LPN to RN Transitions

LPN to RN Transitions

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Table of Contents

Part One Transitioning to the Student Role
Section 1 Understanding Yourself 1 (52)
Past, Present, and Future: Assessing Your 3 (14)
Accomplishments
Overview 4 (1)
Where It All Begins 4 (1)
Reviewing the Past 5 (3)
Examining Where You Are Now 8 (2)
Setting Your Goals 10 (4)
Summary 14 (3)
Identifying Individual Tools 17 (14)
Overview 18 (1)
Gifts and Barriers 18 (3)
Learning Style 21 (2)
Personality Traits and Learning 23 (2)
Self-Directedness 25 (2)
Summary 27 (4)
Personal Empowerment Skills 31 (22)
Overview 32 (1)
Assuming an Internal Locus of Control 32 (1)
Positive Self-Talk 32 (2)
Elimination of Self-Defeating Behaviors 34 (2)
Managing the Work of Success 36 (7)
Managing Your Health 43 (6)
Summary 49 (4)
Section 2 Becoming a Successful Student 53 (50)
Classroom Study Habits That Work 55 (20)
Overview 56 (1)
General Classroom Behavior 56 (1)
Effective Listening 56 (1)
Effective Note Taking 57 (2)
Effective Reading 59 (4)
Improving Your Study Skills 63 (3)
Finding the Balance 66 (1)
Test-Taking Skills 66 (4)
Summary 70 (5)
Arranging and Accessing Support for Your 75 (12)
Professional Move
Overview 76 (1)
Personal Support 76 (1)
Professional Support 77 (2)
Monetary Support 79 (1)
Academic Support 80 (3)
Summary 83 (4)
Basic Math Review: Preparing for Medication 87 (16)
Calculations
Overview 88 (1)
Remembering the Basics 88 (8)
Formula Method of Dosage Calculation 96 (1)
Intravenous Calculations 97 (2)
Summary 99 (4)
Part Two Transitioning to the Registered Nurse
Role
Section 3 Understanding the Difference Between 103(22)
LPN and RN
Differentiating the Roles 105(20)
Overview 106(1)
Educational Preparation 106(3)
Licensure 109(1)
Scope of Practice 110(2)
Theories in Support of Nursing 112(7)
Summary 119(6)
Section 4 Care Planner versus Care Giver: 125(148)
Distinguishing the Roles
Understanding the Nursing Process 127(16)
Overview 128(1)
Historical Perspective 128(2)
Nursing Process 130(9)
Summary 139(4)
The RN as a Critical Thinker 143(18)
Overview 144(1)
Definition of Critical Thinking 144(1)
Purpose of Critical Thinking 144(3)
Types of Reasoning Embedded in Critical 147(1)
Thinking
Related Thinking Skills 148(2)
Elements of Reasoing and Critical Thought 150(2)
Structure of Critical Thought 152(3)
Attributes of the Critical Thinker 155(2)
Fostering Critical Thought 157(1)
Summary 158(3)
Knowledge and Skill Acquisition 161(26)
Overview 162(1)
Classification of Nursing Skill 162(13)
Managing Care Aberrances 175(2)
Involving Management in Decision Making 177(2)
Developing Professional Relationships 179(2)
Understanding the Challenges Ahead 181(2)
Summary 183(4)
The RN as a Communicator 187(28)
Overview 188(1)
Foundation for Communication 188(1)
Therapeutic Communication 189(4)
Phases of Communication 193(10)
Collaborative Communication 203(8)
Summary 211(4)
The RN as a Teacher 215(20)
Overview 216(1)
The Patient as a Learner 216(1)
Principles of Learning 217(3)
Adult Learners 220(1)
Assessment of Readiness to Learn 221(3)
Understanding Stressors 224(2)
Evaluation of Effectiveness of Learning 226(1)
Legal Implications 227(1)
Demonstration of Learning 227(1)
Characteristics of a Teacher 228(2)
Summary 230(5)
The RN as a Manager of Care 235(20)
Overview 236(1)
Leadership Characteristics 236(3)
Collaborator in Providing Care 239(7)
Medical Plan of Care 246(4)
Discharge Planning 250(1)
Summary 251(4)
The RN as a Researcher 255(18)
Overview 256(1)
Foundation for Research 256(1)
Components and Process in a Research Study 257(4)
Research Process 261(5)
Research Utilization 266(2)
Summary 268(5)
Section 5 Role Differences in Managing the 273(52)
Consumer: The Health-Illness Continuum
Primary Health Care: Factors Influencing 275(20)
Health Promotion
Overview 276(1)
Theoretical Framework 276(3)
Self-Health Promotion 279(1)
Health Promotion Principles 279(4)
Environmental Influences on Health Promotion 283(7)
Primary Health Care Systems 290(1)
Summary 291(4)
Managing Care in Secondary and Tertiary 295(16)
Health Care
Overview 296(1)
Theoretical Framework 296(2)
Manager of Care 298(6)
Resource Manager 304(1)
Tertiary Care Referrals 305(2)
Summary 307(4)
Putting It All Together 311(14)
Overview 312(1)
Assessment 312(6)
Planning 318(1)
Implementation 319(3)
Evaluation 322(2)
Summary 324(1)
Appendix A Math Review Post-Test 325(6)
Appendix B A Patient's Bill of Rights 331(6)
Appendix C Nanda Nursing Diagnoses 2001--2002 337