Course: Theoretical Introduction to Nursing and Nursing Process I.

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Course title Theoretical Introduction to Nursing and Nursing Process I.
Course code UOP/CTZO1
Organizational form of instruction Lecture
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 1
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Hudáčková Andrea, PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
Lectures: (1 class per week - 12 weeks) 1st week: Introduction to problems. Nursing as a scientific discipline (the term, the definition, the subject of nursing). Relationship between nursing and the other scientific disciplines. 2nd week: History of nursing. 3rd week: Philosophy of nursing. Alopathic and nonalopathic approach to treatment of a disease. 4th week: Organisation and management of nursing care. The concept of Czech nursing. Forms and methods of nursing care. 5th week: Primary, secondary and tertiary care. Community care. Palliative care. Introduction to rehabilitation nursing. 6th week: Education in nursing and the other non-medical professions. Legislative documents associated with education in non-medical health professions. 7th week: Regulatory system of nursing practice. National register of health workers. 8th week: National and international professional organisations in nursing and urgent care. 9th week: Quality and standardization of health care and nursing care. Quality management. Audit. Accreditation of health-care facilities in CZ. 10th week: Nursing process as a method of nursing practice - introduction 11th week: Nursing documentation: Nursing anamnesis. Differrences of assessment in children, adults and seniors. Nursing assessment of the present health condition. 12th week: Anamnesis collection in the ill according to M. Gordon's model.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Work with text (with textbook, with book), Projection, E-learning
Learning outcomes
" Students understand the coherence of the historical development in nursing up to the present day " Students understand the basis of holistic philosophy and the holistic approach in caring for the health of a person, family and community " Students understand the basic values (beliefs, convictions) in nursing " Students master the new nursing terminology " Students understand different concepts of human needs in nursing " Students acquire theoretical knowledge of the nursing process and its phases " Students learn how to implement the method of the nursing process and receive orientation in its particular phases " Students understand the problems of satisfying human needs as the basic task of nursing " Students will be familiarized with the problems of the basic human needs in wider connections, their classification, different concept in nursing and the other scientific branches " Students will know the Maslow hierarchy of needs and use it to judge the bio-psycho-social-mental human needs " Students will acquire information on the basic bio-psycho-social-mental human needs and their reaction to an unsatisfied need " Students will acquire the knowledge and skills which are necessary to satisfy the individual needs of people
" Students will know the coherence of the historical development in nursing p to the present day " Students understand the basis of holistic philosophy and the holistic approach in caring for the health of a person, family and community " Students understand the basic values (beliefs, convictions) in nursing " Students master the nursing terminology " Students know the nursing process and its particular phases. " Students receive orientation in the particular phases of the nursing process " Students are familiarized with the problems of basic human needs and are able to classify the basic needs of clients/patients " Students know the Maslow hierarchy of needs and its use to judge the needs " Students are able to implement a nursing process methos according to patients' present condition " Students are able to acquire the basic information on bio-psycho-social-mental human needs and their reaction to an unsatisfied need " Students are able to establish nursing diagnosis in connection with an unsatisfied need to a particular disease " Students can satisfy patients' needs according to their recency " Students can care for the physiological needs of clients/patients - need of nutrition, hydratation, excretion, mobility, sleep, rest as well as physical well-being, hygiene, sexuality " Students can care for patients with pain " Students can care for the basic psychosocial needs in clients/patients " Students can satisfy the need of certainty and safety " Students can satisfy the need of self-respect and self-realisation " Students can satisfy spiritual needs of clients/patients " Students can plan nursing care for a client/patient according to their individual needs " Students can completely assess the nursing process according to the present or potentional nursing diagnosis " Students have the knowledge and skills which are necessary to satisfy an individual's needs " Students can elaborate a case report according to Gordon's model - a nursing diagnosis, plan and assessment " Students can use specific measuring devices in nursing (VAS, Bartel, Northon...)
Prerequisites
unspecified

Assessment methods and criteria
Interview, Test

Credit requirements- WINTER SEMESTER: oral exam of knowledge acquired in the winter semester Students receive the topics during a lecture - the same as the lectures
Recommended literature
  • webové stránky profesních organizací.
  • Zákony a vyhlášky - dle aktuální legislativy.
  • FARKAŠOVÁ, D. a kol. Ošetřovatelství - teorie. Martin: Osveta, 2006. ISBN 80-8063-202-2.
  • KAFKOVÁ, V. Z historie českého ošetřovatelství. Brno: IDVPZ, 1991. ISBN 80-7013-123-3.
  • KUTNOHORSKÁ, J. Historie ošetřovatelství. Praha: Grada, 2010. ISBN 978-80-247-3224-4.
  • Mastiliaková, D. Holistické přístupy v péči o zdraví. Brno: NCONZO, 2007. ISBN 978-80-7013-457-3.
  • Staňková, M. Galerie historických osobností. Brno: Institut pro další vzdělávání pracovníků ve zdravotnictví, 2001. ISBN 80-7013-329-5.
  • Staňková, M. Z historie charitativní a řádové ošetřovatelské péče. In: Sestra - mimořádná příloha, červen, 2003.
  • TÓTHOVÁ, V. a kol. Ošetřovatelský proces a jeho realizace. Praha: Triton, 2009. ISBN 978-80-7387-286-1.


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