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Policy advocacy Assignments  nsg 4150 galen university

Description of the course in the course catalog: In this course, students are exposed to healthcare policy and finance. There is a strong emphasis on evaluating policies that shape responses to concerns of fairness in organizations, communities, and countries on a national and international scale.

Healthcare access, affordability, and social justice are all important considerations. Competencies in economics are required for professional success.

Nursing practice is examined in depth.

Course Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 (Nursing Science) - Version 2.2 2

Textbooks and additional resources:

Textbook Requirement (s)

Knickman, J. R., and Kovner, A. R. (in press) (2015). The well-being of Jonas and Kovner

The delivery of health care in the United States (11th ed.). Springer Publishing Company, New York, New York.

Company that publishes books.

9780826125279 is the ISBN-13 for this book.

The American Psychological Association (APA) is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of psychology (2010). Publication

the American Psychological Association's manual of procedures (6th ed.).

Author's office in Washington, DC.

9781433805615 is the ISBN-13 for this book.

n/a Textbook(s) are recommended.

Recommendation for Resources (s) During the weekly conversations, certain internet resources will be mentioned.

Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs) are the following:

Show fundamental understanding of healthcare policy, financial, and regulatory contexts, including but not limited to

Trends in healthcare at the local, state, national, and international levels.

2. Examine how healthcare is organized and financed, paying particular attention to the implications of business.

Patient and system cost variables, for example, are fundamental ideas.

3. Learn about the many types of reimbursement available in the healthcare industry.

Review legislative and regulatory processes that are related to the provision of healthcare services.

5. Examine the ways in which the duties and responsibilities of regulatory authorities influence the quality of patient care.

Workplace safety, as well as the scope of practice for nurses and other health professionals, are all important considerations.

6. Examine the legal, ethical, and political frameworks in which healthcare policy is being implemented.

7. Identify and assess the impact of policy implementation on issues of access to resources, equity, and affordability in your community.

delivery of health-care services

Prerequisites for this course are as follows:

Completion of the course with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 74 percent.

Finally, the final course grade will be determined, and the assignment schedule will be announced.

Assignments that must be written Week's worth of weight in a unit of measurement Due Date Due Date Due

Nurses are compared to one another

Acts of Practice

Presentation

20 percent 4 (as of November 26, 2017)

Case Study on the Personnel Budget

Study 30 percent 6 on December 10th, 2017.

Advocacy for Public Policy

Project

30 percent is divided into two parts.

  • Part A: Proposal 10 percent 3 (November 19, 2017)
  • Part B: Report 20 percent 7 on December 17, 2017.

Submission of an electronic portfolio

in the case of an artifact and

Document of Introspection

7th grade pass/fail 12/17/2017

Discussions held once a week Week's worth of weight in a unit of measurement Due Date Due Date Due

Weekly discussions account for 20% of all weekly discussions.

a total of one hundred percent

Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 course, version 2.15, page 3.

Academic Policies are as follows:

Please refer to the Student Catalog for information on academic policies such as grading, attendance, assignments, and more.

Academic integrity, Section 504 accommodations, and so forth.

Individuals with Disabilities Among the Student Body:

Those students who would like to request an accommodation should do so by contacting the campus Section

Coordinator for Section 504 and Title IX. Accommodations for students with disabilities can be found in the following documents:

The Student Catalog, which is available on the Galen College of Nursing website, contains information about the college.

Policy on Make-Up Exams/Quizzes:

Students are expected to complete all tests and quizzes on the dates and times that have been set. A student who will be late for or absent from class.

If a student is unable to attend an exam or quiz, they are obligated to tell the instructor in advance. The total number of make-up tests or retakes

There may be a restriction to the number of quizzes offered per term. The format of the make-up exam or quiz may change from that of the original exam or quiz.

Version that was originally administered The decision whether or not to conduct a make-up exam or quiz will be at the discretion of the instructors.

a course faculty member working in close collaboration with the program director The program director is responsible for

Approve any changes to the date and time of the final exam in the course that may be necessary.

Evaluation of the course and the faculty:

The Galen Institute's ongoing commitment to providing courses of the greatest quality and effectiveness will see students receive the following benefits:

have the option to leave comments on this course as well as on the course instructors Evaluations

Students will receive their materials prior to the end of the semester. All evaluations are conducted in strictest confidence.

as well as anonymous

Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 course, version 2.15, page 4.

Topical Outline and Timetable for the Course:

It is expected that any changes to this curriculum would be reported in writing to the student.

UNIT 1 (THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)

Content

An Overview of the Fundamental Elements of the Healthcare Environment in the United States of America

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. 1st discussion of the week:

UNIT NO. 2

Content

Population and Public Health (sometimes known as public health)

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. 2nd Discussion Topic of the Week

UNIT 3 (THE THIRD ONE)

Content

Vulnerable populations have unique health needs, which are influenced by a variety of factors.

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Policy Advocacy Project - Part A: Proposal Weekly Discussion: 3 weeks

UNIT 4 is a four-person team.

Content

Healthcare Delivery Systems are a type of system that delivers healthcare to patients.

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Presentation on the Comparison of Nurse Practice Acts Weekly Discussion: 4 hours

UNIT 5 is a specialized unit.

Content

the role of policy in the outcomes of care: quality, cost, and access to services

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. Discussions each week: 5

UNIT 6 is a specialized unit.

Content

Finance for Health-Care Services

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Discussion on the Personnel Budget Case Study every week: 6

2.2 of the Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 Course Syllabus has been released.

UNIT 7 - UNITED NATIONS

Content

The State of Healthcare in the United States in the Twenty-First Century

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Part B of the Policy Advocacy Project is a report.

ePortfolio: Submission of Artifact and Reflection on the Artifact

Document

Discussion each week: seven

UNIT NO. 8

Content

Summary of the Course

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. Discussion Topics for Week 8: Course Wrap-Up Discussion

Description of the course in the course catalog: In this course, students are exposed to healthcare policy and finance. There is a strong emphasis on evaluating policies that shape responses to concerns of fairness in organizations, communities, and countries on a national and international scale.

Healthcare access, affordability, and social justice are all important considerations. Competencies in economics are required for professional success.

Nursing practice is examined in depth.

Course Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 (Nursing Science) - Version 2.2 2

Textbooks and additional resources:

Textbook Requirement (s)

Knickman, J. R., and Kovner, A. R. (in press) (2015). The well-being of Jonas and Kovner

The delivery of health care in the United States (11th ed.). Springer Publishing Company, New York, New York.

Company that publishes books.

9780826125279 is the ISBN-13 for this book.

The American Psychological Association (APA) is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of psychology (2010). Publication

the American Psychological Association's manual of procedures (6th ed.).

Author's office in Washington, DC.

9781433805615 is the ISBN-13 for this book.

n/a Textbook(s) are recommended.

Recommendation for Resources (s) During the weekly conversations, certain internet resources will be mentioned.

Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs) are the following:

Show fundamental understanding of healthcare policy, financial, and regulatory contexts, including but not limited to

Trends in healthcare at the local, state, national, and international levels.

2. Examine how healthcare is organized and financed, paying particular attention to the implications of business.

Patient and system cost variables, for example, are fundamental ideas.

3. Learn about the many types of reimbursement available in the healthcare industry.

Review legislative and regulatory processes that are related to the provision of healthcare services.

5. Examine the ways in which the duties and responsibilities of regulatory authorities influence the quality of patient care.

Workplace safety, as well as the scope of practice for nurses and other health professionals, are all important considerations.

6. Examine the legal, ethical, and political frameworks in which healthcare policy is being implemented.

7. Identify and assess the impact of policy implementation on issues of access to resources, equity, and affordability in your community.

delivery of health-care services

Prerequisites for this course are as follows:

Completion of the course with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 74 percent.

Finally, the final course grade will be determined, and the assignment schedule will be announced.

Assignments that must be written Week's worth of weight in a unit of measurement Due Date Due Date Due

Nurses are compared to one another

Acts of Practice

Presentation

20 percent 4 (as of November 26, 2017)

Case Study on the Personnel Budget

Study 30 percent 6 on December 10th, 2017.

Advocacy for Public Policy

Project

30 percent is divided into two parts.

parts

Part A: Proposal 10 percent 3 (November 19, 2017)

Part B: Report 20 percent 7 on December 17, 2017.

Submission of an electronic portfolio

in the case of an artifact and

Document of Introspection

7th grade pass/fail 12/17/2017

Discussions held once a week Week's worth of weight in a unit of measurement Due Date Due Date Due

Weekly discussions account for 20% of all weekly discussions.

a total of one hundred percent

Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 course, version 2.15, page 3.

Academic Policies are as follows:

Please refer to the Student Catalog for information on academic policies such as grading, attendance, assignments, and more.

Academic integrity, Section 504 accommodations, and so forth.

Individuals with Disabilities Among the Student Body:

Those students who would like to request an accommodation should do so by contacting the campus Section

Coordinator for Section 504 and Title IX. Accommodations for students with disabilities can be found in the following documents:

The Student Catalog, which is available on the Galen College of Nursing website, contains information about the college.

Policy on Make-Up Exams/Quizzes:

Students are expected to complete all tests and quizzes on the dates and times that have been set. A student who will be late for or absent from class.

If a student is unable to attend an exam or quiz, they are obligated to tell the instructor in advance. The total number of make-up tests or retakes

There may be a restriction to the number of quizzes offered per term. The format of the make-up exam or quiz may change from that of the original exam or quiz.

Version that was originally administered The decision whether or not to conduct a make-up exam or quiz will be at the discretion of the instructors.

a course faculty member working in close collaboration with the program director The program director is responsible for

Approve any changes to the date and time of the final exam in the course that may be necessary.

Evaluation of the course and the faculty:

The Galen Institute's ongoing commitment to providing courses of the greatest quality and effectiveness will see students receive the following benefits:

have the option to leave comments on this course as well as on the course instructors Evaluations

Students will receive their materials prior to the end of the semester. All evaluations are conducted in strictest confidence.

as well as anonymous

Syllabus for Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 course, version 2.15, page 4.

Topical Outline and Timetable for the Course:

It is expected that any changes to this curriculum would be reported in writing to the student.

UNIT 1 (THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)

Content

An Overview of the Fundamental Elements of the Healthcare Environment in the United States of America

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. 1st discussion of the week:

UNIT NO. 2

Content

Population and Public Health (sometimes known as public health)

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. 2nd Discussion Topic of the Week

UNIT 3 (THE THIRD ONE)

Content

Vulnerable populations have unique health needs, which are influenced by a variety of factors.

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Policy Advocacy Project - Part A: Proposal Weekly Discussion: 3 weeks

UNIT 4 is a four-person team.

Content

Healthcare Delivery Systems are a type of system that delivers healthcare to patients.

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Presentation on the Comparison of Nurse Practice Acts Weekly Discussion: 4 hours

UNIT 5 is a specialized unit.

Content

the role of policy in the outcomes of care: quality, cost, and access to services

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. Discussions each week: 5

UNIT 6 is a specialized unit.

Content

Finance for Health-Care Services

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Discussion on the Personnel Budget Case Study every week: 6

2.2 of the Galen College of Nursing's NSG 4150 Course Syllabus has been released.

UNIT 7 - UNITED NATIONS

Content

The State of Healthcare in the United States in the Twenty-First Century

Assignments Discussions held once a week

Part B of the Policy Advocacy Project is a report.

ePortfolio: Submission of Artifact and Reflection on the Artifact

Document

Discussion each week: seven

UNIT NO. 8

Content

Summary of the Course

Assignments Discussions held once a week

There are no assignments. Discussion Topics for Week 8: Course Wrap-Up Discussion