infancy, childhood, Adolescence, adulthood and old age. General objectives Uporj completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. Describe the concept of health, community health and community health nursing. State the principles of epidemiology and epidemiological methods of community health nursing practice.
Explain the various services provided to the community and the role of the nurse. Demonstrate skills - to practice effective nursing care of the individuals and families in the clinics as well as in their homes, using scientific principles. Community , community health, community health nursing. Dimensions of health. Health determinants. Indicators of health Levels of health care.
Health for all by A. Differences between institutional and community health nursing. Community health team functioning Philosophy, goals, objectives and principles of community health nursing practice. Qualities and functions of a community health nurse. Importance of the community health nursing process.
Steps of the process : Community identification, population composition, health and allied resources, community assessment, planning and conducting community health nursing care services. Identification of deviation from normal health. Definition and aims of epidemiology. Basic tools of measurement in epidemiology.
Uses of epidemiology. Disease cycle. Spectrum of disease. Levels of prevention of disease. Disease transmission-direct and indirect. Immunity Immunizing agents and immunization schedule. Control of infectious diseases. Unit V Family Health Nursing Care Concept, goals, objectives, family as a unit of health, family health care services. Roles and function of a community health nurse in family health services. Family health records. Bag technique Clinic Purposes. Types of clinics and their functions.
Setting up of various clinics. Functions of Health personnel in these clinics. Types of records. Uses of records. Essential requirements of records. Cumulative records. General Objectives Upon completion of this course-, the students will be to : 1. Describe the concept of environmental health. Describe the principles of environmental health. Describe the environmental health hazards and health problems of the country and services available to meet these.
Uses of water. Water pollution Water borne diseases. Water purification. Air Air pollution Prevention and control of air pollution. Waste Refuse. Health hazards of these wastes. Collection, removal and disposal of thee wastes. Housing Site. Basic amenities. Types and standard of ventilation. Requirements of good lighting. Natural and artificial lighting. Noise Sources of noise. Community noise levels. Effects of noise. Noise control Arthropods of Public Health Importance Mosquitoes, housefly, sand fly, human louse, ratfleas etc.
Control measures for these arthropods. General Objectives Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: ] Describe the concept of health education, communication skills, audio-visual aids and health education agencies. Identify and utilize opportunities for health education planned and incidental. Communicate effectively with others. Opportunities for health education in hospital and community.
Scope of health education. Levels and approaches of health education. Principles of health education. Unit U Communication Skills Definition of communication. Purposes of communication. Types of communication. Importance and art of observing and listening in communication. Methods and Media of Health Education Methods of health education.
Types of media A. Advantages and limitations of each. Preparation and uses of simple aids. Course Description This course is designed to help students understand that nutrition is an integral component of health since nutrients play'a vital role in the growth, development and maintenance of the body.
Describe the principles of nutrition and dietetics and its relationship to the Human body in health and disease. Describe the common foods in health and disease. Apply this knowledge in the promotion of health and in the care of the sick. Demonstrate skills in selection, preparation and preservation of food.
Relationship of nutrition to health. Unit II Classification of food A. Classification by origin Food of animal origin. Food of vegetable origin. Classification by chemical composition and Sources. Proteins Fats Minerals Vitamins. Classification by predominant functions. Body building food. Energy giving food Protective food. Classification by nutritive value. Cereals and millets. Pulses Legumes. Nuts and oil seeds Fruits Animal food. Fats and oils Sugar and Jaggeiy. Condiments and spices.
Miscellaneous food Normal dietary requirements and deficiency diseases of each of the constituents of food. The Calorie Nutritive value of food items and their measures used. Balanced diet. Method of calculating normal food requirements, influence of age, sex and activity. Factors affecting selection and planning of meals. Budgeting for food. Low cost menu. Diseases caused by deficiency of protein, fat, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins.
Preparation , Preservation and Storage of Food Principles of cooking. Methods of food preparation and their effects on food and food constituents, advantages and limitations of each. Household methods of preserving and storing food. Commercially prepared food and its adulteration. Precautions in selection, preparation and storage of food. Methods of modifying diet in relation to calorie value, by increasing or decreasing of constituents.
Diet and the patient Environmental, psychological and cultural factors in acceptance of diet by the patient. Serving of food. Feeding of helpless patients. Opportunities for teaching. Community Nutrition Concept of com munity nutrition. Nutritional needs for special groups; infants, children, pregnant woman, lactating mothers, old people etc. Nutrition education: needs and methods. Substitutes for non-vegetarian food. Methods of improving an ill-balanced diet.
Community nutrition programme. Food hygiene and laws related to food. Egg preparations: Scrambled eggs, egg flip, omlette, poached egg- Soups: tomato, bone, vegetable s. Light Diets: gruel, khichri, daliya, kanji, boiled vegetables, salads, custards etc. Co This urate qot spoken Genei Upon 1. Unit I Unit n Unit in ml Objectives c ompletion of this course, the students will be able to: Read and write correct English.
Communicate effectively in English language. Demonstrate skill in writing and speaking in English language. Composition Analysis, transformation and syntheses of sentences. Correct usage of sentences. Reading comprehension-Exercise of prescribed short answers.
Students will be able to gain knowledge and develop understanding of various medical, surgical disorders and diseases. They will be able to give comprehensive nursing care to patients with these diseases. General Objectives. Upon completion of this course the students will able to : 1 Describe the causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention of medical surgical diseases.
Course Content Unit I Introduction Brief history of evolution of modern medicine and surgery and theories of illness and it causation. General clinical investigation. Nutritional consideration. Nursing management of Immuno therapy. Auto Immune disease. Graft versus host disease.
Clinical Pharmacology Terminology Drugs and laws. Basic clinical pharmacology. Sources of drugs, action, side effects, doses of drugs. Different pharmacological preparations. Administration of medicine to patient. Nursing implications of administration of drugs. Review mechanism of controlling fluid and electrolyte movement.
Review regulation of fluid and electrolyte. Fluid and electrolyte imbalance and their therapeutic management. Management of Patients in Pain Concept. Assessment Types, location. Nursing management. Analgesic drugs. Therapeutic approaches to pain. Operation Theatre Technique Physical Environment Operation theatre: cleaning of rooms, tables, trolleys, lights and other equipments. Pre-operative holding area. Theatre Technique Scrubbing-hand washing Part in —Sec.
Positioning of patient for various surgical procedures. Role of a nurse in care of patient in the theatre. Unit IX Management of Patient Undergoing Surgery Assessment of pre-operative patient: physical, psychosocial and physiological aspects. Nursing management of pre-operative patient. Intra Operative Management Surgical Team. Anesthesia: classification, anesthetic agents and role of a nurse in anesthesia. Patient in recovery room. Recovery from anesthesia. Post -operative nursing management.
Administr ation of post-operative orders Post-operative complications: observation, prevention and management. Assessment of respiratory functions. Management of patient with impaired respiratory functions. Respiratory intensive care. Students will be able to gain knowledge and develop understanding of various medical surgical specialty disorders and diseases. General Objectives Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1.
Demonstrate skill in carrying out nursing techniques and procedures with the application of scientific principles. Prepare nursing care plan using nursing process and provide care to patients with these diseases. Problems and management. Classification of Cancer. Detection, prevention. Treatment modalities.
Nursing management of patient receiving: Chemotherapy. Late effects of chemotherapy and radiation. Nursing management of patient undergoing radical surgeiy. Bone marrow transplant and its management. Rehabilitation of cancer patients.. Management of patient undergoing surgery for cancer breast. Inflammatory and non-inflammatory disorders and diseases and its management. Infestations , infectious and non-infectious diseases and their management Skin cancer Special dermatological therapy.
Bum and its management. Diseases and disorders of eyes and their management. Review national programmes on blindness and trachoma. Hospital Cornea Retrieval Grief counseling, eye collection in hospitals Motivation fro eye donation. Obtaining consent for eye donation. Transplantation of human organs bill and eye collection. Assessment of the function of ear, nose ajid Throat. Disorders and diseases of the ear nose and throat.
Management of disorders and diseases of ear, nose and throat. Assessment of cardio-vascular functions. Management of patients with cardio-vascular diseases. Management of patient in I. Management of patient with cardio-vascular surgery. Assessment and management of circulatory, hematological disorders and problems of peripheral circulation. Phlebotomy Procedure in blood donors. Sample and request for blood transfusion. Safety checks and records. Adverse transfusion reaction and their management.
Blood bank functioning- Hospital transfusion committee. Blood donor care, post donation management, counseling of blood donors. Inventory of necessary requirement for the transfusions. Review of infection , how it spreads and its control. Isolation - review of epidemiology and control measures.
Management of various infectious diseases. Zoonosis - Kala-azar, Plague, Relapsing fever. Mosquito - Malaria, Filaria, Yellow fever, Dengue fever. Nursing Management of Patients with Sexually transmitted diseases Assessment. Sex health and hygiene. Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Granuloma venerium,. Assessment of musculo-skeletal functions. Disorders and diseases of bone, muscle, cartilage, ligaments and their management. Rehabilitation, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Emergency and Disaster Nursing.
Natural calamities. Manmade disaster. Community resources available to meet such calamities. Describe the concept of mental health and mental illness and the emerging trends in psychiatric nursing. Explain the. Identify the symptoms and dynamics of abnormal human behaviour in comparison with normal human behaviour. Demonstrate a desirable attitude and skills in rendering comprehensive nursing care to the mentally ill.
Definition of terms used in psychiatry. Review of mental mechanisms ego mechanisms.
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