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NR519 Module 4: Reflection: Part 2 (graded)
Due: 07/27
Based on your response to Reflection: Part 1, state one insight that you gained
regarding the concepts in this module. Connect learning achieved to a minimum of one
course outcome addressed during this module.
Course Outcomes
•
CO 1: Differentiate normal and abnormal assessment findings within the context
of an individual’s cultural, ethnic and developmental perspective, in order to
holistically appraise health status across the life span. (POs 1, 2, and 3)
• CO 2: Apply knowledge of advanced pathophysiology and pharmacology to
determine variables impacting health. (POs 1 and 5)
• CO 3: Integrate knowledge of advanced health/ assessment, pathophysiology,
and pharmacology to provide evidence-based, advanced nursing care and
health promotion to individuals across the life span. (POs 1, 2, and 5)
• CO 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the implications of advanced health
assessment, pathophysiology, and pharmacology in advanced nursing practice.
(POs 1 and 5)
Module Objectives
•
Distinguish normal and abnormal findings in advanced assessment of the
cardiovascular system. (CO 1)
• Relate the pathophysiological and pharmacological variables that impact health
of the cardiovascular system. (CO 2)
• Apply knowledge of advanced physical assessment, pathophysiology and
pharmacology of the cardiovascular system to advance nursing care for
individuals across the life span. (CO 3)
• Discuss the implications of advanced physical assessment, pathophysiology and
pharmacology of the cardiovascular system for advanced nursing practice. (CO
4)
THIS IS MY ANSWER FROM PART 1
I hope to gain a better perspective of the cardiac system. This has not been my favorite part of
nursing. I want to learn how to apply the knowledge that I will gain to help determine variables
and how they impact one’s health. I want to learn the in’s and out’s of the cardiac system; how
it work, how one thing can cause a dysfunction, and how other things that affect the body can
cause detrimental effect to the heart.

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