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Report
“Gateway to the Future: Implementation of a
Statewide Concept-Based Nursing Curriculum”
Rural Community College Alliance Annual
Conference- 2014
Dr. Rose Beebe, MSN RN and B. Kent Wilson, MSN RN CLNC EdDc
Topical Outline
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Historical Perspective
CTCS and Partnering Institutions
Application Process
Curricular Changes / Concept-Based Curriculum
Challenges and Opportunities
Where to From Here? Looking Ahead…..
Overview
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Background
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Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Foundation
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Institute Of Medicine Report- IOM (2010)
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American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)2011 Convention / Chancellor Skidmore
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Elected Officials
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West Virginia Community and Technical College System
(WVCTCS)
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
Forward Thinking…
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Medical Model
… Transforming Nursing Education
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Concept-Based
Education
Taking a Bold Move
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Organizational Meeting
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Chancellor Skidmore
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Associate Degree Nursing Program Directors / Deans / Chairs /
Coordinators
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WVCTCS Council Members
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West Virginia Board Of Examiners for Registered Professional
Nurses (WVBOERN) Executive Director
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West Virginia Licensed Practical Nursing Board Executive Director
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West Virginia Center for Nursing Executive Director
……. Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Task Force formed
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
Blue Ridge CTC, Bluefield State CTC, BridgeValley CTC,
Eastern CTC, Southern West Virginia CTC,
WV Northern CTC, WVUP, New River CTC
Others Invited
Participating Schools
Why Change a Good Thing?
PREVIOUS ADMISSION
PROCESSES AND
CURRICULUM
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NCLEX Success
NCLEX Exam
Graduation and Attrition
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State’s Adoption
Employment
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$$$
Graduate and Employer Surveys
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60-credit hours
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THE FUTURE
Changes were coming…….
Common Curriculum, a Good thing for Faculty and Students
Articulation
Agreements
• Meet admission
criteria
• Can transfer
without loss of
time or credits
Advantages
List Serves
• Grading policies
• Scales
• Requirements
Reduction in
Costs
Academic
Freedom
Rationalizing a Reason for a Common Curriculum
Transfer
students
• Meet admission
criteria
• Can transfer
without loss of
time or credits
Advantages
Standardized
• Grading policies
• Scales
• Requirements
Faculty
Collaboration
Grant and
Research
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Monthly meetings
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Numerous Retreats
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Development and
Re-Development of
Curriculum
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Implementation Team
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Presentations
West Virginia Consortium for
Associate Degree Nursing
Memorandum of Understanding
WVCTCS and the Presidents
A Common Goal: Mission
The mission of the West Virginia Consortium of Associate
Degree Nursing Programs is to prepare students for
professional nursing practice while promoting a knowledge
base for career mobility and further academic study. These
programs are committed to providing accessible, highquality nursing education to meet the diverse and changing
health-care needs of the community and beyond
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
A Common Goal: Philosophy
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The WVCTCS Consortium of Associate Degree Nursing
Programs is committed to a quality educational environment.
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The educational philosophy of the WVCTCS Consortium of Associate
Degree Nursing Programs incorporates the seven core values of the
National League for Nursing Competencies Framework which includes
caring, diversity, ethics, excellence, holism, integrity, and patient
centeredness (NLN, 2010). We believe that “all nurses should display
integrity, respect diversity in all forms, uphold given legal and ethical
responsibilities and strive for excellence while promoting caring,
holistic, patient centered care” (NLN, 2010).
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
A Common Goal: Philosophy
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The Consortium supports education as a life-long process
incorporating a spirit of inquiry, supported by evidence
based research. The faculty believe that students need to
develop nursing judgment in their practice, develop a
professional identity as a nurse, and learn to support
patients and families in development of their ongoing
growth as human beings. Life-long learning consists of
acquiring knowledge, demonstrating proficient skills, and
developing ethical attitudes and values.
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
A Common Goal: Learning Outcomes
1. Collaborate with the patient or designee to plan and provide nursing care
that respects the patient’s individual values and needs.
2. Generate safe and effective patient centered care using the nursing process.
3. Incorporate effective communication strategies to reduce risk and injuries in the
healthcare environment.
4. Create caring relationships with patients and support systems consistent with the
ANA Standards of Nursing Practice and the Code of Ethics.
5. Evaluate the utilization of healthcare system resources to efficiently and effectively
manage care.
6. Integrate current best practices to plan and implement safe and effective patient
care.
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
Other Common Goals
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Collection of Data
Ongoing Assessment and Sustainability
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
What is it?
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Conceptual-Based Education
……. and the use of
Exemplars
Skills
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
More importantly, “Active Learning”
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Simulation
Case Studies
Adaptive Quizzing
Adaptive Learning
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……………… “Think Like a Nurse,” from DAY ONE!
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West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
Constructing a curriculum…
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Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN,
formerly the NLNAC) Accrediting Body
WVBOERN
National Council Licensing Examination - RN Blueprint
National League for Nursing (NLN)
Quality and Safety Education Nursing (QSEN)
Constructing a curriculum… Core Values
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Caring
Diversity
Ethics
Excellence
Holism
Integrity
Patient- centeredness
Constructing a curriculum… Integrated Concepts /
Common Threads
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Context and environment
Knowledge and Science
Personal and Professional Development
Quality and Safety
Relationship-Centered Care
Teamwork
Constructing a curriculum… Common Threads
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Pharmacology
Life Span and Development
Admission Criteria
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Prior to 2014
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2014 and Beyond
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No worries!
Eligibility for Institutional Admission
Grade Point Average
Minimal Scores on the Admission Exams
Variations
Eligibility for Institutional Admission
2.50 Grade Point Average (3.0 for HS Students)
Minimal Composite Score on the TEAS V / HESI
Eligibility for English 101 and College-level Math
Flexibility in Scoring of Applicants
Now and Then…… an example
First
Semester
Second
Semester
Third
Semester
Fourth
Semester
ENG 101- 3
hours
MAT 110 / 1403 hours
PSY 2103 hours
ENG 1023 hours
CIT 106 /
BST 240- 3
hours
CHM 105- 1
hour
BIO 2903 hours
NUR 2215 hours
BIO 2854 hours
BIO 2864 hours
BIO 2953 hours
NUR
222- 3
hours
NUR 101- 2
hours
NUR 1253 hours
NUR 217- 3
hours
NUR
223- 4
hours
NUR 1022 hours
NUR 114- 3
hours
NUR 218- 3
hours
NUR
224- 1
hour
NUR 1032 hours
NUR 115- 3
hours
NUR 219- 3
hours
20 credit hours
18 credit
hours
Curricular Changes
Second
Semester
Third
Semester
Fourth
Semester
A&P I- 4
hours
A&P II- 4 hours
Restricted
Science
Elective- 3
hours
Professional
Nursing &
Health
Systems
Concepts- 3
hours
Drug &
Dosage
Calculations
I- 1 hour
Drug & Dosage
Calculations II1 hour
ENG 101- 3
hours
Synthesis of
Nursing
Concepts9 hours
Health Assess
and
Diagnostics I2 hours
Health Assess
and
Diagnostics II1 hour
Nursing
Concepts of
Health &
Illness II- 9
hours
Intro to
Nursing
Concepts- 8
hours
Nursing
Concepts of
Health &
Illness I- 9
hours
Intro to
Psychology- 3
hours
NUR 116- 3
hours
16 credit
hours
First
Semester
16 credit
hours
18 credit
hours
15 credit hours
15 credit hours
12 credit
hours
The following 6 months….. The WVCADN
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WVBOERN Approval
ACEN Approval
Partnering Institutions (curriculum)
Faculty participation
“Above the line and blow the line”
…..and then again, some things won’t change…..
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree
Nursing
Minimal Criteria Set
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Nursing Handbook
Protecting Individuality
Individual Institutions
Challenges
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Impacts all Divisions at all Colleges / Student Services /
Adult Basic Education
Pre-Nursing
LPN-RN Bridge
Faculty
Transition Period
Scheduling
Changing Direction
Over the Past Year
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WVBOERN Approval
ACEN Substantive Change Reports
Professional Development for Faculty
Substantive Change
Fall 2014
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First Semester Implementation- a Change of Pedagogy
Technology, Technology, Technology!
Active Learning
Spring 2015 Integration
Continuing Professional Development
Under Construction
Institutional / Program Opportunities
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TEAS V / HESI Test Administration
Opened Doors
A Look Ahead
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Assessment and Data Collection
Analysis
LPN-RN Bridge Opportunities
Looking Long-Term
Special thanks to…..
Jim Skidmore, Chancellor
West Virginia
Community and Technical
College System
West Virginia Consortium of Associate Degree Nursing
Rose Beebe, EdD MSN RNWVUP
[email protected]
B. Kent Wilson, MSN RN
CLNC- BVCTC
[email protected]
Questions?
West Virginia Consortium for Associate Degree Nursing

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