No upcoming implementations. See the syllabus for more information.
Learning outcomes of the course
Student is able to support and promote health and functional abilities of individuals and families in a home-like environment. S/he plans, implements and assesses safe nursing care of various groups of clients with various illnesses. S/he uses evidence-based knowledge and takes reponsibility of his/her actions and the consequences.
Practice in a home-like environment
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Student has acquisitions for promoting health and functional abilities of individuals and families as well as planning, implementing and assessing nursing care.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Student acts ethically, respecting the autonomy and integritate of aged clients. S/he applies principles of patient safety in nursing care in a home-like environment. S/he plans, implements and evaluates nursing care in co-operation with the client and their families supported by the mentor and using gerontological and geriatric evidence-based knowledge. Student is able to draw a care plan and document the care using the principles of documentation. S/he assesses client's health and functional abilities using valid measurements and recognizes deficiencies and environmental risks. S/he presents preventive measures following client oriented and health promoting nursing care and guides clients in using relevant services. S/he knows essential nursing interventions and safe use of care tools in a home-like environment. S/he implements, assesses, and guides safe medical care with the client and multiprofessional team. S/he plans and organises his/her work in initiative co-operation with other people participating in client's care following the rules of the work place. Student evaluates his/her skills and operation of the workplace constructively presenting both strengths and developing challenges.
Practice is failed, if the student does not reach the minimum requirements of passed practice.