1 THE STATE HIGHER VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IN CIECHANÓW FACULTY OF HEALTH PROTECTION AND HUMANITIES MAJOR: NURSING BASIC STUDY Subject PEDAGOGY Symbol NS - P Module Social sciences symbol NS The unit in which the subject is conducted Faculty of Health Protection and Humanities Number of hours ECTS Total for the 60 hours subject Semester I II III IV V VI Number of hours Lectures 25 Classes 15 Classes with 20 no assistance of teachers 2 points Study effects for the subject Knowledge Skills Social competences The alumnus: K_B.U19. prepares nursing activity schedules for health promotion in the place of living, education, and work, The alumnus: K_B.W16. explains basic terms and issues from the area of pedagogy, as an applied science and upbringing in the aspect of a social phenomenon ( being sick, convalescence, hospitalization, passing away), K_B.W17. knows the process of educating in the aspect of health education, K_B.W18. knows the problems of health education in relation to children, adolescents, and adults The alumnus: K_D.K2. systematically broadens professional knowledge and develops skills, pursuing to professionalism, K_D.K9. is open at the development of subjectivity of one s own and the patient s, Lectures STUDY CONTENTS 1. Characteristics of pedagogy as an applied science. 2. Objectives of upbringing the notion, classification, and function of the goals. 3. Characteristics of upbringing. 4. Forms of upbringing used in health educations. 5. Methods of upbringing used in health education. 6. Health education theoretical background. 7. Methods used in health education. 8. Didactic forms used in health education. 9. Didactic means used in health education. 10. Principles of health education. 11. Planning and evaluation in the area of health education.
2 Classes Classes with no assistance of teachers Teaching methods Assessment form Obligatory readings Supplementary readings 1. Introduction and differentiating of basic notions used in pedagogy. 2. Aims of upbringing as a projection of personal and social values. 3. The choice of forms and didactic means in upbringing and educating by nurses. 4. The analysis and choice of upbringing methods in nursing professions in caretaking institutions and the patient s surrounding. 5. Design of activity plans in relations to different age and social groups. 6. Evaluation of educational activities. 1. Didactic and educational function in the nursing profession. 2. Social threats in a contemporary school. 3. Role of the media in upbringing. 4. Nurses as health educators in the place of living, study, and work. Lectures: - informative lecture, - conversation-based lecture. Classes: - didactic discussion, - conversation, - practical methods (Project work), Classes with no assistance of teachers: - literature review, - multimedia presentations. Exam after the first semester. Positive credit for the classes (obligatory attendance) is a necessary condition for being allowed to sit to the examination. 1. Ciechaniewicz,W.(ed.), Pedagogika. Wyd. II. PZWL, Warszawa 2000, Dąbrowska T.E., Wojciechowska-Charlak B., Między teorią a praktyką wychowania, UMCS Lublin Kowalski M., Gaweł A., Zdrowie-wartość-edukacja, Ofic. Wyd. Impuls Łobocki M., Teoria wychowania w zarysie, Ofic. Wyd. Impuls Kraków Półturzycki J., Dydaktyka dla nauczycieli, Wyd. Adam Marszałek Toruń Tchorzewski A.(ed.)., Wychowanie w kontekście teoretycznym, Wyd. WSP Bydgoszcz Woynarowska B.(ed.), Edukacja zdrowotna, PWN Warszawa Bereźnicki F., Dydaktyka kształcenia ogólnego. Ofic. Wyd. Impuls Kraków 2001, 2. Kwieciński Z., Śliwerski B.(ed.), Pedagogika. Podręcznik akademicki. T. 1-2., PWN, Warszawa Nowak M., Podstawy pedagogiki otwartej, KUL Lublin Nowak M., Teorie i koncepcje wychowania, Wyd. Akademickie i profesjonalne Warszawa Magazines from the area of health education and upbringing.
3 Subject: Pedagogy Hours of student s work based on the schedule of classes for the subject. STUDENT S INPUT Activity form Average no. of hrs. spent on the activity Lectures 25 Classes 15 Cl. with no. assist. of teachers 20 Practical classes - Professional placement - Student s own work 15 Total 75 Total number of ECTS points for the subject 2* 1. Teacher s duty hours: - participation in lectures 25 x 1 hour 25hours - participation in classes 15 x 1 hour 15hours TOTAL 40 hours 2. Student s own input: - preparation for classes 5 x 1 hour 5 hours - preparation for tests 1 x 5 hour 5 hours - preparation for the paper-based/oral exam 1 x 5 hour 5 hours - classes with no assistance of teachers 20 x 1 hour 20 hours TOTAL 3. Practical classes - practical classes under teacher s supervision preparation for tests Professional placement - professional placement under supervision of healthcare institution staff 35 hours preparation for tests - - TOTAL - 5. Duty hours and student s own work 75 hours *1 ECTS point = hours of average student s work. No. of ECTS points = 75 hours: 25 hours = 3.0 ECTS and 75hours : 30 = 2.5 ECTS (average 2 ECTS points).
4 Subject PUBLIC HEALTH symbol NS-ZP Module Social sciences symbol NS The unit in which the subject is conducted Faculty of Health Protection and Humanities Number of hours ECTS Total number of hours 100 hours Semester I II III IV V VI Number of hours Lectures 75 Classes 10 Classes with no assistance of teachers 15 3 points Study outcomes for the subject Knowledge Skills Social competences Alumnus: K_B.W20. knows basic issues connected with health insurance in Poland and in the European Union, characterizes obligatory insurance forms and chosen directions of health protection policy in Poland and in the member countries of the European Union, K_B.W24. presents origins, assumptions and tasks of public healthcare in the aspect of the system of health protection, K_B.W25. presents cultural, social, and economic conditions regarding public health, K_B.W26. knows basic terms referring to health and illness, K_B.W27.classifies factors influencing health in the individual and global perspective, K_B.W28. classifies factors influencing health in the individual and global perspective, K_B.W28. describes sensible nutrition in the light of modern scientific research, K_B.W29. characterizes the essence of disease prevention, K_B.W30. characterizes the organization of the National Health System in Poland, K_B.W31. explains the Alumnus: K_B.U20. evaluates global trends relating to health protection in the light of modern epidemiological and demographic data, K_B.U21. interprets activities in the area of health and social policy conducted by the state, K_B.U22. analyses and evaluates performance of various health care systems and identifies their sources of financing, K_B.U23. designs prophylaxis and prevention methods and forms and shapes appropriate health behaviors of various social groups, K_B.U24. controls the factors influencing the workload and causing work-related diseases and industrial accidents, K_B.U25. develops the skills connected with active jobseeking with the use of modern methods (curriculum vitae, covering letter, job interview, self-presentation), K_B.U26. conducts analysis of quality in nursing in order to perfect performance.. Alumnus: K_D.K1. systematically broadens professional knowledge aiming at perfection; K_D.K3. conscientiously and accurately performs given tasks.
5 assumptions of health education models, including family medicine and the role and tasks of nurses, K_B.W32. enumerates the principles of medical services in Poland and the countries of the European Union, K_B.W33. enumerates health hazards present in the living environment, education, and work, K_B.W34. describes the structure and functions of healthcare institutions, K_B.W35. describes the notions of: work place responsibility, duties and rights, working time, shift system, timetable, healthcare standards, procedure, and algorithm, K_B.W36. characterizes basic methods of organization of nursing work and types of documentation used at work, K_B.W37. defines notions of: workload, work-related disease, and industrial accident, K_B.W38. enumerates typical steps in job-seeking, K_B.W39. describes the stages of planning of one s work and their role in career planning, K_B.W40. defines the notions of: quality in health care and nursing, differentiates the criteria of health care and nursing. STUDY CONTENTS Lectures Public health 1.Introduction. Basic notions relating to public health in relation to individuals and groups. 2. Scope and tasks of public health and social medicine. 3. Modern strategies of health protection. 4. Agenda 21 Health Strategy in the 21st Century. 5. European programmes for public health historical background and present state. 6. National Health Programme conditions and execution. 7. Sources of financing health care. 8. Basic Health Care its place and meaning in the light of modern health policy. 9. Medical care at school as an element of public health. 10. Medical care at school as an element of public health. 11.Selected health organizations: international, national. Organization of health care 1. Basic notions from the area of management, organization of health protection, economics, and marketing.
6 Classes 2. Goals and tasks of health protection systems. 3. Systems of organization of health care in the European Union and the world. (selected examples). 4. Quality of health care services. 5. Rules governing social insurance in Poland and the countries of the European Union. 6. Organization of health protection system in Poland historical background. 7. Current legal and organizational state of the Polish health protection system. 8. Organization of health care for chosen social groups (emergency medicine, care of mothers and children, social diseases). Epidemiology 1. Goals and tasks of epidemiology. Basic notions in epidemiology. 2. Epidemiological situation in Poland and in the world. 3. Epidemiological information sources. 4. Environmental factors of population health. 5. Epidemiological research methods. 6. Epidemiology of contagious and non-contagious diseases. 7. Ways of spreading of germs and microbes. 8. Preparation of epidemiological focus and food poisoning. 9. Epidemiology of hepatitis. 10. Epidemiology of AIDS and HIV. Hygiene 1. Hygiene as science. Tasks of health protection deriving from ecological threats. 2. Air hygiene influence of air properties and pollution over health. Pollution and contamination of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. 3. Water hygiene. Quality of drinking water and health. Assessment of drinking water, interpretation of study results. 4. Soil hygiene sources of contamination and ways of their elimination. 5. Climate factors macroclimate and microclimate. Meteorological influences and human health. 6. Human hygiene: personal, sleep, rest. 7. Hygiene of food and nutrition. Nutrients. Protection of food against infecting.. 8. Work hygiene and health threats. 9. Hygiene of study and educational institutions. 10. Hygiene of elderly age. Statistics 1. Public Statistics of the Ministry of Health. 2. Subject of statistics and organization of statistic research, subject and tasks of statistics in nursing. 3. Types of statistic regularities in the aspects of: - structure, - dynamics, - regularities in time, - regularities in space. 4. Descriptive analysis of mass phenomena. 5. Probabilistic principles of statistic inference. 6. Verification (testing) of statistic hypotheses. 7. Methods of correlation and regression analysis. 8. Use of a statistic software (on the basis of Statistica software) for statistic calculations in nursing. Organization of health protection 1. Human resources management. 2. Organization of nursing teams. 3. Workload in nursing. 4. Active job seeking.
7 Classes with no assistance of teachers (Cwnaot) Study methods Form of obtaining credit Basic obligatory readings 5. Economics of health protection. Financing of health care. 6. Marketing in health protection. 7. Quality in health protection. Public health 1. Conditions of health (cultural, psychological, economic). 2. EU programmes from the area of public health from 2003 to Hygiene 1. Ergonomics and its relation to health and safety at work. 2. Threats relating to locomotion system among nurses - prevention. Organization of health protection 1. Nursing training and studies in Poland. Possibility of developing qualifications. 2. Analysis and market research. Lectures: - informative lecture, - problem based lecture, - didactive lecture, - programme method with the use of computer. Classes: - programme method with the use of computer, - group work, - didactic discussion. Classes with no assistance of teachers: - literature review, - multimedia presentation, - original work, - didactic discussion. Examination after the first semester. Obtaining credit from the classes (with obligatory attendance) is a necessary condition for being allowed to take the examination Karski J., Polityka i teoria Promocji Zdrowia. Wybrane zagadnienia. Wydanie CeDuWu Sp. z o. o. Warszawa Kubicki L., Prawo Medyczne, Wyd.Urban & Partner Wrocław 3. Czupryna A., Poździoch S., Ryś A., Włodarczyk W.C., Zdrowie Publiczne. T. I,T. II. Uniwersyteckie Wydawnictwo Medyczne Vesalius Kraków Czabanowska K., Włodarczyk C. (ed.), Zatrudnienie w zdrowiu publicznym w Europie, Wydaw. UJ, Kraków Gertig H., Duda G., Żywność a zdrowie i prawo, PZWL, Warszawa Jethon Z., Grzybowski A. (ed.), Medycyna zapobiegawcza i środowiskowa. PZWL,Warszawa Jabłoński L., Karwat I.D. (ed.), Podstawy epidemiologii ogólnej, epidemiologia chorób zakaźnych, Podręcznik dla studentów nauk medycznych i pielęgniarskich studiów licencjackich, Wyd. Czelej, Lublin Jędrychowski W., Epidemiologia. Wprowadzenie. Metody badań. PZWL, Warszawa Karski J.B. (ed.), Promocja zdrowia. IGNIS, Warszawa, Ksykiewicz-Dorota Anna (ed), Podstawy organizacji pracy pielęgniarskiej. Podręcznik dla studentów licencjackich wydziałów pielęgniarstwa oraz wydziałów nauk o zdrowiu. Czelej, Lublin Ksykiewicz - Dorota Anna (ed), Zarządzanie w pielęgniarstwie, Wyd. Czelej, Lublin Kulik T.B., Latalski M. (ed.), Zdrowie Publiczne 13. Leowski J., Polityka zdrowotna a zdrowie publiczne, Warszawa Nosko J. (ed), Ekonomika i zarządzanie w opiece zdrowotnej, Szkoła Zdrowia Publicznego. Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J Nofera, Łódź Podręcznik dla studentów i absolwentów Wydziałów Pielęgniarstwa i Nauk
8 Supplementa ry readings o Zdrowiu Akademii Medycznych. Wydawnictwo Czelej Lublin Rogala-Pawelczyk G., Odpowiedzialność zawodowa pielęgniarek i położnych. Wyd. Naczelna Izba PiP Warszawa Ślusarska B., Zarzycka D., Zahradniczek K.(ed),Podstawy pielęgniarstwa, Wyd. Czelej Zajdel J., Prawo w medycynie, Wyd. Progress Łódź Kodeks Etyki Zawodowej Pielęgniarki i Położnej RP 20. Marek Z., Błąd medyczny. Przepisy i ustawy. Wydawnictwo Medyczne. Kraków Kodeks Pracy, Kodeks Cywilny 22. Wojtczak A., Zdrowie publiczne, PZWL Stanisz A., Przystępny kurs statystyki z zastosowaniem STATISTICA PL na przykładach z medycyny, Stat Soft, Kraków Strona internetowa firmy tworzącej programy statystyczne 25. Internetowy podręcznik statystyki - Legal documents: - Ustawa z dnia 23 stycznia 2003r. o powszechnym ubezpieczeniu w Narodowym Funduszu Zdrowia, - Ustawa z dnia 15 lipca 2012r. o zawodach pielęgniarki i położnej (Dz.U Nr 174, poz.1039) - Ustawa z dnia 1 lipca 2012r. o samorządzie pielęgniarek i położnych (Dz. U Nr 174 poz. 138) - Kodeks Etyki Zawodowej Pielęgniarek i Położnych Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej, r., IV Krajowy Zjazd Pielęgniarek i Położnych, - Ustawa o działalności leczniczej, r. (Dz. U. nr 112, poz. 654). 1. Nowacki W., Wymogi Unii Europejskiej w ochronie zdrowia. Centrum Organizacji i Ekonomiki Ochrony Zdrowia, Warszawa Windak A. (red.), Kontraktowanie świadczeń zdrowotnych od teorii do praktyki. Vesalius, Kraków Włodarczyk C., Polityka zdrowotna w społeczeństwie demokratycznym. Vesalius, Kraków Włodarczyk C. W., Reforma opieki zdrowotnej w Polsce. Studium polityki zdrowotnej. Vesalius, Kraków Magazines: Problemy medycyny społecznej, Zdrowie Publiczne
9 Subject: Public health STUDENT S INPUT Form of activity Average no. of hours for the activity Number of Lectures 75 student s hours of Classes 10 work according to Classes with no. assistance of 15 study schedule teachers Practical classes - Professional placement - Student s own work 5 Total 105 TOTAL no. of ECTS ponints for the subject 3* 1. Teacher s duty hours: - participation in lectures 75 x 1 h 75 hrs - participation in classes 10 x 1 h 10 hrs TOTAL 85 hrs 2. Student s individual work: - preparation for classes test preparation kolokwium exam preparation 1 x 5 hrs 5 hrs - classes with no assistance of teachers 15 x 1 h 15 hrs TOTAL 3. Practical classes - practical classes under teacher s supervision test preparation Professional placement - professional placement under healthcare worker s supervision 20 hrs test preparation - - TOTAL - 5. Teacher s duty hours and student s own work 105 hrs *1 ECTS point = hours of student s work. Number of ECTS points = 105 hrs : 25 hrs = 4.2 ECTS points and 105hrs: 30 = 3.5 ECTS points (average 3 ECTS points)
10 Subject ENGLISH symbol NS-JA Module Social sciences symbol NS The unit in which the subject is conducted Faculty of Health Protection and Humanities Number of hours ECTS Total number of hours 120 hours Semester I II III IV V VI Number of hours Classes points Study outcomes for the subject Knowledge Skills Social competences Alumnus: K_B.W461. knows English on the B1 level according to the Common European Framework for Languages Alumnus: K_B.U33. communicates in English on the B1 level according to the Common European Framework for Languages Alumnus: K_B.K2. systematically develops knowledge and skills aiming at professionalism. Classes STUDY CONTENTS 1. Personal information, e.g.: surname, name, address, date of birth, gender, marital status, background, nationality, education, profession and job, religion, family, interests, characteristics, appearance, Introduction to professional English 2. Place of living: homes, rooms, parts of the house, equipment, furniture, comfort, electrical appliences, household, housework, renting a flat, location. Classes introducing elements of professional language. 3. Environment: neighbourhood, city, village, plants, animals, climate, weather, elements of professional language. 4. Travelling and communication: e.g. directions, means of transport, holiday, public transport, customs, accomodation, elements of professional language. 5. Nutrition, e.g.: food and drink, meals, foods, dishes, drinks, restaurant, cafe. 6. Shopping, e.g. shops, appliences, clothes, accessoriies. Classes using elements of professional English. 7. Foreign languages, e.g. communicating, elements of language, language learning and mastering language. 8. Free time and entertainmnet, e.g. laisure, interest, hobby, culture, cinems, exhibitions, media, parties. Classes introducing elements of professional English. 9. Public and private services, e.g. post, telecommunication, offices, banks and money, police, emergency services. Classes using elements of professional English. 10. Health, body, and hygiene, e.g. parts of the body, physical health, mood, hygiene, diseases and illnesses, medicine, health-care, insurance.zna, ubezpieczenia. Classes using elements of professional English. 11. Relationships and contacts, e.g. types of relations, invitations, correspondence, clubs and associations. 12. Politics and society, e.g. news, society, economy, politics, the state, international organizations, law. Classes using elements of professional English. 13. Perception and motor activity, e.g. sensual experience, movement, motor activity, and activities. 14. Work and jobs, e.g. jobs, workplaces, working conditions, pay, insurance, and social conditions, professional education and career, computers. Classes using
11 Teaching methods Assessment form (obtaining credit) Obligatory readings Supplementary readings elements of professional English. 15. Education and school, e.g. school and university, subjects, exams and degrees. Classes using elements of professional English. Classes: - programme method with the use of computer, - case study, - film, - didactic discussion, - conversation. Exam after the fourth semester. Obtaining credit from the classes (with obligatory attendance) is a necessary condition for being allowed to take the examination. 1. Christina Latham-Koenig, Clive Oxenden, Paul Seligson, English File, Oxford University Press pre-intermediate and intermediate. 2. Tony Grice, Oxford English for Careers, Nursing Maria Spada Symonds, Ros Wright, English for Nursing 2, Pearson Longman. 4. Virginia Allum i Patricia McGaar, Cambridge English for Nursing. 1. Alison Pohl, Professional English Medical, Pearson Longman.
12 Subject: English STUDENT'S INPUT Activity form Average no. of hrs. spent on the activity Number of Lectures - student s hours of Classes 120 work according to Classes with no assistance of - study schedule teachers Practical classes - Professional placement - Student s own work 20 Total 140 Total no. of ECTS points for the subject 4* 1. Teacher s duty hours: - participation in lectures participation in classes 120 x 1 h 120 hrs TOTAL 120 hrs 2. Student s individual work: - preparation for classes 10 x 1 h 10 hrs - test preparation preparation for the exam 1 x 10 hrs 10 hrs - activities with no assistance of teachers - - TOTAL 20 hrs 3. Practical classes - practical classes under teacher s supervision test preparation Professional placement - professional placement under healthcare worker s supervision test preparation - - TOTAL - 5. Teacher s duty hours and student s own work altogether 140 hrs *1 ECTS point = hrs of student s work. Number of ECTS points = 140 hrs.: 25 hrs = 5.6 ECTS points and 140 hrs: 30 = 4.6 ECTS points (average 4 ECTS points).
13 STUDY IN THE AREA OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING Subject FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING symbol POP-PP Module Study in the area of the fundamentals of nursing symbol POP The unit in which the subject is conducted Faculty of Health Protection and Humanities Number of hours ECTS Total number of hours 485 hrs Semester I II III IV V VI Number of hours Lectures Classes Practical classes Professional placement Classes with no assistance of teachers points Study outputs for the subject Knowledge Skills Social competences Alumnus: K_C.W1. describes the factors corresponding to the development of nursing (past, present, future) in reference to transformation of healthcare. K_C.W2. describes the notion of contemporary nursing in the theoretical and practical dimension and the process of its professionalization. K_C.W3. defines nursing and understands the role of supporting, helping and accompanying. K_C.W4. characterizes the role and functions of a nurse and the role of patient in healthcare, K_C.W5. describes the process of nursing (notion, stages, rules) and primary nursing (notion, distinction) and the influence of traditional nursing over nursing practice, K_C.W6. knows and uses diagnose classifications, K_C.W7. describes the notion of nursing based on the Alumnus: K_C.U1. suggests the model of nursing and uses chosen theories in practice, K_C.U2. gathers information via interview, observation, direct and indirect measurements (scales), document analysis, physical testing to identify patient s condition and prepare nursing diagnosis, K_C.U3. performs diagnostic tests to mark ketone bodies and glucose in blood and urine, and cholesterol in blood, as well as strip tests, K_C.U4. uses glucometer to identify glycemia, K_C.U5. prepares goals and plan of healthcare over an ill and disables person, K_C.U6. plans and performs nursing care together with the patient and the family, K_C.U7. monitors conditions of patients in every phase of hospital stay and in other healthcare institutions, i.e. pulse, blood pressure, breathing, consciousness, Alumnus: K_D.K1. respects dignity and autonomy of patients, K_D.K2. systematically develops professional knowledge and skills, aiming at professionalism, K_D.K3. cares for the values, duties, and ethics in nursing, K_D.K4. shows moral responsibility for the human beings and activities, K_D.K5. obeys patient's rights, K_D.K6. conscientiously and accurately performs professional duties, K_D.K7. respects professional secret, K_D.K10. shows empathy in relations with patients and their families, as well as with co-workers.
14 assumptions of F. Nightingale, V. Henderson, D. Orem, C. Roy i B. Neuman and other classic theories of nursing, K_C.W8. knows the role nurses in interdisciplinary teams in health promotion, prevention, diagnosing, treatment, and rehabilitation, K_C.W9. explains the scope of nursing activities according to the patient s condition, including bedridden patient, patient with pain, fever, sleeping disorders, K_C.W10. knows the tasks of nurses taking care of healthy patient, health-risk, and ill patient, K_C.W11. characterizes conditions of work and professional tasks of a nurse, K_C.W12. describes the notions, goal, indications, contraindication, threats, rules and structure of basic nursing activities. weight, and height, K_C.U8. performs current and final evaluation of patient s condition and the efficacy of nursing activities, K_C.U9. stores medicines according to standards, K_C.U10. distributes medicine in different ways, according to doctor s prescription and calculates doses of medicine, K_C.U11. helps the patient in eating, excreting, moving, and taking care of personal hygiene, K_C.U12. takes care of patient s skin and mucous membranes with pharmacological medication and medical materials, K_C.U13. chooses technique and ways of dressing wounds, including bandage, K_C.U14. uses different techniques of feeding the patient, K_C.U15. performs intrarectal procedures enema, drip feed, dry-tube, K_C.U16. installs catheter, diuresis, removes catheter, performs bladder lavage, K_C.U17. positions the patient on bed in different positions and changes the positions, K_C.U18. performs breathing exercises and drainage, inhalation, K_C.U19. performs embrocating, patting and other massage techniques active and passive, K_C.U20. provides safe surrounding for the patient, K_C.U21. provides conditions for sleep and rest, K_C.U22. performs rinsing of eyes and ears, K_C.U23. installs and attends drip feeds, K_C.U24. installs probe in the stomach, K_C.U25. performs antiphlogistic procedures, K_C.U26. installs and removes
15 Lectures catheters in veins, K_C.U27. monitors, evaluates, and maintains central venous catheter area, K_C.U28. performs pulse oximetry and capnography, K_C.U29. assists doctors in diagnostic tests: puncture of abdominal cavity, pleura, drawing marrow and lumbar puncture, K_C.U30. collects samples for laboratory tests, K_C.U31. performs neonate bath and monitors development, K_C.U32. prepares oneself and equipment for instrumenting and dressing change, K_C.U33. prepares documentation of nursing care, including nursing history, observation chart, fever card, report book, the card of bedsore prevention and treatment, K_C.U34. checks procedures in the card of doctor s orders, K_C.U35. helps patients in adapting to hospital conditions and other health institutions. TEACHING CONTENTS 1. Development of terminology, fundamentals of nursing and obstetrics objectives and tasks. 2. Origin of nursing, staff, changes in nomenclature. 3. Stages of development of nursing in history in the world, Europe, and Poland. 4. Characteristics of main trends in medicine: - Antiquity - Middle Ages - nursing in the Renaissance (humanism), Enlightenment (progress in medicine an nursing). - nursing and nursing practices in the 19th and 20th century modern nursing the beginning of nursing activity in domestic, working, and school environment. 5. First organized forms of training of nurses, requirements, first textbooks. 6. Profiles of nursing profession pioneers and their contribution to the development of nursing review and analysis of literature, relevance of concepts. 7. Rise and development of associations and professional organizations global, European, national and their cooperation. 8. Creation of ethical codes for nurses. 9. Rise and development of lay education, professional etiquette. 10. Higher education in the world and in Poland historical background. Rise and development of specialties practice in therapy and preventive treatment. 11. Social and legal factors in the development of nursing in Poland. 12. Essence of contemporary nursing. Ways of development and perspectives. 13. Profesionalization. Nursing as a profession, science, art in the light of the
16 Classes development factors. 14. Professional functions of nurses. Cooperation in teams on the basis of qualifications, competences, and responsibility. Role of nurses in treatment, diagnosis, and rehabilitation. 15. Individual model of nursing care based on the nursing process and primary nursing. Diagnosis classification of ICNP. 16. Selected nursing theories: models of Florence Nightingale, Dorothy Orem, Virginia Henderson, Calista Roy, Madelaine Leiniger, Betty Newman. 17. The needs of the healthy and ill. Specification of care over particular groups of patients. Care over immobilized patients, patient with pain, fever, sleeplessness. 1. Introduction to classes in the nursing laboratory. Hygienic hand washing. 2. Basics of dressing. Technique of dressing lower and higher extremities. 3. Dressing the chest, stomach, and head. 4. Preparation of beds for patients. Bed equipment, bed hygiene. 5. Technique and rules of making empty bed. 6. Technique and rules of makeing a bed with patient. Help to the patient in moving around bed. 7. Technique and rules of changing bed-sheets on an empty bed and a bed with patient. 8. Technique and rules of changing underware. Technique and rules of changing underware of unconscious patients and the patients in forced postions. 9. Evaluation of patient s skin. Hygiene of the whole patient s body. Technique and rules of toileting in bed and bath. 10. Hygiene of oral cavity. Technique and rules. 11. Hygiene of the head and hair. Technique and rules. 12. Elements of nursing children. Technique and rules of changing diapers, carrying and placing children. Technique of positioning during feeding, weight and length measurement, circumference of heat, centile ranks. 13. Evaluantion of the condition of adults and children: - antropometric measurements (weight, height, circumference), - life parameters (temperature, breathing, pulse, blood pressure) Tools of evaluation centile ranks, BMI 14. Evaluation of consciousness, sight, and hearing. 15. Evaluation of patient s activity. Help in maintaining physical activity. Positioning, convenience, passive and active exercises. Moving and trasporting patients with and without equipment. 16. Results of patient s immobilization. Methods of evaluation of bedsores. Bedsore prevention. 17. Technique and rules of anti-flammatory procedures. Using heat, cold, cooling baths, Solux lamp. 18. Technique and rules of cupping. 19. Methods of aiding breathing: breathing exercises, coughing exercises, drainage. Toilet of bronchial tree. Taking samples of expectoration and swab, PEF. 20. Ways of dispensing medicine documentation, preparation of the medicine tray and trolley. Dispensing orally and rectally. 21. Dispensing medicine through the skin and mucous membranes. Baths. 22. Dispensing medicine through the respiratory system. 23. Dispensing medicine through tissues. 24. Injection types. Manipulating disposable equipment. 25. Technique and rules of dispensing medicine intramuscularly. Dosing. 26. Technique and rules of dispensing medicine subdermally. 27. Technique and rules of dispensing medicine intradermally. Allergic testing. 28. Injecting veins. Taking blood samples. 29. Proper blood parameters. Marking ESR and glucose. 30. Cannulation of veins. Taking care of and observing vein catheter.
17 Classes with no assistance of teachers Practical classes Professional placement 31. Rules of dosing blood and blood-derived preparation. Types of blood-derived preparations. Blood-donors. 32. Helping patients with nutrition. Feeding. Stomach tube. Stomach pumping. Feeding through the tube and fistula. 33. Helping patients with excretory activity. Enema, intrarectal tube. 34. Rules and techniques of installing conduit bag. 35. Taking excrement samples. 36. Helping patients in urinating. Provoking procedures and catheter installing. 37. Assisting in pleura and peritoneum puncture, sternum and loin canal. 38. Preparation of tools and dressing for sterilization techniques and control. 39. Surgical hand washing technique. Wearing gloves and apron. 40. Types of dressing. Preparation of the dressing table. 1. Image of a patients with various disorders. 2. Preparing nursing diagnosis. 3. Evaluation of patient s health on the basis of individual case study. 1. Organization of stationary care over the patient. Services. Hospital structure (treatment, diagnostic, and technical division). Admission procedure. 2. Communication with patients, their families, coworkers. Patient s rights. 3. Individual and collective hospital documentation. Information range. 4. Collecting data through observation, interview, direct measurements (pulse, breathing, blood pressure), analysis of medical documents. 5. Preparation of nursing diagnosis. 6. Hospital infections prevention. Disposable equipment handling. 7. Nurse s contribution to the process of treatment: - dipensing medicine orally, - injections. 8. Nurse s contribution to the diagnostic process: - taking samples - taking swabs. 9. Nurse s contribution to the rehabilitation process: - positioning and providing comfort, - preventing bedsores. 10. Cooperation in therapeutic teams. Range of competences and responsibility. Communication in teams. 1. Hospital infections prevention. 2. Nurse s contribution to the process of treatment: - dipensing medicine orally, - injections. 3. Evaluation of patient s condition through nursing. 4. Nurse s contribution to the diagnostic process: - taking samples - taking swabs. 5. Evaluation of patient s condition through nursing. 6. Nurse s contribution to the rehabilitation process: - positioning and providing comfort, - preventing bedsores. 7. Evaluation of patient s condition through nursing. 8. Cooperation in therapeutic teams. Range of competences and responsibility. Communication in teams.
18 Teaching methods Form of obtaining credit Obligatory readings Supplementa ry readings Lectures: - informative lecture, - problem-based lecture, - didactic discussion, - programme method aided by computer. Classes: - programme method aided by computer, - phantom and model presentation, - film, - didactic discussion. Classes with no assistance of teachers: - literature review, - multimedia presentation, - didactic discussion. Practical classes: - practical classes in the didactic unit, - introductory, current, and final instruction, - didactic discussion, - seminar. Professional placement: - professional placement in didactic units, - introductory, current, and final instruction, - didactic discussion, - seminar. Examination after the second semester. Obtaining credit from the classes (with obligatory attendance) is a necessary condition for being allowed to take the examination. 1. Ciechaniewicz W., (red.) Ćwiczenia. Tom I i II,Wyd. Lek. PZWL, Warszawa Górajek-Jóźwik J., Humeniku E., Filozofie i teorie pielęgnowania, Wydawnictwo Czelej, Lublin Górajek-Jóźwik J., Wprowadzenie do diagnozy pielęgniarskiej, PZWL, Warszawa Poznańska S., Płaszewska-Żywko L.,Wybrane modele pielęgniarstwa. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków Ciechaniewicz W., Grochans E., Łoś E., Wstrzyknięcia śródskórne, podskórne, domięśniowe i dożylne, Wyd. PZWL, Warszawa Chrząszczewska A., Bandażowanie, Wyd. PZWL, Warszawa Hildebrand N., Iniekcje, infuzje, pobieranie krwi, Wyd. Medyczne Urban & Partner, Wrocław Kózka M. Płaszewka-Żywko L., Diagnozy i interwencje pielęgniarskie, Wyd. PZWL, Warszawa Kózka M. Płaszewska- Żywko L., Procedury pielęgniarskie, Wyd. PZWL, Warszawa Ślusarska B., Zarzycka D., Zahradniczek K. (red). Podstawy pielęgniarstwa, Wydawnictwo Czelej, Lublin Zahradniczek K.( red.), Pielęgniarstwo, Wyd. Lek. PZWL, Warszawa Krajewska Kułak E., Rolka H., Jankowiak B., Standardy i procedury pielęgnowania chorych w stanach zagrożenia życia, PZWL, Warszawa, Kózka M., Płaszewska-Żywko L., Procedury pielęgniarskie, PWZL, Warszawa Kózka M. (red.) Stany zagrożenia życia. Wybrane standardy opieki i procedury postępowania pielęgniarskiego, Wyd. UJ. Kraków 2001
19 3. Majda A., Zalewska-Puchała J., Ogórek-Tęcza B., Pielęgniarstwo transkulturowe, PWZL, Warszawa Wrońska I., Krajewska-Kułak E. (red),wybrane zagadnienia z pielęgniarstwa europejskiego, Wyd. Czelej Brzeziński T. (red.) Historia medycyny, PZWL, Warszawa Kaniewska Iżycka J., Rozwój pielęgniarstwa do roku Materiały pomocnicze do historii zawodu, CMDNŚSM, Warszawa Poznańska S., Pielęgniarstwo wczoraj i dziś, PZWL, Warszawa Urbanek B., Idea opieki nad chorym na ziemiach polskich , Wyd.Arboretum, Warszawa Urbanek B., Pielęgniarki i sanitariuszki w Powstaniu Warszawskim 1944, PWN, Warszawa 1998
20 Subject: Fundamentals of nursing STUDENT S INPUT Activity form Average no. of hrs. spent on the activity Number of Lectures 55 student s hours of Classes 200 work according to Classes with no assistance of 30 study schedule teachers Practival classes 80 Professional placement 120 Student s own work 50 Total 535 Total number of ECTS points for the subject 17* 1. Teacher s duty hours: - participation in lectures 55 x 1 h 55hrs - participation in classes 200 x 1 h 200 hrs TOTAL 255 hrs 2. Students own input: - preparation for classes 15 x 1 h 15 hrs - preparation for tests 1 x 10 hrs 20 hrs - exam preparation 1 x 10 hrs 15 hrs - classes with no assistance of teachers 30 x 1 h 30 hrs TOTAL 80 hrs 3. Practical classes - practicals classes under teacher s supervision 80x1h 80 hrs 4. Professional placement - professional placement under supervision of healthcare institution staff 120x1h 120 hrs TOTAL 5. Duty hours and student s own work 535 *1 ECTS point = hours of average student s work. Number of ECTS points = 540 hrs: 25 hrs = 21,0 ECTS i 540 hrs: 30 = 18,0 ECTS (average 17 ECTS points) Number of ECTS points for the subject: - Theoretical classes 10 ECTS, - practical classes 4 ECTS - Professional placement 3 ECTS 200hrs