- A $700 non refundable deposit is due on or before February 11, 2017.
- Balance is due by April 30, 2017.
- You must register for NRS 452 (Scientific Inquiry II) through the normal Oakland University registration process. Books and supplies must be purchased separately.
- You must be a student in good standing (not on probation)
- You must have a current United States Passport (If you do not have a current US passport, further information is available on the U. S. State Department website.)
- Meals not listed in the schedule are on your own. Students will be provided with HUM IDs/card to dine at HUM cafeteria. Estimated cafeteria meal cost is between $2-$4 per day.
- All accommodations are double occupancy.
- Students should plan to bring $350 for incidental expenses such as personal items and uncovered meals.
- International air travel will be coordinated in Spring 2017 to receive group travel discount. Low-cost and/or student travel may also be available at www.studentuniverse.com, www.cheapoair.com, or www.delta.com.
- Early in May there will be a mandatory evening meeting with all participants and their families to discuss details of the trip and answer any specific questions you may have.
- Hotel information: Home Inn or comparable hotel www.homeinns.com/list/shiyan
NRS 452 (Research Basis for Nursing Practice)
- Overview This course focuses on the research process and evidence-based practice as they relate to professional nursing. This course is reserved for students admitted to the Basic-BSN and the BSN completion sequence. Satisfies the university general education requirement for a writing intensive course in the major.Prerequisite for writing intensive: completion of the university writing foundation requirement.
- Course Objectives
- Identify the relationship between research and practice.
- Identify the components of the research process.
- Use an electronic database to retrieve current research literature.
- Review published nursing research reports for applicability and usefulness in clinical practice.
- Incorporate nursing research findings into planning professional nursing care.
- Examine the role of the baccalaureate prepared nurse in the use of research.
- Topical Outline
- Relationship between research and practice
- Components of the research process
- Searching an electronic data base
- Evidence based practice
- Quality improvement
- Roles of baccalaureate prepared nurse in research
- Faculty: Lan yao
- Books: I have decided on the books I will be using for the course. I would strongly suggest that you purchase them as early as possible and read both the textbook and study guide at least one time prior to the beginning of class in Italy.
- Burns, N. & Grove, S. K. (2011). Understanding Nursing Research (5th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier. (ISBN: 9781437707502).
- Burns, N. & Grove, S. K. (2011). Study Guide for Understanding Nursing Research (5th ed.). Philadelphia, Elsevier. (ISBN: 9781437717051).
- To introduce the students to the scope, the organization, the characteristics of the health system in China
- To describe nursing in the Chinese health system
- The Chinese health system
- Nursing's role and organization in the Chinese health system
- To introduce students to the theory and common practices
- To describe nursing's role in the area of traditional Chinese medical practice
- Nursing's role in the area of traditional Chinese medical practice
- Traditional Chinese medicine and CAM modalities
- herbal medicines
- mind and body practices
- exercise / tai chi, qigong
|Nursing Research In Shiyan, Hubei University of Medicine|
May 10-30, 2017
|Number of Credits||3|
|NRS 452 (CRN-31453)||(You need to register for this course through normal OU registration procedures.)|
|Deposit due on February 11, 2017||$700 (Non-refundable deposit)|
|Balance due on April 30, 2017||$2,181|
|Excursions||7-Day Beijing tour included|
|Books and supplies||Purchased prior to departure|
|Extra costs||Passport, personal incidentals|
The international experience embedded in the course helps the students to observe, to learn and to comprehend the research process and evidence based nursing practice in a real world context. Traditional Chinese medicine and its complimentary treatment remedies and are research topics that students can perform, search for, retrieve and critically examine empirical research from medical and nursing literatures.