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Gobin, R. (2019). The self-care prescription: Powerful solutions to manage stress, reduce anxiety and increase well-being. Althea Press. Retail price: $14.99

·        ISBN-10 ‏ 164152393X

·        ISBN-13 ‏ 978-1641523936

Please read all the grading rubric and stick to it only.

Page 3 and 4 of the syllabus, has requirements for a book review assignment as well.

Thanks.


N3335 Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

Book Review Instructions

NOTE: You’ll create a new word document to submit your Book Review as one whole paper instead of typing directly into this document.

Overview: Book Review

You have selected one of the designated books to read.
You will now write a book review that expresses your motivation for selecting the particular book, the impression the book made on you, information from another external, reliable source that either corroborates or contradicts the book, and how or why this book will or will not impact you. See Content Criteria on page 4 for more details. Note that your additional source should be from a recent (within last 5 years), professional journal or website (NIH, CDC, etc.).
Blogs, magazines, and newspapers are not considered professional resources. An external source is one that is not included within the course readings.

Before you begin writing, review the APA formatted example paper located in the course. Format your paper
exactly in this manner
. Be sure that you are using correct APA format for all of your citations and references including the book title. Outline your responses to the criteria listed in the rubric and instructions. Use language and examples that demonstrate your understanding of course concepts and reflect your personal position on the author’s stance. Write professionally and concisely. You may write in first person for this assignment. Be sure to proofread your assignment and correct any errors before submitting it. Your paper should be double spaced, include a separate Title and Reference page, and the
body of the paper should not exceed 3 pages of double spaced
written work.

This paper should incorporate
scholarly writing. One characteristic of scholarly writing is learning how to paraphrase and cite appropriately and correctly.
Your paper should include numerous paraphrases with corresponding citations. However, you are only allowed to include a maximum of
3 quotes (with corresponding citations) within the paper. If you have more than 3 quotes,
you will have 2 points deducted for each additional quote. (If you are unsure of the difference between paraphrasing and quotes, please read your APA book or reach out to one of the UTA nursing librarians.)

If you submit your book review on a book that is NOT one of the choices on the syllabus, you will receive a 50-point deduction on the book review assignment.  Please pay close attention to the book options on the syllabus to ensure you chose an allowed book for your book review.

 

Also, if you are repeating the course, you must do your Book Review on the book option that you did not choose the first time you took the course. If your Book Review is on the same book that you reviewed in the previous course, you will receive a zero for this assignment.

Rubric

Use this rubric to guide your work on the assignment, “Book Review.”

Tasks



Proficient

Acceptable

Unacceptable

Body of the Paper

(max 5 points)

Error free professional grammar, spelling, and punctuation, and paragraphs composed of at least 3 well-written sentences and paper within page limits.

(5 points)

Contains 3 – 4 grammar, spelling, or punctuation errors, or poorly written paragraphs and paper within page limits.

(3 points)

Greater than 4 grammar, spelling, or punctuation errors, or poorly written paragraphs, or paper exceeds page limits, or does not follow rubric format.

(0 points)

Introduction

(max 5 points)

Detailed overview paragraph of paper contents to include information to be discussed within the body of the paper.

(5 points)

Brief statement of paper contents.

(3 points)

No introduction.

(0 points)

Part I: Book

(max 10 points)

Explanation of reasons for selecting book that include specific references to book title, description, authors, and particular student experience.

(10 points)

General statement of reason for selecting book with vague references to book or vague example of student experience.

(5 points)

Missing or unclear reason for selecting book and missing specific reference to book or example of student experience.

(0 points)

Part II: Two Topics of Interest

(max 30 points)

Lists 2 separate topics with detailed, specific topic information from the book
, and gives a detailed discussion of why the 2 separate topics impacted the reader
with specific student examples or experiences for each of the 2 topics. (30 points)

Lists 1 topic with general or limited information from the book and gives a general or limited discussion of why the 1 topic impacted the reader, including a general student example or experience. (15 points)

No topics addressed, and/or missing both student examples and/or both statements of impact on the reader. (0 points)

Part III: Corroboration / Contradiction

(max 30 points)

Clear, accurate detailed explanation of corroboration
or contradiction with at least
two specific examples from at least one
recent, professional external source on how the external source either corroborates or contradicts the information in the book or the author’s stance. (30 points)

General explanation of corroboration
or contradiction
or only one example from an external source on how the external source either corroborates or contradicts the information in the book or the author’s stance. (15 points)

No explanation of corroboration
or contradiction
and/or missing examples from an external source on how the external source either corroborates or contradicts the information in the book or the author’s stance. (0 points)

Part IV: Practice Application

(max 10 points)

Clear detailed explanation of how
or why the book will or will not impact personal actions or professional practice. (10 points)

General statement of how
or why the book will or will not impact personal actions or professional practice. (5 points)

Missing description of how
or why the book will or will not impact personal actions or professional practice. (0 points)

APA Format (Title page, Headings, Font, Spacing, Reference page,

(max 10 points)

0-3 errors in APA format with at least one additional recent external professional resource. (10 points)

Paper contains (4-6) different APA errors and at least one additional recent external professional resource. (5 points)

Greater than 6 different APA errors and/or missing additional resource, or resource is not recent and/or professional. (0 points)

Quotes (3 allowed)

See paragraph on scholarly writing in the instructions above.

-2 points for each additional quote

Book Review Criteria

· Arrange your assignment in the following sequence with these required sections and subheadings and the content points noted.

· Open a new Word document, and save it to your Desktop with the filename, “
yourname_Book_Review,” inserting your name in place of “
yourname.

· Begin your paper by setting the margins, font, and header according to APA format.

· Click “Save” often to keep from accidentally losing your work.

Content Criteria

Introduction

Write a short paragraph that introduces your paper to the reader. This usually includes mention of all of the content/topics that will be written about within the body of the paper. For example, “First I will explain why I chose….”.

Insert Title of Paper at the top of the page, centered,
bolded, and in Title case.

Then start paragraph.

Part I: Book

State which book you chose, and discuss why you chose it. Include specific references to book title, description, authors(s), or particular experiences of yours that prompted you to select the book.

Insert heading title, centered, bolded, and in Title Case.

Then start paragraph.

Part II: Two Topics of Interest

Write two separate paragraphs describing topics or pieces of information from the book itself that made the greatest impression on you. Discuss
why the topic impacted you
giving an example of student impact for each of the topics.

Insert heading title, centered, bolded, and in Title Case.

Then start paragraphs.

Part III: Corroboration / Contradiction

Provide at least
two examples from an external source that either corroborates or contradicts the information or stance taken by the author of the book on your topics of interest.
Be specific and relate the information from the external source to the book itself.

Insert heading title, centered, bolded, and in Title Case.

Then start paragraphs.

Part IV: Practice Application

Explain why or how the information you gained from the reading of this book will or will not affect your personal actions or your professional practice.

Insert heading title, centered, bolded, and in Title Case.

Then start paragraph.

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NURS 3335: Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

Summer 2023

Instructor Information

Instructor: Cynthia Koomey, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE

Office Number: PKH 640

Office Telephone Number: 817-272-2776

Email Address: [email protected]


Faculty Profile: https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/cynthia+-koomey

Office Hours: By appointment. Please contact faculty via email to arrange a meeting.

Course Information

Section Information: NURS 3335, Section 501

Time and Place of Class Meetings: This is an asynchronous online course.

Description of Course Content:

Focus on health promotion and disease prevention strategies that promote healthy lifestyles and empower individuals, families, and populations to achieve optimal health and wellness. The role of the nurse in health promotion is emphasized. Students will examine the impact of nurses’ overall wellness on patient safety. RN-BSN students only. Prerequisite or Corequisite 
NURS 3345.

Student Learning Outcomes:

1. Examine the professional nursing role in the promotion of healthy exercise, stress management, holistic health, and healthy nutrition.

2. Explore social determinants of health and their impact on health and wellness.

3. Assess learning needs and risk factors of individuals, families, and populations to provide health promotion, illness prevention, and healthy self-care practices.

4. Examine methods and strategies for teaching and learning.

5. Design and disseminate health teaching plans for a specified population, using cultural and age-appropriate information.

6. Incorporate current research findings into health teaching.

7. Examine professional nurse’s overall wellness and its significance to patient safety.

UTA BSN Program Outcomes

1. Apply the art and science of nursing using current evidence in the delivery of competent, culturally sensitive, developmentally appropriate holistic care.

2. Utilize analytical, systematic, and critical reasoning for clinical judgment and nursing decision-making.

3. Demonstrate accountability and responsibility for: optimal nursing care, legal and ethical standards, lifelong learning, professional development, promoting the nursing profession, and participating as a citizen in society.

4. Collaborate and communicate respectfully and effectively with persons/clients and interdisciplinary teams using oral, nonverbal, written, and electronic communication to promote and maintain optimal health outcomes to persons/clients.

5. Demonstrate ethical behaviors and conflict management skills that inspire others and create effective working relationships to shape and implement change.

6. Coordinate human and material resources in providing comprehensive, efficient, and cost-effective care to persons/clients.

7. Articulate the importance of active and intentional life-long learning that includes self-reflection and awareness.

8. Utilize standards of practice to provide safe nursing care in all patient care settings with an awareness of one’s role in preventing errors and promoting quality improvement.

9. Access and utilize information and computer sciences to perform nursing functions.

AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice (2021)

1.
Knowledge for Nursing Practice

Integration, translation, and application of established and evolving disciplinary nursing knowledge and ways of knowing, as well as knowledge from other disciplines, including a foundation in liberal arts and natural and social sciences. This distinguishes the practice of professional nursing and forms the basis for clinical judgment and innovation in nursing practice.

2.
Person-Centered Care

Person-centered care focuses on the individual within multiple complicated contexts, including family and/or important others. Person-centered care is holistic, individualized, just, respectful, compassionate, coordinated, evidence-based, and developmentally appropriate. Person-centered care builds on a scientific body of knowledge that guides nursing practice regardless of specialty or functional area.

3.
Population Health

Population health spans the healthcare delivery continuum from public health prevention to disease management of populations and describes collaborative activities with both traditional and non-traditional partnerships from affected communities, public health, industry, academia, health care, local government entities, and others for the improvement of equitable population health outcomes. (Kindig & Stoddart, 2003; Kindig, 2007; Swartout & Bishop, 2017; CDC, 2020).

4.
Scholarship for the Nursing Discipline

The generation, synthesis, translation, application, and dissemination of nursing knowledge to improve health and transform health care (AACN, 2018).

5.
Healthcare Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments

Employment of established and emerging principles of safety and improvement science. Quality and safety, as core values of nursing practice, enhance quality and minimize risk of harm to patients and providers through both system effectiveness and

individual performance.

6.
Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration for Improving Patient Health Outcomes

Intentional collaboration across professions and with care team members, patients, families, communities, and other stakeholders to optimize care, enhance the healthcare experience, and strengthen outcomes.

7.
Systems-Based Practice

Responding to and leading within complex systems of health care. Nurses effectively and proactively coordinate resources to provide safe, quality, and equitable care to diverse populations.

8.
Informatics and Healthcare Technologies

Information and communication technologies and informatics processes are used to provide care, gather data, form information to drive decision making, and support professionals as they expand knowledge and wisdom for practice. Informatics processes and technologies are used to manage and improve the delivery of safe, high-quality, and efficient healthcare services in accordance with best practice and professional and regulatory standards.

9.
Professionalism

Formation and cultivation of a sustainable professional identity, including accountability, perspective, collaborative disposition, and comportment, that reflects nursing’s characteristics and values.

10.
Personal, Professional, and Leadership Development

Participation in activities and self-reflection that foster personal health, resilience, and well-being; contribute to lifelong learning; and support the acquisition of nursing expertise and the assertion of leadership.

Applicable Degree Essential

Applicable Program Objectives

Student Learning Outcome

Module/Content and Assessment

Essentials 1, 5, 6, 8

2, 8, 9

7

Module 4: COVID-19 – What can employees do to maintain employee health and safety?

Module 4: Human Factors in Health Care

Module 4: LDI Louise Batz

Assessment – Journal, Discussion Board, Quiz 2

Essential 2

1, 3

6

Module 3: Bloom’s Taxonomy: Structuring the Learning Journey

Module 3: Developing Patient Teach-back to Improve Patient Education

Module 3: Hospital Hill – Teach-back Method – Diabetes Medication Instructions

Assessment: Discussion Board and Quiz 2

Essentials 1, 2

4, 5

5

Module 3: Patient education is considered a significant part of a nurse

Module 3: Steps for Developing a Teaching Plan

Assessment: Discussion Board and Quiz 2

Essential 3

4, 6

2, 3

Module 1: Healthy People 2020

Module 1: Healthy People 2030

Module 1: Social Determinants of Health

Assessment: Health Risk Assessment and Health Promotion Contract, Discussion Board, and Quiz 1

Essentials 1, 2, 3, 10

1, 2, 7, 8

1, 4

Module 2: Five Components of Stress Management

Module 2: Counseling Patients on Stress Management

Module 2: Six Pillars of Brain Health

Module 5: Caring for Relatives at Home

Module 5: Supporting the Emotional Well-being of Health Care Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Assessment: Sleep Log, Sleep Stress Analysis, Exercise Prescription, and Quizzes 1 and 2

More information about The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice:  
https://www.aacnnursing.org/AACN-Essentials

Required Textbooks and Other Course Materials:

You will have two books to choose from (see below) for your Book Review Assignment. Please choose the book that you find most appealing and start reading! You can purchase these books from the
UTA Bookstore, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc…Please note that there may be different costs depending on where you choose to purchase your book.

Please know that the books options change frequently from term to term. If you submit your book review on a book that is NOT one of the choices on this syllabus, you will receive a 50-point deduction on the book review assignment.  Please pay close attention to the book options on the syllabus to ensure you choose an allowed book for your book review.

Also, if you are repeating the course, you must do your Book Review on the book option that you did not choose the first time you took the course. If your Book Review is on the same book that you reviewed in the previous course, you will receive a zero for this assignment.


Gobin, R. (2019).
The self-care prescription: Powerful solutions to manage stress, reduce anxiety and increase well-being. Althea Press. Retail price: $14.99

·       
ISBN-10 ‏ 164152393X

·       
ISBN-13 ‏ 978-1641523936

Lovejoy, O. (2022).
Emotional triage: A nurse’s guide to overcoming burnout and compassion fatigue. Joy Ridge Press. Retail price: $15.99

·       
ISBN-13 ‏‎ 979-8985708004

Highly Recommended Textbook:

American Psychological Association. (2020).
Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th Ed.). Retail price: $31.99

ISBN: 978-1-4338-3217-8

Or you may use the UTA library website:
https://libguides.uta.edu/apa

Or you may use the website/blog, as you can find the information you need there as well: https://apastyle.apa.org/



Descriptions of major assignments and examinations:

1. Health Risk Assessment and Health Promotion Contract – You will provide a summary of your current health status and identify one health/lifestyle behavior to contract on to change/improve during this course. You will evaluate your current “stage of change” and provide a thorough explanation as to why you feel like you are in that particular stage.

2. Book Review – You will select a book from the two choices provided above and write a book review that expressed your motivation for selecting the book you chose, the impression the book made on you, information from another external, reliable source that either corroborates or contradicts the book, and how or why this book will or will not impact your personal life and professional nursing practice.

Technology Requirements:

Reliable internet access; Canvas; Teams

Grading Information

Students are expected to keep track of their performance throughout the semester which Canvas facilitates and seek guidance from available sources (including the instructor) if their performance drops below satisfactory levels. There are no opportunities for “make-up” assignments or to earn extra credit in this course.

Final Course Grade:

Assignment

Percentage of Final Grade

Health Risk Assessment and Health Promotion Contract

10%

Sleep Log

5%

Sleep/Stress Analysis

9%

Exercise Prescription

9%

Carbon Footprint

5%

Book Review

10%

Journal

6%

Journal Analysis

6%

Quizzes (5% each)

10%

Discussion Boards (6% each)

30%

Minimum Passing Criteria:

In order to successfully complete an undergraduate nursing course at UTA, the following minimum criteria must be met:

For the final course grade there will be no rounding (i.e., 89.67=B, 69.99=D).

A final course grade of C (70.00) or better is required in all nursing courses to pass.

Late Assignment Submission:

All assignments will be submitted within the course in Microsoft Word format unless instructed otherwise by faculty. Assignments that cannot be opened cannot be graded and will receive a zero. Check to be sure your assignment submission is visible in the viewing pane when you submit it and carefully review it to be sure you submitted the file you intended to. Resubmissions of work will not be accepted after the due date or after it has been graded.

Unless prior arrangements have been approved by the instructor, assignments submitted late will be penalized 5 points for every day late, up to two days (48 hours). After 48 hours, the assignment portal will close, and no more late submissions will be accepted. If you have not submitted within the 48 hours after the deadline, you will receive a zero for that assignment. Do not wait until the last few minutes before the due date and time to upload an assignment because uploading often takes several minutes or more to complete. If your assignment is not submitted (fully uploaded) by 2359, it will be late. Submission is not the same as attempting to upload.

Discussion boards-original posting is accepted up to 48 hours late with 5 pts per day deducted.  After 48 hours, original posting will not be accepted.  Any and all replies posted late will not be accepted after the discussion board closes.

The 5 point per day late penalty also applies to assignments submitted without having a complete and accurate Attestation Form submitted via the course. Students who have not submitted a correctly completed Attestation Form by the due date of the first assignment will receive zeros on assignments submitted until a correctly completed Attestation Form is submitted.

Quiz questions will be oriented toward evaluation of application and analysis. Quizzes are timed and must be completed within 60 minutes. Once 60 minutes has elapsed, the quiz will automatically close. Failure to take a quiz as scheduled may result in a score of “0” for the quiz. Any makeup quiz will be at the discretion of the instructor.

This course closes the last week of class on Saturday at 2359. No assignments will be accepted after the final due date, Saturday 2359, unless prior arrangements have been approved by the instructor. Please note, all assignments are due BEFORE 2359 each week. Once the clock turns to 2359, submissions will be marked as late OR the submission link will be closed if it is 48 hours past the due date or the last day of the course.

Grade Grievances:

Any appeal of a grade in this course must follow the procedures as published in the College of
Nursing and Health Innovation Undergraduate Student Handbook. In an attempt to resolve a complaint, the student must first make a serious effort to resolve the matter with the individual with whom the grievance originated. Faculty of the course has the primary responsibility for assigning grades. Appeals of the official grade assigned to a student for a course will not, therefore, be considered at levels above the faculty unless a student offers evidence of:

· Differential treatment – examples might be providing benefits such as extra time for assignments to some but not all students in the class; excluding some students from attendance or other course requirements, OR

· Procedural irregularities – examples might be adding a new requirement that was not listed in the class syllabus; using criteria for grades not made available to the student ahead of time.

More information about the university’s grade grievance policies can be found in the Undergraduate Grading Policies section of the catalog

(
https://catalog.uta.edu/academicregulations/grades/#undergraduatetext). Information regarding grievances for matters other than grades is available in the Student Rights section of the catalog (
https://catalog.uta.edu/academicregulations/security/)

Admission and Progression Appeals

Students who wish to appeal a non-grade related admission or progression decision can submit an academic appeal using the following link:
https://common.forms.uta.edu/view.php?id=1577237. This appeal process includes decisions not related to a student’s course grade such as: admission deadlines, clinical clearance requirements, and program policies related to drops, withdrawals, returns, and readmissions. The Department Chair will appoint a review committee within 7 days of receipt of the appeal. All course grade-related grievances will be addressed in accordance with our CONHI Grade Grievance Policy.

Course Planning Calendar and Weeks/Times Assignments are Due

(All times are Central Time Zone (CT) regardless of where the student lives)

Course Activity

Due Date (Central Time)

Module 1 – Health Promotion, Wellness, and Healthy Lifestyles

Completed by:

APA Self-Assessment

Mandatory to gain access to Weekly Modules

Attestation Statement

Mandatory to gain access to Weekly Modules
(completed correctly)

Plagiarism Tutorial Activity

Mandatory to gain access to Weekly Modules

Discussion Board

Wednesday before 2359 – post discussion thread

Saturday before 2359 – post replies to 2 colleagues

Assignments

Saturday before 2359

Module 2 – Stress Management, Healthy Sleep, and Brain Health

Complete by:

Discussion Board

Wednesday before 2359 – post discussion thread

Saturday before 2359 – post replies to 2 colleagues

Assignments

Saturday before 2359

Quiz

Saturday before 2359

Module 3 – Nutrition & Exercise, Complementary & Alternative Holistic Strategies, and the Nurse’s Role in Patient Education

Complete by:

Discussion Board

Wednesday before 2359 – post discussion thread

Saturday before 2359 – post replies to 2 colleagues

Assignment

Saturday before 2359

Module 4 – Environmental and Occupational Health/Human Factors

Complete by:

Discussion Board

Wednesday before 2359 – post discussion thread

Saturday before 2359 – post replies to 2 colleagues

Assignments

Saturday before 2359

Module 5 – Current Health Issues and Trends

Complete by:

Discussion Board

Wednesday before 2359 – post discussion thread

Saturday before 2359 – post replies to 2 colleagues

Assignments

Saturday before 2359

Quiz

Saturday before 2359 – Course closed. No late assignments accepted.

Course Schedule

As the instructor for this course, I reserve the right to adjust this schedule in any way that serves the educational needs of the students enrolled in this course. ~ Cynthia L. Koomey, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE

Institution Information

UTA students are encouraged to review the below institutional policies and informational sections and reach out to the specific office with any questions. To view this institutional information, please visit the
Institutional Information page (http://www.uta.edu/provost/administrative-forms/course-syllabus/index.php) which includes the following policies among others:

· Drop Policy

· Disability Accommodations

· Title IX Policy

· Academic Integrity

· Student Feedback Survey

· Final Exam Schedule

AO Academic Calendar – Drop Dates: Please see this
calendar for drop dates for all AO RN-BSN courses.

Additional Information

Attendance:

At The University of Texas at Arlington, taking attendance is not required but attendance is a critical indicator of student success. Each faculty member is free to develop his or her own methods of evaluating students’ academic performance, which includes establishing course-specific policies on attendance. As the instructor of this section, I do not require attendance, but I strongly encourage regular and consistent engagement in the course. However, while UT Arlington does not require instructors to take attendance in their courses, the U.S. Department of Education requires that the University have a mechanism in place to in place to verify Federal Student Aid recipients’ attendance in courses. UT Arlington instructors should be prepared to report the last date of attendance as part of the final grading process. Specifically, when assigning a student a grade of F, faculty must report the last date a student attended their class based on evidence of academic engagement such as a test, participation in a class project or presentation, or an engagement online via Canvas. This date is reported to the Department of Education for federal financial aid recipients.

Distance education courses require regular and substantive online interaction and participation. Students must participate in online course activities to demonstrate attendance; logging into an online class is not sufficient by itself to demonstrate attendance.

Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center (ASC) includes a variety of resources and services to help you maximize your learning and succeed as a student at the University of Texas at Arlington. ASC services include supplemental instruction, peer-led team learning, tutoring, mentoring and TRIO SSS. Academic Success Center services are provided at no additional cost to UTA students. For additional information visit:
Academic Success Center. (
Academic Success Center – Division of Student Success – The University of Texas at Arlington (uta.edu). To request disability accommodations for tutoring, please complete the form on the Syllabus Institutional Policies page:
Syllabus Institutional Policies – UTA Faculty & Staff Resources.

The

IDEAS Center
(
Ideas Center – Division of Student Success – The University of Texas at Arlington (uta.edu)
(2nd Floor of Central Library) offers
FREE
tutoring and
mentoring to all students with a focus on transfer students, sophomores, veterans and others undergoing a transition to UT Arlington. Students can drop in or check the schedule of available peer tutors at www.uta.edu/IDEAS, or call (817) 272-6593.

The English Writing Center (411LIBR)

[Optional.] The Writing Center offers
FREE tutoring in 15-, 30-, 45-, and 60-minute face-to-face and online sessions to all UTA students on any phase of their UTA coursework. Register and make appointments online at the

Writing Center
(https://uta.mywconline.com). Classroom visits, workshops, and specialized services for graduate students and faculty are also available. Please see

Writing Center: OWL
(
– The Writing Center – UT Arlington) for detailed information on all our programs and services.

The Library’s 2nd floor

Academic Plaza
(http://library.uta.edu/academic-plaza) offers students a central hub of support services, including IDEAS Center, University Advising Services, Transfer UTA and various college/school advising hours. Services are available during the

library’s hours
of operation.

Librarian Contact Information:

Each academic unit has access to
Librarians by Academic Subject that can assist students with research projects, tutorials on plagiarism and citation references as well as support with databases and course reserves.

Nursing Librarians email address:

[email protected]

John Bayhi
[email protected]

CONHI Student Handbook: The Undergraduate BSN Student Handbook can be found by going to the following link: https://cdn.web.uta.edu/-/media/project/website/conhi/documents/unurs/bsn_student_handbook.ashx?sc_lang=en&revision=1ed6986d-5d75-4d5c-a86c-9d4f1d77eb59&hash=09914806D68935D631DEDA0C6121BF01

Emergency Phone Numbers

In case of an on-campus emergency, call the UT Arlington Police Department at 817-272-3003 (non-campus phone), 2-3003 (campus phone). You may also dial 911. Non-emergency number 817-272-3381. Enter the UTA Police Department’s emergency phone number into your own mobile phone.

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