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Surgical, perioperative and gynaecological nursing (4 cr)

Code: SH00BY07-3007

General information


Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 19.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

4 op

Teaching languages

  • Finnish

Degree programmes

  • Degree Programme in Nursing

Teachers

  • Tiina Hemminki
  • Niina Keskinen
  • Terhi Haapala
  • Pasi Alanen
  • Paula Paussu
  • Paula Paloniemi

Scheduling groups

  • Kirurginen hoitotyö-teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kirurginen hoitotyö- taitopajat ja simulaatiot (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Naistentautien hoitotyö (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Perioperatiivinen hoitotyö -teoria (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Perioperatiivinen hoitotyö-taitopajat ja simulaatiot (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)

Student groups

  • SH20

Education groups

  • Kirurginen hoitotyö-teoria
  • Kirurginen hoitotyö- taitopajat ja simulaatiot
  • Naistentautien hoitotyö
  • Perioperatiivinen hoitotyö-teoria
  • Perioperatiivinen hoitotyö-taitopajat ja simulaatiot

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. The student is able to assess the resources of patients and their relatives coming from different cultural backgrounds. In addition, the student is able to take this assessment into consideration when planning, implementing and evaluating the surgical, perioperative or gynecological nursing. Moreover, the student can plan, implement and evaluate nursing interventions for patients and family members of all ages facing common surgical / gynecological conditions / perioperative situations.
The student can use evidence-based implementations developed for surgical, perioperative and gynaecological nursing to help, support, and counsel patients and family members of all ages. The student knows how to act aseptically.The student can observe and manage different wounds. The student is competent in common nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations used as part of surgical, perioperative and gynaecological nursing. The student knows how to support and promote surgical, perioperative and gynecological patients' and families' health, self-care, rehabilitation and ability to function. The student is able to manage and support pain patients of all ages.

Content

Health promotion, self-care support and rehabilitation in nursing with surgical, perioperative or gynaecological patients and their families. Nursing interventions (FinCC) in surgical, perioperative and gynaecological nursing. The national documentation model for nursing. Effica. The impact of the patient's age, sex, cultural background, growth and development stage and care and service setting on the care of acutely ill patients and their families. Assessment of nursing needs and monitoring vital functions in surgical, perioperative or gynaecological patients. Essential examinations, nursing procedures and diagnostic examinations in surgical, perioperative and gynaecological nursing. Pre, intra and postoperative nursing, rehabilitation and counselling. Asepsis in surgical, perioperative or gynaecological nursing. Pain control. Nursing, rehabilitation and counselling of injured patients. Nursing and counselling of patients and families facing a crisis. Multiprofessionalism in the care of surgical, perioperative or gynaecological patients. Counselling of patients and families. Radiation protection and radiological examinations. A safe nursing environment. Occupational safety. Surgery, anaesthesiology and gynaecological diseases.

The safe use of common technology in examinations and treatments throughout the care and service pathways for patients of all ages.

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/public health 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/public health 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/public health 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

Basics of Clinical Nursing 1 and 2.