Department Of Nursing Lecture Notes


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1) FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING 1 (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Chukwuyem Emmanuelson Nkemchor)

PREAMBLE:
NSC201: Foundations of Nursing course is a two (2) unit credit course meant for students who are pursuing B.NSc degree. It is one of the courses meant to lay your desired foundation for choice of nursing as a course of study and profession. It comprise of the bedrock of acquisition of necessary elementary skills amidst health care reforms. The changes in response to social, political, economic factors as well as health technology and advances in health care…

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2) CONTEMPORARY HEALTH ISSUES.

(Mr Chukwuyem Emmanuelson Nkemchor  and Dr Victor.)

General overview of lecture: This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge
of contemporary health issues. This course covers various aspect of health, including nutritional
diseases, cardiac diseases, respiratory diseases etc.

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3) FOUNDATION OF NURSING SCIENCE.

(Mr Ogunlade Aderinto Alade  and Mr. E.M Akpotor)

General overview of lecture: The course provides the foundation upon which the practice of
nursing in the three tiers of health care in Nigeria is based.

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4) COMMUNITY HUMAN NUTRITION.

(Mr Akpotor Eugene Mudiaga  and A. A. Ogunlade)

General overview of lecture: This course covers the basic concepts in nutrition such as, classification of food based on nutrient, functions of nutrients, the gastrointestinal tract, digestion, absorption and metabolism of nutrients, energy balance, types of food found in our locality, factors that influence our choice of food, the concept of adequate diet, food security, and nutritional need across the developmental milestones. It will focus also on the role of nutrition in the prevention, management, and care of various diseases…

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5) COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING/PRATICUM LECTURE 2018/2019.

(Mr Akpotor Eugene Mudiaga  and Dr. J.A. Afemikhe)

General overview of lecture: This course has two aspects: theoretical part and practical part: the theory aspect introduces the student to primary health care (PHC) as the chosen health care system to providing healthcare for all irrespective of social status, age, creed, religion, race, gender etc. the main focus will be to expose the student to the skills, and knowledge needed to work collaboratively with other health care workers in the community in order to assist individuals, families, and communities…

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6) NURSING ETHICS AND JURISPRUDENCE LECTURE 2018/2019.

(Mr Akpotor Eugene Mudiaga  and N. E. Chukwuyem)

General overview of lecture: this course discusses the principles and issues of ethics governing the patient-nurse relationship; nurse-other members of the health team; ethical issues in nursing research; psychiatric care; examination and care of women; and children including family planning, sex change, dying and death, abortion, euthanasia etc. Other areas to be covered include professional negligence/misconduct, legal duties and liabilities of the nurses; and inform consent.

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7) MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING LECTURE.

(Mr Ogunlade Aderinto Alade  and N. E. Chukwuyem)

General overview of lecture: This introduces students to surgical patients with emergencies as
well as cares before, during and after operation.

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8) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY.

(Mr Ogunlade Aderinto Alade  and Mr. N.E Chukwuyem, Mr.M.E Akpotor)

General overview of lecture: This course describes the various aspects of human development
(physical, spiritual, emotional, sexual, psychological etc.) along the factors that influence growth
and theories supporting growth and development.