Internet Based Course
The focus of this course is to review the etiology, pathology, pathophysiology, clinical features and treatments for common pulmonary diseases in the adult and pediatric populations.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
COURSE CONTENT AND CHAPTER QUIZZES:
This course is a review of various respiratory pathologies in the adult and pediatric populations. Skim the chapters included in the course content section and select 12 chapters of interest. The student will read the chapter selected along with the power point presentations and take the chapter quiz. This will be a self paced course but it is suggested that the student complete approximately two chapters per week. All students will complete Chapters 9 and 10 by June 12th. Also, please submit to the instructor via email a list of the other 12 chapters chosen for completion by June 12th. At that time the appropriate quizzes will be made available under the assessment icon for each student.
RESEARCH ARTICLE REVIEW and/or ACTUAL CASE REPORT:
Select a topic relating to a disease/condition covered in the text. You have the option of utilizing an actual case study (either located on the internet or in your professional practice) or locating an article in reference to your selected disease process. Focus on patient assessment, therapeutic interventions, care plan and management. Discuss whether or not the patient was managed according to published standards. Within the report cite at least 3 current (last five years) peer-reviewed research articles that focus on the topic of your report. Please do not hesitate to utilize additional sources as well. The report is to be APA format, word processed utilizing a font no greater than 12 with 1-inch margins and double-spaced with page numbers. The amount of student written material (excluding the Title Page, Literature Cited and Other References) must total at least 5 pages. You will be graded on overall coverage of the subject and readability of the report. Points will be deducted for spelling and grammar. Reports should be submitted under the assignment icon and are due no later than July 30th.
Chapter Review and Quizzes(14 chapters) 60%
Case Report 40%
MISSED ASSIGNMENT POLICY
A 15% reduction will be taken for each day (weekends and holidays included) after the scheduled assignment date.
Online participation required.
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