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NRS 122 Concepts of Mental Health Nursing. Orientation for Fall 2012 Semester. NRS 122 Course Faculty. Professor Donna Penn-NRS 122 Course Coordinator Dr. Wanda Broach-Butts- Lecture Instructor Professor Marilyn Drucker- Clinical Instructor (Wednesdays & Saturdays)

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nrs 122 concepts of mental health nursing

NRS 122 Concepts of Mental Health Nursing

Orientation for Fall 2012 Semester

nrs 122 course faculty
NRS 122 Course Faculty

Professor Donna Penn-NRS 122 Course Coordinator

Dr. Wanda Broach-Butts- Lecture Instructor

Professor Marilyn Drucker- Clinical Instructor (Wednesdays & Saturdays)

Professor Sherri Bauerle – Clinical Instructor (Mondays)

Professor Miki Olson – Clinical Instructor (Sundays)

nrs 122 course requirements
NRS 122 Course Requirements

4 Quizzes (given weeks 1, 2, 4, 5).

Mid-term exam (given in lecture week 3)

Cumulative Final Exam (given week 5)

5 evolve case studies (Average of grades)

HESI Psychiatric/Mental Health web based exam (given week 5)

nrs 122 grading
NRS 122 Grading

Average of 5 evolve case studies = 5%

Average of 4 quizzes= 10% of grade

Mid-term Exam= 35% of grade

HESI Mental Health Exam= 10% of grade

Cumulative Final Exam= 40% of grade


nursing program grade scale
Nursing Program Grade Scale

A = 97% - 100%

A- = 93% - 96.99%

B+ = 89% - 92.99%

B = 85% - 88.99%

B- = 81% - 84.99%

C+ = 78% - 80.99%

C = 75% - 77.99%

D = 61% - 74.99%

please review the nrs 122 course outline
Please review the NRS 122 Course Outline
  • Available on website (under NRS 122)
  • Textbooks
  • Attendance
  • Testing and Grading
  • Testing Schedule
  • Clinical Lab
  • Dress Code for Clinical
  • Theory
  • Quizzes
  • HESI Testing
  • Evolve case studies
  • Weekly Content Tables
  • Assignments/Concept Map
  • Weekly Learning Activities/Lecture notes available on website
  • MyMercer account
clinical information
Clinical Information

Clinical starts Monday 8/27 A Session

Monday group starts at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital (TPH)

Wednesday group starts at Princeton House

Saturday and Sunday groups (Online students) start at TPH

Clinical Hours – Mon/Wed 3pm-12 midnight

Sat/Sun 7am – 3 pm.

Directions to all facilities can be found in Nursing Program Handbook

Specific clinical site orientation requirements on under NRS 122

nrs 122 academic success resources
Clinical / theory instructor

NRS 122 Coordinator

Program web site

mynursingkit (textbook resources)

MCCC Learning Center

Library ( Web Access)

Program Advisor

evolve case studies and practice tests


Each other (formation of study groups)

NRS 122 Academic Success Resources

Available to all enrolled credit students

MCCC e-mail can be automatically forwarded to another e-mail account

Log on to to create account

This account will be the only one used to contact students during the semester.

  • Assigned textbook readings should be completed prior to lecture
  • Print lecture notes from the NRS 122 Course Shell available from MercerOnline (See instructions to access on NRS 122 opening page) (Print as 3 slide handouts)
  • Lecture will highlight main concepts
  • Bring questions to class
  • Interactive learning activities/group activities
  • Goal is to facilitate learning, interactive dynamic atmosphere
  • Come prepared to participate.
weekly quizzes
Weekly Quizzes

Weekly Quizzes: A short 5 question quiz will be administered prior to the start of each lecture class (weeks 1, 2, 4 & 5). These quizzes will be based on the weekly assigned textbook readings and will test factual knowledge. Students will have 10 minutes to complete the quiz. The quizzes will comprise 10% of the class grade. There may be a dosage calculation problem on each of the quizzes. If a student arrives late to the class and misses the quiz, there will be no opportunity for a make-up quiz and a grade of 0 will be given for that quiz.

 These quizzes are administered online for the online course students (see course outline for more information)

evolve case studies
Evolve Case Studies

Evolve Homepage:

Need username & password

Use course ID number given to you last semester

You will be required to complete 5 assigned case studies. The scores earned on the case studies will reflect as 5% of your grade for NRS 122.

Case Studies are assigned in the course outline

hesi mental health exam
HESI Mental Health Exam

This standardized web-based exam is given at the end of the course and must be taken to successfully complete the course. Students will be required to complete the “Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing” practice test which is located on the evolve website at under the “case studies with practice test” section prior to sitting for the HESI exam. The percentage score for this exam will be calculated into your final grade for the course (10%).

dates to remember
Dates to Remember


Session A: Midterm Tuesday 9/11 5:30 pm

Session A: Final Exam: Thursday 9/27 6 pm

Session B: Midterm Tuesday 10/16 5:30 pm

Session B: Final Exam Thursday 11/1 7 pm

Session C: Midterm Tuesday 11/27 5:30 pm

Session C: Final Thursday 12/13 6 pm

Session A: HESI Mental Health Exam: Monday 10/1 6 pm

Session B: HESI Mental Health Exam: Monday 11/5 6 pm

Session C: HESI Mental Health Exam: Monday 12/10 6 pm

goals for semester
Goals for Semester
  • Provide each of you with the support and guidance needed for successful completion of course
  • Visit us during office hours, leave a phone message or an e-mail
  • Don’t wait till it’s too late, seek help early and often!!!!!!
keys to success
Keys To Success

Keep up with weekly course work

Form study groups

Mark important dates in your calendar

Seek help early

Manage your time properly

Read program handbook and course outline, know what is expected of you

Keep focused

Keep a positive frame of mind

please email any questions to me
Please email any questions to me:

Professor Donna Penn


Office: MS 149

Office Phone: 609-570-3819

Fall 2012 Office Hours: Tuesdays 10am-12noon

Wednesdays 3-5pm, Thursdays 3-5pm or by pre-arranged appointment

Office hours start when classes begin