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Learning outcomes of the course
Together with the multi-professional team, the student is able to share and utilize expertize, as well as plan, implement and evaluate the care of patients with public health problems. Student is able to:
-Observe, evaluate and support vital functions (breathing, circulation, life support)
-Maintain the fluid balance
-Perform basic clinical examinations
-Follow the principles of aseptic work and infection precautions
-Perform patient education by the means of motivational discussion
-Use basic clinical technologies taking into account patient safety
Student applies the values and principles of patient-centered care. Student utilizes nursing science and other supporting sciences in professional decision-making.
Student is able to take into account factors related to health promotion and patient safety. The student organizes work duties, workflows and decision-making and works in a systematic and goal-oriented manner.
Student masters the medical drug calculations.
Simulations of clinical nursing interventions:
-Ensuring vital functions and life support
-Fluid balance, peripheral fluid therapy and medication
-Basic clinical examinations and result interpretation
-Principles of aseptic work
-Motivational discussion; supporting patients' resources
-Encountering threatening patients
-Basic clinical technologies
Clinical Examinations lectures
Practical training in specialized or primary health care settings with domains of public health and/or internal medicine.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Student masters the core concepts and principles of patient-centered care and has evidence-based knowledge on health promotion and preventive care aims, as well as methods of patient education focusing on health outcomes. Student understands the importance of multi-professional collaboration public health care. The student proves mastering of drug calculations before the practical training.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Pass (S): Together with the multi-professional team, the student proves ability to share and utilize expertize, as well as to plan, implement and evaluate the care of patients with public health problems.
The student is able to apply clinical nursing interventions
- Can observe, evaluate and support vital functions (breathing, circulation, life support)
- Can maintain the fluid balance
- Is able to perform basic clinical examinations
- Implements the principles of aseptic work
-Demonstrates skills in patient centered education by the means of motivational discussion
- Is able to use basic clinical technologies taking into account patient safety
- Masters the medical drug calculations
Student can apply the values and principles of patient-centered care and utilizes nursing science and other supporting sciences in professional decision-making. The student implements medical treatment safely under guidance and is able to analyze the challenges of his/her development. The student shows ability to organize work duties and workflows by following systematic and goal-oriented manner. The student encounters different customers/patients professionally.
Fail (skill labs): Student does not meet the learning outcomes of the course
Fail (professional practice): According to the criteria for failed professional practice in nursing education