E-Book for the medication exam: Blundell, Adrian & Gordon Adam. 2015. Geriatric Medicine at a glance. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated. Available as E-book. https://diak.finna.fi/Search/Results?lookfor=+Geriatric+Medicine+at+a+glance&type=AllFields&dfApplied=1&hiddenFilters%5B%5D=building%3A0%2FDIAK%2F&limit=20 - Applicable parts; Part I: Chapters 1,3,4,7 - Applicable parts; Part II Gersch, C., Heimgartner, N.M, Rebar, C.R, Willis, L.M. 2016 (Fourth edition). Medical-surgical nursing. Made incredibly easy. LWW Staff. Springhouse publishing company. E-book - Chapter 21 Vitality in later years : food recommendation for older adults. 2020. https://www.julkari.fi/handle/10024/140764 ISBAR ABCDE -assesment NEWS assesment tools Lecture materials Additional sources: Tetley, J., Cox, N., Jack, K., & Witham, G. (Eds.). (2018). Nursing older people at a glance. ProQuest Ebook Central https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/diak/detail.action?docID=5302587 Kantor, D. (2019). Lippincott Visual Nursing?: A Guide to Clinical Diseases, Skills, and Treatments: Vol. Third edition. Wolters Kluwer Health. https://anna.diak.fi/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=2112286&site=ehost-live or https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/diak/detail.action?docID=5762693 Marie Boltz, P. R. G.-B. F. F., Elizabeth Capezuti, P. R. F., Terry T. Fulmer, P. R. F., & DeAnne Zwicker, D. A. B. (2016). Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice: Vol. 5th edition. Springer Publishing Company. https://anna.diak.fi/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=1203025&site=ehost-live Peate, I., & Stephens, M. (2020). Wound care at a glance. ProQuest Ebook Central. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/diak/detail.action?docID=5983905 LWW (2016). Health assessment made incredibly visual!. ProQuest Ebook Central https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/diak/detail.a Gonzalez-Morales, B. 2019. Action of nurses to improve prospective memory in people affected by alzheimers. CALCULATION TEST: Shihab, P. (2014). Numeracy in nursing and healthcare : Calculations and practice. Taylor & Francis. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/diak/detail.action?docID=1753265
Activating lectures Seminar assigment (Case method) and seminar (mandatory participation) Skill labs (mandatory participation) Calculation workshops (mandatory participation) Self study (reading material, web material) Examination (medication and calculation test)
Evaluation scale: 1-5/failed. Successful completion of the course requires - Participation in the first lecture - Calculation test approved - Participation in exam (evaluation on a scale of 1-5) - Participation in skill labs (4h+4h) - Participation in seminar (4h) (evaluation on a scale of 1-5)
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Riikka Tuominen, Suvi Vierelä, Linnea Jokinen
Calculators are allowed in medication calculation test.
Skill-labs in small groups.
The student has to pass the course to go out on Home care-practical training.
Degree Programme in Health Care, Nursing
The medication and calculation exam in the end of the course.
Activating lectures: 4 x 4 hours (16 hours) and Seminar 1 x 4 hours (mandatory participation) = 2 cr Skill labs: 1 x 8 hours/ student (mandatory participation) = 1 cr Calculation workshops 1 x 3 hours/ student (mandatory participation) = 2 cr Self study: 92 hours (reading material, web material, activating test) and Examination: 3 hours (Medication and calculation test) (incl. in 5 cr)
Learning outcomes At the end of the course the student is expected to be able to: - use evidence based caring science in the home care and outpatient care context - understand for community care, outpatient care, the meaning of the home and the relatives for the patient - see the collaboration between hospital- and outpatients care and understand the continuity of the care - respect the patient in her home -understand of the rehabilitation system, social benefits, organization and social services system in Finland social service and social aid and working methods -plan, carry out and evaluate the home call independently and make a care assessment and counseling over the phone and a care plan for the client -see the clients’ health resources and develop his/her health prevention and promotion thinking -consider the special matters concerning clients from different cultures -understand the main principles of medication administration (knowledge of medicines in elderly and adequate calculation skills) and nutrition in elderly -know the normal aging process and the possibly variations from the normal aging -document observations and care activities in the home setting -know different eHealth solutions in the outpatient care Contents: -Patient assessment by using patient safety tools (ABCDE, NEWS) -Community health care -The care of elderly -Outpatient care -Rehabilitation -Nutrition -Social benefits -Central caring activities and examinations in home care and outpatient care -Decision making process in health care; planning, implementation and assessment of the caring.