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Dean's Message

It is a great pleasure and honor to me to welcome you to the Faculty of Nursing, Modern University for Technology and Information. It is a newly established college, accepted its first batch of students, Oct, 2009. The purpose of the faculty of nursing is to provide our community with nurse leaders and practitioners who are equipped with the state of art knowledge and skills that will enable them to give and provide quality nursing care and health education to individuals! families and communities.

  Faculty of nursing has a curriculum which is designed to be relevant to and regularly updated with the state of the art in nursing sciences. We provide leadership in teaching excellence through the provision of clinically-focused, Evidence-based education. We are committed to enhance and maintain an environment of educational excellence that provides exceptional growth experiences for students, motivating and empowering them for lifelong learning and professional success. You should be proud for your insight in considering nursing as a career field. The faculty is equipped with all modern laboratories and a carefully selected staff who are highly qualified academics. So, welcome you all to a world of excellence and creativity.


Dean of Faculty of Nursing

Prof. Huda Zaki 

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Study Policy

We believe that nursing is a complex interaction with clients requiring flexibility, creativity, expert communication, critical thinking, and competence in therapeutic interventions. We believe that nursing exists to serve society and that nursing and society share accountability and responsibility for providing quality health care to all. We believe that education at its best is an interactive process by which students and teachers teach and learn from each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect and caring. We believe that both the process and content of our educational program are critically important for students to acquire the knowledge, skills, values, and corn potencies necessary for quality nursing practice. We believe that each person is a unique, complex, and holistic being with biophysical, psychological, spiritual, and socio-cultural dimensions. We believe that the environment is everything that surrounds a person including all conditions circumstances and resources. Society is a dimension of the environment that strongly influences the health resources of its people. Professional nursing is a health resource and takes place within the context of society.

Departements

   This course aims at building the students intellectual, practical, and communication skills that allow them to implement preventive, curative, and rehabilitative nursing interventions to individuals who experience mental illness. The emphasis of the course is toward developing the students self-understanding, critical thinking, creativity, and professionalism.

Prof. Zeinab Loutfi

   Medical Surgical Nursing consists of four specialties Fundamental of Nursing, Medical Surgical Nursing I, Medical Surgical Nursing II, and critical care & emergency nursing.

The department focuses on basics knowledge and skills related to health maintenance, also application of nursing process and problem solving approach in providing nursing care to patients and providing comprehensive nursing management to critically ill patients and their families.

  The objective of this course is to equip the fifth level nursing students with the necessary knowledge, competencies and attitude that enable them to achieve excellence in providing quality nursing care for women during maternity cycle; normal and abnormal pregnancy, labor, pureperium period, family planning as well as newborn within the framework of nursing process.

   Community health nursing course aims at qualifying student nurses toward comprehension and utilization of basic community health nursing concepts, theories and nursing process skills at different levels of clientele namely the individuals, families, population groups and communities at large.

The course is focusing on promotion of health, prevention of disease and disability, as well as rehabilitation. Working in collaboration with other health team members for the promotion of the clients optimum level of functioning through teaching and delivery of care through critical thinking approach and problem solving techniques.

Courses

Subject title: Human Anatomy I ” Semester I “

DateTopicsCredit hrsPracticeCredit hrs
Week 1Descriptive anatomical terms, skin & fascia.2Anatomical position, planes of the body, terms of position.1
Week 2Bones of Upper Limb2Clavicle, Scapula Humerus1
Week 3Bones of Upper Limb2Radius, Ulna, bones of hand.1
Week 4QUIZ (I) +Bones of lower Limb2Hip Bone, Femur & patella.1
Week 5Bones of lower Limb2Tibia, Fibula, bones of foot.1
Week 6Ribs, Sternum and Vertebral Column2Ribs, Sternum, Vertebral Column1
Week 7Mandible.2Mandible.1
Week 8Mid Term Exam
Week 9Skull2Skull in general, Normae, verticalis, frontalis&parietalis.1
Week 10Skull2Normaebasalis external & internal.1
Week 11Muscular system.2Muscles of head & neck, thorax, abdomen and pelvis.1
Week 12Muscular system.2Muscles of upper & lower Limbs1
Week 13Respiratory system2Larynx, Trachea & Lungs1
Week 14QUIZ (II) +Revision21
Week 15Final Term Exam

 

    Subject title: Human Physiology I ” Semester I “

WeeksTopicsCredit hrs
1st & 2ndWeekIntroduction to physiology.

  • Cell structure.
  • Function of components of cell.
  • Cell membrane.
  • Transport across cell membrane.
4
3rd & 4thWeek Blood including:

  • General function.
  • Erythropoiesis.
  • W.B.Cs: Types and function.
  • Platelets.
  • Hemostasis.
4
5th & 6thweekQUIZ (I)The lymphatic system & Body defenses :

  • Lymphatic system
  • Lymphatic vessels
  • Lymph nodes
  • Lymphatic organs

Body defense :-

  • Internal defenses (( cells & chemicals))
  • Adaptive body defenses
4
7th WeekMidterm
 

8th & 9thWeek

 

Cardiovascular system including:

  • Cardiac properties.
  • Cardiac output.
  • Electro cardio gram ” ECG “
  • Arterial blood pressure: factors, controlling, regulation
4
10th & 11th  Week Nervous system – Musculoskeletal system including:

  • Neuromuscular transmission.
  • Mechanism of muscle contraction.
  • Autonomic nervous system.
4
12th ,13th& 14th   WeekQUIZ (II)Respiratory system including ;

  • Mechanism of Breathing
  • Respiratory volumes & capacities
  • Respiratory sounds
  • External respiration
  • Diffusion of gases between the lung and the blood.
  • Respiratory center, hypoxia and cyanosis.
6
15th WeekFinal Exam

 

 

 

Subject title:  Pathophysiology I” Semester I “

Credit hrsClass SubjectsDate
21-      Introduction to Pathophysiology:A-    Structure of cell, how cells reproduce and die.

B-    What causes of disease?

C-    How diseases develop?

1st   week
22-      Blood including :a-      Structure and functions of different blood components.

b-      Pathophysiology, symptoms and signs, laboratory tests and treatments for common blood diseases.

c-      Inflammatory response to infection.

2nd week
4d-     Pathophysiology, signs and symptoms of inflammation.e-      Pathophysiology of aids.

 

3th & 4th   week
2
  • Quiz I

f-       Pathophysiology, diagnosis of infectious diseases in general.

 

5th week
23-      Cardiovascular system including :a-      Heart failure

b-      Edema.

 

6th week
Mid term exam7th week
24-      Nervous system – Musculoskeletal system including :c- Structural and functional units of nervous systems.

d- Causes , Pathophysiology , diagnosis tests of the following common conditions:

8th week
25-      Myasthenia graves.6-      Causes, Pathophysiology, diagnosis, criteria and treatment of paralytic ileus

 

9th  week
27-      Gastro Intestinal Tract ( GIT):a-      Peptic ulcer.

b-      Reflux Esoephagitis.

c-      Vomiting.

10th  week
2d-     Jaundice.e-      Constipation.

f-       Diarrhea

11th  week
4Quiz II8-      Respiratory system :

a-      Pneumothorax.

b-      Bronchial asthma

12th  & 13thweek
2c-      Hypoxia.d-     Cyanosis. 14th week
Final Exam15th week

 

2Introduction to  ethics & its importance to nursing education.1st   week
2Ethics in professional nursing practice.2nd week
2Critical thinking & ethical decision-making.3th week
2Code of ethics for nurses.4th week
2Justice: the allocation of health resources.+ Quiz I5th week
Ethical issues in nursing practice
2Reproductive issues & nursing ethics.6th week
2Infant & child nursing ethics.7th week
2Midterm exam.8th week
2Ethical dilemmas of adolescence.9th week
2Ethical dilemmas of adolescence.10th  week
2Adult health nursing ethics.11th  week
2Psychiatric / mental health nursing issues.+ Quiz II12th  week
2Ethics in the nursing care of elders.13th week
2Community/ public health nursing ethics. 14th week
2Ethical issues in end of life nursing care.15th week
Final Exam16th Week
30Total

Subject title: Professional Ethic” Semester I “

  ” Semester II “

Subject title:  Human Anatomy II ” Semester II “

DateTopicsCredit hrsPracticeCredit hrs
Week 1Cardiovascular system2Demonstration of the (3) circulations (systemic, pulmonary and portal) on simulators1
Week 2Cardiovascular system.2Heart.1
Week 3Cardiovascular system.2Major Blood Vessels1
Week 4QUIZ (I) +Nervous System2Brain.1
Week 5Nervous System2Nerves of the body.1
Week 6Lymphatic system.2Lymph nodes & Lymph Vessels.1
Week 7Endocrine system.2Endocrine glands..1
Week 8Mid Term Exam
Week 9Digestive system and alimentary organs.2Salivary glands, mouth, pharynx, esophagus,1
Week 10Digestive system2Stomach, intestine, liver, pancreas.1
Week 11Urinary system + female genital system.2

 

 

Different parts of urinary and female genital system1
Week 12Male genital system2Different parts of urinary and female genital system1
Week 13Eye + Ear2Parts of Eye + Ear1
Week 14QUIZ (II) +Revision21
Week 15Final Term Exam

 

 

 

Subject title:  Human Physiology II ” Semester II “

WeeksTopicsCredit hrs
1st & 2ndWeekThe Urinary system including :

  • Function of the kidney.
  • Mechanism of urine formation.
  • Ureters, urinary Bladder, and urethra
  • Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid Base Balance
  • factors that affect the glomerular filtration rate
 

 

4

3rd & 4thWeek GIT system including:

  • Function of digestive system
  • Gastrointestinal processes and controls
  • Activities occurring in the mouth, pharynx, and Esophagus
  • Activities of the stomach
  • Activities of the small intestine
  • Activities of large intestine
 

 

 

6

5th & 6thWeekQUIZ (I) Immune system4
7th WeekMid Term Exam
8th , 9th & 10th Week Endocrine system including :

  • The chemistry of hormones
  • Mechanisms of hormone action
  • Control of hormone release
  • The major Endocrine organs

–          Pituitary gland

–          Thyroid gland

–          Parathyriod glands

–          Adrenal glands

–          Pancreatic islets

–          Pineal gland

–          Thymus gland

–          Gonads

 

 

 

 

 

6

11th , 12th& 13thweekQUIZ (II)The Reproductive system include:

  • Male reproductive function
  • Female reproductive functions & cycles
  • Mammary glands

 

 

6

14th WeekRevision2
15th weekFinal Exam

 

 

 

Subject title:  Pathophysiology II ” Semester II “

Credit hrsClass SubjectsDate
29-      Cardiovascular system including:Pathophysiology of :

a-      Hypertension – Risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.

b-      Disorders of the Arterial Circulation

c-      Disorders of the Venous Circulation

d-      Disorders of Blood Flow Caused by Extravascular Forces

1st   week
2e-      Risk factors, Pathophysiology, diagnosis of myocardiac infarction. 2nd week
410-  Nervous system – Musculoskeletal system including :a-      Causes , Pathophysiology , diagnostic tests of the following common conditions :

–          Stroke.

–          Epilepsy.

–          Parkinson’s disease.

–          Ataxia.

 

3th & 4th   week
2
  • Quiz I

11-  Endocrine system including :

a-      Role of hypothalamus in regulating hormones.

b-      Alterations in Pituitary, Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Adrenal Function

Ú    Thyroid Disorders

Ú    Parathyroid Hormone Disorders

Ú    Disorders of Adrenal Cortical Function

 

c-      Diabetes Mellitus

Ú   Energy Metabolism

Ú   Diabetes Mellitus

5th week
2d-      Pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests of endocrine disorder. 6th week
Midterm exam7th week
2Alterations in Neuromuscular Function

  1. a) The Organization and Control of Motor Function
  2. b) Skeletal Muscle and Peripheral Nerve Disorders
8th week
2
  1. c) Basal Ganglia and Cerebellum Disorders
  2. d) Upper and Lower Motoneuron Disorders
  3. e) Spinal Cord Injury
9th  week
2
  1. a)
  2. b) Alterations in Skin Function and Integrity
  3. a) Structure of the Skin
  4. b) Manifestations of Skin Disorders
  5. c) Skin Damage Caused by Ultraviolet Radiation
  6. d) Primary Disorders of the Skin
10th  week
2    Alterations in Urine Elimination

  1. a) Control of Urine Elimination
  2. b) Alterations in Bladder Function
  3. c) Cancer of the Bladder
11th  week
2Quiz IIAlterations in Renal Function

Ú Congenital and Hereditary Disorders of the Kidney

Ú Obstructive Disorders

Ú Urinary Tract Infections

Ú Disorders of Glomerular Function

12th  week
212-  Respiratory system :e-      Pneumothorax.

f-       Bronchial asthma

 

13th week
2Revision 14th week
Final Exam15th week

 

Subject title: Microbiology and Immunology ” Semester II “

DateClass subjectCreditHrs
1st weekIntroduction to microbiologyPioneers in microbiology

  1. a) Classification of microbial world.
  2. b) Cell structure: eukaryotic and prokaryotic.
  3. d) Nature of viruses.
  4. e) eukaryotic  microorganisms
  5. f) Growth curve
2
2nd weekControl of microbes

  1. a) Physical methods of Sterilization
  2. b) Chemical methods: disinfectant and antiseptics.
  3. c) Biochemical methods: antibiotics and chemotherapeutic drugs.
2
3rd weekMedically important M.O. & Infectious diseases of humans.2
4th  & 5thweekPrinciples of epidemiology.Assessment 14
6th week Nosocomial Infection2
7th weekMid-term exam
8th  weekNosocomial Infection 
9th weekInfection control2
10th weekInfection control2
11th  weekImmune system(a) Factors of infection and virulence: invasiveness and toxigenicity.

(b) Body defense mechanisms.

  1. Innate immunity: mechanical, chemical, phagocytosis, and inflammation. ii. Adaptive immunity, the Immunological response: antigens, antibodies,
2
12th  & 13th   weekAssessment IIImmune system2
14th weekRevision2
15th  weekFinal exam

 

Subject title: Biochemistry ” Semester II ”

WeeksTopicCredit Hours
1st Week–          Physio-Chemical principles2
2nd & 3rd Week–          Carbohydrate chemistry and metabolism.2
4th & 5th Week–          Lipid chemistry and metabolism.2
6th Week–          Insulin, Diabetes Mellitus.2
7th WeekMid Term Exam
8th Week–          General protein chemistry and metabolism.2
9th Week–          Amino acid chemistry and metabolism.2
10th Week–          Heme metabolism.-          Purine and Pyrimidine chemistry and metabolism.2
11th Week–          DNA synthesis (Replication).-          RNA synthesis (Transcription).2
12th Week–          Body fluids2
13th Week–          Enzymes.2
14th Week–          Revision2
15th WeekFinal Exam

Subject title: Fundamental of Nursing ” Semester II “

Credit hrsClass SubjectsDate
3The nature of nursing

  • Introduction of nursing
1st   week
3
  • Health and wellness
  • Human needs
2nd week
3Assessing health

  • Physiological mechanisms of  TPR  & BP
3th & 4th   week
3
  • Quiz I
  • Physical health assessment
5th week
3Integral components of client care:

  • Asepsis- Medical & surgical asepsis
6th week
  • Mid term exam
7th week
3
  • Safety
8th week
3Promoting physiologic health

  • Mobility
9th  week
3
  • Immobility
10th  week
3
  • Urinary elimination
11th  week
3
  • Quiz II
  • Bowel elimination
12th  week
3
  • Oxygenation
  • Nutrition
13th week
3
  • Medical terminology
 14th week
  • Final Exam
15th week

Subject title: Clinical Practice-Fundamental of Nursing “Semester II “

Credit HoursLab ProceduresWeeks
5-hand hygiene1st week
5-bed making-heat & cold application2nd week
5-hygienic care3rdweek
5-vital signs & bp measurement and recording4th week
5QUIZ I-physical health assessment

 

5th week
5-application of principlesof aseptic technique

 

6th week
Mid Term Exam7th week
5-medication administration: oral, inhalation, ophthalmic, ear, rectal suppositories.8th week
5-Intra-dermal, subcutaneous, IM-medication calculation9th week
5-body mechanics-range of motion exercise10thweek
5-positioning patient using supportive measures. turning, transferring and lifting11thweek
5QUIZ II-application of bandage

-measurement of height and weight

12 thweek
5-urinary catheter care  and condom care, collection of urine and stool specimen-administrating an enema13thweek
5-administrating oxygen by cannula, face mask, face tent14 thweek
Final Exam15 thweek 
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