39311 - Nursing Internship 2 (FO)

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Academic Year 2019/2020

Course contents

Prerequisites for admission to the exam: - having passed the exams of the 1st year, the exams of clinical sciences of medical-specialist area and clinical sciences of the surgical-specialist area and medical-surgical nursing - the achievement of 17 credits with 510 hours: 15 CFU in the internship sites and 2 credits for activities related to the internship (Articles 4 and 5 of the internship regulations) - The achievement of the clinical learning objectives documented by the assessment assessments of the internship with positive evaluations; - the production of three clinical-assistance cases of people assisted with priority health problems using the Gordon nursing assessment model; the Carpenito diagnostic process and the development of the assistance plan. The student in relation to the training course carried out in the 2nd year must make explicit the application contents of the following standards: - Ministerial Decree 739/94 - Law 42/1999 - Law 251/2000 - Code of Ethics 2019 The student must demonstrate: know how to conduct a nursing assessment also through the use of some assessment scales and the interpretation of data in relation to the knowledge acquired by the disciplines included in the teaching plan; -knowing how to identify some nursing diagnoses and collaborative problems developed in nursing teaching and methodical exercise activities; - know how to find solutions to the identified assistance problems and establish their priority, using the methodology of the assistance process and applying knowledge and acquired skills based on scientific evidence - know how to apply the assistance procedures (object of the program of the laboratory module I and II) and discuss their scientific rationale describing them in the context of the examined situation. - know how to apply the procedures related to hand hygiene, waste management, use of personal protective equipment and adoption of standard and additional precautions - use a technical-scientific language - being able to answer questions related to the clinical case subject of the test on ethical-deontological issues or relative to the rules of professional practice

Readings/Bibliography

R. F. Craven, C.J.Hirnle, S. Jensen '' Basic principles of nursing care '', fifth edition, CEA, 2013. Timby B.K., '' Fundamentals of nursing care, basic concepts and clinical skills '', McGraw-Hill, Milan, 2011. Albinelli P., Cottafavi K., Ferri P., '' The nurse between theory and practice '' athena, Modena, 2009. Brunner Suddarth '' Medical-surgical nursing '' CEA, 2006. L.J. Carpenito, Moyet '' Nursing Assistance and Documentation Plans '' Nursing diagnosis and collaborative problems '' CEA, 2017 Nanda-1 '' Nursing diagnosis: definitions and classification, 2015-2018 '' CEA, 2015. Nurse's Deontological Code, 2019. '' Anatomy - Competence - Nursing Responsibility '' IPASVI, Provincial Colleges of the Emilia Romagna Region, II edition 2011. Material provided by expert teachers.

Teaching methods

Clinical internship experience alongside clinical tutors / training guides, nurses or nursing coordinators in the surgical, medical and / or pediatric areas Additional clinical and methodological tutoring activities

Assessment methods

The verification of the overall learning is carried out in the context of the Internship exam, where the following are also considered: the ongoing and final assessments expressed by the internship tutors of the sites involved in relation to the achievement of the objectives set by the evaluation form. The Internship Exam is divided into a written test that must be passed to access the oral part: Written a planning of nursing assistance in written form starting from a clinical case prepared relating to the person with average care complexity; -1 microcase with a short answer question on rules governing professional practice (code of ethics, DM 739/94, L.42 / 99, etc.) -1 question on aspects subject to therapeutic education or health education (diet, physical activity, restrictions, lifestyle, ..) - 1 microcase with drug dosage calculation for adult and child The student must use a legible and understandable spelling, the case cannot be corrected or omitted, without using unconventional acronyms and / or abbreviations. Oral Illustrate the scientific rationale of the procedures chosen mainly among those that are the subject of the laboratory of the course year.

Teaching tools

Documentation for educational planning assistance.Company procedures and material provided in laboratory activities

Office hours

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