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Degree Programme in Nursing

Degree:
Bachelor of Social Services and Health Care

Degree title:
Bachelor of Health Care

Credits:
210 ects

Name of the Degree Programme

Degree Programme in Nursing

Field of study

Health and welfare
The classification of the educational field is based on the international ISCED classification used by the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Qualification awarded

- Bachelor of Health Care, Registered Nurse

Level of qualification

The degree programme leads to a higher education degree which is a first cycle Bachelor-level degree in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). According to the eight-level classification of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and National Qualifications Framework (NQF), the degree represents level 6.
The description of the level of the Degree is included in the Statute, at
http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/alkup/2017/20170120

Specific admission requirements

Eligibility for studies at a university of applied sciences is stipulated in the Universities of Applied Sciences Act 932/2014.

The selection criteria are specified in the data of the Degree Programme at www.opintopolku.fi and www.seamk.fi/haku


On the websites, application and instructions are in Finnish language for the degree programmes taught in Finnish.

Qualification requirements and regulations (incl. graduation requirements)

Please see the Degree Regulations of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Students must obtain the grade pass or a numerical grade for all studies in the degree programme, including those obtained through recognition of prior learning.

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Structure of the studies

In accordance with the Universities of Applied Sciences Act, the studies of a Degree Programme consist of basic studies, professional studies, practical training promoting professional skills, free elective studies, and a final project/thesis.

The nursing education (210 credits) contains Basic Studies common to all in SeAMK 20 credits. Basic studies on Social and Health Care 10 credits (Autumn 2021 8 cr. Free-Choice Studies 5 credits (Autumn 4 cr), Profession- Spesific Nursing Studies 175 (Autumn 178 cr) credits, which contain Practical Training 75 credits and Bachelor`s Thesis and Maturity 15 credits.

Students complete 60 credits per academic year. Students have a possibility to apply for the interdisciplinary studies in the FramiPro learning environment offered to all students of Seinäjoki UAS. FramiPro studies mainly involve working life projects undertaken during the third year.
In the nursing education the student can study multi-field and -professional studies also in the practical training od projects and in the international studies.

The curriculum includes five seams permeating through the studies and extending over them. They are based on SeAMK’s reports, studies and strategy, as well as on the national and international recommendations and regulations related to education provided by universities of applied sciences.

- The Information Search seam strengthens the student’s professional and field-specific information search skills throughout the studies.

The basis of the nursing education is evidence-based learning, which is one of the central red lines. Information seeking and using are the essential parts in this learning process in the all studies.


-The Internationalization seam secures the improvement of the student’s international competencies during their studies.

The Nurse`s profession is international, therefore in the contents of the education there are multiculturalism, the meeting of the people from the different cultures, teaching and learning in the foreign languages, international exchange periods abroad, acting as a international tutor, home internationalization

- The studies corresponding to the Entrepreneurship seam help the student understand the central and growing role of entrepreneurship in society.

Acting according the principles of Entrepreneurship has an important part in the nurse`s profession. In the contents of studies there are internal and external Entrepreneurship and also economic thinking, which support the nurse`s Entrepreneurship. During the renewing of the structures of health and social services we have to account the private sector and voluntary organizations as the producers of the services in the contents of the studies.

- The Sustainable Development seam makes the student aware of social responsibility and helps them understand the diversity of sustainable development as a working life skill.

In the different phases of the education in the connections with different courses students learn about the sustainable development from different point of view.

- The seam of Career Guidance helps the student recognise their competencies and own strengths. It also includes working life knowledge, job search skills, and lifelong learning.

The model of the career development is implementing clearly in the study courses of Nurse`s/Public Health Nurse`s Profession and career development

Students have the opportunity to include multidisciplinary, working life-oriented project studies in their personal curricula (FramiPro).

Learning outcomes

The aims of the nursing education are based on the national Nurse`s professional competences goals, which have been described in the general part of the curricula

Profile of the programme

The purpose of the Degree Programme in Nursing is to train experts of nursing , whose work is based on evidence-based multi-disciplinary knowledge, extensive nursing/public health nursing competence and high ethical standards. Registered Nurses (UAS) are qualified to examine, evaluate and develop their nursing competence, professional work, work community and professional field. They plan, implement and develop nursing and public health nursing in national and international contexts.

Registered Nurses (UAS) are licensed to practise professional nursing. The training abides by the directives of the European Council pertaining to the education of nurses responsible for general care.

Registered nurses work as independent experts of nursing in primary health care, specialised medical services, social services and in the private and third sectors. They support, nurse and counsel healthy and ill individuals of all ages, families, groups, and communities. Nurses implement and develop evidence-based nursing/public health nursing to promote and maintain their patients' health, to prevent and cure illness, to ensure rehabilitation and to implement medical care prescribed.

Generic and subject specifc competences

Competencies are extensive knowledge entities, or combinations of the individual’s knowledge, skills, and attitudes. They describe qualifications, performance potential, and the ability to cope with professional duties.

Common/general competencies are fields of know-how common to different Degree Programmes, but their special characteristics and importance may vary between professions and work assignments. General competencies form the basis for professional activities, cooperation, and the development of expertise. According to Arene’s (Rectors' Conference of Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences) recommendations, general competencies include learning skills, ethical competence, cooperation skills, innovation skills, and internationalization skills. In addition to the above-mentioned competencies, entrepreneurial skills and quality management skills are emphasized in the degree studies of SeAMK as competencies common to all.

Degree programme-specific competencies form the basis for the development of the student’s professional expertise.

Pedagogical approach and learning environment

Teaching in the Degree Programme in Nursing follows the socio-constructivism theory of learning. Various kind of the student-centered, experiential, individual and collaborative learning methods enhance the student’s evidence-based learning. As learning methods there are different methods: theory-lessons, digital learning-platforms, skills-labs, simulation exercises and other exercises. The web-based learning supports the development of the nursing competence.

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning (RPL)

The RPL procedure means the identification and recognition of the student’s previously acquired learning. The student has the opportunity to apply for the recognition of their competencies if the competencies correspond to the learning goals of the Degree Programme. The identification process is closely connected with the preparation of the student’s personal curriculum and is updated during personal counselling discussions.

The identification and recognition practices are presented in the RPL Instruction of SeAMK. It specifies how recognition of competencies is applied for, how the application is processed, and how the student is informed of it. The instruction lists the RPL contact persons of each Degree Programme, who counsel students on matters related to the process.

In the assessment of prior learning, for example the following evidence is used:

– certificates on training programmes with similar content and other training programmes
– testimonials and further clarifications by an employer
– interviews of the student
– written and oral exams or reports
– functional or written assignments or other evidence
– presentations, portfolios

The final project/thesis and the Maturity Test cannot be submitted to the RPL procedure.

In the Degree Programme in Nursing the recognition of prior learning (RPL, or AHOT in Finnish) is based on the general and profession-specified (Registered Nurse and Registered Public Health Nurse) competences. The student can apply for the recognition of prior learning according to the instructions provided. The members of the OT-team in the DP in Nursing are Raija Palo, Head of DP in Nursing and Study counsellor Tarja Knuuttila and expert teachers id needed.

The Study Counsellor describe the process of the recognition of prior learning at the beginning of the first semester. The student evaluates her/his own competences, comparing them to the objectives of the study course or module. She/he collects all the documents needed during this process. The student must also provide a description, where she/he argues for her/his own competences compared to the objectives of the study course or module. The student must send all the electronic documents concerning the recognition of prior learning to the Study Counsellor.

Having received the application and documentary evidence, the Study Counsellor will contact a lecturer in charge of the course. The lecturer will examine the documents, decide about demonstration of competence, assess the evidence by comparing it to desired learning outcomes as defined for the Degree Programme. Study Counsellor presents a suggestion to the Head of the DP on whether to recognize the student’s prior learning or not. After the final decision, the lecturer will enter the credits onto the Winha registration system. If the course is taught by a visiting lecturer, the RPL team will be responsible for the assessment and decision-making.

Students can ask for exemption from studies of the ongoing semester by applying for recognition of their previous learning by September 30 during the autumn semester and by January 31 during the spring semester.

The RPL decisions are subject to current guidelines on outdated studies and appeal practices, given in the Degree Regulations of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. The studies that remain outside the RPL practice are defined for each field of study and each degree programme separately.

Work-based learning and work placements

In the nursing education the student carries out after the EU- directives demandings (90 op) 75 credits practical training periods in the health care and social services and
working-life based final thesis 15 credits.

The student’s salaried work during their studies and the competencies achieved through it can be used in order to complete a course. This is referred to as employment-integrated learning, and it can also be related to voluntary work or hobbies. It is essential that the things learnt through working contribute to the attainment of the learning goals of the course. Learning achieved through employment-integrated learning can be verified, for instance, through skills demonstrations and assignments.

Occupational profiles

Key competences in nursing involve promoting the health of individuals, families, communities and environment; prevention of illness; planning, implementation and evaluation of client-centred nursing and clinical nursing expertise. Other key competences involve client and patient counselling and teaching, and ability to work in multi-professional teams. Finally, the key competences involve use and command over nursing scientific research and evidence-based knowledge as well as nursing management and quality management.
After completing the vocational language studies the student is able to communicate in spoken and written situations related to his field of study. He can search for information and follow the development of his professional field in the target language.

Internationalization

International student and teacher mobility is implemented through exchange programmes and collaborative networks. The most important mobility programmes are Erasmus+, North-South-South, Nordplus and programmes implemented by CIMO. It is our goal to increase the volume of student and teacher mobility and to improve the contents of the international experience to meet the development needs of the Degree Programme.

Concrete development areas involve creating a network of expert lecturers together with partner universities and to make it possible for students to undertake theoretical studies in the target country. We will also increase and develop the volume and content of international intensive courses and increase students’ possibilities to write their Bachelor’s Theses in cooperation with international partners.

Students will be encouraged to collaborate with immigrants and international students by awarding credit points for these activities within the framework of Free-Choice Studies Students are also encouraged to take part in international exchage programmes.

As regards the curriculum, our goal is to develop joint theoretical and practical studies for Finnish and international students. Our goal is to assure that international and multi-cultural dimensions are visible in the studies. Much of the study material and virtual learning environments are in foreign languages.

Access to further studies

Upon completion of the programme and after three years of work experience, students are eligible to begin second cycle (master level) studies. The receiving higher education institution determines acceptance into the programme. Universities of Applied Sciences offer a number of second cycle degrees. e.g. Registered Nurse (UAS Master's Degree).

Graduation requirements

Please see the Degree Regulations of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences and instructions for graduates at Intra.

Mode of study

Theoretical studies and simulation and lab excersises mostly take place during the day-time between 8-18 o`clock. Students will be informed of studies undertaken at other times. Regular attendance and participation is expected and students must complete their learning assignments in time. The practical training periods included in the education will partly run in three shifts in the home country or abroad, depending on the nature of the nursing area. Theoretical and lab skills studies and practical training periods can also be undertaken in projects.

Student-centred, multi-form learning methods are applied. Regular attendance and participation is expected in theoretical studies and simulation and lab excersises. Part of the studies are implemented independently, as individual work, in small groups or online. To be able to graduate in time, students are expected to follow the study programmes planned for each academic year, to regularly attend and participate in all classroom activity and to complete all learning assignments in time.

Head of degree programme

Marja-Kristiina Store; kristiina.store@seamk.fi

Student counsellor

virpi.salo@seamk.fi

Coordination of international mobility

Tiina Välimäki, 040-830 4127, tiina.valimaki(at)seamk.fi, Coordinator, Outgoing student exchanges to Europe
Maria Loukola, 040-830 2240, maria.loukola(at)seamk.fi, Coordinator, Incoming and outgoing student exchanges outside Europe

Student services

Tel. +358 20 124 5055, studentservices@seamk.fi

Degree Programme in Nursing, Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing, Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing, Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing, Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing,Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing,Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing,Multimodal implementation

Degree Programme in Nursing, Multimodal implementation

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

05.09.2022 - 30.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pasi Alanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
  • Tiina Koskela
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student
-knows how to meet clients, families and community members as an expert of one's own life.
-is able to treat clients/patients with respect, as an active agent during the care.
-is able to communicate in a professional and therapeutic context with clients and family members of various ages.
-can evaluate and develop his/her interaction and co-operation skills.

Content

The individual, family and community as a client
Interaction and cooperation skills
Professional and therapeutic interaction
Care delivery models, working in pairs and teams
Networking skills
Participation in classes

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her course of action accordingly.
-is able to act in individual interaction and co-operation situations according to instructions.
-knows how to use a client-centered approach and how to act as a member of a team.
-participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors in a professional manner, observing equality principles.
-examines his/her strengths and development needs in relation to client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-examines strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-actively participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors and explain the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-develops client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-assess strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, develops his/her skills and adapts his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-is able to contribute to the work of various teams in a client-centered professional manner.
-assumes responsibility for the learning process and sharing of knowledge among peers.
-actively works with various actors and explains the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-actively develops himself/ herself and client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in interaction and has co-operation skills, but does not seek to develop himself/herself or to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is not able to act in a professional manner in interaction and co-operation situations.
-is not able to follow instructions to demonstrate client-centered professional competence.
-does not participate in the learning process nor shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-does not want to or does not know how to work with various actors in a a professional manner, considering equality principles.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

05.09.2022 - 30.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Niina Keskinen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student
-knows how to meet clients, families and community members as an expert of one's own life.
-is able to treat clients/patients with respect, as an active agent during the care.
-is able to communicate in a professional and therapeutic context with clients and family members of various ages.
-can evaluate and develop his/her interaction and co-operation skills.

Content

The individual, family and community as a client
Interaction and cooperation skills
Professional and therapeutic interaction
Care delivery models, working in pairs and teams
Networking skills
Participation in classes

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her course of action accordingly.
-is able to act in individual interaction and co-operation situations according to instructions.
-knows how to use a client-centered approach and how to act as a member of a team.
-participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors in a professional manner, observing equality principles.
-examines his/her strengths and development needs in relation to client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-examines strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-actively participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors and explain the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-develops client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-assess strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, develops his/her skills and adapts his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-is able to contribute to the work of various teams in a client-centered professional manner.
-assumes responsibility for the learning process and sharing of knowledge among peers.
-actively works with various actors and explains the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-actively develops himself/ herself and client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in interaction and has co-operation skills, but does not seek to develop himself/herself or to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is not able to act in a professional manner in interaction and co-operation situations.
-is not able to follow instructions to demonstrate client-centered professional competence.
-does not participate in the learning process nor shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-does not want to or does not know how to work with various actors in a a professional manner, considering equality principles.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student
-knows how to meet clients, families and community members as an expert of one's own life.
-is able to treat clients/patients with respect, as an active agent during the care.
-is able to communicate in a professional and therapeutic context with clients and family members of various ages.
-can evaluate and develop his/her interaction and co-operation skills.

Content

The individual, family and community as a client
Interaction and cooperation skills
Professional and therapeutic interaction
Care delivery models, working in pairs and teams
Networking skills
Participation in classes

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her course of action accordingly.
-is able to act in individual interaction and co-operation situations according to instructions.
-knows how to use a client-centered approach and how to act as a member of a team.
-participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors in a professional manner, observing equality principles.
-examines his/her strengths and development needs in relation to client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-examines strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, seeks to develop his/her skills and to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-actively participates in the learning process and shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-knows how to work with various actors and explain the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-develops client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-assess strengths and weaknesses in his/her interaction and co-operation skills, develops his/her skills and adapts his/her action accordingly.
-is competent to act in interaction and co-operation situations, using a client-centered approach.
-is able to contribute to the work of various teams in a client-centered professional manner.
-assumes responsibility for the learning process and sharing of knowledge among peers.
-actively works with various actors and explains the reasons for one's actions in a professional manner, considering equality principles.
-actively develops himself/ herself and client-centered professional competence.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-recognizes strengths and weaknesses in interaction and has co-operation skills, but does not seek to develop himself/herself or to adapt his/her action accordingly.
-is not able to act in a professional manner in interaction and co-operation situations.
-is not able to follow instructions to demonstrate client-centered professional competence.
-does not participate in the learning process nor shares knowledge with his/her peers.
-does not want to or does not know how to work with various actors in a a professional manner, considering equality principles.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Anatomy and physiology: Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature:
Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan
or Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia
or Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Remote and video lectures, independent studying in Moodle.

Exam schedules

Two exams in EXAM room or in Moodle. Retake in EXAM room.

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems

Part 2: The urinary system, The musculoskeletal system, nervous and hormonal regulation

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam (1-5)

Assignments (pass/fail)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Anatomy and physiology: Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature: Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan or Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia or Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studying, learning tasks and exercises

Exam schedules

Two exams in the EXAM room or moodle. Retake also in the EXAM room.

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems

Part 2: The urinary system, The musculoskeletal system, nervous and hormonal regulation

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam (1-5)

Assignments (pass/fail)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

12.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
  • Riku Uusi-Jaakkola
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature:
Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan
TAI Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia
TAI Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent and team studying, learning tasks and exercises

Exam schedules

Two EXAM-tests or Moodle-exams. Retakes in the EXAM-room.

Student workload

Anatomy and physiology: Contact lessons 30h, tests 4h, the rest of the allocated time is for independent studying

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin,the circulatory, respiratory, digestive and urinary systems

Part 2: Musculoskeletal system, nervous system and endocrine system.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation in lectures, assignments (pass/fail), exam (1-5)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 15.01.2023

Timing

16.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
  • Riku Uusi-Jaakkola
Student groups
  • SH23K

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature:
Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan
TAI Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia
TAI Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent and team studying, learning tasks and exercises

Exam schedules

Two EXAM-tests or Moodle-exams. Retakes in the EXAM-room.

Student workload

Anatomy and physiology: Contact lessons 30h, tests 4h, the rest of the allocated time is for independent studying

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin,the circulatory, respiratory, digestive and urinary systems

Part 2: Musculoskeletal system, nervous system and endocrine system.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation in lectures, assignments (pass/fail), exam (1-5)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.01.2023

Timing

23.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
  • Riku Uusi-Jaakkola
Student groups
  • TH23

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature:
Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan
TAI Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia
TAI Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent and team studying, learning tasks and exercises

Exam schedules

Two EXAM-tests or Moodle-exams. Retakes in the EXAM-room.

Student workload

Anatomy and physiology: Contact lessons 30h, tests 4h, the rest of the allocated time is for independent studying

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin,the circulatory, respiratory, digestive and urinary systems

Part 2: Musculoskeletal system, nervous system and endocrine system.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation in lectures, assignments (pass/fail), exam (1-5)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 29.01.2023

Timing

30.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna Rauha
  • Riku Uusi-Jaakkola
Student groups
  • MSH23K

Objective

The student is able to
-define and use terms and concepts related to anatomy and physiology.
-design the structures of the body in Finnish and Latin.
-explain the structure and function of organs and organ systems and their role in the functioning of the human body.
-explain the mechanisms of regulating the body's functions.

Content

Cell and tissues: basic structure and function of cells, tissue types and their properties.
Nervous system: main features of nervous tissue, parts of the nervous system and their structure, nervous regulation.
Endocrine system: structure and function, key hormones and their function, hormonal regulation, connection to neural regulation.
The immune system: the basics of the immune system's functions, structure and function.
Musculoskeletal system: main features of bone and muscle tissue, large bones of the body, different types of joints and their function, superficial muscles of the body, functions of the musculoskeletal system.
Cardiovascular system and blood: circulatory structures and function, cardiovascular functions, blood pressure, basics of circulatory function control, blood cells and blood composition, blood clotting process, fetal and neonatal circulation, lymphatic system connection to bloodstream, blood circulation to heat control.
Respiratory system: structure and function of the respiratory system, connection to the circulatory system, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the respiratory system, basics of breathing control and respiratory flow.
Digestive system and energy metabolism: structures and function of the digestive system, nutrients and their digestion, energy metabolism and its regulation.
Urinary excretion and fluid balance: structure and function of the kidneys and urinary tract, regulation of fluid balance, involvement of the kidneys and lungs in regulating the acid-base balance of the body.
The senses: the basic structure and function of the sensory organs, the transmission and interpretation of the senses.
Reproduction: structure and function of female and male genitals, production of ova and sperm, menstrual cycle, basics of conception, progression of pregnancy and childbirth.

Materials

Anatomy and physiology: Study material in Moodle, Visible Body 3D atlas

Literature: Leppäluoto, J., Rintamäki, H., Vakkuri, O. 2019. Anatomia ja fysiologia Rakenteesta toimintaan or Nienstedt, W. ym. 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia or Sand, O., Sjaastad, Ö. V., Haug, E. 2016. Ihminen - fysiologia ja anatomia.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studying, learning tasks and exercises. Opportunity to do partially online.

Exam schedules

Two exams in the EXAM room or moodle. Retake also in the EXAM room.

Content scheduling

Part 1: Cells, tissues, the skin, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems

Part 2: The urinary system, The musculoskeletal system, nervous and hormonal regulation

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is able to use the most relevant terminology of anatomy and physiology.
-is able to name the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain the basics of their functioning.
-is able to explain the basics of organ function in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the mechanisms of body regulation in general.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately.
-is able to name and explain the structures, organs and organ systems of the body.
-is able to explain the importance of organ systems in the functioning of the human body.
-is able to describe the body's mechanisms of regulation in a versatile manner.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-can use the terminology of anatomy and physiology appropriately and versatile.
-can describe in detail the structures, organs and organ systems of the body and explain their activities in a comprehensive manner.
-is able to thoroughly explain the role of organ systems in the functioning of the human body and is able to integrate organ system interactions comprehensively.
-is able to describe in detail the mechanisms of regulating the body and is able to explain the co-operation of regulatory mechanisms.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam (1-5)

Assignments (pass/fail)

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
  • Degree Programme in Elderly Care
Teachers
  • Pirita Hakoneva
  • Jutta Potila
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Milka Volanto
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS22A
  • MGERO22
  • FYS22
    Degree Programme in Physiotherapy, Full-time studies
  • MSOS22K
  • TH22

Objective

The student becomes familiar with the area of expertise, range of work and tasks pertaining to degree programmes in social services and health care. The student is able to describe how social and health care professionals together assume responsibility for holistically helping people/clients/patients and learn what is common to the professions and how they complement each other. The student becomes motivated to learn more about other social and health care students' competence and to use this knowledge during their studies and later at work.

Content

- contents of degree programmes in social services and health care
- case management and service coordination, client-centred approach
- multi-professional care and service pathways in social services and health care

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Scale passed/fail.
Passed:
The student can recognise factors related to their future field of expertise, scope of practice, professional tasks and Degree Programme in Social Work and Health Care. The student knows how the professionals in social work and health care jointly assume responsibility for holistically helping people/clients/patients. The student can recognise what elements all the professions have in common and how they complement each other.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 17.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Student groups
  • MGERO22
  • SOS22C
  • SOS22B

Objective

Students become familiar with the area of expertise, range of work and tasks pertaining to degree programmes in social services and health care. Students are able to describe how social and health care professionals together assume responsibility for holistically helping people/clients/patients and learn what is common to the professions and how they complement each other. Students become motivated to learn more about other social and health care students' competence and to use this knowledge during their studies and later at work

Content

- contents of degree programmes in social services and health care
- case management and service coordination, client-centred approach
- multi-professional care and service pathways in social services and health care

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Scale passed/fail.
Passed:
Students are able to recognize factors related to field of expertise, professional fields and professional tasks of the Degree Programmes in Social and Health Care. The students have knowledge, how the professionals of social and health care are together in charge of peoples/clients/patients holistic help. They recognize what elements all the professions have in common and how they complement each other.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Objective

The student is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
The student understands the meaning of digitalisation and eHealth and data security throughout the nursing process.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Qualifications

Health Technology in Nursing

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/ seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
Student groups
  • TH21

Objective

The student is able to describe what the concepts digitalisation and eHealth involve and use eHealth applications in nursing.
The student understands the meaning of digitalisation and eHealth and data security throughout the nursing process.

Content

Digitalisation and eHealth, the concept and sectors, data security, central digitalisation and eHealth application areas.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass = P
The student can describe the concept of eHealth. He /she can demonstrate knowledge of health technology or digital applications used to care for people of all ages thoughout the care and service pathway. He /she can demonstrate familiarity with data security. Active classroom/seminar participation and all the assignments delivered.

Fail = 0
The student can not describe the concept of eHealth. He /she does not know health technology or digital applications and is not familiar with data security. No classroom/seminar participation, no assignments delivered.

Qualifications

Health Technology in Nursing

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

12.09.2022 - 27.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH22SB
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical principles and guidelines of nursing and is able to evaluate their implementation in daily work.
-is able to work in accordance with current legislation and information management.
-is able to take into account the principles of sustainable development.

Content

Philosophy of nursing care
Legislation and confidentiality
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Autonomy and the right to self-determination
Human dignity and human rights
Identification and processing of ethical issues
The principles of sustainable development

Teaching methods

Lectures online, learning assignments in Moodle, seminar work, independent study

Exam schedules

There is no exam, seminar work is evaluated

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is adequately familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them, making a difference between evidence-based and everyday knowledge.
-knows how to search information on individual topics and demonstrates an awareness of the knowledge foundation in nursing.
- is able to act as a team member and to assess his/her strengths and development needs.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-is well familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and base their arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-is well prepared to act as a team member and to develop himself/herself.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is very well familiar with ethical issues and is able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and critically base arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-as a team member, the student acts in a solution-focused manner, sharing knowledge and developing himself/herself.
-knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-do not adequately base his/her arguments on the ethical principles or knowledge foundation of nursing.
-is not adequately familiar with the ethical knowledge foundation of nursing and uses it narrowly.
-is not adequately prepared for teamwork.
-does not know the principles of sustainable development

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical principles and guidelines of nursing and is able to evaluate their implementation in daily work.
-is able to work in accordance with current legislation and information management.
-is able to take into account the principles of sustainable development.

Content

Philosophy of nursing care
Legislation and confidentiality
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Autonomy and the right to self-determination
Human dignity and human rights
Identification and processing of ethical issues
The principles of sustainable development

Teaching methods

Lectures online, learning assignments in Moodle, seminar work, independent study

Exam schedules

There is no exam, seminar work is evaluated

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is adequately familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them, making a difference between evidence-based and everyday knowledge.
-knows how to search information on individual topics and demonstrates an awareness of the knowledge foundation in nursing.
- is able to act as a team member and to assess his/her strengths and development needs.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-is well familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and base their arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-is well prepared to act as a team member and to develop himself/herself.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is very well familiar with ethical issues and is able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and critically base arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-as a team member, the student acts in a solution-focused manner, sharing knowledge and developing himself/herself.
-knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-do not adequately base his/her arguments on the ethical principles or knowledge foundation of nursing.
-is not adequately familiar with the ethical knowledge foundation of nursing and uses it narrowly.
-is not adequately prepared for teamwork.
-does not know the principles of sustainable development

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • SH23K

Objective

The student
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical principles and guidelines of nursing and is able to evaluate their implementation in daily work.
-is able to work in accordance with current legislation and information management.
-is able to take into account the principles of sustainable development.

Content

Philosophy of nursing care
Legislation and confidentiality
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Autonomy and the right to self-determination
Human dignity and human rights
Identification and processing of ethical issues
The principles of sustainable development

Teaching methods

Lectures, teamwork, learning assignments in Moodle, seminar work, independent study

Exam schedules

There is no exam, seminar work is evaluated

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is adequately familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them, making a difference between evidence-based and everyday knowledge.
-knows how to search information on individual topics and demonstrates an awareness of the knowledge foundation in nursing.
- is able to act as a team member and to assess his/her strengths and development needs.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-is well familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and base their arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-is well prepared to act as a team member and to develop himself/herself.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is very well familiar with ethical issues and is able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and critically base arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-as a team member, the student acts in a solution-focused manner, sharing knowledge and developing himself/herself.
-knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-do not adequately base his/her arguments on the ethical principles or knowledge foundation of nursing.
-is not adequately familiar with the ethical knowledge foundation of nursing and uses it narrowly.
-is not adequately prepared for teamwork.
-does not know the principles of sustainable development

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH23K

Objective

The student
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical principles and guidelines of nursing and is able to evaluate their implementation in daily work.
-is able to work in accordance with current legislation and information management.
-is able to take into account the principles of sustainable development.

Content

Philosophy of nursing care
Legislation and confidentiality
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Autonomy and the right to self-determination
Human dignity and human rights
Identification and processing of ethical issues
The principles of sustainable development

Teaching methods

Lectures, teamwork, learning assignments in Moodle, seminar work, independent study

Exam schedules

There is no exam, seminar work is evaluated

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is adequately familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them, making a difference between evidence-based and everyday knowledge.
-knows how to search information on individual topics and demonstrates an awareness of the knowledge foundation in nursing.
- is able to act as a team member and to assess his/her strengths and development needs.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-is well familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and base their arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-is well prepared to act as a team member and to develop himself/herself.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is very well familiar with ethical issues and is able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and critically base arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-as a team member, the student acts in a solution-focused manner, sharing knowledge and developing himself/herself.
-knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-do not adequately base his/her arguments on the ethical principles or knowledge foundation of nursing.
-is not adequately familiar with the ethical knowledge foundation of nursing and uses it narrowly.
-is not adequately prepared for teamwork.
-does not know the principles of sustainable development

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.01.2023

Timing

02.01.2023 - 05.03.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • TH23

Objective

The student
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical principles and guidelines of nursing and is able to evaluate their implementation in daily work.
-is able to work in accordance with current legislation and information management.
-is able to take into account the principles of sustainable development.

Content

Philosophy of nursing care
Legislation and confidentiality
Values, principles and ethical guidelines
Autonomy and the right to self-determination
Human dignity and human rights
Identification and processing of ethical issues
The principles of sustainable development

Teaching methods

Lectures, teamwork, learning assignments in Moodle, seminar work, independent study

Exam schedules

There is no exam, seminar work is evaluated

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
-is adequately familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them, making a difference between evidence-based and everyday knowledge.
-knows how to search information on individual topics and demonstrates an awareness of the knowledge foundation in nursing.
- is able to act as a team member and to assess his/her strengths and development needs.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
-is well familiar with ethical issues and able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and base their arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-is well prepared to act as a team member and to develop himself/herself.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in drug care

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is very well familiar with ethical issues and is able to discuss and analyse them logically and coherently.
-knows how to search information from various sources and critically base arguments on multiple contemporary sources.
-as a team member, the student acts in a solution-focused manner, sharing knowledge and developing himself/herself.
-knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
-do not adequately base his/her arguments on the ethical principles or knowledge foundation of nursing.
-is not adequately familiar with the ethical knowledge foundation of nursing and uses it narrowly.
-is not adequately prepared for teamwork.
-does not know the principles of sustainable development

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

31.10.2022 - 19.03.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 29.01.2023

Timing

06.02.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • SH23K

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 17.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.01.2023

Timing

30.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • TH23

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Grade 1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Grade 3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Grade 5
.The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No previous studies are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Suzana Zegrea
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student knows how to introduce himself / herself and describe his/ her education in English. The student learns to use nursing vocabulary to describe health and illness and to interview and present a patient's life situation and condition.The student is able to describe the Finnish social and health care system, and to explain the routines of a hospital/health centre. The student learns to counsel and instruct patients in a variety of common nursing situations. He/she uses different strategies in spoken interaction and adjust his/her language according to the other speaker's needs. The student knows how to use different reading strategies and learns to read various types of texts in English.

Content

Nursing vocabulary. Reading different types of texts. Writing skills and practising typical nurse-patient interaction. Health promotion, common diseases, the Finnish health and social care system and patient encounters in different nursing tasks.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Grade 1-2
The student manages in routine oral and written communication situations in multi-professional work communities (e.g. e-mail, filling out forms, CV, presenting the workplace). The student is able to give simple instructions to individual clients/groups orally and in writing. He/she knows how to ask for and document clients'/patients' essential information, so as to secure correct care or follow-up. The student understands texts related to his/her own duties in the health and social field. He/she makes mistakes in grammatical structures, which complicate communication and may cause misunderstanding and require reformulation. The student knows basic vocabulary for health and social welfare so that he/she gives the necessary information to the listener or reader. His/her pronunciation is understandable, but sometimes inaccurate in special terminology. The student can find information in texts that deal with familiar topics and relies on common means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Grade 3-4
The student is able to communicate in a multi-professional work community both orally and in writing (e.g. telephone conversations, consultation, oral and written reports, oral presentations). The student knows how to give and explain individual client/patient instructions, explain common procedures and examinations, report on patients'/clients' current health/life situations and ask for additional information. The student enters the information onto documents to ensure correct care or follow-up, and reply to clients'/patients' questions. The student mostly uses correct grammatical structures and is able of autocorrection in case of misunderstanding. He/she knows the central vocabulary for health and welfare services well and is rather familiar with special terminology in his/her own field. The student seeks to adapt the communication style to the situation at hand, and pronunciation is rather natural and clear. The student knows how to scan professional texts to find the main points. The student uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Grade 5
.The student communicates accurately and appropriately both orally and in writing, even in demanding interactive situations in multi-professional and multi-cultural work environments (meetings, care negotiations, feedback discussion). The student can fluidly and extensively present alternative solutions in counselling situations, taking into consideration clients' cultural background. The student knows how to interview clients/patients in a professional manner, even in challenging, unexpected situations. The student can use a wide variety of grammatical structures almost flawlessly. His/her vocabulary, including special terminology, is extensive and pronunciation is clear and natural. The student can adapt hers/his communication style to the situation at hand. The student is able to scan texts rapidly to evaluate the reliability of the sources of information. The student effectively uses various means to support communication.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed
Failed
The student does not achieve the learning outcomes as defined above.

Qualifications

No previous studies are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-applies in practice their knowledge of major developmental disabilities and becoming disabled in their nursing care of persons who have developmental disabilities or who have become disabled.

Content

Major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
Becoming disabled
Interventions in the nursing care of the disabled
Supporting the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or having become disabled
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing clients with special needs and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC). The national documentation model for nursing.
Rehabilitation and counselling of clients with special needs and his/ her next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism in nursing. Sustainable development in nursing.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-can name and implement knowledge about major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
-knows how to support the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or who have become disabled.
-assignments and participation in the course are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Paula Paloniemi
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-applies in practice their knowledge of major developmental disabilities and becoming disabled in their nursing care of persons who have developmental disabilities or who have become disabled.

Content

Major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
Becoming disabled
Interventions in the nursing care of the disabled
Supporting the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or having become disabled
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing clients with special needs and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC). The national documentation model for nursing.
Rehabilitation and counselling of clients with special needs and his/ her next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism in nursing. Sustainable development in nursing.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-can name and implement knowledge about major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
-knows how to support the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or who have become disabled.
-assignments and participation in the course are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Paula Paloniemi
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-applies in practice their knowledge of major developmental disabilities and becoming disabled in their nursing care of persons who have developmental disabilities or who have become disabled.

Content

Major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
Becoming disabled
Interventions in the nursing care of the disabled
Supporting the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or having become disabled
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing clients with special needs and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC). The national documentation model for nursing.
Rehabilitation and counselling of clients with special needs and his/ her next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism in nursing. Sustainable development in nursing.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-can name and implement knowledge about major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
-knows how to support the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or who have become disabled.
-assignments and participation in the course are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-applies in practice their knowledge of major developmental disabilities and becoming disabled in their nursing care of persons who have developmental disabilities or who have become disabled.

Content

Major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
Becoming disabled
Interventions in the nursing care of the disabled
Supporting the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or having become disabled
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing clients with special needs and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC). The national documentation model for nursing.
Rehabilitation and counselling of clients with special needs and his/ her next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism in nursing. Sustainable development in nursing.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-can name and implement knowledge about major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
-knows how to support the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or who have become disabled.
-assignments and participation in the course are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

02.01.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-applies in practice their knowledge of major developmental disabilities and becoming disabled in their nursing care of persons who have developmental disabilities or who have become disabled.

Content

Major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
Becoming disabled
Interventions in the nursing care of the disabled
Supporting the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or having become disabled
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing clients with special needs and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC). The national documentation model for nursing.
Rehabilitation and counselling of clients with special needs and his/ her next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism in nursing. Sustainable development in nursing.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-can name and implement knowledge about major developmental disabilities, most common disability disorders, some most common sensory impairments, autistic spectrum disorder.
-knows how to support the functional capacity of persons with developmental disorders or who have become disabled.
-assignments and participation in the course are required.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

22.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
Student groups
  • SH22K
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-is familiar with different drugs and pharmaceuticals.
-knows the basics of the mechanisms of action of different drugs in the body.
-knows the main properties, uses, side effects and interactions of medicines.

Content

Introduction to Pharmacology - a) Pharmacodynamics and b) Pharmacokinetics
Antimicrobials
Respiratory drugs
Medicines for gastrointestinal diseases
Drugs for endocrinological diseases
Analgesics
Rheumatoid arthritis medications
Cardiovascular drugs
Anticoagulants and their challenges
Adverse drug reactions and interactions
Drug-treated central nervous system diseases
Ophthalmic drugs
Medicines for sexually transmitted diseases and urinary tract diseases
Drug treatment
Medication for skin diseases

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- lists various drugs and pharmaceutical products.
- names the effective mechanisms of various medicines and understands the impact of various drugs on the human organism.
- describes the primary features of the more common drugs, their uses, side effects and combined effects.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- describes various drugs and pharmaceutical products.
- describes the effective mechanisms of various medicines and understand the impact of various drugs on the human organism.
- describes the primary features of the more common drugs, their uses, side effects and combined effects.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- knows various drugs and pharmaceutical products.
- is familiar with the effective mechanisms of various medicines and understands the impact of various drugs on the human organism.
- is familiar with the primary features of the more common drugs, their uses, side effects and combined effects.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
- is not able to achieve the criteria on a satisfactory level.

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Further information

Pharmacology 3cr Moodle exam = 15 lectures + exam
Assessment: the exam result is scored as a numerical grade on the following criteria:
51 % -60 % = T1
61 %- 70% = T2
71 %-80 % = H3
81 %-90 % = H4
91 %-100% = K5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

1 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Mika Wallin
Student groups
  • SH21S
  • SH21K
  • MSH21KA
  • MSH21S
  • MSH21KB
  • TH22
  • TH21

Objective

The student
- is able to apply the knowledge of pharmacology in everyday nursing.
- knows the basics of the effects and use of different drugs in different patient groups (elderly, patients with renal impairment and hepatic impairment).
- knows what to consider when administering medication, taking into account medication safety (medication deviations and risk drugs).
- knows the basics of drug abuse and toxicology.

Content

Contents:
Special features of pharmacotherapy in the elderly
Renal and hepatic impairment and medication
Medication evaluation
High risk drugs
Drug overdose, abuse and toxicology
Pharmacotherapy evaluations and inspections - the nurse's perspective
Drug interactions
Safe medication
Vaccines

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

The assessment is based on attending live lectures and the approved completion of the assigned tasks

Passed:
The student
-participates to the course and completes the given tasks.
- knows the basics of the effects and use of different drugs in different patient groups (elderly, patients with renal impairment and hepatic impairment).
- knows what to consider when administering medication, taking into account medication safety (medication deviations and risk drugs).
- knows the basics of drug abuse and toxicology

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Passed:
The student
-participates to the course and completes the given tasks.
- knows the basics of the effects and use of different drugs in different patient groups (elderly, patients with renal impairment and hepatic impairment).
- knows what to consider when administering medication, taking into account medication safety (medication deviations and risk drugs).
- knows the basics of drug abuse and toxicology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

21.11.2022 - 12.02.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH21K

Objective

The student implements multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common geriatric conditions and age-related changes. The student knows how to plan, implement and evaluate nursing for people with memory disorders. He/she is able to use evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological nursing to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members.
The student is able to help and support aged patients and families during terminal care. He/ she can support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student knows how to support aged patients and families during crisis and change. He/ she is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. In his/her work, the student can use current gerontological and geriatric knowledge.

Content

Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in gerontological nursing. The most important nursing interventions (FinCC) in gerontological nursing. The national documentation model for nursing. Effica. The impact of the patient's age, sex, cultural background, life situation and care and service setting on gerontological nursing. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of aged patients and their families. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of dementia patients and their families. End-of-life care. Terminal care. Multiprofessionalism in gerontological nursing. Supporting aged patients' and their family members' health and ability to function.
A safe nursing environment. Occupational safety. Supervision of work. Gerontology. Geriatrics.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 09.10.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH21KA

Objective

The student implements multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common geriatric conditions and age-related changes. The student knows how to plan, implement and evaluate nursing for people with memory disorders. He/she is able to use evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological nursing to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members.
The student is able to help and support aged patients and families during terminal care. He/ she can support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student knows how to support aged patients and families during crisis and change. He/ she is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. In his/her work, the student can use current gerontological and geriatric knowledge.

Content

Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in gerontological nursing. The most important nursing interventions (FinCC) in gerontological nursing. The national documentation model for nursing. Effica. The impact of the patient's age, sex, cultural background, life situation and care and service setting on gerontological nursing. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of aged patients and their families. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of dementia patients and their families. End-of-life care. Terminal care. Multiprofessionalism in gerontological nursing. Supporting aged patients' and their family members' health and ability to function.
A safe nursing environment. Occupational safety. Supervision of work. Gerontology. Geriatrics.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

12.09.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Objective

The student implements multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common geriatric conditions and age-related changes. The student knows how to plan, implement and evaluate nursing for people with memory disorders. He/she is able to use evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological nursing to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members.
The student is able to help and support aged patients and families during terminal care. He/ she can support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student knows how to support aged patients and families during crisis and change. He/ she is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. In his/her work, the student can use current gerontological and geriatric knowledge.

Content

Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in gerontological nursing. The most important nursing interventions (FinCC) in gerontological nursing. The national documentation model for nursing. Effica. The impact of the patient's age, sex, cultural background, life situation and care and service setting on gerontological nursing. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of aged patients and their families. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of dementia patients and their families. End-of-life care. Terminal care. Multiprofessionalism in gerontological nursing. Supporting aged patients' and their family members' health and ability to function.
A safe nursing environment. Occupational safety. Supervision of work. Gerontology. Geriatrics.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing
- applies client-centred professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centred approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

8 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sinikka Vainionpää
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH20

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

13.02.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

8 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH21K

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 15.01.2023

Credits

8 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Paula Paloniemi
Student groups
  • MSH21KA

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

8 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
  • Sh2kl Nimeämätön
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

05.09.2022 - 09.10.2022

Credits

8 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • MSH20C

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

06.02.2023 - 19.03.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • TH21

Objective

The student can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting. The student is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and family members facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises. The student is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting. The student uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and family members. The student is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients. The student is able to comply with aseptic practice. The student is able to support and promote aged people's and family members' health and ability to function. The student is able to counsel and support aged patients and family members in self-care and rehabilitation. The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing
- does not adequately work with a client-centred approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 28.05.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and their next-of-kin facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and their next-of-kin.
-is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients.
-is able to comply with aseptic practice.
-is able to support and promote aged people's and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to counsel and support aged patients and their next-of-kin in self-care and rehabilitation.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments. Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 12.02.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and their next-of-kin facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and their next-of-kin.
-is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients.
-is able to comply with aseptic practice.
-is able to support and promote aged people's and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to counsel and support aged patients and their next-of-kin in self-care and rehabilitation.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments. Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 19.03.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and their next-of-kin facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and their next-of-kin.
-is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients.
-is able to comply with aseptic practice.
-is able to support and promote aged people's and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to counsel and support aged patients and their next-of-kin in self-care and rehabilitation.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments. Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 15.10.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and their next-of-kin facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and their next-of-kin.
-is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients.
-is able to comply with aseptic practice.
-is able to support and promote aged people's and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to counsel and support aged patients and their next-of-kin in self-care and rehabilitation.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments. Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 15.10.2023

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional gerontological nursing care while taking into consideration the patient's age, life situation, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for aged patients and their next-of-kin facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-uses evidence-based interventions developed for gerontological and dementia nursing care to help, support and counsel aged patients and their next-of-kin.
-is able to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care for aged patients.
-is able to comply with aseptic practice.
-is able to support and promote aged people's and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to counsel and support aged patients and their next-of-kin in self-care and rehabilitation.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise gerontological nursing. eDrug Care Certificate. Assignments. Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner or observe patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
- does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Gerontological Nursing
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 08.10.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Hemminki
  • Sh3kl Nimeämätön
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Niina Keskinen
  • Paula Paussu
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for surgical patients while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and their next-of-kin facing common surgical treatments.
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can handle patients of different ages and their next-of-kin by adapting evidence-based surgical / perioperative nursing methods to help, support and counsel patients and their next-of-kin.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and their next-of-kin's health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients of all ages and their next-of-kin.
-is able to counsel and support patients of all ages and their next-of-kin in self-care.
-is able to take into consideration asepsis and to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice operative surgical nursing.
eDrug Care Certificate. Drug Calculations. Writing assignment.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.
- patient safety is at risk.

Further information

It is possible that in these clinical training environments may also be under-aged patients. Therefore, the student must present a criminal record certificate before starting this training.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.10.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 28.05.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for medical, neurological and infectious diseases or with nursing of clients with developmental disabilities or disability, while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions, support and counsel patients and family members of all ages.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and families' health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients and family members of all ages in palliative care and end-of-life nursing situations.
-is able to counsel and support patients and families of all ages in self-care.
-can observe asepsis and is able to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice nursing medical patients, neurological patients and infectious diseases patients, or which allow practicing palliative and end-of-life care. eDrug Care Certificate. Writing and presentation of an assignment.
Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Workshops, simulations, drug calculations passed
Practical Training in Basics of Clinical Nursing 9 ECTS credits

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 12.02.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Sinikka Vainionpää
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for medical, neurological and infectious diseases or with nursing of clients with developmental disabilities or disability, while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions, support and counsel patients and family members of all ages.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and families' health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients and family members of all ages in palliative care and end-of-life nursing situations.
-is able to counsel and support patients and families of all ages in self-care.
-can observe asepsis and is able to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice nursing medical patients, neurological patients and infectious diseases patients, or which allow practicing palliative and end-of-life care. eDrug Care Certificate. Writing and presentation of an assignment.
Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Workshops, simulations, drug calculations passed
Practical Training in Basics of Clinical Nursing 9 ECTS credits

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 19.03.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for medical, neurological and infectious diseases or with nursing of clients with developmental disabilities or disability, while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions, support and counsel patients and family members of all ages.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and families' health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients and family members of all ages in palliative care and end-of-life nursing situations.
-is able to counsel and support patients and families of all ages in self-care.
-can observe asepsis and is able to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice nursing medical patients, neurological patients and infectious diseases patients, or which allow practicing palliative and end-of-life care. eDrug Care Certificate. Writing and presentation of an assignment.
Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Workshops, simulations, drug calculations passed
Practical Training in Basics of Clinical Nursing 9 ECTS credits

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 15.10.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for medical, neurological and infectious diseases or with nursing of clients with developmental disabilities or disability, while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions, support and counsel patients and family members of all ages.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and families' health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients and family members of all ages in palliative care and end-of-life nursing situations.
-is able to counsel and support patients and families of all ages in self-care.
-can observe asepsis and is able to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice nursing medical patients, neurological patients and infectious diseases patients, or which allow practicing palliative and end-of-life care. eDrug Care Certificate. Writing and presentation of an assignment.
Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Workshops, simulations, drug calculations passed
Practical Training in Basics of Clinical Nursing 9 ECTS credits

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 15.10.2023

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-implements multi-professional nursing care for medical, neurological and infectious diseases or with nursing of clients with developmental disabilities or disability, while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-knows how to assess the resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and how to support them in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages
-is able to do documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions, support and counsel patients and family members of all ages.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of acute or chronically ill patients' comprehensive care.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care and blood transfusions for adult patients.
-knows how to implement nutritional care.
-knows how to support and promote patients' and families' health and ability to function.
-is able to help and support patients and family members of all ages in palliative care and end-of-life nursing situations.
-is able to counsel and support patients and families of all ages in self-care.
-can observe asepsis and is able to explain why this is important in nursing care.
-can evaluate his/ her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice nursing medical patients, neurological patients and infectious diseases patients, or which allow practicing palliative and end-of-life care. eDrug Care Certificate. Writing and presentation of an assignment.
Drug calculations.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Workshops, simulations, drug calculations passed
Practical Training in Basics of Clinical Nursing 9 ECTS credits

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 08.10.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Henna Ryhänen
  • Niina Keskinen
  • Paula Paussu
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-can implement multi-professional practice or outpatient nursing or acute nursing while taking into consideration the patient's age, growth and development stage, the requirements of ethicality and the care and service setting.
-can plan, implement and evaluate outpatient nursing or acute nursing for patients facing common health changes and/or problems and/or crises.
-is competent in nursing documentation and oral reporting.
-can use evidence-based interventions developed for admission and outpatient or acute nursing to help, support and counsel patients and their next-of-kin.
-knows how to safely plan, implement and evaluate drug and fluid care.
-can observe asepsis in outpatient or acute nursing.
-knows how to support and promote the health and ability to function in patients of all ages.
-is able to counsel and support patients and their next-of-kin in self-care in outpatient or acute clinics.
-can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in placements which allow the student to practise outpatient or acute nursing. eDrug Care Certificate+ Drug Calculations. Assignments.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Starting the internship requires participation in the Outpatient Nursing - course and Nursing in Acute and Critical Situations - course. Drug Calculations. Participation in simulation exercises.
Participation in skills-labs and simulations.

Further information

It is possible that in these clinical training environments may also be under-aged patients. Therefore, the student must present a criminal record certificate before starting this training.

Enrollment

15.04.2022 - 15.04.2023

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Tiina Koskela

Objective

The student
-is able to identify the needs of patients and their next-of-kin in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care.
-knows the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations.
-is able to give oral reports under supervision.
- is able to deal with patients in various life situations.
-is familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their next-of-kin.
- is able to utilize information and nursing technology and equipment.
- is able to apply ethical guidelines and principles and knows how sustainable development is taken into account in nursing in acute care.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely ill patients, main concepts and different care situations for medical, surgical, cardiac, respiratory and neurological acute patients.
Triage in hospital acute care.
Assessment of the patient's status by using cABCDEF-protocol, monitoring the patient, planning and implementation of care.
Securing patient´s vital functions.
Reporting and consulting by using ISBAR-protocol.
Nursing interventions, medication and fluid care.
Most common laboratory and radiation examinations.
Non-invasive ventilation care in emergency and intensive care for cardiac and pulmonary failure patients.
Advanced Life Support (ALS), in-hospital resuscitation protocol.
Cardial rhythms.
Glasgow Coma Scale.
Written documentation and oral information by using ISBAR.
Drug calculations
Skill-labs and simulations

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.


This is campusonline non stop course

Exam schedules

SeAMK degree student:
Exam at SeAMK with your own study group.
Drug calculations during the exam.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

International connections

-

Student workload

-

Further information

SeAMK Student: During the Summer you can complete theory independently. Drug calculations, Skills labs, simulation and exam with your own group.
Recommended that the student has 100ECTS when taking this course. Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- under supervision, recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin.
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions.
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed= 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities.
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients.
- skills and knowledge of acute-nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardized.
- does not recognize changes in patient's vital functions.
- does not fully consider asepsis.
- jeopardizes his/her own safety and the patient's.
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care.
- avoids nursing and learning situations.
- does not seek contact with patients.
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately.
- does not respect confidentiality.
- collaboration skills are poor.
- study motivation is poor.

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam and continuing proof of competencies in skills labs and in simulations.

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Failed= 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities.
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients.
- skills and knowledge of acute-nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardized.
- does not recognize changes in patient's vital functions.
- does not fully consider asepsis.
- jeopardizes his/her own safety and the patient's.
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care.
- avoids nursing and learning situations.
- does not seek contact with patients.
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately.
- does not respect confidentiality.
- collaboration skills are poor.
- study motivation is poor.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- under supervision, recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin.
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions.
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Qualifications

This course suits for nursing student who has completed at least 60ECTS nursing studies.
In this course we expect that the student has previous knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical and surgical nursing and medication and fluid care.

Further information

Computer, internet, headset.
This course is alternative for nursing in acute and critical situations, which happens in contact teaching.
SeAMK students have to complete exam, drug calculations, skills albs and simulations in contact lessons at school.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 19.04.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Tiina Koskela
Student groups
  • SH21K

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Alanen, P., Hakio, N. & Koskela, T. 2022. Tehohoitotyö. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Autumn 2021 or in Spring 2022

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • SH20

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Autumn 2022

Student workload

1 ects is 27h of students work

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Assessment methods and criteria

performing tasks
Exam
Active participation

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH21KA

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Spring 2023

Student workload

1 ects is 27h of students work

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Assessment methods and criteria

performing tasks
Exam
Active participation

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

13.02.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Spring 2023

Student workload

1 ects is 27h of students work

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Assessment methods and criteria

performing tasks
Exam
Active participation

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

20.03.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-is able to identify the needs of patients and their next-of-kin in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care.
-knows the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations.
-is able to give oral reports under supervision.
- is able to deal with patients in various life situations.
-is familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their next-of-kin.
- is able to utilize information and nursing technology and equipment.
- is able to apply ethical guidelines and principles and knows how sustainable development is taken into account in nursing in acute care.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely ill patients, main concepts and different care situations for medical, surgical, cardiac, respiratory and neurological acute patients.
Triage in hospital acute care.
Assessment of the patient's status by using cABCDEF-protocol, monitoring the patient, planning and implementation of care.
Securing patient´s vital functions.
Reporting and consulting by using ISBAR-protocol.
Nursing interventions, medication and fluid care.
Most common laboratory and radiation examinations.
Non-invasive ventilation care in emergency and intensive care for cardiac and pulmonary failure patients.
Advanced Life Support (ALS), in-hospital resuscitation protocol.
Cardial rhythms.
Glasgow Coma Scale.
Written documentation and oral information by using ISBAR.
Drug calculations
Skill-labs and simulations

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Spring 2023

Student workload

1 ects is 27h of student work

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- under supervision, recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin.
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure.
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, and the collaboration between authorities.
- recognizes changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions.
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care.
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports.
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their next-of-kin professionally.
- is able to counsel acutely and critically ill patients.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed= 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities.
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients.
- skills and knowledge of acute-nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardized.
- does not recognize changes in patient's vital functions.
- does not fully consider asepsis.
- jeopardizes his/her own safety and the patient's.
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care.
- avoids nursing and learning situations.
- does not seek contact with patients.
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately.
- does not respect confidentiality.
- collaboration skills are poor.
- study motivation is poor.

Assessment methods and criteria

performing tasks
Exam
Active participation

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 12.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH20C

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy. Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Autumn 2022

Student workload

1ECTS is 27h of students work

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Assessment methods and criteria

performing tasks
Exam
Active participation

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Tiina Koskela
Student groups
  • TH21

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Alanen, P., Hakio, N. & Koskela, T. 2022. Tehohoitotyö. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Autumn 2021 or in Spring 2022

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 09.10.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 09.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Tiina Koskela
Student groups
  • TH20

Objective

Under supervision, the student will be competent in identifying needs of patients and their families and in planning, implementing, evaluating and documenting nursing care. The student will know the structure of the service provision system, the collaborating authorities and typical service pathways for various client groups in acute and critical situations. The student will learn to give oral reports under supervision. The student will also be competent in dealing with patients in various life situations. The student will become familiar with the principles of patient-oriented, resource-based and multi-professional nursing of patients and their families. The student will utilize information and nursing technology and equipment. The student will apply ethical guidelines and principles to nursing in acute and critical situations.

Content

Care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, main concepts and different care situations. Acute and critically ill patient; Assessment of the patient's status, planning and implementation of the nursing care. Triage in emergency care and disasters. Securing patient´s vital functions in acute and critical problems. Nursing intensive care patients on a ventilator. Nursing cardiac patients in CCU. Written and oral information and documentation in nursing acutely and critically ill patients.

Materials

Kuisma, M. Holmström, P. Nurmi, J. Porthan, K. & Taskinen, T. 2017. Ensihoito. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Alanen, P., Hakio, N. & Koskela, T. 2022. Tehohoitotyö. Sanoma Pro Oy.
Ritmala-Castrén, M., Lönn, M., Lundgren-Laine, H., Meriläinen, M., Peltomaa, M. & Ahtiala, M. 2017. Teho- ja valvontahoitotyön opas. 2., uudistettu painos. Helsinki: Duodecim. (soveltuvin osin)

Teaching methods

Lessons as contact teaching, part of lessons are on Moodle
Independent studying on Moodle.
Lessons are recorded on Moodle and there is assignments on Moodle.

Exam schedules

Exam at SeAMK in Kampustalo.
Drug calculations during skills labs and simulations. After these retakes are in EXAM room.
Skills labs and simulations with the student's own group.

Completion alternatives

Contact lessons in Autumn 2021 or in Spring 2022

Further information

Internal medical diseases, surgical nursing and medication and fluid care must be completed before taking this course.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to describe some elements in the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- under supervision, recognises changes and problems in vital functions and knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- under supervision, is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families
- under supervision, knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to describe the care and service provision system for acutely and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and know how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure
- under supervision, is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care of acutely and critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- under supervision, is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
-is able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients, including collaboration between authorities
- recognises changes and problems in vital functions and implements appropriate nursing interventions
- knows how to carry out nursing interventions to help patients with respiratory or cardiac failure and evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to plan and carry out safely intravenous fluid and drug care for acutely or critically ill patients and to evaluate the effectiveness of the care
- is competent to apply nursing technology and to give reports
- is competent to encounter acutely and critically ill patients and their families professionally
- knows how to counsel acutely and critically ill patients

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- is not able to describe the structure of the care and service provision system for acute and critically ill patients or the collaboration between authorities
- does not know how to meet basic needs of acutely and critically ill patients
- skills and knowledge of emergency nursing are lacking and patient safety is jeopardised
- does not recognise changes in patient's vital functions
- does not fully observe asepsis
- jeopardises his/her own safety and the patient's
- repeatedly makes mistakes in drug and fluid care
- avoids nursing and learning situations
- does not seek contact with patients
- despite feedback, dresses and behaves inappropriately
- does not respect confidentiality
- collaboration skills are lacking
- study motivation is lacking

Qualifications

Medical Nursing. Surgical Nursing and Health Technology.

Enrollment

01.08.2021 - 11.09.2022

Timing

15.08.2022 - 31.12.2023

Credits

4 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Tiina Hemminki
  • Niina Keskinen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
  • Paula Paussu
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
- is able to differentiate levels of medical care and specialties of medical field.
- knows the diagnosis and treatment of the most common diseases in different specialties
- knows the most common mental disorders and illnesses.
- develops an understanding of the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of these disorders and diseases.
-knows the most common dysfunctions and diseases of surgery and knows their prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
-familiarizes with the planning, implementation and evaluation of the care of a patient coming for the procedure / surgery.
-familiarize yourself with various anesthetic and anesthetic methods.
-familiarize yourself with various pain management methods in perioperative treatment.
-knows the risks of anesthesia to the patient.
-knows the most common disorders and diseases of internal medicine, neurology and hematology and knows their prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
-knows the most common disorders and diseases of children and adolescents and their research and treatment.

Content

Internal medicine
Anesthesiology
Surgery
Paediatrics
Psychiatry

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Passed
- knows the most common mental disorders and illnesses.
- develops an understanding of the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of these disorders and diseases.
- knows the most common dysfunctions and diseases of surgery and knows their prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
-knows the planning, implementation and evaluation of the care of a patient coming for the procedure / surgery.
-knows various anesthetic and anesthetic methods.
-knows various pain management methods in perioperative treatment.
-knows the risks of anesthesia to the patient.
-knows the most common disorders and diseases of internal medicine, neurology and hematology and knows their prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
-knows the most common disorders and diseases of children and adolescents and their research and treatment.

Further information

Participation in online courses + exams
Participation in lectures (cf. special issues in medicine)

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-applies his/her knowledge of changes related to ageing to nursing care.
-demonstrates knowledge of interventions and methods of assessment and maintenance of health, functional capacity and resources of the aged.
-identifies, assesses and manages elderly client pain.
-applies in practice their knowledge of memory disorders, nursing care of and services for patients with memory disorders.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process.
- assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Care of the elderly and geriatrics
Changes occurring with ageing
Functional capacity and assessment of resources
Risk factors predicting weakening of functional capacity
Gerotechnology
Memory disorders
Safe drug care - therapy in elderly care
Demonstration of knowledge of information technology, electronic databases and reporting tools used in health care services.
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice.
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions.
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations.
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources.
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing.
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge.
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing.
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations.
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Basics of Clinical Nursing
Drug Care and Calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Virpi Rantanen
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-applies his/her knowledge of changes related to ageing to nursing care.
-demonstrates knowledge of interventions and methods of assessment and maintenance of health, functional capacity and resources of the aged.
-identifies, assesses and manages elderly client pain.
-applies in practice their knowledge of memory disorders, nursing care of and services for patients with memory disorders.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process.
- assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Care of the elderly and geriatrics
Changes occurring with ageing
Functional capacity and assessment of resources
Risk factors predicting weakening of functional capacity
Gerotechnology
Memory disorders
Safe drug care - therapy in elderly care
Demonstration of knowledge of information technology, electronic databases and reporting tools used in health care services.
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice.
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions.
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations.
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources.
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing.
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge.
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing.
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations.
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Basics of Clinical Nursing
Drug Care and Calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-applies his/her knowledge of changes related to ageing to nursing care.
-demonstrates knowledge of interventions and methods of assessment and maintenance of health, functional capacity and resources of the aged.
-identifies, assesses and manages elderly client pain.
-applies in practice their knowledge of memory disorders, nursing care of and services for patients with memory disorders.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process.
- assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Care of the elderly and geriatrics
Changes occurring with ageing
Functional capacity and assessment of resources
Risk factors predicting weakening of functional capacity
Gerotechnology
Memory disorders
Safe drug care - therapy in elderly care
Demonstration of knowledge of information technology, electronic databases and reporting tools used in health care services.
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice.
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions.
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations.
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources.
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing.
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge.
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing.
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations.
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Basics of Clinical Nursing
Drug Care and Calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 23.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-applies his/her knowledge of changes related to ageing to nursing care.
-demonstrates knowledge of interventions and methods of assessment and maintenance of health, functional capacity and resources of the aged.
-identifies, assesses and manages elderly client pain.
-applies in practice their knowledge of memory disorders, nursing care of and services for patients with memory disorders.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process.
- assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Care of the elderly and geriatrics
Changes occurring with ageing
Functional capacity and assessment of resources
Risk factors predicting weakening of functional capacity
Gerotechnology
Memory disorders
Safe drug care - therapy in elderly care
Demonstration of knowledge of information technology, electronic databases and reporting tools used in health care services.
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice.
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions.
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations.
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources.
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing.
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge.
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing.
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations.
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Basics of Clinical Nursing
Drug Care and Calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 23.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Anita Keski-Hirvi
  • Virpi Rantanen
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-applies his/her knowledge of changes related to ageing to nursing care.
-demonstrates knowledge of interventions and methods of assessment and maintenance of health, functional capacity and resources of the aged.
-identifies, assesses and manages elderly client pain.
-applies in practice their knowledge of memory disorders, nursing care of and services for patients with memory disorders.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process.
- assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Care of the elderly and geriatrics
Changes occurring with ageing
Functional capacity and assessment of resources
Risk factors predicting weakening of functional capacity
Gerotechnology
Memory disorders
Safe drug care - therapy in elderly care
Demonstration of knowledge of information technology, electronic databases and reporting tools used in health care services.
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing, but has difficulty in applying it into practice.
- demonstrates familiarity with the knowledge base and core content of gerontological nursing, but is unable to give reasons for their actions.
- demonstrates adequate knowledge of gerontological nursing, so that he/she knows how to act in professional situations.
-observes patient safety when nursing gerontological patients/clients.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- knows how to seek knowledge of gerontological nursing and is able to explain his/her choice of information sources.
- consistently uses a nursing scientific knowledge base in gerontological nursing.
- bases his/her actions in gerontological nursing on evidence-based knowledge.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner and observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- competently and extensively uses gerontological nursing concepts and knowledge.
- uses and evaluates evidence-based knowledge in gerontological nursing.
- evaluates the effects of his/her actions in gerontological nursing.
- applies client-centered professional competence to various gerontological nursing situations.
- uses a client-centered approach in a responsible manner in gerontological nursing, observes patient safety and consistently follows ethical principles and laws.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail =0
The student
- is not familiar with or does not know how to adequately use gerontological nursing concepts.
- uses the nursing scientific knowledge base narrowly and is not adequately familiar with sources of information in gerontological nursing.
- does not adequately work with a client-centered approach in a responsible, ethical manner nor observes patient safety in gerontological nursing.
- is not adequately prepared to develop professionally or to contribute to the development of gerontological nursing.
-does not sufficiently observe patient/client safety in gerontological work.

Qualifications

Basics of Clinical Nursing
Drug Care and Calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • MSH20A

Objective

The student acts with an attitude of self-management. The student is aware of his/her responsibility for the quality of nursing in his/her own action and in the organization. The student is able to prevent and detect shortcomings in the quality of the nursing process. The student is able to evaluate quality throughout the nursing process and understand the responsibility in securing and promoting patient safety.

Content

Finnish legislation and national quality guidelines and requirements.
Care guidelines, patient classification systems, quality management systems, quality assurance, sectors of patient safety: safe care, safe equipment, safe medication, HaiPro Safety Incident Reporting System

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to recognize the meaning of the management as the member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance from a limited viewpoint
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organisations in a limited way
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in a limited way in health care organizations
- is able to list the needs of the quality assurance methods

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to handle the topics of management and quality assurance widely
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organizations
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in health care organizations
- is able to analyze the needs of quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself responsibly as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to seek the actual research knowledge related to topics of management and quality assurance
- is able to deal with the topics comprehensively related to the health care organizations
- is able to apply and work critically according to the laws and norms of working life
- is able to justify and make decisions regarding quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
- is not able to recognize the meaning of management as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance without connection to health care organizations or instructions of the assignment
- is not able to describe the main laws and norms of working life
- is not able to recognize the needs of the quality assurance methods in health care organizations

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 09.10.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • MSH20B

Objective

The student acts with an attitude of self-management. The student is aware of his/her responsibility for the quality of nursing in his/her own action and in the organization. The student is able to prevent and detect shortcomings in the quality of the nursing process. The student is able to evaluate quality throughout the nursing process and understand the responsibility in securing and promoting patient safety.

Content

Finnish legislation and national quality guidelines and requirements.
Care guidelines, patient classification systems, quality management systems, quality assurance, sectors of patient safety: safe care, safe equipment, safe medication, HaiPro Safety Incident Reporting System

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to recognize the meaning of the management as the member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance from a limited viewpoint
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organisations in a limited way
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in a limited way in health care organizations
- is able to list the needs of the quality assurance methods

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to handle the topics of management and quality assurance widely
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organizations
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in health care organizations
- is able to analyze the needs of quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself responsibly as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to seek the actual research knowledge related to topics of management and quality assurance
- is able to deal with the topics comprehensively related to the health care organizations
- is able to apply and work critically according to the laws and norms of working life
- is able to justify and make decisions regarding quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
- is not able to recognize the meaning of management as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance without connection to health care organizations or instructions of the assignment
- is not able to describe the main laws and norms of working life
- is not able to recognize the needs of the quality assurance methods in health care organizations

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 12.02.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • MSH20C

Objective

The student acts with an attitude of self-management. The student is aware of his/her responsibility for the quality of nursing in his/her own action and in the organization. The student is able to prevent and detect shortcomings in the quality of the nursing process. The student is able to evaluate quality throughout the nursing process and understand the responsibility in securing and promoting patient safety.

Content

Finnish legislation and national quality guidelines and requirements.
Care guidelines, patient classification systems, quality management systems, quality assurance, sectors of patient safety: safe care, safe equipment, safe medication, HaiPro Safety Incident Reporting System

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- is able to recognize the meaning of the management as the member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance from a limited viewpoint
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organisations in a limited way
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in a limited way in health care organizations
- is able to list the needs of the quality assurance methods

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to handle the topics of management and quality assurance widely
- is able to combine the topics related to health care organizations
- is able to utilize the laws and norms of working life in health care organizations
- is able to analyze the needs of quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- is able to manage himself/herself responsibly as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to seek the actual research knowledge related to topics of management and quality assurance
- is able to deal with the topics comprehensively related to the health care organizations
- is able to apply and work critically according to the laws and norms of working life
- is able to justify and make decisions regarding quality assurance and patient-safety in health care organizations

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Failed = 0
The student
- is not able to recognize the meaning of management as a member of the working community and different networks
- is able to analyze the topics of management and quality assurance without connection to health care organizations or instructions of the assignment
- is not able to describe the main laws and norms of working life
- is not able to recognize the needs of the quality assurance methods in health care organizations

Qualifications

No prerequisites

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • SH20

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21KA

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

13.02.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • SH20

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21KA

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

13.02.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21KB

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Store
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

13.02.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Johanna Soini
  • Paula Paussu
Student groups
  • SH21S

Objective

The student
-is capable of working in a multi-professional team and is able to consider the patient's age, growth and development stage.
-is able to assess the resources of patients and their next-of-kin coming from different cultural backgrounds.
-is able to take this assessment into consideration when planning, implementing and evaluating the surgical nursing.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and their next-of-kin of all ages facing common surgical situations.
-can use evidence-based implementations developed for surgical nursing to help, support, and counsel patients and their next-of-kin.
-knows how to act aseptically.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of surgical nursing.
-knows how to support and promote surgical patients' and their next-of-kin's health, self-care, rehabilitation and ability to function.
-applies knowledge of key conditions requiring surgical intervention in different phases of surgical nursing care of a patient.
-documents the nursing care of a client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Major conditions requiring surgical intervention (surgery and surgical specialties)
Pre-, intra- and post-operative nursing care
Pain mechanisms
Identification of pain
Assessment of pain intensity and techniques used in the assessment of pain
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation for surgical patients and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC) in surgical nursing.
The national documentation model for nursing.
Assessment of nursing needs and monitoring vital functions of surgical patients.
Counselling of surgical patients and their next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism
Surgical patient medication and drug calculations
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- uses the knowledge foundation of client-centred clinical nursing narrowly.
- on a satisfactory level, seeks information and uses evidence-based knowledge to explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- on a satisfactory level, implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in various nursing situations.
- is capable of client-centred and safe clinical practice based on ethical principles.
- possesses adequate skills in client-centered clinical decision-making.
- is, to some extent, prepared to develop client-centred clinical nursing.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- competently and extensively uses the concepts and knowledge of client-centred clinical nursing.
- evaluates and critically uses evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in an anticipatory manner and is capable of independent decision-making in various client-centred clinical nursing situations.
- is capable of client-centred, responsible and safe clinical practice.
- applies alternative solutions to decision-making in client-centred clinical nursing.
- evaluates action and safety in client-centred clinical nursing based on professional ethical principles of nursing.
- acts as an expert of client-centred clinical nursing in multidisciplinary teams and projects in collaboration with people who represent different cultures.
- purposefully develops himself/herself and the working community in client-centred clinical nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- demonstrates competence in the nursing scientific knowledge base and competently applies this knowledge to client-centred clinical nursing.
- independently seeks, uses and critically evaluates international evidence-based nursing scientific knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in an anticipatory manner and is capable of independent decision-making in various client-centred clinical nursing situations.
- assumes responsibility for the patient's/client's care and service process in client-centred clinical nursing.
- creates innovative alternative solutions to decision-making in client-centred clinical nursing.
-develops action and safety based on the professional ethics of nursing in client-centred clinical nursing.
-as an expert of client-centred clinical nursing, develops action in multidisciplinary teams and projects in collaboration with people who represent different cultures.
- develops himself/herself, the profession and practice in client-centred clinical nursing purposefully, with a career-oriented approach.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not adequately appreciate or use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not adequately able to give reasons for his/her chosen actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not adequately able to apply his/her knowledge of client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not capable of adequate client-centred and safe clinical practice.
- does not possess adequate decision-making skills for client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not adequately take into consideration safety or ethical principles in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not prepared to develop client-centred clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Registed Nurse`s Competence in Basics of Clinical Nursing and Evidence Based Clinical Competence of Registered Nurses 1

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

20.03.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Johanna Soini
  • Paula Paussu
Student groups
  • MSH21S

Objective

The student
-is capable of working in a multi-professional team and is able to consider the patient's age, growth and development stage.
-is able to assess the resources of patients and their next-of-kin coming from different cultural backgrounds.
-is able to take this assessment into consideration when planning, implementing and evaluating the surgical nursing.
-can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and their next-of-kin of all ages facing common surgical situations.
-can use evidence-based implementations developed for surgical nursing to help, support, and counsel patients and their next-of-kin.
-knows how to act aseptically.
-is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of surgical nursing.
-knows how to support and promote surgical patients' and their next-of-kin's health, self-care, rehabilitation and ability to function.
-applies knowledge of key conditions requiring surgical intervention in different phases of surgical nursing care of a patient.
-documents the nursing care of a client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.

Content

Major conditions requiring surgical intervention (surgery and surgical specialties)
Pre-, intra- and post-operative nursing care
Pain mechanisms
Identification of pain
Assessment of pain intensity and techniques used in the assessment of pain
Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation for surgical patients and their next-of-kin.
Nursing interventions (FinCC) in surgical nursing.
The national documentation model for nursing.
Assessment of nursing needs and monitoring vital functions of surgical patients.
Counselling of surgical patients and their next-of-kin.
Multi-professionalism
Surgical patient medication and drug calculations
Skills-labs and simulations

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

1-2
The student
- uses the knowledge foundation of client-centred clinical nursing narrowly.
- on a satisfactory level, seeks information and uses evidence-based knowledge to explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- on a satisfactory level, implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in various nursing situations.
- is capable of client-centred and safe clinical practice based on ethical principles.
- possesses adequate skills in client-centered clinical decision-making.
- is, to some extent, prepared to develop client-centred clinical nursing.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3-4
The student
- competently and extensively uses the concepts and knowledge of client-centred clinical nursing.
- evaluates and critically uses evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in an anticipatory manner and is capable of independent decision-making in various client-centred clinical nursing situations.
- is capable of client-centred, responsible and safe clinical practice.
- applies alternative solutions to decision-making in client-centred clinical nursing.
- evaluates action and safety in client-centred clinical nursing based on professional ethical principles of nursing.
- acts as an expert of client-centred clinical nursing in multidisciplinary teams and projects in collaboration with people who represent different cultures.
- purposefully develops himself/herself and the working community in client-centred clinical nursing.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
The student
- demonstrates competence in the nursing scientific knowledge base and competently applies this knowledge to client-centred clinical nursing.
- independently seeks, uses and critically evaluates international evidence-based nursing scientific knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- implements his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing in an anticipatory manner and is capable of independent decision-making in various client-centred clinical nursing situations.
- assumes responsibility for the patient's/client's care and service process in client-centred clinical nursing.
- creates innovative alternative solutions to decision-making in client-centred clinical nursing.
-develops action and safety based on the professional ethics of nursing in client-centred clinical nursing.
-as an expert of client-centred clinical nursing, develops action in multidisciplinary teams and projects in collaboration with people who represent different cultures.
- develops himself/herself, the profession and practice in client-centred clinical nursing purposefully, with a career-oriented approach.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail = 0
The student
- does not adequately appreciate or use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not adequately able to give reasons for his/her chosen actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not adequately able to apply his/her knowledge of client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not capable of adequate client-centred and safe clinical practice.
- does not possess adequate decision-making skills for client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not adequately take into consideration safety or ethical principles in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not prepared to develop client-centred clinical nursing.

Qualifications

Registed Nurse`s Competence in Basics of Clinical Nursing and Evidence Based Clinical Competence of Registered Nurses 1

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 11.06.2023

Credits

6 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Maija Hiltunen
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Johanna Soini
  • Pasi Alanen
  • Paula Paussu
  • Tiina Koskela
Scheduling groups
  • Ensiapu -teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Ensiapu-taitopajat (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - taitopajat (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kuntoutus (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH22SB
Education groups
  • Ensiapu -teoria
  • Ensiapu-taitopajat
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - teoria
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - taitopajat
  • Kuntoutus

Objective

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- demonstrates ability to function in the role of an expert in nursing care and to accept responsibility for their actions.
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical guidelines and principles of nursing care, and evaluates their implementation in daily nursing care.
-demonstrates ability to encounter client/patients from different cultures individually.
-responds to the needs of the client/patient by planning, implementing and assessing appropriate individual nursing care in cooperation with the client/patient, their next-of-kin, and other professionals in health care and social welfare services.
-masters the knowledge and skills needed for key nursing interventions as a part of holistic care of the client /patient.
-masters the principles of infection prevention and puts their knowledge into practice in the implementation of infection prevention.
-evaluates nutrition of customer client/patient and identifies a client/patient at a risk of malnutrition.
-demonstrates knowledge of the principles of wound treatment and is able to apply their knowledge in treatment of chronic wounds.
-uses various methods to support the psycho-social and spiritual needs of patients and their next-of-kin.
- identifies risk factors of clients/patients and provides early support to those in need.
- complies with the requirements and regulations governing data protection and information security in health care and social welfare services relating to the creation, use, storage and disposal of data.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.
-takes into account the principle of sustainable development.

FIRST AID
The student
-is able to recognize the need for immediate first aid.
-knows how to act in first aid situations and how to follow them.
-is able to act calmly in first-aid situations.
-is able to provide first aid in various emergency situations, including emergency aid, and is motivated to maintain his first aid competence and skills.
-knows about the plans made to secure health care in cooperation with the general civil protection and civil protection during any exceptional circumstances.

Content

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
Philosophy of nursing care; values, principles and ethical guidelines, autonomy and the right to self-determination
Cultural background in encounters and interaction with the client
Nursing care process (defining needs, nursing care diagnosis, nursing care planning, implementation of interventions and evaluation of outcomes)
Asepsis
Hand hygiene and routine safety precaution
Common nursing care methods
Assisting the patient in mobility and rehabilitative nursing
Identifying the need for mental and spiritual support
Nursing care of a dying patient
Information security and data protection and related legislation
Management of the process of health care and social welfare data of the client, from collection to sharing and utilizing
Client-centered decision-making, implementation and evaluation of nursing care
Use of different categories in the classifications of nursing, and free text recording
Finnish Care Classification (FinCC) – (FiCND, FiCNI, FiCNO)
Sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
Activities in different emergency situations
Emergency first aid. Basic Life Support Operating in exceptional circumstances.
Lecture lessons, first aid practice

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
1-2
The student
- searches information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- demonstrates that he/she is able to some extent to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- makes a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- follows instructions, is competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations.
- demonstrates that he/she knows the ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares some of his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is able to analyse his/ her strengths and development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations so that the condition of the helper is not impaired.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
3-4
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centered clinical nursing and actively familiarizes himself/ herself with the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centered clinical nursing.
- at work, in client-centered clinical nursing, considers ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team, following the principles of client-centered clinical nursing and sharing knowledge.
-develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centered clinical nursing.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in nursing
FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations, taking into account the situation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
5
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centred clinical nursing and is able to explain its use in client-centred clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centred clinical nursing.
- can explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is able to solve tasks and problems in client-centred clinical nursing.
- can give reasons for his/her actions based on the ethical principles of registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares his/her knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-systematically develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing.
- knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations, taking into account the situation broadly.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centred clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate ability to use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centred clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for nurses/public health nurses in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not know the principles of sustainable development

FIRST AID
The student
-does not recognize the immediate need for first aid and is unable to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is not able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations.

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 11.06.2023

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Maija Hiltunen
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Johanna Soini
  • Paula Paussu
  • Sh2kl Nimeämätön
Scheduling groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Ensiapu-harjoitukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-taitopajat (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kuntoutus (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH22SA
Education groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria
  • Ensiapu- harjoitukset
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - teoria
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot - taitopajat
  • Kuntoutus

Objective

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- demonstrates ability to function in the role of an expert in nursing care and to accept responsibility for their actions.
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical guidelines and principles of nursing care, and evaluates their implementation in daily nursing care.
-demonstrates ability to encounter client/patients from different cultures individually.
-responds to the needs of the client/patient by planning, implementing and assessing appropriate individual nursing care in cooperation with the client/patient, their next-of-kin, and other professionals in health care and social welfare services.
-masters the knowledge and skills needed for key nursing interventions as a part of holistic care of the client /patient.
-masters the principles of infection prevention and puts their knowledge into practice in the implementation of infection prevention.
-evaluates nutrition of customer client/patient and identifies a client/patient at a risk of malnutrition.
-demonstrates knowledge of the principles of wound treatment and is able to apply their knowledge in treatment of chronic wounds.
-uses various methods to support the psycho-social and spiritual needs of patients and their next-of-kin.
- identifies risk factors of clients/patients and provides early support to those in need.
- complies with the requirements and regulations governing data protection and information security in health care and social welfare services relating to the creation, use, storage and disposal of data.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.
-takes into account the principle of sustainable development.

FIRST AID
The student
-is able to recognize the need for immediate first aid.
-knows how to act in first aid situations and how to follow them.
-is able to act calmly in first-aid situations.
-is able to provide first aid in various emergency situations, including emergency aid, and is motivated to maintain his first aid competence and skills.
-knows about the plans made to secure health care in cooperation with the general civil protection and civil protection during any exceptional circumstances.

Content

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
Philosophy of nursing care; values, principles and ethical guidelines, autonomy and the right to self-determination
Cultural background in encounters and interaction with the client
Nursing care process (defining needs, nursing care diagnosis, nursing care planning, implementation of interventions and evaluation of outcomes)
Asepsis
Hand hygiene and routine safety precaution
Common nursing care methods
Assisting the patient in mobility and rehabilitative nursing
Identifying the need for mental and spiritual support
Nursing care of a dying patient
Information security and data protection and related legislation
Management of the process of health care and social welfare data of the client, from collection to sharing and utilizing
Client-centered decision-making, implementation and evaluation of nursing care
Use of different categories in the classifications of nursing, and free text recording
Finnish Care Classification (FinCC) – (FiCND, FiCNI, FiCNO)
Sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
Activities in different emergency situations
Emergency first aid. Basic Life Support Operating in exceptional circumstances.
Lecture lessons, first aid practice

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
1-2
The student
- searches information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- demonstrates that he/she is able to some extent to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- makes a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- follows instructions, is competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations.
- demonstrates that he/she knows the ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares some of his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is able to analyse his/ her strengths and development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations so that the condition of the helper is not impaired.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
3-4
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centered clinical nursing and actively familiarizes himself/ herself with the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centered clinical nursing.
- at work, in client-centered clinical nursing, considers ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team, following the principles of client-centered clinical nursing and sharing knowledge.
-develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centered clinical nursing.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in nursing
FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations, taking into account the situation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
5
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centred clinical nursing and is able to explain its use in client-centred clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centred clinical nursing.
- can explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is able to solve tasks and problems in client-centred clinical nursing.
- can give reasons for his/her actions based on the ethical principles of registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares his/her knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-systematically develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing.
- knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations, taking into account the situation broadly.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centred clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate ability to use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centred clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for nurses/public health nurses in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not know the principles of sustainable development

FIRST AID
The student
-does not recognize the immediate need for first aid and is unable to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is not able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations.

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

07.11.2022 - 31.07.2023

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Maija Hiltunen
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Johanna Soini
  • Paula Paussu
Scheduling groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Ensiapu-harjoitukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-taitopajat (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kuntoutus (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH22S
Education groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria
  • Ensiapu-harjoitukset
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-teoria
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-taitopajat
  • Kuntoutus

Objective

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- demonstrates ability to function in the role of an expert in nursing care and to accept responsibility for their actions.
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical guidelines and principles of nursing care, and evaluates their implementation in daily nursing care.
-demonstrates ability to encounter client/patients from different cultures individually.
-responds to the needs of the client/patient by planning, implementing and assessing appropriate individual nursing care in cooperation with the client/patient, their next-of-kin, and other professionals in health care and social welfare services.
-masters the knowledge and skills needed for key nursing interventions as a part of holistic care of the client /patient.
-masters the principles of infection prevention and puts their knowledge into practice in the implementation of infection prevention.
-evaluates nutrition of customer client/patient and identifies a client/patient at a risk of malnutrition.
-demonstrates knowledge of the principles of wound treatment and is able to apply their knowledge in treatment of chronic wounds.
-uses various methods to support the psycho-social and spiritual needs of patients and their next-of-kin.
- identifies risk factors of clients/patients and provides early support to those in need.
- complies with the requirements and regulations governing data protection and information security in health care and social welfare services relating to the creation, use, storage and disposal of data.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.
-takes into account the principle of sustainable development.

FIRST AID
The student
-is able to recognize the need for immediate first aid.
-knows how to act in first aid situations and how to follow them.
-is able to act calmly in first-aid situations.
-is able to provide first aid in various emergency situations, including emergency aid, and is motivated to maintain his first aid competence and skills.
-knows about the plans made to secure health care in cooperation with the general civil protection and civil protection during any exceptional circumstances.

Content

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
Philosophy of nursing care; values, principles and ethical guidelines, autonomy and the right to self-determination
Cultural background in encounters and interaction with the client
Nursing care process (defining needs, nursing care diagnosis, nursing care planning, implementation of interventions and evaluation of outcomes)
Asepsis
Hand hygiene and routine safety precaution
Common nursing care methods
Assisting the patient in mobility and rehabilitative nursing
Identifying the need for mental and spiritual support
Nursing care of a dying patient
Information security and data protection and related legislation
Management of the process of health care and social welfare data of the client, from collection to sharing and utilizing
Client-centered decision-making, implementation and evaluation of nursing care
Use of different categories in the classifications of nursing, and free text recording
Finnish Care Classification (FinCC) – (FiCND, FiCNI, FiCNO)
Sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
Activities in different emergency situations
Emergency first aid. Basic Life Support Operating in exceptional circumstances.
Lecture lessons, first aid practice

Teaching methods

First aid: Theory lectures, first aid practical training and skills labs; assignment and independent studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
1-2
The student
- searches information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- demonstrates that he/she is able to some extent to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- makes a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- follows instructions, is competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations.
- demonstrates that he/she knows the ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares some of his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is able to analyse his/ her strengths and development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations so that the condition of the helper is not impaired.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
3-4
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centered clinical nursing and actively familiarizes himself/ herself with the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centered clinical nursing.
- at work, in client-centered clinical nursing, considers ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team, following the principles of client-centered clinical nursing and sharing knowledge.
-develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centered clinical nursing.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in nursing
FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations, taking into account the situation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
5
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centred clinical nursing and is able to explain its use in client-centred clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centred clinical nursing.
- can explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is able to solve tasks and problems in client-centred clinical nursing.
- can give reasons for his/her actions based on the ethical principles of registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares his/her knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-systematically develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing.
- knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations, taking into account the situation broadly.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centred clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate ability to use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centred clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for nurses/public health nurses in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not know the principles of sustainable development

FIRST AID
The student
-does not recognize the immediate need for first aid and is unable to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is not able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations.

Assessment methods and criteria

Approved/ accepted CPR skills
Obligatory attendance in theory and in skills labs / practical training
approved/ passed written exam (pass/fail)

Enrollment

02.01.2023 - 22.02.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.12.2023

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Maija Hiltunen
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Th Nimeämätön
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Paula Paussu
Scheduling groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Ensiapu-harjoitukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-taitopajat (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kuntoutus (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH23K
Education groups
  • Ensiapu-teoria
  • Ensiapu-harjoitukset
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-teoria
  • Kliinisen hoitotyön perustaidot-taitopajat
  • Kuntoutus

Objective

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- demonstrates ability to function in the role of an expert in nursing care and to accept responsibility for their actions.
-is able to work in accordance with the values, ethical guidelines and principles of nursing care, and evaluates their implementation in daily nursing care.
-demonstrates ability to encounter client/patients from different cultures individually.
-responds to the needs of the client/patient by planning, implementing and assessing appropriate individual nursing care in cooperation with the client/patient, their next-of-kin, and other professionals in health care and social welfare services.
-masters the knowledge and skills needed for key nursing interventions as a part of holistic care of the client /patient.
-masters the principles of infection prevention and puts their knowledge into practice in the implementation of infection prevention.
-evaluates nutrition of customer client/patient and identifies a client/patient at a risk of malnutrition.
-demonstrates knowledge of the principles of wound treatment and is able to apply their knowledge in treatment of chronic wounds.
-uses various methods to support the psycho-social and spiritual needs of patients and their next-of-kin.
- identifies risk factors of clients/patients and provides early support to those in need.
- complies with the requirements and regulations governing data protection and information security in health care and social welfare services relating to the creation, use, storage and disposal of data.
-demonstrates knowledge of appropriate recording of the client’s /patient’s nursing care process, and is capable of evaluating whether data recorded in the patient data repository is up-to-date, correct and of good quality.
-documents the nursing care of client/patient according to the nursing care process; assesses the client’s/patient’s need for interventions (care) in accordance with the Finnish Care Classification (FinCC), plans and implements interventions using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Interventions (FiCNI), evaluates nursing outcomes using the Finnish Classification of Nursing Outcomes (FiCNO), as well as produces a summary of the nursing care.
-takes into account the principle of sustainable development.

FIRST AID
The student
-is able to recognize the need for immediate first aid.
-knows how to act in first aid situations and how to follow them.
-is able to act calmly in first-aid situations.
-is able to provide first aid in various emergency situations, including emergency aid, and is motivated to maintain his first aid competence and skills.
-knows about the plans made to secure health care in cooperation with the general civil protection and civil protection during any exceptional circumstances.

Content

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
Philosophy of nursing care; values, principles and ethical guidelines, autonomy and the right to self-determination
Cultural background in encounters and interaction with the client
Nursing care process (defining needs, nursing care diagnosis, nursing care planning, implementation of interventions and evaluation of outcomes)
Asepsis
Hand hygiene and routine safety precaution
Common nursing care methods
Assisting the patient in mobility and rehabilitative nursing
Identifying the need for mental and spiritual support
Nursing care of a dying patient
Information security and data protection and related legislation
Management of the process of health care and social welfare data of the client, from collection to sharing and utilizing
Client-centered decision-making, implementation and evaluation of nursing care
Use of different categories in the classifications of nursing, and free text recording
Finnish Care Classification (FinCC) – (FiCND, FiCNI, FiCNO)
Sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
Activities in different emergency situations
Emergency first aid. Basic Life Support Operating in exceptional circumstances.
Lecture lessons, first aid practice

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
1-2
The student
- searches information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- demonstrates that he/she is able to some extent to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- makes a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- follows instructions, is competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations.
- demonstrates that he/she knows the ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares some of his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is able to analyse his/ her strengths and development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.
- knows the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations so that the condition of the helper is not impaired.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
3-4
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centered clinical nursing and actively familiarizes himself/ herself with the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centered clinical nursing.
- at work, in client-centered clinical nursing, considers ethical principles for registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team, following the principles of client-centered clinical nursing and sharing knowledge.
-develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centered clinical nursing.
-knows and can use the principles of sustainable development in nursing
FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different emergency situations, taking into account the situation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
5
The student
- searches various sources for information required in client-centred clinical nursing and is able to explain its use in client-centred clinical nursing.
- uses and applies evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is competent to implement responsible and safe client-centred clinical nursing.
- can explain his/her actions in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is able to solve tasks and problems in client-centred clinical nursing.
- can give reasons for his/her actions based on the ethical principles of registered nurses/public health nurses.
- is competent to work as a member of a team and shares his/her knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-systematically develops himself/herself and his/her competence in client-centred clinical nursing.
- knows and can implement the principles of sustainable development in nursing

FIRST AID
The student
-recognizes the need for immediate first aid and is able to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations, taking into account the situation broadly.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
BASICS OF CLINICAL NURSING AND REHABILITATION
The student
- does not know how to search information required in individual situations in client-centred clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate ability to use the knowledge base of client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centred clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for nurses/public health nurses in client-centred clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share knowledge in client-centred clinical nursing.
-is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centred clinical nursing.
- does not know the principles of sustainable development

FIRST AID
The student
-does not recognize the immediate need for first aid and is unable to provide the necessary emergency assistance.
-is not able to act according to the principles of first aid in different first aid situations.

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Sh4kl Nimeämätön
  • Pasi Alanen
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Johanna Soini
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

29.08.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Johanna Soini
Student groups
  • SH22S

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

14.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

05.09.2022 - 09.10.2022

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Pasi Alanen
  • Johanna Soini
Student groups
  • SH22K

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Meri Matala-Aho
  • Johanna Soini
Student groups
  • MSH22K

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 27.11.2022

Credits

7 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Marja Toukola
  • Johanna Soini
  • Carita Sandell-Kaukonen
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-is able to use nursing interventions to respond to the patients' nursing needs and to implement structured documentation using uniform classification.
-is able to apply the principles of preventing infections and explain why this is important in clinical nursing.
-is able to assess resources of patients and families from different cultural backgrounds and support them in planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based nursing interventions.
-takes a rehabilitation and resource-centered approach to his/her work with patients and family members of all ages.
-can assess needs for care using appropriate clinical and physiological tools or instruments, prioritize the findings and enter them into the structured documentation system.
-is able to plan, implement and evaluate patients' drug care.
The student can implement Finnish nutritional guidelines.
The student understands the principles of safety management and sustainable development and is aware of his/her responsibility in promoting these principles at the workplace.
The student can evaluate his/her professional competence critically from the perspectives of strengths and development needs.

Content

Practical training in settings which allow the student to practice basic client-centred clinical nursing. Writing and presenting an assignment. eDrug Care Certificate. Competence test.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail=0
The student
- does not know how to seek information required in individual situations in client-centered clinical nursing.
- cannot demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge base of client-centered clinical nursing.
- does not make a difference between everyday knowledge and evidence-based knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work in individual client-centered clinical nursing situations even if instructed.
- cannot demonstrate awareness of the ethical principles for registered nurses/ public health nurses in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is not competent to work as a member of a team or to share his/her knowledge in client-centered clinical nursing.
- is unable to analyse his/her strengths or development needs in client-centered clinical nursing.

Qualifications

workshops and simulation
drug calculations

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • MSH22SB

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of examination and follow-up treatments for key radiological studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Clinical examinations
1- 2
The student
-knows the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests.
-knows the basics of analytics.
-is familiar with clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies.
-is able to take different blood and urine samples as well as the ECG- film.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to make some use of radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe briefly how he / she guides the patient in some key radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish the most important radiation-damaging examinations from other studies.
-understands the most important risk factors related to magnetic examinations.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3- 4
Clinical examinations
The student
-understands the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results and is able to apply the knowledge in practice.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests, knowing the reasons for the respective case.
-knows the basics of different analytics and knows how to apply them in his/her activities.
-is familiar with key clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and physiology studies and is able to utilize the knowledge to guide the patient.
-is able to control different types of blood and urine samples and ECG- film and is able to justify his/ her actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to utilize radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe how he/she prepares and directs the patient in most important radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish radiation-related studies from other studies as a rule, and to understand the risk factors associated with magnetic investigation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
Clinical examinations
The student
-masters the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-student patient guidance for various laboratory tests is smooth and justified.
-is able to do high-quality analytics independently.
-masters the essential clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies and understands their importance in patient care.
-is able to control the taking of blood and urine specimens of different grades and the heart film independently, justifying their actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to apply radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-can reasonably describe how he / she prepares and guides the patient in all important radiological examinations.
-can critically justify and distinguish radiation-sensitive studies from other studies.
-understands the risk factors related to magnetic investigation, partly applying them in nursing.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail
The student does not master the essential issues of radiation legislation and radiation protection related to nursing.
The student is not able to describe the guidance and preparation of the patient coming to radiological / clinical studies or the description is fundamentally inadequate.
The student is unable to distinguish between radiation-sensitive studies and other studies.
The student does not know the risk factors of magnetic research.
Patient safety is compromised in the student's activities.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.01.2023

Timing

06.02.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • MSH22SA

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of examination and follow-up treatments for key radiological studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Clinical examinations
1- 2
The student
-knows the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests.
-knows the basics of analytics.
-is familiar with clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies.
-is able to take different blood and urine samples as well as the ECG- film.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to make some use of radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe briefly how he / she guides the patient in some key radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish the most important radiation-damaging examinations from other studies.
-understands the most important risk factors related to magnetic examinations.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3- 4
Clinical examinations
The student
-understands the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results and is able to apply the knowledge in practice.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests, knowing the reasons for the respective case.
-knows the basics of different analytics and knows how to apply them in his/her activities.
-is familiar with key clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and physiology studies and is able to utilize the knowledge to guide the patient.
-is able to control different types of blood and urine samples and ECG- film and is able to justify his/ her actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to utilize radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe how he/she prepares and directs the patient in most important radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish radiation-related studies from other studies as a rule, and to understand the risk factors associated with magnetic investigation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
Clinical examinations
The student
-masters the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-student patient guidance for various laboratory tests is smooth and justified.
-is able to do high-quality analytics independently.
-masters the essential clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies and understands their importance in patient care.
-is able to control the taking of blood and urine specimens of different grades and the heart film independently, justifying their actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to apply radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-can reasonably describe how he / she prepares and guides the patient in all important radiological examinations.
-can critically justify and distinguish radiation-sensitive studies from other studies.
-understands the risk factors related to magnetic investigation, partly applying them in nursing.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail
The student does not master the essential issues of radiation legislation and radiation protection related to nursing.
The student is not able to describe the guidance and preparation of the patient coming to radiological / clinical studies or the description is fundamentally inadequate.
The student is unable to distinguish between radiation-sensitive studies and other studies.
The student does not know the risk factors of magnetic research.
Patient safety is compromised in the student's activities.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Scheduling groups
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH22S
Education groups
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of examination and follow-up treatments for key radiological studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Clinical examinations
1- 2
The student
-knows the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests.
-knows the basics of analytics.
-is familiar with clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies.
-is able to take different blood and urine samples as well as the ECG- film.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to make some use of radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe briefly how he / she guides the patient in some key radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish the most important radiation-damaging examinations from other studies.
-understands the most important risk factors related to magnetic examinations.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3- 4
Clinical examinations
The student
-understands the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results and is able to apply the knowledge in practice.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests, knowing the reasons for the respective case.
-knows the basics of different analytics and knows how to apply them in his/her activities.
-is familiar with key clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and physiology studies and is able to utilize the knowledge to guide the patient.
-is able to control different types of blood and urine samples and ECG- film and is able to justify his/ her actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to utilize radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe how he/she prepares and directs the patient in most important radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish radiation-related studies from other studies as a rule, and to understand the risk factors associated with magnetic investigation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
Clinical examinations
The student
-masters the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-student patient guidance for various laboratory tests is smooth and justified.
-is able to do high-quality analytics independently.
-masters the essential clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies and understands their importance in patient care.
-is able to control the taking of blood and urine specimens of different grades and the heart film independently, justifying their actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to apply radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-can reasonably describe how he / she prepares and guides the patient in all important radiological examinations.
-can critically justify and distinguish radiation-sensitive studies from other studies.
-understands the risk factors related to magnetic investigation, partly applying them in nursing.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail
The student does not master the essential issues of radiation legislation and radiation protection related to nursing.
The student is not able to describe the guidance and preparation of the patient coming to radiological / clinical studies or the description is fundamentally inadequate.
The student is unable to distinguish between radiation-sensitive studies and other studies.
The student does not know the risk factors of magnetic research.
Patient safety is compromised in the student's activities.

Enrollment

14.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Scheduling groups
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH22K
Education groups
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of examination and follow-up treatments for key radiological studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Clinical examinations
1- 2
The student
-knows the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests.
-knows the basics of analytics.
-is familiar with clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies.
-is able to take different blood and urine samples as well as the ECG- film.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to make some use of radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe briefly how he / she guides the patient in some key radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish the most important radiation-damaging examinations from other studies.
-understands the most important risk factors related to magnetic examinations.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3- 4
Clinical examinations
The student
-understands the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results and is able to apply the knowledge in practice.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests, knowing the reasons for the respective case.
-knows the basics of different analytics and knows how to apply them in his/her activities.
-is familiar with key clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and physiology studies and is able to utilize the knowledge to guide the patient.
-is able to control different types of blood and urine samples and ECG- film and is able to justify his/ her actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to utilize radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe how he/she prepares and directs the patient in most important radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish radiation-related studies from other studies as a rule, and to understand the risk factors associated with magnetic investigation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
Clinical examinations
The student
-masters the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-student patient guidance for various laboratory tests is smooth and justified.
-is able to do high-quality analytics independently.
-masters the essential clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies and understands their importance in patient care.
-is able to control the taking of blood and urine specimens of different grades and the heart film independently, justifying their actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to apply radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-can reasonably describe how he / she prepares and guides the patient in all important radiological examinations.
-can critically justify and distinguish radiation-sensitive studies from other studies.
-understands the risk factors related to magnetic investigation, partly applying them in nursing.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail
The student does not master the essential issues of radiation legislation and radiation protection related to nursing.
The student is not able to describe the guidance and preparation of the patient coming to radiological / clinical studies or the description is fundamentally inadequate.
The student is unable to distinguish between radiation-sensitive studies and other studies.
The student does not know the risk factors of magnetic research.
Patient safety is compromised in the student's activities.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 05.02.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Scheduling groups
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH22K
Education groups
  • Säteilysuojelu ja radiologiset tutkimukset
  • Kliiniset tutkimukset

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of examination and follow-up treatments for key radiological studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Clinical examinations
1- 2
The student
-knows the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests.
-knows the basics of analytics.
-is familiar with clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies.
-is able to take different blood and urine samples as well as the ECG- film.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to make some use of radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe briefly how he / she guides the patient in some key radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish the most important radiation-damaging examinations from other studies.
-understands the most important risk factors related to magnetic examinations.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3- 4
Clinical examinations
The student
-understands the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results and is able to apply the knowledge in practice.
-is able to guide the patient to various laboratory tests, knowing the reasons for the respective case.
-knows the basics of different analytics and knows how to apply them in his/her activities.
-is familiar with key clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and physiology studies and is able to utilize the knowledge to guide the patient.
-is able to control different types of blood and urine samples and ECG- film and is able to justify his/ her actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to utilize radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-is able to describe how he/she prepares and directs the patient in most important radiological examinations.
-is able to distinguish radiation-related studies from other studies as a rule, and to understand the risk factors associated with magnetic investigation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5
Clinical examinations
The student
-masters the role of the nurse in the laboratory process and in obtaining reliable laboratory results.
-student patient guidance for various laboratory tests is smooth and justified.
-is able to do high-quality analytics independently.
-masters the essential clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology and physiology studies and understands their importance in patient care.
-is able to control the taking of blood and urine specimens of different grades and the heart film independently, justifying their actions.

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations
The student
-is able to apply radiation legislation related to medical radiation use and aspects related to radiation protection in nursing.
-can reasonably describe how he / she prepares and guides the patient in all important radiological examinations.
-can critically justify and distinguish radiation-sensitive studies from other studies.
-understands the risk factors related to magnetic investigation, partly applying them in nursing.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Fail
The student does not master the essential issues of radiation legislation and radiation protection related to nursing.
The student is not able to describe the guidance and preparation of the patient coming to radiological / clinical studies or the description is fundamentally inadequate.
The student is unable to distinguish between radiation-sensitive studies and other studies.
The student does not know the risk factors of magnetic research.
Patient safety is compromised in the student's activities.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marika Toivonen
  • Katriina Kuhalampi
Student groups
  • TH22

Objective

The student
-knows the stages of the laboratory process and is able to guide the patient to the most common clinical trials.
-is able to take the ECG-film and the most common blood and urine samples.
-is familiar with the basics of analytics, as well as basic clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology studies.

The student
-is able to describe the most important radiation protection and radiation protection aspects related to medical radiation use.
-is able to prepare and guide the patient for the most important radiological examinations: X-ray examinations, ultrasound examinations and magnetic examinations and radiological procedures.

Content

Clinical examinations: Laboratory process, blood and urine sampling, and other analytics. Basic examinations in clinical chemistry, hematology, physiology and microbiology

Radiation Protection and Radiological Examinations: Generation of X-rays and biological effects of radiation
Radiation legislation in Finland and radiation protection methods for medical radiation use
Preparations for examinations, course of exa