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Degree Programme in Nursing

Degree:
Bachelor of Health Care

Degree title:
sairaanhoitaja (AMK), Bachelor of Health Care

Credits:
210 ects

Objectives

As a registered nurse, you have a strong competence in clinical nursing practice, and readiness to plan, implement, assess and develop the nursing of patients of varying ages. As a specialist in nursing, you educate, support, treat and rehabilitate patients with different health problems in cooperation with a multiprofessional team and the patient’s next of kin. As a registered nurse you will be able to explain and justify your actions.

The importance of social and health care legislation, professional ethics and supporting and increasing patients’ and clients’ capacity, health and well-being is emphasized in patient and client centered care.

Degree programme description

The curriculum of the Degree Programme in Nursing is based on EU directives and national guidelines regarding the competence of nurses responsible for general care (180 ECTS credits), including common competence areas of the University of Applied Sciences. The competence areas are included in modules and courses.

Common competence areas of the University of Applied Sciences include the following:
• learning competence
• ethical competence
• working community competence
• innovation competence
• internationality competence.

Competence areas specific to the Degree Programme in Nursing include the following:
• professionalism and ethics
• patient and client centered care
• interaction and multiprofessional team work
• health promotion
• management
• information management
• patient education and support of selfcare
• clinical nursing practice
• evidence-based practice, utilization of research evidence and decision making
• entrepreneurship and development
• quality control
• service system in social and health care
• patient safety.

Various situations of clinical nursing and patient education are practiced during the studies. Modern simulation and practical learning environments, with modern equipment, enable the creation of realistic learning environments.
One third of the studies are implemented as clinical practice in various nursing environments. Clinical practice is carried out in various units of primary health care, specialized health care and community sector.

The degree includes core competence and complementary competence studies. Core competence includes knowledge, skills and qualifications that registered nurses must master at work and that form the basis for continuous learning. Complementary competence expands and deepends the core competence.


Degree Programme in Nursing includes the following modules:
Core competence:
• Basics of clinical nursing
• Health promotion
• Clinical nursing
• Clinical practice
• Language and communication studies
• Evidence-based nursing
• Bachelor’s thesis

The complementary competence includes the development of professionalism, clinical practice and optional studies. You can focus on areas such as
• acute care nursing
• outpatient clinical nursing
• eHealth
• mental health nursing or
• multidisciplinary competence.

In optional studies you can choose from various studies including innovation studies, entrepreneurship, data management and Russian studies.

Language and communication studies will help to communicate both orally and in writing in the nursing profession. You will be able to participate in international communication and interaction in Finnish or Swedish, and in English.


Implementation of studies and flexible learning tracks

Your personal study and career plans, prepared at the beginning of your studies, are built on the objectives of the degree programme and on the knowledge and skills previously acquired, in order to support your decisions in career planning, course options, practical training, thesis and international studies.

It is essential that the previously acquired skills meet the aims of the degree programme and the particular course.

In the scheduled track, you participate in the classroom instruction and guidance. Your studying includes classroom and online studying, as well as and simulations in various environments.

How to speed up the studies?
You can speed up your studies within the limits of the prior study requirement of the courses. A careful planning is suggested when speeding up the studies, since learning and achieving competences requires time.
Speeding up your studies requires excellent time management skills and readiness for independent studying.

If you have prior competence related to the course, such as studies or work experience on the subject, you can have the course accredited either partially or in full.

How can studies and working be connected?

If you work in a health care environment, organization or in a project run by a higher education institution, you can carry out courses at your own work place / as part of your project either partially or in full.

When you have completed 140 ECTS credits, you are entitled to work as substitute nurse. This working experience can be accredited to your studies as clinical practice.
Your wellbeing is very important to all of us. During your studies, you have the support of the entire Xamk staff. All Xamk campuses have a student affairs office and student health care.

BYOD – Bring Your Own Device

New students arriving in Xamk are subject to our BYOD policy. The BYOD policy requires that students bring their own devices, such as laptops, to campus.

Career opportunities

The employment rate of registered nurses is high .Registered nurses are employed by social and health care organizations, associations or the private sector. Your workplace may be in a hospital inpatient ward, policlinic, surgical ward, home care, various rehabilitation and nursing homes, or health care clinics. RN can also work in development tasks or as an entrepreneur. There are also substantial international employment opportunities.

Registered nurses are licensed health care professionals. The education meets the criteria of nursing education given by the European Council, and contains the professional competence of a nurse responsible for general care.
Only a graduated, licensed professional can work as a registered nurse. After completing your studies, you will apply for the license from the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health.

RDI and cooperation with world of work

Almost half of the studies is conducted in cooperation with the world of work. Clinical practice in different nursing environments strengthens your working skills and participation in multiprofessional networks. The Bachelor’s thesis is related to local development projects or other work-related development tasks.

Cooperation between teaching and RDI (research, development and innovation) provides you with experience in development projects connected to local, national or European networks. Cooperation between RDI and teaching gives you opportunities to participate in local, national and international development projects. In RDI projects you will participate in multidisciplinary teamwork with local service providers, and university staff and students.

Learning environments

In nursing studies, a lot of learning is gained using simulations and online studies. There are modern simulation environments on all Xamk campuses. They include various hospital environments, a functional ability lab and domestic environments. Clinical practice included in the studies is carried out in different health care environments.

Nursing, online/part-time studies

Nursing, online/part-time studies
Nursing, part-time studies

Nursing, part-time studies

Nursing, part-time studies

Nursing, online/part-time studies

Nursing, online/part-time studies

Nursing, online/part-time studies

Nursing, online/part-time studies
Nurse, part-time studies

Nursing, part-time studies

Nurse, full-time studies

Nurse, full-time studies
Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, full-time studies
Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies
Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies

Nurse, part-time studies
Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 07.10.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Mari Hakala
  • Leena Kosunen
Responsible person

Leena Kosunen

Student groups
  • SHKT21KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Materials

The study material is given in Learn.

Teaching methods

Studying includes contact teaching and independent online work. The course includes study assigments, practice exams and final exam.

Employer connections

Possible expert lectures or working life visits.

Exam schedules

Final exam is electronic exam in the exam rooms. The deadlines for the learning tasks are announced at the beginning of the course in Learn.
The practice exams must be taken before the pre-clinical practice 2, which is closely related to the course (separate registration).

Student workload

5 x 27 h , total 135 h

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Preconditions:
Approved courses
-Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5 ect
-Basics of clinical nursing 5 ect
-Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5 ect
-Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4 ect
-Clinical training, basics in nursing
-Nursing in medical wards 5 ect
-Surgical and perioperative nursing 5 ect
-Preclinical training (nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing the learning tasks assigned to the student. Evaluation: complemented - passed.
Exam, evaluation: failed-1-5.

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

19.09.2022 - 02.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Maria Koski
Student groups
  • THMI20KP
    Health care, fulltime studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • TerSTYNN2
Student groups
  • SHMI20SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiia Laukkanen
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Niina Luukkonen

Student groups
  • SHSA20KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 26.03.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • TerSTYNN2
Student groups
  • SHMI21KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 26.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 45

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Mari Penttilä
  • Leena Kosunen
Responsible person

Leena Kosunen

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Materials

The study material is given in Learn.

Teaching methods

Studying includes contact teaching and independent online work. The course includes study assigments, practice exams and final exam.

Employer connections

Possible expert lectures or working life visits.

Exam schedules

Final exam is electronic exam in the exam rooms. The deadlines for the learning tasks are announced at the beginning of the course in Learn.
The practice exams must be taken before the pre-clinical practice 2, which is closely related to the course (separate registration).

Student workload

5 x 27 h , total 135 h

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Preconditions:
Approved courses
-Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5 ect
-Basics of clinical nursing 5 ect
-Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5 ect
-Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4 ect
-Clinical training, basics in nursing
-Nursing in medical wards 5 ect
-Surgical and perioperative nursing 5 ect
-Preclinical training (nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing the learning tasks assigned to the student. Evaluation: complemented - passed.
Exam, evaluation: failed-1-5.

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

13.02.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 45

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Mari Penttilä
  • Leena Kosunen
Responsible person

Leena Kosunen

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM2
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Materials

The study material is given in Learn.

Teaching methods

Studying includes contact teaching and independent online work. The course includes study assigments, practice exams and final exam.

Employer connections

Possible expert lectures or working life visits.

Exam schedules

Final exam is electronic exam in the exam rooms. The deadlines for the learning tasks are announced at the beginning of the course in Learn.
The practice exams must be taken before the pre-clinical practice 2, which is closely related to the course (separate registration).

Student workload

5 x 27 h , total 135 h

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Preconditions:
Approved courses
-Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5 ect
-Basics of clinical nursing 5 ect
-Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5 ect
-Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4 ect
-Clinical training, basics in nursing
-Nursing in medical wards 5 ect
-Surgical and perioperative nursing 5 ect
-Preclinical training (nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing the learning tasks assigned to the student. Evaluation: complemented - passed.
Exam, evaluation: failed-1-5.

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 17.03.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Mari Penttilä
  • Leena Kosunen
Responsible person

Leena Kosunen

Student groups
  • EHKT21SM
    Paramedic, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Materials

The study material is given in Learn.

Teaching methods

Studying includes contact teaching and independent online work. The course includes study assigments, practice exams and final exam.

Employer connections

Possible expert lectures or working life visits.

Exam schedules

Final exam is electronic exam in the exam rooms. The deadlines for the learning tasks are announced at the beginning of the course in Learn.
The practice exams must be taken before the pre-clinical practice 2, which is closely related to the course (separate registration).

Student workload

5 x 27 h , total 135 h

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Preconditions:
Approved courses
-Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5 ect
-Basics of clinical nursing 5 ect
-Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5 ect
-Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4 ect
-Clinical training, basics in nursing
-Nursing in medical wards 5 ect
-Surgical and perioperative nursing 5 ect
-Preclinical training (nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing the learning tasks assigned to the student. Evaluation: complemented - passed.
Exam, evaluation: failed-1-5.

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marko Issakainen
  • SAKO_YAMK1 STSY
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Sari Pölönen

Student groups
  • SHSA20SP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marko Issakainen
  • SAKO_YAMK1 STSY
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Sari Pölönen

Student groups
  • SHSA20SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply information on anatomy and physiology, patophysiology, pharmacology and medical treatment in the planning, implementation and assessment of the patient's safe medical treatment.
You can assess the need for care of a patient needing urgent care.
You can estimate the need of immediate care systematically and can act in acute care situations and emergencies.
In cooperation with a multidisciplinary expert team, you can integrate nutrition therapy and guidance as part of comprehensive care in the treatment of a critically ill patient.
You can apply your knowledge about injuries when threating an injured person.
You can apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive care nursing.
You can begin the immediate rescue operations independently and can carry out measures in crises and catastrophe situations.

Content

How do you assess the care need of a patient who needs urgent care? (The assessment of the need for urgent care, ABCDE, News, assessment of the need for care of an emergency patient)
How do you act when taking care of patients needing urgent and/or intensive care, and in emergencies?
How do you estimate the need for nutrients of a critically or acutely ill patient, and how do you follow the fluid consumption/fluid balance?
How do you design, implement and assess the patient's medical treatment in acute and intensive nursing (Applied pharmacology)
How do you support the functional ability of an injured person in acute and intensive nursing? How do you take into account the ethical questions in acute and intensive nursing?
How do you operate in an accident situation?
How do you operate in a crisis and catastrophe situation and in radiation, nuclear, chemical or biological accidents?
How do you apply evidence based knowledge in acute and intensive nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

First year courses, theory of nursing in medical wards, surgical and perioperative nursing and gerontological nursing

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 30.11.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 20

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anne Kylmälä
  • Katri Rissanen
Responsible person

Katri Rissanen

Objective

Student
- understands pain-origin mechanisms
- knows the types of pain
- assesses the pain management process
- knows the drug and non-medicated methods of pain management
- is able to consider own activities based on legislation, ethical guidelines and treatment recommendations

Content

- pain-producing mechanisms
- types of pain
- pain management process
- pain assessment
- pain management (medicated and non-medicated)
- pain management of special groups
- the rights of the patient, the responsibilities and duty of the nurse

Materials

learn -learning environment

Teaching methods

The study takes place according to your own schedule. (Please note the end date of the course)
Teaching does not include time or place bound learning.
The student independently performs the learning tasks and the last reflection task.

Objectives:
-understands pain-origin mechanisms
-knows the types of pain
-asseses the pain management process
-knows the drug and non-medicated methods of pain management
-be able to consider own activities based on legislation, ethical guidelines and treatment recommendations
Content and implementation:
-pain-producing mechanisms
-types of pain
-pain management process
-pain assessment
-pain management (medicated and non-medicated)
-pain management of special groups
-the rights of the patient, the responsibilities and duty of the nurse

Employer connections

-

Exam schedules

Learning assignments must be completed before the end of the course.

International connections

-

Student workload

5 x 27h

Content scheduling

-

Further information

-20 students/course
-Extra student enrollments will be removed without notice.
-Designed for first and second year students.

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

pass - fail
Passed learning environment tasks completed.
No contact teaching.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

07.11.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

60 % Contact teaching, 40 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marie Laaksonen
Responsible person

Marie Laaksonen

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM2
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 11.11.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

60 % Contact teaching, 40 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marie Laaksonen
Student groups
  • SHKT21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mira Kettunen
Responsible person

Mira Kettunen

Student groups
  • SHSA21KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

17.10.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna-Elina Hirvonen
Responsible person

Anna-Elina Hirvonen

Student groups
  • SHMI21KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 02.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Kettunen
Responsible person

Riikka Kettunen

Student groups
  • SHMI21SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Karvinen
Responsible person

Tiina Karvinen

Student groups
  • SHSA21SP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riikka Kettunen
Responsible person

Riikka Kettunen

Student groups
  • SHSA21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in spoken and written situations in your own field.
You are familiar with the terminology of your field and able to communicate in Swedish in professional situations.

The objectives are based on the Common European Framework of Languages, level B1 and Government Decree 1129/2014.

After completing the course with the grade of 3, you are able to:
- understand clear standard and work-related speech.
- use basic structures reasonably well both in spoken and written situations.
- speak relatively fluently so that occasional mistakes in pronunciation or prosody do not lead to misunderstanding.
- describe your education and work experience for example when applying for a job.
- describe and discuss key issues of your professional field (eg. the operation, products, processes or services of companies and/or organizations).

Content

How do you use Swedish vocabulary related to education, work environment and workplace duties?
How do you use Swedish in different communicative situations of working life, for example in emails, telephoning and meetings?
How do you use the basic professional vocabulary required in your field and operational environment?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 21.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Taina Lehtonen

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Marko Issakainen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Marko Issakainen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.07.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Taina Lehtonen

Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 18.12.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 45

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Taina Lehtonen

Student groups
  • SHKT23KVM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.12.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Taina Lehtonen

Student groups
  • SHMI23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 18.12.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Taina Lehtonen
Responsible person

Taina Lehtonen

Student groups
  • SHSA23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You know the basics of the human body structure, functions and regulating systems and you can justify your actions in nursing and promoting health.
You understand the principles of the organ systems.
You know the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body.
You understand the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain.

Content

What are basic structures and functions of blood circulation, respiration, digestion, urinary excretion, reproduction, human musculoskeletal system, sense, nervous system, hormone secretion, and skin?
How does the organ system work?
What are the onset mechanisms of diseases and the resulting changes in the body?
What is the physiology of pain, the sensitivity of different tissues to pain, the experience of pain?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 02.10.2022

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mari Hakala
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • SHKT19SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 02.10.2022

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anne Kylmälä
  • Mari Hakala
  • Sanna Valliaro
  • Linda Metsälä
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • SHKT19SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

03.10.2022 - 04.11.2022

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mari Hakala
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • SHKT19SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Customer orientation
• you are able to identify the customer's resources and support him or her in planning, implementing and assessing treatment

Nursing ethics and professionalism
• you are able to work in accordance with nursing values and ethical principles
• you are able to act in accordance with legislation and ethical guidelines concerning the profession and you are able to assess their implementation in nursing
• you are able to work in various workgroups as a customer and nursing specialist
• you have adopted a professional nursing identity
• you are able to produce, share and utilize expertise in cross-disciplinary teams, networks and partnerships.

Management and entrepreneurship
• you are able to assess the resources of a work group and prioritize tasks and related responsibilities
• you are able to coordinate the customer's complete care program in accordance with your responsibilities
• you understand the significance of changes in health care and you are able to act in accordance with your own responsibilities when changes occur
• you are familiar with and able to recognize career development opportunities in nursing

Evidence-based work and decision-making
• you are able to solve professional problems and disputes in cross-disciplinary teams
• you are able to actively utilize scientific information in decision-making in nursing
• you are able to participate in development, innovation and research processes
• you understand a nurse's role in evidence-based health care and commit to it
• you understand the significance of evidence-based health care recommendations and harmonized practices in customer care and you are able to apply them in clinical nursing
• you are able to assess, monitor and document the results of harmonized practices

Teaching and supervision
• you are able to appropriately use existing teaching and supervision materials and create new material

Promotion of health and functional ability
• you are able to identify factors which cause nationally widespread health problems

Social and health care operating environment
• you know and are able to monitor key/current social care and health care operational programs
• you understand the significance of different health care and service institutions to the customer as part of the service and care pathway

Quality and safety in social and health care services
• you are able to assess the quality of nursing and methods during all phases of the care process
• you are able to act in a responsible manner in maintaining information security and data protection

Content

Customer orientation
• special features of the health care customer relationship in home health care and at health centers
Nursing ethics and professionalism
• autonomy, the right to self-determination and its restrictions
• equal and equitable care and service
Management and entrepreneurship
• prioritization of tasks and description of the tasks and responsibilities of a work group leader
Evidence-based work and decision-making
• problem-solving skills
• development process
• evidence-based work and decision-making
Teaching and supervision
• content of education and the quality of education
• assessment and development of teaching and supervision
Promotion of health and functional ability
• state of the population's health and well-being, and factors relating to health
• factors behind marginalization and differences in health status
Social and health care operating environment
• current operational programs
• organization and organizational responsibility for social and health care services
Quality and safety in social and health care services
• quality assurance systems and quality control
• system-based promotion of patient safety

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional competence of a nurse responsible for general nursing (180 ECTS credits).
Module: Developing expertise (15 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

03.10.2022 - 04.11.2022

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anne Kylmälä
  • Mari Hakala
  • Sanna Valliaro
  • Linda Metsälä
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • SHKT19SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

Customer orientation
• you are able to identify the customer's resources and support him or her in planning, implementing and assessing treatment

Nursing ethics and professionalism
• you are able to work in accordance with nursing values and ethical principles
• you are able to act in accordance with legislation and ethical guidelines concerning the profession and you are able to assess their implementation in nursing
• you are able to work in various workgroups as a customer and nursing specialist
• you have adopted a professional nursing identity
• you are able to produce, share and utilize expertise in cross-disciplinary teams, networks and partnerships.

Management and entrepreneurship
• you are able to assess the resources of a work group and prioritize tasks and related responsibilities
• you are able to coordinate the customer's complete care program in accordance with your responsibilities
• you understand the significance of changes in health care and you are able to act in accordance with your own responsibilities when changes occur
• you are familiar with and able to recognize career development opportunities in nursing

Evidence-based work and decision-making
• you are able to solve professional problems and disputes in cross-disciplinary teams
• you are able to actively utilize scientific information in decision-making in nursing
• you are able to participate in development, innovation and research processes
• you understand a nurse's role in evidence-based health care and commit to it
• you understand the significance of evidence-based health care recommendations and harmonized practices in customer care and you are able to apply them in clinical nursing
• you are able to assess, monitor and document the results of harmonized practices

Teaching and supervision
• you are able to appropriately use existing teaching and supervision materials and create new material

Promotion of health and functional ability
• you are able to identify factors which cause nationally widespread health problems

Social and health care operating environment
• you know and are able to monitor key/current social care and health care operational programs
• you understand the significance of different health care and service institutions to the customer as part of the service and care pathway

Quality and safety in social and health care services
• you are able to assess the quality of nursing and methods during all phases of the care process
• you are able to act in a responsible manner in maintaining information security and data protection

Content

Customer orientation
• special features of the health care customer relationship in home health care and at health centers
Nursing ethics and professionalism
• autonomy, the right to self-determination and its restrictions
• equal and equitable care and service
Management and entrepreneurship
• prioritization of tasks and description of the tasks and responsibilities of a work group leader
Evidence-based work and decision-making
• problem-solving skills
• development process
• evidence-based work and decision-making
Teaching and supervision
• content of education and the quality of education
• assessment and development of teaching and supervision
Promotion of health and functional ability
• state of the population's health and well-being, and factors relating to health
• factors behind marginalization and differences in health status
Social and health care operating environment
• current operational programs
• organization and organizational responsibility for social and health care services
Quality and safety in social and health care services
• quality assurance systems and quality control
• system-based promotion of patient safety

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional competence of a nurse responsible for general nursing (180 ECTS credits).
Module: Developing expertise (15 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tuulia Litmanen
  • Päivi Lifflander
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Niina Luukkonen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Jaana Dillström
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA19SP

Objective

Customer orientation
• you are able to identify the customer's resources and support him or her in planning, implementing and assessing treatment

Nursing ethics and professionalism
• you are able to work in accordance with nursing values and ethical principles
• you are able to act in accordance with legislation and ethical guidelines concerning the profession and you are able to assess their implementation in nursing
• you are able to work in various workgroups as a customer and nursing specialist
• you have adopted a professional nursing identity
• you are able to produce, share and utilize expertise in cross-disciplinary teams, networks and partnerships.

Management and entrepreneurship
• you are able to assess the resources of a work group and prioritize tasks and related responsibilities
• you are able to coordinate the customer's complete care program in accordance with your responsibilities
• you understand the significance of changes in health care and you are able to act in accordance with your own responsibilities when changes occur
• you are familiar with and able to recognize career development opportunities in nursing

Evidence-based work and decision-making
• you are able to solve professional problems and disputes in cross-disciplinary teams
• you are able to actively utilize scientific information in decision-making in nursing
• you are able to participate in development, innovation and research processes
• you understand a nurse's role in evidence-based health care and commit to it
• you understand the significance of evidence-based health care recommendations and harmonized practices in customer care and you are able to apply them in clinical nursing
• you are able to assess, monitor and document the results of harmonized practices

Teaching and supervision
• you are able to appropriately use existing teaching and supervision materials and create new material

Promotion of health and functional ability
• you are able to identify factors which cause nationally widespread health problems

Social and health care operating environment
• you know and are able to monitor key/current social care and health care operational programs
• you understand the significance of different health care and service institutions to the customer as part of the service and care pathway

Quality and safety in social and health care services
• you are able to assess the quality of nursing and methods during all phases of the care process
• you are able to act in a responsible manner in maintaining information security and data protection

Content

Customer orientation
• special features of the health care customer relationship in home health care and at health centers
Nursing ethics and professionalism
• autonomy, the right to self-determination and its restrictions
• equal and equitable care and service
Management and entrepreneurship
• prioritization of tasks and description of the tasks and responsibilities of a work group leader
Evidence-based work and decision-making
• problem-solving skills
• development process
• evidence-based work and decision-making
Teaching and supervision
• content of education and the quality of education
• assessment and development of teaching and supervision
Promotion of health and functional ability
• state of the population's health and well-being, and factors relating to health
• factors behind marginalization and differences in health status
Social and health care operating environment
• current operational programs
• organization and organizational responsibility for social and health care services
Quality and safety in social and health care services
• quality assurance systems and quality control
• system-based promotion of patient safety

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional competence of a nurse responsible for general nursing (180 ECTS credits).
Module: Developing expertise (15 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

03.01.2023 - 31.12.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

1 - 20

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Päivi Lifflander
Responsible person

Päivi Lifflander

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Objective

You know the basics of heart anatomy and physiology.
You know the basics of taking a high-quality ECG.
You can systematically study and interpret the most common findings of the ECG in nursing.
You will strengthen your theoretical competence in how a nurse recognizes a normal ECG and the most common changes in the ECG.

Content

Anatomy and physiology of the heart. Online material and test 1.
Taking and recording a high-quality ECG. Online material and test 2.
Studying the ECG systematically and interpreting the most common findings in the ECG in nursing. Online material and test 3.
ECG exercises. Online material and final exam.

Materials

The study material is described on the learning platform.

Teaching methods

During the course the student studies independently. The course includes various learning tasks and familiarization with materials. The students progresses during 2 months. The teacher evaluates tests and exam on the 15 th and 30th of every month, except on the week 9 and in june and july.

Exam schedules

Student has 2 months time to study. Student completes three knowledge tests and a final exam, which is evaluated numerically.

Student workload

Student´s work amount is 135 hours.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Evaluation by EQF6-criterions.

Timing

10.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Päivi Lifflander
Responsible person

Päivi Lifflander

Objective

You know the basics of heart anatomy and physiology.
You know the basics of taking a high-quality ECG.
You can systematically study and interpret the most common findings of the ECG in nursing.
You will strengthen your theoretical competence in how a nurse recognizes a normal ECG and the most common changes in the ECG.

Content

Anatomy and physiology of the heart. Online material and test 1.
Taking and recording a high-quality ECG. Online material and test 2.
Studying the ECG systematically and interpreting the most common findings in the ECG in nursing. Online material and test 3.
ECG exercises. Online material and final exam.

Materials

The study material is described on the learning platform.

Teaching methods

During the course the student studies independently. The course includes various learning tasks and familiarization with materials. The students progresses during 2 months. The teacher evaluates tests and exam on the 15 th and 30th of every month, except on the week 9 and in june and july.

Exam schedules

Student has 2 months time to study. Student completes three knowledge tests and a final exam, which is evaluated numerically.

Student workload

Student´s work amount is 135 hours.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Evaluation by EQF6-criterions.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 15

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
Responsible person

Leila Sikanen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 20

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Niina Luukkonen
  • Teemu Lehmusoksa
Responsible person

Marko Issakainen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 15

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
Responsible person

Leila Sikanen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Objective

Upon completion of the course, the participant masters the basics of giving first aid in the topics included in the course contents:

Action taken to assist in an accident or attack of illness
Basics of emergency first aid
• First aid for a unconscious person
• Basic resuscitation
• Foreign object in the airway
• Stopping large bleeding
• First aid for a person shoking (disorder of circulation

Wounds first aid
The most common attacks of illness

Burns and injuries caused by electricity

Joint injuries and fractures

Poisonings

Group-specific special topics

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

12.09.2022 - 21.10.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 15

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
Responsible person

Leila Sikanen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Objective

Upon completion of the course, the participant masters the basics of giving first aid in the topics included in the course contents:

Action taken to assist in an accident or attack of illness
Basics of emergency first aid
• First aid for a unconscious person
• Basic resuscitation
• Foreign object in the airway
• Stopping large bleeding
• First aid for a person shoking (disorder of circulation

Wounds first aid
The most common attacks of illness

Burns and injuries caused by electricity

Joint injuries and fractures

Poisonings

Group-specific special topics

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

1 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

10 - 10

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Niina Luukkonen
  • Teemu Lehmusoksa
Responsible person

Marko Issakainen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Objective

Upon completion of the course, the participant masters the basics of giving first aid in the topics included in the course contents:

Action taken to assist in an accident or attack of illness
Basics of emergency first aid
• First aid for a unconscious person
• Basic resuscitation
• Foreign object in the airway
• Stopping large bleeding
• First aid for a person shoking (disorder of circulation

Wounds first aid
The most common attacks of illness

Burns and injuries caused by electricity

Joint injuries and fractures

Poisonings

Group-specific special topics

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Timing

15.02.2023 - 22.03.2023

Credits

2 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • EA STSY
Responsible person

Niina Luukkonen

Student groups
  • AVERSA

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 05.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Elderly Care
  • Degree Programme in Emergency Care
Teachers
  • Sirpa Gardemeister
Responsible person

Sirpa Gardemeister

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 30.09.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anni Kemppainen
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Sari Pölönen
Student groups
  • SHSA21SP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You can apply information on changes resulting from aging in your nursing work.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You can carry out safe medication for an elderly person and understand the special features of the elderly.
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You can apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing.

Palliative nursing
You know how to recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You know how to make a treatment plan for the final stages together with the patient and his/her family, the doctor and other multiprofessional team members.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You can apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
What are evidence-based health promotion and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care: key concepts, values and principles, juridical starting points?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care – the living will, a valuable end of life?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

The student has participated in Professional basics in nursing (25 ECTS credits) and Nursing in medical wards (5 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 07.10.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Haija Kankkunen
  • Teea Lång
Student groups
  • SHMI21SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You can apply information on changes resulting from aging in your nursing work.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You can carry out safe medication for an elderly person and understand the special features of the elderly.
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You can apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing.

Palliative nursing
You know how to recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You know how to make a treatment plan for the final stages together with the patient and his/her family, the doctor and other multiprofessional team members.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You can apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
What are evidence-based health promotion and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care: key concepts, values and principles, juridical starting points?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care – the living will, a valuable end of life?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

The student has participated in Professional basics in nursing (25 ECTS credits) and Nursing in medical wards (5 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

26.09.2022 - 04.11.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

60 % Contact teaching, 40 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anni Kemppainen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Marko Issakainen
Responsible person

Sari Pölönen

Student groups
  • SHSA21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You can apply information on changes resulting from aging in your nursing work.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You can carry out safe medication for an elderly person and understand the special features of the elderly.
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You can apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing.

Palliative nursing
You know how to recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You know how to make a treatment plan for the final stages together with the patient and his/her family, the doctor and other multiprofessional team members.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You can apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
What are evidence-based health promotion and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care: key concepts, values and principles, juridical starting points?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care – the living will, a valuable end of life?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

The student has participated in Professional basics in nursing (25 ECTS credits) and Nursing in medical wards (5 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

60 % Contact teaching, 40 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anni Kemppainen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Marko Issakainen
Student groups
  • SHSA22KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riitta Tenkanen-Salmela
  • Satu Sällilä
Responsible person

Riitta Tenkanen-Salmela

Student groups
  • SHKT22KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 11.11.2022

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Haija Kankkunen
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 3 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 4 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SHMI22KM
    Nursing, part-time studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2
  • Pienryhmä 3
  • Pienryhmä 4

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 21.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Mode of delivery

40 % Contact teaching, 60 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riitta Tenkanen-Salmela
  • Satu Sällilä
Responsible person

Riitta Tenkanen-Salmela

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

13.02.2023 - 21.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anni Kemppainen
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Sari Pölönen
Responsible person

Sari Pölönen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

13.02.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anni Kemppainen
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Sari Pölönen
Responsible person

Sari Pölönen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

11.01.2023 - 12.03.2023

Credits

5 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Haija Kankkunen
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 3 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 4 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2
  • Pienryhmä 3
  • Pienryhmä 4

Objective

Gerontological nursing
You are able to apply knowledge about changes related to aging in your nursing.
You know the services and benefits of the elderly.
You know how to promote the health, ability to function and resources of an aging person utilizing nursing methods and medication.
You know the possibilities offered by gerotechnology.
You can put into practise safe medical treatment for an elderly person.
You understand the specifics of medication for the elderly:
You can apply information on memory disorders, treating people with memory disorders and the associated services.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to gerontological nursing.
You know how to identify, assess and manage acute situations.

Palliative nursing
You can recognise the need for palliative or terminal care of a patient.
You know the palliative care service system.
You can carry out nursing based on symptoms and humane palliative and terminal care.
You are able to put into practise humane palliative care.
You are able to apply evidence-based information in palliative care.
You know the palliative care of the patient with memory disorder.
You know how to support the patient with memory disorder and close ones.

Content

Gerontological nursing
What are elderly care and geriatrics?
What are the changes related to aging and their effects on care?
How do you plan, carry out and assess safe medication?
How do you assess a person's ability to function and resources?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in promoted by functional capacity and rehabilitation?
How do you take into consideration the risk factors anticipating the weakening of the ability to function and the prevention of accidents?
How do you identify, assess and manage acute situations (NEWS)?
How do you carry out the assessment of a patient’s service needs?
How do you ensure the wellbeing of family carers and people taking care of their close ones?
Whar does gerotechnology bring to elderly care?
What are memory diseases and what is understood by medication of people with memory diseases?
How do you take into consideration the assessment of a person's nutritional status (malnutrition) and its significance in treating patients?
How do you apply evidence-based information in gerontological nursing?

Palliative nursing
What are palliative care and terminal care?
What is palliative service system?
What does nursing in palliative and terminal care include?
How do you apply evidence-based information in nursing palliative patients?
How do you implement palliative and terminal care for a memory patient?
How do you encounter and support a memory person and their loved ones in palliative care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna-Kaarina Anttolainen
Responsible person

Anna-Kaarina Anttolainen

Student groups
  • HYS2022-2023

Objective

• you improve your competence in cooperative therapeutic relationships
• you improve your cognitive capabilities and skills in mental health care, psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation
• you are able to guide customers in matters relating to mental health, substance abuse and care service system

Content

• orientation concerning the module's structure and methods of completion
• matters that affect and promote the cooperative relationship
• cooperative relationship methods and means
• tools; resource and solution-focused approach to work, early intervention and methods of initiating discussion
• key psychotherapies, discretionary rehabilitative psychotherapy provided by Kela (the Social Insurance Institution of Finland)
• self-reflection on one's own methods and actions

Materials

The following books (where applicable)
Mönkkönen, Kaarina. 2018.
Vuorovaikutus asiakastyössä : asiakkaan kohtaaminen sosiaali- ja terveysalalla. (e-book)

Mönkkönen Kaarina., Kekoni, Taru & Pehkonen, Aini. (toim.) 2019. Moniammatillinen yhteistyö. (e-book)

Järvinen, Ritva ; Lankinen, Aila ; Taajamo, Terhi ; Veistilä, Minna ; Virolainen, Arja.
Perheen parhaaksi : perhetyön arkea

Mielenterveyshoitotyö
Hämäläinen, Kaisu, Kanerva, Anne, Kuhanen, Carita, Schubert, Carla, Seuri, Tarja. Mielenterveyshoitotyö. 2017. SanomaPro. (e-book)

Partanen, Airi, Holmberg, Jan, Inkinen, Maria, Kurki, Marjo, Salo-Chydenius, Sisko. Päihdehoitotyö. 2015. SanomaPro. (e-book)

Other study and source material is presented at the beginning of the course in Learn.

Teaching methods

The course takes place online on 7.9. - 7.12.2022
The course is complementary studies aimed at final stage students.

Exam schedules

The tasks of the course are presented in the course Learn.

International connections

Does not materialize in this implementation.

Student workload

The scope of the course is 5 cr. As a student's work 135 cr.

Content scheduling

The parts of the course are:

Matters affecting and managing the co-operation relationship
Collaborative methods and working methods
Deepening knowledge and competence (client / patient case)
Reflection on one's own skills and learning

Further information

The course takes place entirely online. The course starts on September 7, 2022. Those who have registered and accepted for the course will be sent an email during the first week of September.
Please note that completing the course also requires the participation of four teams in small groups. The first small group will meet on September 28, 2022 from 2 to 4 p.m. The following meeting times will be agreed in small groups.

anna-kaarina.anttolainen@xamk.fi

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Mental health care and substance abuse care (5 ECTS credits)

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna-Kaarina Anttolainen
Responsible person

Anna-Kaarina Anttolainen

Student groups
  • HYS2022-2023

Objective

You improve your competence in cooperative therapeutic relationships.
You improve your cognitive capabilities and skills in mental health care, psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation.
You are able to guide customers in matters relating to mental health, substance abuse and care service system.

Content

What are the issues that affect and promote the cooperative relationship?
What are the means and methods in the cooperative relationship?
What are the tools: resource and solution-focused approach, methods for early intervention and initiating discussion?
What are the key psychotherapies, discretionary rehabilitative psychotherapy provided by Kela (Social Insurance Institution of Finland)?
How do you carry out conscious self-reflection of your own methods and actions?

Materials

The following books (where applicable)
Mönkkönen, Kaarina. 2018.
Vuorovaikutus asiakastyössä : asiakkaan kohtaaminen sosiaali- ja terveysalalla. (e-book)

Mönkkönen Kaarina., Kekoni, Taru & Pehkonen, Aini. (toim.) 2019. Moniammatillinen yhteistyö. (e-book)

Järvinen, Ritva ; Lankinen, Aila ; Taajamo, Terhi ; Veistilä, Minna ; Virolainen, Arja.
Perheen parhaaksi : perhetyön arkea

Mielenterveyshoitotyö
Hämäläinen, Kaisu, Kanerva, Anne, Kuhanen, Carita, Schubert, Carla, Seuri, Tarja. Mielenterveyshoitotyö. 2017. SanomaPro. (e-book)

Partanen, Airi, Holmberg, Jan, Inkinen, Maria, Kurki, Marjo, Salo-Chydenius, Sisko. Päihdehoitotyö. 2015. SanomaPro. (e-book)

Other study and source material is presented at the beginning of the course in Learn.

Teaching methods

The course takes place online on 9.9. - 12.5..2022
The course is complementary studies aimed at final stage students.
Participating in the study course requires basic studies in mental health work, e.g. in nursing education, mental health care work, substance abuse and crisis care work, 5 ECTS theory studies and approved completion of internships related to the study course.

Exam schedules

The tasks of the course are presented in the course Learn.

International connections

Does not materialize in this implementation.

Student workload

The scope of the course is 5 cr. As a student's work 135 cr.

Content scheduling

The parts of the course are:

Matters affecting and managing the co-operation relationship
Collaborative methods and working methods
Deepening knowledge and competence (client / patient case)
Reflection on one's own skills and learning

Further information

The course takes place entirely online. The course starts on January 9, 2023. Those who have registered and accepted for the course will be sent an email during the first week of January.
Please note that completing the course also requires the participation of four teams in small groups. The first small group will meet on February 2, 2023 from 2 to 4 p.m. The following meeting times will be agreed in small groups.

anna-kaarina.anttolainen@xamk.fi

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

The course is evaluated as good. 1-5 / rejected An approved performance requires the approved performance of all learning tasks and participation in teams small groups. Numerically evaluated sections are presented in the study course's Learn.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kärkkäinen
Responsible person

Katriina Kärkkäinen

Student groups
  • SHKT22KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mariya Loginova
Responsible person

Mariya Loginova

Student groups
  • SHMI22KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • English
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sirpa Juusola
Responsible person

Sirpa Juusola

Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Materials

Online material in Learn compiled by the teacher and the students.

Teaching methods

Scheduled track:
Students attend instruction and counselling according to the timetable. Studies follow the timetable of contact classes and assignments that are completed independently.

Blended track:
Completing studies quicker takes place by choosing independent methods of study. These can include, for example, online courses or courses from other student groups’ timetables. Completing assignments through this track involves more independent work and learning compared to the scheduled track.

Employer connections

Learning tasks connected to practical nursing.

Exam schedules

Continuous assessment and exam in the end of the course. A specific assessment schedule and criteria will be published at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

3 credits = 81h of student work

Content scheduling

Essential professional vocabulary
Communication in practical professional situations
Information search

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 21.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Contact teaching, 33 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kärkkäinen
Responsible person

Katriina Kärkkäinen

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

06.02.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katriina Kärkkäinen
  • Sirpa Juusola
Responsible person

Sirpa Juusola

Student groups
  • AVKTLHSH22SPOM
    Avoin amk, polkuopinnot, Kotka, lähihoitajasta sairaanhoitajaksi, monimuoto
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Materials

Online material in Learn compiled by the teacher and the students

Teaching methods

Flexible online studies.

Employer connections

Learning tasks connected to practical nursing

Exam schedules

Continuous assessment and exam in the end of the course. A specific assessment schedule and criteria will be published at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

3 credits = 81h of student work

Content scheduling

Essential professional vocabulary
Communication in practical professional situations
Information search

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Continuous assessment and exam
Assessment is based on the European frame of reference level B2

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Luukkainen
Responsible person

Tiina Luukkainen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Materials

Online material in Learn compiled by the teacher and the students

Teaching methods

Flexible online studies. The studies include time specific online classes and the times will be agreed on in the beginning of the course.

Employer connections

Learning tasks connected to practical nursing

Exam schedules

Continuous assessment and exam in the end of the course. A specific assessment schedule and criteria will be published at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

3 credits = 81h of student work

Content scheduling

Essential professional vocabulary
Communication in practical professional situations
Information search

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Continuous assessment and exam
Assessment is based on the European frame of reference level B2

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mariya Loginova
Responsible person

Mariya Loginova

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
You are able to look for information in English in professional sources and apply it in different study and work related communication situations.
You are able to communicate in English in various spoken and written situations in your professional field

Content

What professional vocabulary is essential in your professional field?
How to look for information in professional sources in English and how to apply this information?
How to interact in spoken communication situations in English and how to draw up texts in English for professional purposes?
How to communicate in study-related situations and work communities in English?

Materials

Online material in Learn compiled by the teacher and the students

Teaching methods

Flexible online studies. The studies include time specific online classes and the times will be agreed on in the beginning of the course.

Employer connections

Learning tasks connected to practical nursing

Exam schedules

Continuous assessment and exam in the end of the course. A specific assessment schedule and criteria will be published at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

3 credits = 81h of student work

Content scheduling

Essential professional vocabulary
Communication in practical professional situations
Information search

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Continuous assessment and exam
Assessment is based on the European frame of reference level B2

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course in English, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 01.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
  • roo.sv
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anna-Elina Hirvonen
Responsible person

Anna-Elina Hirvonen

Student groups
  • SHMI22KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in Swedish orally and in writing in various communication situations in your professional field. You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
The aimed level of competence is B1 as defined in the Common European Framework of Reference and the national skills level descriptions according to decree 18.12.2014/1129.

Content

What professional vocabulary is essentially necessary related to education, working environment and work tasks?
How to interact in spoken and written field-specific communication situations in Swedish?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course of Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Further information

In accordance with the statutory requirement (424/2003, ch.2, section 6) of language skills required of state personnel with an academic degree, the skills in second official language will be recorded in the degree certificate separately for both spoken and written skills.
Grades 1-3 are recorded as satisfactory skills and grades 4-5 as good skills in the degree certificate.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 26.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

34 % Contact teaching, 66 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marie Laaksonen
Responsible person

Marie Laaksonen

Student groups
  • SHKT22KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You are able to communicate in Swedish orally and in writing in various communication situations in your professional field. You are able to actively use the basic professional vocabulary of your field.
The aimed level of competence is B1 as defined in the Common European Framework of Reference and the national skills level descriptions according to decree 18.12.2014/1129.

Content

What professional vocabulary is essentially necessary related to education, working environment and work tasks?
How to interact in spoken and written field-specific communication situations in Swedish?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

If you have been instructed to participate in the Intensive course of Swedish, you must complete it or independently acquire the equivalent knowledge and skills before you can participate in this course.

Further information

In accordance with the statutory requirement (424/2003, ch.2, section 6) of language skills required of state personnel with an academic degree, the skills in second official language will be recorded in the degree certificate separately for both spoken and written skills.
Grades 1-3 are recorded as satisfactory skills and grades 4-5 as good skills in the degree certificate.

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.11.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Mode of delivery

50 % Contact teaching, 50 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sami Norrbacka
Responsible person

Sami Norrbacka

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.12.2022

Credits

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Veli-Matti Malinen
Responsible person

Veli-Matti Malinen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.12.2022

Credits

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Veli-Matti Malinen
Responsible person

Veli-Matti Malinen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

25 % Contact teaching, 75 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Heljä Uusitalo
Responsible person

Heljä Uusitalo

Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

25 % Contact teaching, 75 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Heljä Uusitalo
Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 28.04.2023

Credits

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sami Norrbacka
Responsible person

Sami Norrbacka

Student groups
  • SHKT23KVM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Veli-Matti Malinen
Responsible person

Veli-Matti Malinen

Student groups
  • SHSA23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

25 % Contact teaching, 75 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Heljä Uusitalo
Responsible person

Heljä Uusitalo

Student groups
  • SHMI23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the significance of interaction as part of your professional expertise and you can act appropriately in various communication situations.

You are familiar with Xamk's instructions for written assignments.

You are able to search reliable information and use it ethically.

You can express your views justifying them based on facts and use standard Finnish appropriate in each context.

You know how to write texts that meet the standards for layout, content and style required in your studies and in your own field, and use appropriate tools and forums.

You improve your interactive communication skills and manage fluently in different cooperation situations, such as meetings and negotiations.

You develop your presentation skills for professional purposes and acquire skills in giving and receiving feedback.

Content

What interaction skills are required in your own studies and in workplaces in your field?

How do you justify your views using standard Finnish?

How do you search reliable information from different sources and use it ethically?

Which written skills (genres, styles, tools) should you master both in your studies and in work assignments in your own professional field?

How do you utilize language regulations and tools in your studies and workplace communication?

Which skills do you need in presentations, meetings and negotiations?

How do you assess your own communication skills and ease your stage fright?

How do you give constructive feedback?

How do you utilize the feedback you received?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 30.11.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

1 - 10

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Anetta Väänänen
Responsible person

Anetta Väänänen

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 15.03.2023

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

1 - 5

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Anne Ulmanen
Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023
  • VV2023-2024
    Optional studies 2023-2024

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

30.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Riitta-Liisa Jukarainen
  • Leila Pihlaja
Responsible person

Leila Pihlaja

Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023

Teaching methods

Online studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 31.12.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

1 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Miia Myllymäki
Student groups
  • VV2022-2023
    Optional studies 2022-2023
  • VV2023-2024
    Optional studies 2023-2024

Objective

The student learns how to separate different forms of pain, how to assess the pain by using suitable assessment methods and knows how to choose different treatments variously. The student knows how to apply the knowledge in the patients or clients treatment and rehabilitation.

Content

The content consists from 5 topics, that are: 1. what is pain? (1 course credit), 2. The assessment of pain (2 course credits), 3. The non-medicated pain relief (1 course credit), 5. Chronic pain and pain management (1 course credit).

Materials

The study material is on the course platform. The course also has self-study materials, which can be viewed if desired. The student can also utilize other material in studying the topic.

Teaching methods

The course is implemented entirely online. The student can take the online course according to their own schedule.

Employer connections

The student can utilize working life skills and / or experience in performing tasks

Exam schedules

At the end of the course, there is a final test that the student can take after studying all the themes.
The prerequisite for taking the final test is that the student has passed the assignments and self-assessment tests in each section. Self-assessment tests allow the student to review what they have learned and it helps to take the final test.

International connections

Is not.

Student workload

The scope of the course is 5 cr, which means 135 hours of student work. The course consists of 4 themes and their workload as follows:

Theme 1 = 1 cr (27 hours)
Theme 2 = 2 cr (54 hours)
Theme 3 = 1 cr (27 hours)
Theme 4 = 1 cr (27 hours)

Content scheduling

The course has 4 themes and they are as follows:
Theme 1 = What is pain?
Theme 2 = Pain Assessment
Theme 3 = Non-pharmacological treatment of pain
Theme 4 = Chronic pain and its management

The course does not deal with the medical treatment of pain.

Further information

The course is a fully automated online course that does not include contact teaching.

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Assessment methods and criteria

The course is evaluated on the basis of the final test. The passing limit of the final test is described in the presentation of the course.

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

20.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

7 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

43 % Contact teaching, 57 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 45

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katri Rissanen
  • Mari Hakala
Responsible person

Katri Rissanen

Student groups
  • SHKT22KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.
You know the key methods of the nursing which are used in the surgical patient's pre-, intra- and postoperative care.
You can systematically prevent, identify and treat postoperative surgical complications.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You master the pain management process.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way.
You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in the surgical nursing.
You develop the teamwork, you appreciate collegiality and understand their significance to the patient and occupational safety.

Content

How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
What are the most ordinary illnesses and injuries that are surgically taken care?
How is aseptics considered and implemented during the stages of surgical treatment?
What are the objectives of pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing and the key methods of the nursing?
How is patient safety ensured at the surgical process?
How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?
How do you use the ISBAR and how do you document the nursing?

Materials

Learn includes the minimum material.

You can use these materials to support your learnin process.
-UEF-lääketieteen luennot
-Oppiportti/oppikirjat/Kirurgia, Kipu, Anestesiologian ja tehohoitotyön perusteet, Gastroenterologia ja hepatologia, Peruselintoimintojen häiriöt ja niiden hoito
-Oppiportti/Verkkokoulutukset: Alipaineimulaitteet, Imu-laitteet, Kirurginen polttolaite, Kannettavat lääkeannostelijat, Potilaslämmittimet, Nesteen- ja verenlämmittimet
-Terveysportti: Sairaanhoitajan käsikirja, Anestesiahoitotyön käsikirja
-Käypähoitosuositukset (Best practice quidelines)

Teaching methods

-Students who meet the prerequisites are added to the learn platform and they are instructed via Peppi from the start of the course.
-You are allowed to study independently.
-Notice that the learn exams must be done before the clinical practice week at school.
-Theory lessons (teams or live) are not mandatory
-Clinical skills practices and evaluation are mandatory
-The format of the exam is dialogue exam or exam-essey.

Employer connections

1) An alumni working in the operating room during the study period is available via the Padlet message wall and chat.
2) A familiarization visit to working life (operating room) is carried out (if the corona restrictions are ongoing, the implementation is virtual-live)
3) Case and skill exercises brought from working life strongly support the understanding and application of theory in practice.
4) Clinical practice 1 continues with the guidance of alumni and other professionals after completing this theory.

Exam schedules

1) All practice exams (learn) must be done before training week. If you haven`t done those exams you are not allowed to participate.
2) If there is surgeon's lecture, it will be mandatory. If you are unable to participate you will have to write an essey.
3) Theory evaluation is Dialogue or exam essy-test (0-5), after training week
4) Competence assessment: fail-pass, after the training week
Retest: Theory, exam essee, Clinical skills, individual clinical skills evaluation

International connections

-

Student workload

27h x 5 theory
27h x 2 Clinical skills
A more detailed breakdown can be found in learn

Content scheduling

Theory 5 credits
-includes independent study and theory teaching in theory workshops (themes of the workshops: pre- and postoperative nursing, pain, complications, anaesthesia, perioperative nursing, surgical specialties, review, dialogue or essay exam in Exam

Exercises 2 credits
-H1 clinical manual skills and operating room process -case
-H2 pain treatment + simulations, clinical skills + case work
-H3 Surgical patient treatment path -case
-H4 Complication simulations, medical resuscitation
- Competence assessment

Further information

-Students who meet the prerequisites are added to the learn platform and they are instructed via Peppi from the start of the course.
-Theory lessons are not mandatory, clinical skills trainin is mandatory
PREREQUISITE CONDITIONS:
-Patient safety and information management 4 credits (completed with approval)
-Fundamentals of clinical nursing and preclinical training 9 credits (completed with approval)
- Basic training in clinical nursing 6 credits (completed with approval)
-Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5 ECTS (in progress or completed when registering)
-Pharmaceutical treatment 5 credits (ongoing or completed when registering)
-Health promotion and nutrition (on the way or completed when registering)
- Guidance and support for self-care... 5 ECTS (in progress or successfully completed)
-Internal medicine nursing and preclinical training 7 ECTS (ongoing or completed when registering)
- Gerontological nursing and preclinical training 5.5 ECTS (in progress or successfully completed)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Learn training exams must be done before the training week.
GENERAL EVALUATION CRITERIA
5 = almost complete answer, justification and understanding of context appear in the answer, good additions to colleagues' answers
4 = a little to be completed in the answer, the answer has tried to tie things together and find cause-effect relationships, additions to the colleague's answers
3 = answer core issues, little reasoning, no factual errors, little complementary answers
2 = illogical answer with few correct things, little justification, no life-threatening factual errors, few additions
1 = individual real issues for which no justification, answer one-sided, few additions, if any
0 = just some right things or participating in a conversation with little or no information
Retest: Retest in the exam as an essay exam. The 1st renewal can be done immediately, the 2nd renewal no earlier than 1 month after the previous assessment.

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 01.05.2023

Credits

7 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jaana Dillström
  • SAKO_YAMK1 STSY
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA22KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.
You know the key methods of the nursing which are used in the surgical patient's pre-, intra- and postoperative care.
You can systematically prevent, identify and treat postoperative surgical complications.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You master the pain management process.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way.
You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in the surgical nursing.
You develop the teamwork, you appreciate collegiality and understand their significance to the patient and occupational safety.

Content

How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
What are the most ordinary illnesses and injuries that are surgically taken care?
How is aseptics considered and implemented during the stages of surgical treatment?
What are the objectives of pre-, intra- and postoperative nursing and the key methods of the nursing?
How is patient safety ensured at the surgical process?
How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?
How do you use the ISBAR and how do you document the nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing 29 ECTS credits

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Jaana Dillström
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA21SP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Jaana Dillström
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 23.10.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Riitta Riikonen
  • Maria Koski
Responsible person

Riitta Riikonen

Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • THMI21KP
    Health care, fulltime studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

05.09.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katri Rissanen
  • Mari Hakala
Responsible person

Katri Rissanen

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM2
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Materials

Learn includes the minimum material.

You can use these materials to support your learnin process.
-UEF-lääketieteen luennot
-Oppiportti/oppikirjat/Kirurgia, Kipu, Anestesiologian ja tehohoitotyön perusteet, Gastroenterologia ja hepatologia, Peruselintoimintojen häiriöt ja niiden hoito
-Oppiportti/Verkkokoulutukset (some are requisite ): Alipaineimulaitteet, Imu-laitteet, Kirurginen polttolaite, Kannettavat lääkeannostelijat, Potilaslämmittimet, Nesteen- ja verenlämmittimet
-Terveysportti: Sairaanhoitajan käsikirja, Anestesiahoitotyön käsikirja
-Käypähoitosuositukset (Best practice quidelines)

Teaching methods

-You are allowed to study independetly.
-Notice that the learn exams must be done before the clinical practice week at school.

Employer connections

Preclinical training 1 is integratet.
These exercises are mandatory!
Training week is integratet with theoretical studies.
Competence assessment will be done after these exercises.

Exam schedules

All practice exams (learn) must be done before training week. If you haven`t done those exams you are not allowed to participate.
Exam-essay

If there is surgeon's lecture, it will e mandatory. If you are unable to participate you will have to write an essey.
Dialogue exam: Evaluation: 0-5, after training week
Competence assessment: fail-pass, after the training week
retest: essey

International connections

-

Student workload

27h x 5
A more detailed breakdown can be found in learn

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Prerequisites are reduced. If they are not met, you will not be eligible for the course!
APPROVED COURCES OF STUDY
Data management 5 ect
Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5ect
Basics of clinical nursing 5ect
Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5ect
Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4ect
Clinical training, basics in nursing
APPROVED COURSES COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS
Basics of health promotion
Supervising and supporting self-care management in social and health care environment
Nursing in medical wards
Gerontological nursing
Preclinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)
Clinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Learn's practice exams passed.

5 = almost complete answer, justification and understanding of context appear in the answer, good additions to colleagues' answers
4 = a little to be completed in the answer, the answer has tried to tie things together and find cause-effect relationships, additions to the colleague's answers
3 = answer core issues, little reasoning, no factual errors, little complementary answers
2 = illogical answer with few correct things, little justification, no life-threatening factual errors, few additions
1 = individual real issues for which no justification, answer one-sided, few additions, if any
0 = just some right things or participating in a conversation with little or no information
Recap: Exam - Essay Exam

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 11.11.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katri Rissanen
  • Mari Hakala
Responsible person

Katri Rissanen

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Materials

Learn includes the minimum material.

You can use these materials to support your learnin process.
-UEF-lääketieteen luennot
-Oppiportti/oppikirjat/Kirurgia, Kipu, Anestesiologian ja tehohoitotyön perusteet, Gastroenterologia ja hepatologia, Peruselintoimintojen häiriöt ja niiden hoito
-Oppiportti/Verkkokoulutukset (some are requisite ): Alipaineimulaitteet, Imu-laitteet, Kirurginen polttolaite, Kannettavat lääkeannostelijat, Potilaslämmittimet, Nesteen- ja verenlämmittimet
-Terveysportti: Sairaanhoitajan käsikirja, Anestesiahoitotyön käsikirja
-Käypähoitosuositukset (Best practice quidelines)

Teaching methods

-You are allowed to study independetly.
-Notice that the learn exams must be done before the clinical practice week at school.

Employer connections

Preclinical training 1 is integratet.
These exercises are mandatory!
Training week is integratet with theoretical studies.
Competence assessment will be done after these exercises.

Exam schedules

All practice exams (learn) must be done before training week. If you haven`t done those exams you are not allowed to participate.
Dialogue- or Exam-essay

If there is surgeon's lecture, it will e mandatory. If you are unable to participate you will have to write an essey.
Dialogue exam: Evaluation: 0-5, after training week
Competence assessment: fail-pass, after the training week
retest: essey

International connections

-

Student workload

27h x 5
A more detailed breakdown can be found in learn

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Prerequisites are reduced. If they are not met, you will not be eligible for the course!
APPROVED COURCES OF STUDY
Data management 5 ect
Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5ect
Basics of clinical nursing 5ect
Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5ect
Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4ect
Clinical training, basics in nursing
APPROVED COURSES COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS
Basics of health promotion
Supervising and supporting self-care management in social and health care environment
Nursing in medical wards
Gerontological nursing
Preclinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)
Clinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Learn's practice exams passed.

5 = almost complete answer, justification and understanding of context appear in the answer, good additions to colleagues' answers
4 = a little to be completed in the answer, the answer has tried to tie things together and find cause-effect relationships, additions to the colleague's answers
3 = answer core issues, little reasoning, no factual errors, little complementary answers
2 = illogical answer with few correct things, little justification, no life-threatening factual errors, few additions
1 = individual real issues for which no justification, answer one-sided, few additions, if any
0 = just some right things or participating in a conversation with little or no information
Recap: Exam - Essay Exam

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

07.11.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Contact teaching, 80 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Katri Rissanen
  • Mari Hakala
Responsible person

Katri Rissanen

Student groups
  • EHKT21SM
    Paramedic, part-time studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Materials

Learn includes the minimum material.

You can use these materials to support your learnin process.
-UEF-lääketieteen luennot
-Oppiportti/oppikirjat/Kirurgia, Kipu, Anestesiologian ja tehohoitotyön perusteet, Gastroenterologia ja hepatologia, Peruselintoimintojen häiriöt ja niiden hoito
-Oppiportti/Verkkokoulutukset (some are requisite ): Alipaineimulaitteet, Imu-laitteet, Kirurginen polttolaite, Kannettavat lääkeannostelijat, Potilaslämmittimet, Nesteen- ja verenlämmittimet
-Terveysportti: Sairaanhoitajan käsikirja, Anestesiahoitotyön käsikirja
-Käypähoitosuositukset (Best practice quidelines)

Teaching methods

-You are allowed to study independetly.
-Notice that the learn exams must be done before the clinical practice week at school.

Employer connections

Preclinical training 1 is integratet.
These exercises are mandatory!
Training week is integratet with theoretical studies.
Competence assessment will be done after these exercises.

Exam schedules

All practice exams (learn) must be done before training week. If you haven`t done those exams you are not allowed to participate.
Exam-essay

If there is surgeon's lecture, it will e mandatory. If you are unable to participate you will have to write an essey.
Dialogue exam: Evaluation: 0-5, after training week
Competence assessment: fail-pass, after the training week
retest: essey

International connections

-

Student workload

27h x 5
A more detailed breakdown can be found in learn

Content scheduling

-

Further information

Prerequisites are reduced. If they are not met, you will not be eligible for the course!
APPROVED COURCES OF STUDY
Data management 5 ect
Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology 5ect
Basics of clinical nursing 5ect
Patient safety and pharmacotherapy 5ect
Preclinical training, basics in nursing 4ect
Clinical training, basics in nursing
APPROVED COURSES COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS
Basics of health promotion
Supervising and supporting self-care management in social and health care environment
Nursing in medical wards
Gerontological nursing
Preclinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)
Clinical training 1 (parts Nursing in medical wards and Gerontological nursing)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Learn's practice exams passed.

5 = almost complete answer, justification and understanding of context appear in the answer, good additions to colleagues' answers
4 = a little to be completed in the answer, the answer has tried to tie things together and find cause-effect relationships, additions to the colleague's answers
3 = answer core issues, little reasoning, no factual errors, little complementary answers
2 = illogical answer with few correct things, little justification, no life-threatening factual errors, few additions
1 = individual real issues for which no justification, answer one-sided, few additions, if any
0 = just some right things or participating in a conversation with little or no information
Recap: Exam - Essay Exam

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Mode of delivery

80 % Contact teaching, 20 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Jaana Dillström
  • Tarja Turtiainen
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA21KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You know how to apply your knowledge on key surgical illnesses when nursing perioperative patients at different stages.
You master the key nursing methods of a surgical and perioperative patient.
You master the aseptic practices in your own work and in patient care.

You master the operating models preventing complications and promoting rehabilitation in nursing perioperative patients.
You can work utilizing operating models that promote patient and work safety.
You can apply your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You can carry out the medication of a surgical and perioperative patient safely utilizing applied pharmacology.
You know the principles of safe transfusion.
You can carry out evidence-based pain management.
You know how to apply guidance and teaching methods to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing.
You are able to document the surgical and perioperative nursing process and summary in a nationally uniform way

Content

What are the most common illnesses and disabilities that require surgical care?
What are the aims and methods of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?

How is the observation and treatment of a patient carried out at the different stages of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How do you utilize the methods of systematic assessment of a patient in postoperative nursing? NEWS, ABCDE?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used at different stages in nursing surgical patients?
What are the key treatments and nursing methods used in nursing perioperative patients?
How is patient safety ensured at different nursing stages?
What are the key medicine groups in surgical nursing?
How is safe medication planned, carried out and assessed at the stage of pre-, intra-, and postoperative nursing?
How is medicinal and non-medicinal pain management assessed, planned and carried out?
How do you apply evidence-based information to surgical and perioperative nursing?
How is transfusion carried out safely?
How do you guide a patient and make him/her committed to self-care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 10.02.2023

Credits

25 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mari Hakala
  • Linda Metsälä
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Linda Metsälä

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM2
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Preclinical training 5 cr and Clinical training 25 cr
You can utilize evidence-based information in different operational environments of the nursing process.
You master the key treatments and diagnostic examinations in clinical nursing as part of the patient’s total care.
You are able to apply your knowledge of nursing different patient groups (patients with internal diseases, surgical patients, gerontology patients, patients of substance abuse or mental health).
You understand the special features of treatment paths and nursing of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You master the evaluation of nursing need, nursing methods and the nursing assessment of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You know how to assess the need for urgent care of a patient.
You can systematically evaluate the need for care and act in situations that require urgent care.
You understand the duties and responsibility of a nurse in nursing the above-mentioned patients.
You know the principles of nursing promoting rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to assist and the right tools accorind to the patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving.

Content

Nursing in medical wards:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in nursing in medical wards?
What are the most common methods, procedures and diagnostic examinations in nursing in medical wards?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of patients with internal diseases?
What are the special features of nursing in medical wards?
How do you carry ou tnursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving?
Gerontology nursing:
How do utilize the evidence-based information in gerontology and palliative nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of an elderly patient?
What are the special features of gerontology nursing?
What are the special features of nursing a patient with a memory disorder?
How do you evaluate the nursing need of an urgent patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her resources in moving?
Nursing in mental health, substance abuse care and acute crisis:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of a mental health and substance abuse patient?
What are the special features of nursing in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis?
How do you form an interactive nursing relationship with a mental health and substance abuse patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation?
Surgical and perioperative nursing:
How do you utilize the evidence-based information in surgical and periopeartive nursing?
What are the most common ways to assist a patient in surgical and perioperative nursing?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a surgical patient?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a perioperative patient?
How do you carry out the safe nursing of a surgical and perioperative patient at the pre-, intra-, and postoperative stages?
How do you prevent, recognize and treat complications in surgical and perioperative nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 26.05.2023

Credits

25 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Terhi Hede
  • Jarno Hämäläinen
  • Anne Kylmälä
  • Mari Hakala
  • Sanna Valliaro
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anne Kylmälä

Student groups
  • EHKT21SM
    Paramedic, part-time studies

Objective

Preclinical training 5 cr and Clinical training 25 cr
You can utilize evidence-based information in different operational environments of the nursing process.
You master the key treatments and diagnostic examinations in clinical nursing as part of the patient’s total care.
You are able to apply your knowledge of nursing different patient groups (patients with internal diseases, surgical patients, gerontology patients, patients of substance abuse or mental health).
You understand the special features of treatment paths and nursing of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You master the evaluation of nursing need, nursing methods and the nursing assessment of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You know how to assess the need for urgent care of a patient.
You can systematically evaluate the need for care and act in situations that require urgent care.
You understand the duties and responsibility of a nurse in nursing the above-mentioned patients.
You know the principles of nursing promoting rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to assist and the right tools accorind to the patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving.

Content

Nursing in medical wards:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in nursing in medical wards?
What are the most common methods, procedures and diagnostic examinations in nursing in medical wards?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of patients with internal diseases?
What are the special features of nursing in medical wards?
How do you carry ou tnursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving?
Gerontology nursing:
How do utilize the evidence-based information in gerontology and palliative nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of an elderly patient?
What are the special features of gerontology nursing?
What are the special features of nursing a patient with a memory disorder?
How do you evaluate the nursing need of an urgent patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her resources in moving?
Nursing in mental health, substance abuse care and acute crisis:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of a mental health and substance abuse patient?
What are the special features of nursing in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis?
How do you form an interactive nursing relationship with a mental health and substance abuse patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation?
Surgical and perioperative nursing:
How do you utilize the evidence-based information in surgical and periopeartive nursing?
What are the most common ways to assist a patient in surgical and perioperative nursing?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a surgical patient?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a perioperative patient?
How do you carry out the safe nursing of a surgical and perioperative patient at the pre-, intra-, and postoperative stages?
How do you prevent, recognize and treat complications in surgical and perioperative nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

25 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Niina Luukkonen
  • Jaana Dillström
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA21SP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

Preclinical training 5 cr and Clinical training 25 cr
You can utilize evidence-based information in different operational environments of the nursing process.
You master the key treatments and diagnostic examinations in clinical nursing as part of the patient’s total care.
You are able to apply your knowledge of nursing different patient groups (patients with internal diseases, surgical patients, gerontology patients, patients of substance abuse or mental health).
You understand the special features of treatment paths and nursing of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You master the evaluation of nursing need, nursing methods and the nursing assessment of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You know how to assess the need for urgent care of a patient.
You can systematically evaluate the need for care and act in situations that require urgent care.
You understand the duties and responsibility of a nurse in nursing the above-mentioned patients.
You know the principles of nursing promoting rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to assist and the right tools accorind to the patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving.

Content

Nursing in medical wards:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in nursing in medical wards?
What are the most common methods, procedures and diagnostic examinations in nursing in medical wards?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of patients with internal diseases?
What are the special features of nursing in medical wards?
How do you carry ou tnursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving?
Gerontology nursing:
How do utilize the evidence-based information in gerontology and palliative nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of an elderly patient?
What are the special features of gerontology nursing?
What are the special features of nursing a patient with a memory disorder?
How do you evaluate the nursing need of an urgent patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her resources in moving?
Nursing in mental health, substance abuse care and acute crisis:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of a mental health and substance abuse patient?
What are the special features of nursing in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis?
How do you form an interactive nursing relationship with a mental health and substance abuse patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation?
Surgical and perioperative nursing:
How do you utilize the evidence-based information in surgical and periopeartive nursing?
What are the most common ways to assist a patient in surgical and perioperative nursing?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a surgical patient?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a perioperative patient?
How do you carry out the safe nursing of a surgical and perioperative patient at the pre-, intra-, and postoperative stages?
How do you prevent, recognize and treat complications in surgical and perioperative nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 28.05.2023

Credits

25 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Ter TerSTYNN
  • Anne Ulmanen
  • Teea Lång
  • Anetta Väänänen
Student groups
  • SHMI21SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

Preclinical training 5 cr and Clinical training 25 cr
You can utilize evidence-based information in different operational environments of the nursing process.
You master the key treatments and diagnostic examinations in clinical nursing as part of the patient’s total care.
You are able to apply your knowledge of nursing different patient groups (patients with internal diseases, surgical patients, gerontology patients, patients of substance abuse or mental health).
You understand the special features of treatment paths and nursing of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You master the evaluation of nursing need, nursing methods and the nursing assessment of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You know how to assess the need for urgent care of a patient.
You can systematically evaluate the need for care and act in situations that require urgent care.
You understand the duties and responsibility of a nurse in nursing the above-mentioned patients.
You know the principles of nursing promoting rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to assist and the right tools accorind to the patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving.

Content

Nursing in medical wards:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in nursing in medical wards?
What are the most common methods, procedures and diagnostic examinations in nursing in medical wards?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of patients with internal diseases?
What are the special features of nursing in medical wards?
How do you carry ou tnursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving?
Gerontology nursing:
How do utilize the evidence-based information in gerontology and palliative nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of an elderly patient?
What are the special features of gerontology nursing?
What are the special features of nursing a patient with a memory disorder?
How do you evaluate the nursing need of an urgent patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her resources in moving?
Nursing in mental health, substance abuse care and acute crisis:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of a mental health and substance abuse patient?
What are the special features of nursing in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis?
How do you form an interactive nursing relationship with a mental health and substance abuse patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation?
Surgical and perioperative nursing:
How do you utilize the evidence-based information in surgical and periopeartive nursing?
What are the most common ways to assist a patient in surgical and perioperative nursing?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a surgical patient?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a perioperative patient?
How do you carry out the safe nursing of a surgical and perioperative patient at the pre-, intra-, and postoperative stages?
How do you prevent, recognize and treat complications in surgical and perioperative nursing?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 19.03.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Student groups
  • SHMI22KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

25 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Niina Luukkonen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Pirjo Heimo

Student groups
  • SHSA21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

Preclinical training 5 cr and Clinical training 25 cr
You can utilize evidence-based information in different operational environments of the nursing process.
You master the key treatments and diagnostic examinations in clinical nursing as part of the patient’s total care.
You are able to apply your knowledge of nursing different patient groups (patients with internal diseases, surgical patients, gerontology patients, patients of substance abuse or mental health).
You understand the special features of treatment paths and nursing of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You master the evaluation of nursing need, nursing methods and the nursing assessment of the above-mentioned patient groups.
You know how to assess the need for urgent care of a patient.
You can systematically evaluate the need for care and act in situations that require urgent care.
You understand the duties and responsibility of a nurse in nursing the above-mentioned patients.
You know the principles of nursing promoting rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to assist and the right tools accorind to the patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving.

Content

Nursing in medical wards:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in nursing in medical wards?
What are the most common methods, procedures and diagnostic examinations in nursing in medical wards?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of patients with internal diseases?
What are the special features of nursing in medical wards?
How do you carry ou tnursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in moving?
Gerontology nursing:
How do utilize the evidence-based information in gerontology and palliative nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of an elderly patient?
What are the special features of gerontology nursing?
What are the special features of nursing a patient with a memory disorder?
How do you evaluate the nursing need of an urgent patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation and choose a safe way to assist and the tools?
How do you activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her resources in moving?
Nursing in mental health, substance abuse care and acute crisis:
How do you utilize evidence-based information in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis nursing?
How do you plan, carry out and evaluate the safe medicinal and non-medicinal nursing of a mental health and substance abuse patient?
What are the special features of nursing in mental health, substance abuse and acute crisis?
How do you form an interactive nursing relationship with a mental health and substance abuse patient?
How do you carry out nursing that promotes rehabilitation?
Surgical and perioperative nursing:
How do you utilize the evidence-based information in surgical and periopeartive nursing?
What are the most common ways to assist a patient in surgical and perioperative nursing?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a surgical patient?
How do you evaluate, plan and carry out the medicinal and non-medicinal pain management of a perioperative patient?
How do you carry out the safe nursing of a surgical and perioperative patient at the pre-, intra-, and postoperative stages?
How do you prevent, recognize and treat complications in surgical and perioperative nursing?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Pirjo Heimo

Student groups
  • SHSA22KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

24.04.2023 - 01.10.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 28.04.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anne Kylmälä
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • SHKT21KP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

10 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jarno Hämäläinen
  • Mari Hakala
  • Jussi Salonen
  • Aki Viipuri
  • Linda Metsälä
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • EHKT20SM
    Paramedic, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 26.05.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Linda Metsälä
Responsible person

Anna-Maija Uusoksa

Student groups
  • EHKT21KP
    Paramedic, full-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

10.10.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Haija Kankkunen
  • Ter TerSTYNN
  • Anne Ulmanen
  • Teea Lång
  • Miia Myllymäki
  • Riitta-Liisa Jukarainen
  • Anetta Väänänen
  • Susanna Suvimaa
Student groups
  • SHMI20SP
    Nursing, full-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

03.04.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anne Ulmanen
Student groups
  • SHMI21KM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

06.04.2022 - 22.04.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Jaana Dillström
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA20SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

27.03.2023 - 04.06.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Student groups
  • THMI21KP
    Health care, fulltime studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 15.12.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Terhi Hede
  • TEY Opettaja1
Responsible person

Terhi Hede

Student groups
  • SHKT21SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.12.2023

Credits

15 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Jaana Dillström
Responsible person

Jaana Dillström

Student groups
  • SHSA21KP
    Nursing, fulltime studies

Objective

You can apply your knowledge on the most common diseases of children and young people in nursing.
You can apply your know-how diversely to the reception work of a nurse.
You understand the normal progress and follow-up of pregnancy, childbirth and post-natal period.
You master the assessment of the health, functional ability of an elderly person and the nursing methods used for supporting these.
You are able to assess the nursing need of a patient who needs urgent care.
You are able to systematically assess the need for immediate care and act in urgent and emergency situations.
You know the principles of nursing that promotes rehabilitation and can act accordingly.
You can choose a safe way to help and the required tools according to a patient’s ability to function.
You can activate and motivate a patient to utilize his/her own resources in mobility.
You can apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing different patient groups.

Content

The content is based on the nursing environment of the clinical training.

Nursing of children and young people:
What are the most common procedures and methods used in nursing children and young people?
What are the most common methods used in the care of people with disabilities?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to nursing children and young people?

Maternity, family and woman’s nursing:
What are the key procedures and methods used in maternity and woman’s nursing?
How do you assist in an unplanned childabirth that takes place outside a hospital?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in maternity and woman’s nursing?

Reception work and homecare nursing:
What are the key nursing activities and sectors of a nurse in reception work and homecare?
How do you assess the customer’s ability to function and his/her resources?
How do you anticipate the weakening of a patient’s ability to function?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge to reception work and homecare?

Nursing in acute and intensive care:
What are the key procedures and methods used in acute and intensive care?
How do you assess a patient’s need for urgent care?
How do you act in acute and intensive care situations and emergencies of a patient who needs urgent care?
How do you resuscitate?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge in acute and intensive care?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing and Clinical nursing I and II

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Pirjo Heimo
  • Tiina Lybeck
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

21.11.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Teea Lång
  • Anne Ulmanen
Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

21.11.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Teea Lång
Responsible person

Leila Sikanen

Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

21.11.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Aki Viipuri
Responsible person

Aki Viipuri

Student groups
  • EHKT22SM
    Emergency Care, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

21.11.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Mari Hakala
Responsible person

Sari Virkki

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

14.03.2023 - 31.03.2023

Timing

01.05.2023 - 26.05.2023

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Satu Sällilä
Responsible person

Satu Sällilä

Student groups
  • SHKT23KVM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

14.03.2023 - 31.03.2023

Timing

01.05.2023 - 26.05.2023

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Satu Sällilä
Responsible person

Satu Sällilä

Student groups
  • EHKT23KP
    Emergency Care, full-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

01.01.2023 - 31.07.2023

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Pirjo Heimo
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

14.03.2023 - 31.03.2023

Timing

01.05.2023 - 28.05.2023

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Teea Lång
Student groups
  • SHMI23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

14.03.2023 - 31.03.2023

Timing

01.05.2023 - 28.05.2023

Credits

6 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Ter TerSTYNN
Responsible person

Leila Sikanen

Student groups
  • THMI23KP
    Health care, fulltime studies

Objective

You understand the nurse's duties and responsibilities in patient safe nursing.
You can operate according to the values of the nursing and according to ethical principles.
You apply the principles of the rejection of aseptics and infections in the nursing.
You can create a good relationship with the patient/client.
You can systematically monitor and estimate the patient's need for care and recognise patients that need urgent care.
You know the key methods of the clinical nursing and diagnostic tests.
You can respond to the patients´needs of the care and you can record them according to a structured model.
You can report and consult according to the ISBAR protocol.
You can look for and apply evidence based knowledge in the nursing of different patient groups.
You understand the care paths of the patients and the special characteristics of the care.
You can evaluate the resources of patients. You can carry ergonomically out the care which promotes rehabilitating and actions.
You can plan, implement and evaluate safe medicine treatment.
You know how to evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management.
You can work according to the principles of the sustainable development.

Content

How do you pay attention to the values and the ethical principles of the nursing?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you operate aseptically and prevent infections?
How do you create a good care relationship with patient?
How do you evaluate the patient's need for care according to the ABCDE protocol?
How do you use the NEWS criteria?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you respond to the need of the care on the functions of the nursing?
How do you evaluate the resources of patients and carry out the nursing which promotes rehabilitating?
How do you work ergonomically?
How do you plan, implement and evaluate medicine treatment safely?
How do you evaluate, observe and carry out the pain management?
How do you respond to the patients´needs of the care? And how do you record them according to a structured model?
How do you apply evidence-based knowledge into the nursing?
How do you work according to the principles of the sustainable development?

Evaluation scale

Approved/Failed

Qualifications

Professional basics in nursing

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

30.08.2022 - 30.11.2022

Credits

9 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Pirjo Heimo
  • Miia Kierikki
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

30.08.2022 - 30.11.2022

Credits

9 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tuulia Litmanen
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Marko Issakainen
  • Sari Pölönen
  • Pirjo Heimo
  • Piia Soikkeli
  • Miia Kierikki
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
  • SHSA22SVMB
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

23.08.2022 - 30.11.2022

Credits

9 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
  • Teea Lång
  • Miia Myllymäki
  • Sirpa Gardemeister
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 3 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 4 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2
  • Pienryhmä 3
  • Pienryhmä 4

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

23.08.2022 - 18.11.2022

Credits

9 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
  • Teea Lång
  • Miia Myllymäki
  • Maria Koski
  • Sirpa Gardemeister
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 3 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 4 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2
  • Pienryhmä 3
  • Pienryhmä 4

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 18.11.2022

Credits

9 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

45 % Contact teaching, 55 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jussi Mähönen
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Sari Virkki
  • Mari Penttilä
  • Satu Sällilä
  • Johanna Koskenniemi
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Marjo Piispa

Student groups
  • SHKT22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Materials

Matherial in Learn.
Matherial in Digi-Campus.

Books:
Rautava-Nurmi H.,Westergård A., Henttonen T., Ojala M. & Vuorinen, S. 2012. or newer. Hoitotyön taidot ja toiminnot. SanomaPro: Helsinki

Veli-Jukka Anttila, Mari Kanerva, Maria Kuronen. 2018. Hoitoon liittyvien infektioiden torjunta.THL.

All the material from Basics of Clinical learning -course.

Teaching methods

On-line studies + volonteer lectures
Clinical nursing 4sp
Aseptics and preventing infections 1sp

Practical nurses:
You may show your knowledge and get endorsement in theoretical skills with an exam.

Preclinical training is part of obligatory clinical training for EU-nurses. Every lesson is obligatory.
All the subjects are found from Learn. Absence may be replaced by joining another group's lesson.

Practical nurses may get recognition of prior learning through Ahot-process. Information for this during the orientation week.

Ergonomics-card gives you recognition of prior learning.

Employer connections

Basics of clinical nursing includes preclinical training (3 sp nursing, 1 sp ergonomy) at school.


Clinical training (working life) is 6 study points.

Lessons:
Aseptic performance
Ergonomics
Basic care
Wound care
Cathetrization and function of bowels
Nutrition and naso-gastric tube
Breathing
Circulation
Evaluation of a patient
Medical care
Fluid balance ja care
Blood sampling
Hospice care

Exam schedules

Exam of basics of clinical training.

Exams in Learn and Digi-Campus.

Evaluation of learning.

International connections

Not included

Student workload

Workload 5x 27h = 135 h

Clinical care 81h.

Ergonomics 16h.

Content scheduling

Self-acting studing and volunteer lectures, exam at the end.

Digi-Campus has its own material in Digi-Moodle. Self-acting studing.

Clinical care: 6 obligatory lessons at school + evaluation of learning.

Ergonomics

Further information

Ergonomics: Satu Sällilä, satu.sallila@xamk.fi
Clinical care: Marjo Piispa, marjo.piispa@xamk.fi

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam 70% has to be right, scale 1-5/fail.

Ergonomics: Evaluation of learning: approved/failed

Clinical care: Evaluation of learning: approved/failed

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 28.04.2023

Credits

9 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

45 % Contact teaching, 55 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 50

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Jussi Mähönen
  • TEY Opettaja1
  • Marjo Piispa
  • Linda Metsälä
  • Satu Sällilä
  • Anna-Maija Uusoksa
Responsible person

Marjo Piispa

Student groups
  • SHKT23KVM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Materials

Matherial in Learn.

Books:
Rautava-Nurmi H.,Westergård A., Henttonen T., Ojala M. & Vuorinen, S. 2015. or newer. Hoitotyön taidot ja toiminnot. SanomaPro: Helsinki

Veli-Jukka Anttila, Mari Kanerva, Maria Kuronen. 2018. Hoitoon liittyvien infektioiden torjunta.THL.

Preclinical training:
All the material from Kliinisen hoitotyön perusteet ja prekliininen harjoittelu -course.

Teaching methods

Kliinisen hoitotyön perusteet ja prekliininen harjoittelu 9 op

8,5 sp
On-line studies, tasks and volunteer lectures
Clinical nursing: Preclinical training is part of obligatory clinical training for EU-nurses. Every lesson is obligatory. All the subjects are found from Learn.


Practical nurses:
You may show your knowledge and get endorsement in theoretical skills with an exam.
You may get recognition of prior learning through Ahot-process. Information for this during the orientation week.

Ergonomics (0,5 sp)
Ergonomics-card gives you recognition of prior learning.

Employer connections

Kliinisen hoitotyön perusteet ja prekliininen harjoittelu includes preclinical training (3,5 sp nursing, 0,5 sp ergonomy) at school.


Clinical training (working life) is 6 study points. This is different course.

Possible expert lectures or working life visits.

Exam schedules

Final exam is electronic exam in the exam rooms. The learning tasks and practice exams must be taken before the pre-clinical practice

Preclinical training: Evaluation of learning 1 h / student.

International connections

Not included

Student workload

Workload 5x 27h = 135 h

Clinical care 94,5 h.

Ergonomics 13,5 h.

Content scheduling

Self-acting studing and volunteer lectures, exam at the end.

Clinical care: 7 obligatory lessons at school + evaluation of learning.

Ergonomics

Lessons in theory and preclinical training:
Aseptic performance
Ergonomics
Basic care
Wound care
Cathetrization and function of bowels
Nutrition and naso-gastric tube
Breathing
Circulation
Evaluation of a patient
Medical care
Fluid balance ja care
Blood sampling
Hospice care

Further information

Ergonomics: Satu Sällilä, satu.sallila@xamk.fi
Clinical care: Marjo Piispa, marjo.piispa@xamk.fi

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment methods and criteria

Theory: Completing the learning tasks assigned to the student. Evaluation: complemented - passed.
Exam, evaluation: failed-1-5.Exam 70% has to be right, scale 1-5/fail.

Preclinical training: Evaluation of learning: approved/failed

Ergonomics: Evaluation of learning: approved/failed

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

9 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

5 op

Mode of delivery

45 % Contact teaching, 55 % Distance learning

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
  • Ter TerSTYNN
  • Teea Lång
  • TerSTYNN2
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 3 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 4 (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SHMI23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2
  • Pienryhmä 3
  • Pienryhmä 4

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

07.11.2022 - 18.11.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

9 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Anu Muhonen
  • Pirjo Heimo
  • Miia Kierikki
Responsible person

Anu Muhonen

Student groups
  • SHSA23KVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Objective

The nursing process
You know how to create a good care relationship.
You can systematically monitor and evaluate the patient's well-being.
You can report according to the ISBAR protocol.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills about the key help methods needed in nursing.
You will master the basic knowledge and skills of the key diagnostic tests required in nursing.
You will be able to respond to the patient's need for care by applying key methods of assistance.
You master the key principles of pain monitoring and assessment.
You will master the basics of basic resuscitation and using a lay defibrillator.
You recognize the signs of impending death and know how to implement post-mortem treatment.
You know how to face and care for a dying patient and support his or her loved ones.

Aseptic operation
You know the principles of infection control and know how to apply your knowledge when implementing infection control.
You know the disadvantages of infections at the individual level.
You know the economic impact of infections on society.

Content

The nursing process
How do you take into consideration the values and ethical principles of nursing in your work?
How do collegiality and teamwork advance nursing?
How do you create a good care relation?
How do you use the ABCDE protocol to assess patient well-being?
How do you use the NEWS criteria in the early identification of disorders of basic organ functions?
How do you report according to the ISBAR protocol?
How do you implement nursing need assessment, nursing diagnosis, nursing planning, implementation, and evaluation of results?
What are the theoretical grounds of key primary care and nursing interventions?
What are the theoretical grounds of key diagnostic studies?
What are the key methods for monitoring and assessing pain?
What are the theoretical foundations for basic resuscitation and the use of a lay defibrillator?
What are the theoretical foundations for the care of a dying patient, the illegal encounter of the deceased, and the encounter of relatives?

Aseptic operation
What are the mechanisms of infectious diseases, the defence system of the body and the means of preventive means of infectious diseases?
What are the principles of the aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary measures?
What are the principles of aseptic work, standard precautions, and precautionary categories? What are the disadvantages and costs of infections at the individual and societal level?

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2025

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 70

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Emergency Care
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Riitta Riikonen
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
  • Teea Lång
  • Miia Myllymäki
  • Elina Jouppila
  • Anetta Väänänen
  • Susanna Suvimaa
  • Sirpa Gardemeister
Student groups
  • SHMI22SM
    Nursing, part-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Enrolment

22.08.2022 - 28.08.2022

Timing

01.08.2022 - 31.12.2025

Credits

0 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

20 - 60

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Health Care
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
  • Degree Programme in Emergency Care
Teachers
  • Leila Sikanen
  • Riitta Riikonen
  • Pirjo Oikarinen
  • Teea Lång
  • Miia Myllymäki
  • Elina Jouppila
  • Anetta Väänänen
  • Susanna Suvimaa
  • Sirpa Gardemeister
Student groups
  • SHMI22SVM
    Nursing, online/part-time studies

Evaluation scale

1-5