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Basics of Clinical Nursing, Rehabilitation and First Aid (6 cr)

Code: SH00CN92-3002

General information


Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 31.10.2021

Timing

25.10.2021 - 05.06.2022

Credits

6 op

Teaching languages

  • Finnish

Degree programmes

  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing

Teachers

  • Maija Hiltunen
  • Riikka Halmesmäki
  • Marja Toukola
  • Hanna Keski-Saari
  • Terhi Haapala
  • Pasi Alanen

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

  • MSH21S

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

Teaching methods

Lectures, e-learning, practice in classes
Getting acquainted with the teaching material in Moodle and practical exercises in skill labs.

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

Active participation, assignments, compulsory attendance in laboratory classes, exam

Numerical evaluation 1-5