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I take online admission in Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in B.Sc Nursing 1st year So here I don’t know about its syllabus in details so which website I get syllabus details of RGUHS B.Sc 1st Nursing?







You can get the syllabus of B.Sc nursing 1st year of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences form the attachment given below:

This course is designed to help the students to develop an understanding of the philosophy, objectives, theories and process of nursing in various Supervised Clinical settings. It is aimed at helping the students to acquire knowledge, understanding and skills in techniques of nursing and practice them in Supervised Clinical settings.

Unit 1
Describe the concept of health, illness and health care agencies
Introduction
• Concept of Health: Health – illness continuum
• Factors influencing health
• Causes and risk factors for developing illness
• Body defences: Immunity and immunization
• Illness and illness Behavior:
• Impact of illness on patient and family
• Health Care Services: Health Promotion and Prevention, Primary Care,
Diagnosis, Treatment, Rehabilitation and Continuing Care
• Health care teams
• Types of health care agencies
• Hospitals: Types, Organisation and Functions
• Health Promotion and Levels of Disease Prevention
• Primary Health care and its delivery: Role of nurse
Teaching Learning Activities
• Lecture discussion
• Visit to health care agencies

Unit 2
* Explain concept and scope of nursing
Describe values, code of ethics and professional conduct for nurses of India
Nursing as a profession
• Definition and Characteristics of a profession
• Nursing:
o Definition, Concepts, philosophy, objectives
o Characteristics, nature and scope of nursing practice
o Functions of nurse
o Qualities of a nurse
o Categories of nursing personnel
o Nursing as a profession
o History of Nursing in India.
• Values: Definition, Types, Values Classification and values in professional Nursing: Caring & Advocacy
• Ethics:
o Definition and Ethical Principles
o Code of ethics and professional conduct for nurses.
Teaching Learning Activities
• Lecture discussion
• Case discussion
• Role plays

Unit 3
Explain the admission and discharge procedure
Performs admission and discharge procedure
Hospital admission and discharge
• Admission to the hospital
o Unit and its preparation-admission bed
o Admission procedure
o Special considerations
o Medico-legal issues
o Roles and Responsibilities of the nurse
• Discharge from the hospital
o Types: Planned discharge, LAMA and abscond, Referrals and transfers
o Discharge Planning
o Discharge procedure
o Special consideration
o Medico-legal issues
o Roles and Responsibilities of the nurse
o Care of the unit after discharge
Teaching Learning Activities
• Lecture discussion
• Demonstration
• Lab Practice
• Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 4
Communicate effectively with patient, families and team members and maintain effective human relations (projecting professional image)
Appreciate the importance of patient teaching in nursing
Communication and Nurse patient relationship
• Communication: Levels, Elements, Types, Modes, Process, Factors influencing Communication
o Methods of Effective Communication: Attending skills, Rapport building skills, Empathy skills
o Barriers to effective communication
• Helping Relationship (NPR): Dimensions of Helping Relationships, Phase of a helping relationship
• Communicating effectively with patient, families and team members and maintain effective human relations with special reference to communicating with vulnerable group(children, women, physically and mentally challenged and elderly)
• Patient Teaching: Importance, Purposes, Process, role of nurse and Integrating teaching in Nursing Process.
Teaching Learning Activities
• Lecture discussion
• Role play and video film on the nurses interacting with the patient
• Practice session on patient teaching
• Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 5
Explain the concept, uses, format and steps of nursing process
Documents nursing process as per the format The Nursing Process
Critical Thinking and Nursing Judgment
Critical Thinking: Thinking and Learning
Competencies, Attitudes for Critical Thinking, Levels of critical thinking in Nursing
Nursing Process Overview:Application in Practice
Nursing process format: INC, current format
Assessment
Collection of Data : Types, Sources, Methods
Formulating Nursing Judgment: Data interpretation
Nursing Diagnosis
Identification of client problems
Nursing diagnosis statement
Difference between medical and nursing diagnosis
Planning
Establishing Priorities
Establishing Goals and Expected Outcomes
Selection of interventions : Protocols and standing Orders
Writing the Nursing Care Plan
Implementation
Implementing the plan of care
Evaluation
Outcome of care
Review and Modify
Documentation and Reporting
Teaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Exercise
Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 6
Describe the purposes, types and techniques of recording and reporting Documentation and Reporting
Documentation : Purposes of Recording and reporting
Communication within the Health Care Team
Types of records; ward records, medical/nursing records,
Common Record-keeping forms, Computerized documentation
Guidelines for Reporting: Factual Basis, Accuracy, Completeness, currentness, Organization, confidentiality
Methods of Recording
Reporting: Change of shift reports: Transfer reports, incident reports
Minimizing legal Liability through effective record keeping
Teaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice Session
Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 7
Describe principles and techniques of monitoring and maintaining vital signs
Monitor and maintain vital signs Vital signs
Guidelines for taking vital signs :
Body temperature:
Physiology, Regulation, Factors affecting body temperature,
Assessment of body temperature: sites, equipments and technique, special considerations
Temperature alterations: Hyperthermia, Heatstroke, Hypothermia
Hot and cold applications
Pulse:
Physiology & Regulation,Characteristics of the pulse, Factors affecting pulse
Assessment of the pulse: sites, location, equipments and technique, special considerations
Alterations in pulse:
Respiration
Physiology and Regulation, Mechanics of breathing Characteristics of the respiration, Factors affecting respiration
Assessment of respirations:Technique, special considerations
Alterations in respiration
Blood pressure :
Physiology and Regulation, Characteristics of the blood pressure, Factors affecting blood pressure
Assessment of blood pressure: sites, equipments and technique, special considerations
Alterations in blood pressureRecording of vital signsTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice
Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 8
Describe purpose and process of health assessment
Describe the health assessment of each body system
Perform health assessment of each body system Health assessment
Purposes
Process of Health assessment
Health History
Physical examination :
Methods-Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, Auscultation, Olfaction
Preparation for examination: patient and unit
General assessment
Assessment of each body system
Recording of health assessmentTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice on stimulators
Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 9
Identify the various machinery, equipment and linen and their care Machinery, Equipment and linen
Types: Disposables and reusable- Linen, rubber goods, glass ware, metal, plastics, furniture, machinery
Introduction
Indent
Maintenance
InventoryTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration

Unit 10
Describe the basic, psychological needs of patient
Describe the principles and techniques for meeting basic, Physiological and psychosocial needs of patient
Perform nursing assessment, plan implement and evaluate the care for meeting basic, physiological and psychosocial needs of patient Meeting needs of patient
Basic needs (Activities of daily living)
Providing safe and clean environment:
Physical-environment: Temperature, Humidity, Noise, Ventilation, light, Odour, pests control
Reduction of physical hazards: fire, accidents
Safety devices: Restraints, side rails, airways, trapeze etc.
Role of nurse in providing safe and clean environment.
Hygiene:-
Factors Influencing Hygienic Practice
Hygienic care: Care of the Skin-Bath and pressure points, feet and nail, Oral cavity, Hair Care, Eyes, Ears and Nose
Assessment, Principles, Types, Equipments, Procedure, Special Considerations- Patient environment: Room Equipment and linen, making patient beds
Types of beds and bed making
Comfort:-
Factors influencing Comfort
Comfort devices
Physiological needs:-
Sleep and Rest :
Physiology of sleep
Factors affecting sleep
Promoting Rest and sleep
Sleep Disorders
Nutrition :-
Importance
Factors affecting nutritional needs
Assessment of nutritional needs
Meeting Nutritional needs:Principles, equipments, procedure and special considerations
Oral
Enteral : Naso/ Orogastric, gastrostomy
Parenteral :
Urinary Examination
Review of Physiology of Urine Elimination, Composition and characteristics of urine.
Factors influencing Urination
Alteration in Urinary Elimination
Types and Collection of urine specimen:Observation, urine testing
Facilitating urine elimination: assessment, types, equipments, procedures and special considerations
Providing urinal/bed pan
Condom drainage
Perineal care
Catheterization
Care of urinary drainage
Care of urinary diversions
Bladder irrigation
Bowel Elimination
Review of Physiology of Bowel Elimination, Composition and characteristics of faeces
Factors affecting Bowel elimination
Alteration in Bowel Elimination
Types and Collection of specimen of faeces: Observation
Facilitating bowel elimination: assessment, equipments, procedures and special considerations
Passing of Flatus tube
Enemas
Suppository
Sitz bath
Bowel was
Care of Ostomies
Mobility and Immobility
Principles of Body Mechanics
Maintenance of normal body Alignment and mobility
Factors affecting body Alignment and mobility
Hazards associated with immobility
Alteration In body Alignment and mobility
Nursing interventions for impaired Body Alignment and Mobility: assessment, types, devices used, method and special considerations, rehabilitation aspects
Range of motion exercises
Maintaining body alignment: Positions
Moving
Lifting
Transferring
Walking
Restraints
Oxygenation
Review of Cardiovascular and respiratory Physiology
Factors Affecting Oxygenation
Alterations in oxygenation
Nursing interventions in oxygenation : assessment, types, equipment used, procedure and special considerations
Maintenance of patent airway
Oxygen administration
Suction
Inhalations: dry and moist
Chest physiotherapy and postural drainage
Pulse oximetry
CPR-Basic life support
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid – Base Balances
Review of Physiological regulation of Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balances
Factors Affecting Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balances
Alterations in Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid
Base Balances
Nursing interventions in Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid
Base Imbalances :assessment, types, equipment, procedure and special considerations
Measurement fluid intake and output
Correcting FluidElectrolyte Imbalance:
Replacement of fluids:Oral and Parenteral -Venipuncture, regulating IV flow rates, changing IV solutions and tubing, changing IV dressing,
Administering Blood transfusion
Restriction of fluids
Psychosocial Needs
Concepts of Cultural Diversity, Stress and Adaptation, Self-concept, Sexuality, Spiritual Health, coping with loss, death and grieving
Assessment of psychosocial needs
Nursing intervention for psychosocial needs
Assist with coping and adaptation
Creating therapeutic environment
Recreational and diversional therapiesTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice sessions
Supervised Clinical Practice

Unit 11
Describe principles and techniques for infection control and biomedical waste management in Supervised Clinical settings Infection control in Clinical settings
Infection control
Nature of infection
Chain of infection transmission
Defenses against infection: Natural and acquired
Hospital acquired infection(Nosocomial infection)
Concept of asepsis: medical asepsis, and surgical asepsis
Isolation precautions (Barrier nursing):
Hand washing: simple, hand antisepsis and surgical antisepsis (scrub)
Isolation: source and protective
Personal protecting equipments: types, uses and technique of wearing and removing
Decontamination of equipment and unit
Transportation of infected patients
Standard safety precautions (Universal precautions)
Transmission based precautions
Biomedical waste management :
Importance
Types of hospital waste
Hazards associated with hospital waste
Decontamination of hospital waste
Segregation and Transportation and disposalTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion*Demonstration
Practice session
Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 12
Explain the principles, routes, effects of administration of medications
Calculate conversions of drugs and dosages within and between systems of measurements
Administer drugs by the following routes-oral, Intradermal, Subcutaneous, Intramuscular, Intra Venous topical, inhalation Administration of Medications
General Principles/Considerations
Purposes of Medication
Principles: 5 rights, Special Considerations, Prescriptions, Safety in Administering Medications and Medication Error
Drugs forms
Routes of administration
Storage and maintenance of drugs and Nurses responsibility
Broad classification of drugs
Therapeutic Effect, Side Effects, Toxic Effects, Idiosyncratic Reactions, Allergic Reactions, Drug Tolerance, Drug Interactions,
Factors influencing drug Actions,
Systems of Drug Measurement: Metric System, Apothecary System, Household Measurements, Solutions.
Converting Measurements units: Conversions within one system, Conversion between systems, Dosage Calculation,
Terminologies and abbreviations used in prescriptions of medications
Oral Drugs Administration: Oral, Sublingual and Buccal : Equipment, procedure
Parenteral
General principlesecontamination and disposal of syringes and needles
Types of parentaral therapies
Types of syringes, needles, canula, and infusion sets
Protection from Needlestick Injuries: Giving Medications with a safety syringes
Routes of parentaral therapies
Intradermal: purpose, site, equipment, procedure, special considerations.
Subcutaneous: purpose, site, equipment, procedure, special considerations
Intramuscular: purpose, site, equipment, procedure, special considerations
Intra Venous: purpose, site, equipment, procedure, special considerations
Advanced techniques: epidural, intrathecal, intraosseous, intraperitonial, intraplural,intra arterial
Role of nurse
Topical Administration urposes, site, equipment, procedure, special considerations for
Application to Skin
Application to mucous membrane
Direct application of liquids-Gargle and swabbing the throat
Insertion of Drug into body cavity: Suppository/ medicated packing in rectum/vagina
Institutions: Ear, Eye, Nasal, Bladder, and Rectal
Irrigations: Eye, Ear, Bladder, Vaginal and Rectal
Spraying: Nose and throat
Inhalation: Nasal, oral, endotracheal/tracheal (steam, oxygen and medications) -purposes, types, equipment, procedure, special considerations
Recording and reporting of medications administeredTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice session
Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 13
Describe the pre and post operative care of patients
Explain the process of wound healing
Explain the principles and techniques of wound care
Perform care of wounds Meeting needs of Perioperative patients
Definition and concept of Perioperative Nursing
Preoperative Phase
Preparation of patient for surgery
Intraoperative
Operation theatre Set up and environment
Role of nurse
Postoperative Phase
Recovery unit
Post operative unit
Post operative care,
Wounds: types, Classifications, wound Healing Process, Factors affecting Wound, Complications of Wound Healing
Surgical asepsis
Care of the wound: types, equipments, procedure and special consideration
Dressings, Suture Care,
Care of Drainage
Application of Bandages, Binders, Splints & Slings
Heat and Cold TherapyTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Practice session
Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 14
Explain care of patients having alterations in body functioning Meeting special needs of the patient
Care of patients having alteration in
Temperature (hyper and hypothermia); Types, Assessment, Management
Sensorium(Unconsciousness);Assessment, Management
Urinary Elimination (retention and incontinence);Assessment, Management
Functioning of sensory organs: (Visual & hearing impairment)
Assessment of Self-Care ability
Communication methods and special considerations
Mobility (physically challenged, cast) assessment of Self-Care ability: Communication Methods and special considerations
Mental state (mentally challenged), assessment of Self-Care ability;
Communication Methods and special considerations
Respiration (distress); Types, Assessment, Management
Comfort – (Pain) – Nature, Types, Factors influencing Pain, Coping, Assessment, Management;
Treatment related to gastrointestinal system : naso-gastric suction, gastric irrigation, gastric analysis. Teaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Case Discussions
Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 15
Explain care of terminally ill patient Care of Terminally ill patient
Concepts of Loss, Grief, grieving Process
Signs of clinical death
Care of dying patient: special considerations
Advance directives: Euthanasia, will, dying declaration, organ donation etc.
Medico-legal issues
Care of dead body: equipment, procedure and care of unit
Autopsy
EmbalmingTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion
Demonstration
Case discussion/Role play
Practice session
Supervised Clinical practice

Unit 16
Explain the basic concepts of conceptual and theoretical models of nursing Professional Nursing concepts and practices
Conceptual and theoretical models of nursing practice: Introduction of models-holistic model, health belief model, health promotion model etc.
Introduction to Theories in Nursing; Peplau's, Henderson's, Orem's, Neuman's, Roger's and Roy's
Linking theories with nursing processTeaching Learning Activities
Lecture discussion

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