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Learning outcomes

The student is able to:

  • understand the perioperative, acutely ill and gynecological patient’s care path and it´s phases in a multi-professional care team
  • recognize the characteristics of perioperative and gynecological patient care utilizing family nursing
  • recognize and observe patient's normal / disturbances in vital signs and are able to treat under supervision perioperative, acutely ill and gynecological patients utilizing different research information
  • operate aseptically in perioperative environment
  • work in accordance with patients’ and working environment safety and personal safety principles
  • implement under supervision patient's pharmacotherapy, fluid therapy and intravenous infusion in various forms
  • support and guide perioperative, acutely ill and gynecological patients and their families in accordance with the ethical principles of nursing
  • under supervision, take care of the recording of and reporting on patient’s treatment at its various stages
  • support patients in issues related to sexuality as part of a holistic treatment, rehabilitation and support work
  • use knowledge of crisis-psychology in nursing acutely ill patients and are able to reflect on their own feelings in relation to acute care situations.

Content
The specific characteristics of perioperative and gynecological patient’s care in different care settings. Nursing care of the acutely ill and intensive care patients in different nursing settings. The phases of perioperative nursing. Aseptic and ethics. Patient safety. Pharmacotherapy and pain treatment. Teamwork in perioperative and gynecological care. Sexuality in different stages of life and sexual health promotion. Post-traumatic stress disorders in adults and children. Helpers’ psychological reactions. Psychosocial support.

Mode of completion
Activating lectures
PBL work
E-learning
Exercises
Study visits
Exam

Evaluation

1 - 5

Evaluation criteria
The student is able to:

LEVEL 5

  • rationalize the phases of perioperative, acutely and gynecological nursing as a member of a multiprofessional team
  • make conclusions when observing patient´s normal / disturbances in vital signs
  • rationalize aseptic and safe action in perioperative, acute and gynecological nursing
  • rationalize the principals of patient´s safe pharmacotherapy, fluid therapy and intravenous infusion in various forms
  • rationalize the guidance and support of the patient and his family using evidence based theory

LEVEL 3

  • explain the phases of perioperative, acute and gynecological nursing as a member of a multiprofessional team
  • know the patient´s vital signs and general disturbances
  • act without supervision aseptically and safely in skills-lab environment
  • explain the principals of patient´s safe pharmacotherapy, fluid therapy and intravenous infusion in various forms
  • guide and support the patient and his family using evidence based theory

LEVEL 1

  • know by name the phases of perioperative, acute and gynecological nursing as a member of a multiprofessional team
  • recognize the patíent´s normal / disturbances in vital signs
  • act under supervision aseptically and safely in skills-lab environment
  • know by name the principals of patient´s safe pharmacotherapy, fluid therapy and intravenous infusion in various forms
  • know the need of patient´s and his family´s guidance and support

 

Learning material

Dorsch, Jerry A. and Dorsch, Susan E. 2008. Understanding anesthesia equipment.

Gonce Morton, Patricia and Fontaine, Dorrie K. 2009. Critical care nursing : a holistic approach. 

Hargrove-Huttel, Ray A. 2001. Medical-surgical nursing.

Hatchett, Richard and Thompson, David R. 2007. Cardiac nursing : a comprehensive guide.

Llewellyn - Jones. Elsevier Mosby. Fundamentals of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Pudner, Rosie 2010. Nursing the surgical patient.

Actual research articles.

AORN-articles.

 


 

 


 

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