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Intelligent Behavior

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Intelligent Behavior

  1. 1. Intelligent Behavior <br>Characteristics of intelligent behavior in the LPN classroom<br>
  2. 2. Remaining Open to Continuous Learning<br>
  3. 3. An example of remaining open to continuous learning is that they are in an adult education program<br>
  4. 4. My Role is to provide the information needed to help the students become <br>safe and effective nurses<br>
  5. 5. Striving for Accuracy<br>
  6. 6. An example would be to administer medications accurately<br>
  7. 7. In the clinical setting students must be able to verbalize dosage, side effects, and nursing considerations for use of medications<br>
  8. 8. Using All the Senses<br>
  9. 9. Sight<br>
  10. 10. Students gather important information through sight <br>• How is there color? <br>• Do they have any wounds or sores? <br>• Is there any redness or swelling? <br>• Do you see dry flaking or scaly skin? <br>• <br>
  11. 11. We will learn what is normal and what is abnormal, and when intervention is necessary<br>
  12. 12. Hearing<br>
  13. 13. Students must learn to listen to their patients <br>• Do they have concerns that have not been met <br>• Do they understand their condition <br>• Do they need further teaching <br>• Are they anxious about their procedure <br>• What do their lungs sound like<br>
  14. 14. We will discuss in class therapeutic communication and how to be effective listeners<br>
  15. 15. Smell<br>
  16. 16. Students will learn to determine abnormal smells <br>• Is there foul smelling drainage from wound <br>• Does personal hygiene need to be addressed <br>• Does the patients breath have an acetone odor <br>• <br>
  17. 17. We will discuss what some of these wounds may smell like. And we will learn about how some diseases are first suspected because of a smell<br>
  18. 18. Touch and Feel<br>
  19. 19. Students must be able to use sense of touch to assess patients <br>• Does the patient feel warm <br>• Are there any lumps or bumps <br>• Is the area soft or firm <br>• <br>
  20. 20. Students will practice assessment skills on each other then eventually on patients in the clinical setting<br>