Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
|Values and Ethics in Social and Health Care||3|
|Social and Health Care Services in Finland||3|
|Structured Data Search||3|
|Decision Making and Documentation in Nursing||2|
|Development of Expertise||2|
|Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical Physiology||3|
|Anatomy and Physiology||3|
The Basics Skills of Professional Nursing
|Daily Activities in Nursing||4|
|Clinical Nursing Methods||4|
|Promotion of Health and Functional Ability||3|
|Infection Control in Nursing||2|
|Education and Teaching Competence and Digital Communication||3|
Basics of medication and fluid therapy
|Pharmacotherapy and Medical Calculations||3|
|Intravenous Fluid Therapy and Blood Transfusion||2|
|Demonstration of Competence in Administering Medication and Resuscitating a Patient||1|
Outpatient health care and gerontological nursing
|Communicable Diseases and Vaccination Expertise||3|
|Nursing in Outpatient Health Care||3|
|Radiation Safety, Radiography and Pathology||2|
Surgical and Perioperative Nursing
|Surgery and Anaesthesiology||2|
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Nursing
|Mental Health and Substance Abuse Nursing||7|
Women, Families and Children as Nursing Clients
|Maternity Care and Gynaecological Nursing||4|
|Professional English for Nurses||3|
|Orientation to and Planning of the Bachelor's Thesis||5|
|Implementation of the Bachelor's Thesis Process||7|
|Reporting of the Bachelor’s Thesis||3|
Basic Level Emergency Care
|Basics of Emergency Care 1||3|
|Basics of Emergency Care 2||4|
Development and Administration of Nursing and Emergency Care
|Nursing Science in Past and Now||3|
|Management of Emergency Service||3|
Acute Care Nursing
|Acute Care Nursing||4|
|Emergency Medicine 1||3|
Advanced Emergency Care
|Advenced Emergency Care 1||3|
|Advanced Level Emergency Care 2||4|
|Emergency Medicine 2||3|
|Emergency Medicine 3||3|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Basics of Clinical Nursing||4|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Basics of Pharmacological Treatment||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Basics of Intravenous Fluid Therapy||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Medical Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Surgical Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Perioperative Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Outpatient Health Care||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Paediatric Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Maternity Care and Gynaecological Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, obstetrics||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Intensive Care Nursing||1|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Acute Care||2|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Basic Level Emergency Care||4|
|Orientation to Clinical Training, Advanced Level Emergency Care||4|
|Supervised Clinical Training, Simulation 1||2|
|Simulations of Emergency Care||2|
|Supervised Clinical Training 1||9|
|Supervised Clinical Training 2||6|
|Supervised clinical training 3, Paediatric Nursing and Obstetrics||6|
|Supervised clinical training 4, Basic Level Emergency Care||9|
|Clinical Training, Nursing in Acute Care||6|
|Practical training, Advanced Level Emergency Care||12|
|Supervised Clinical Training, Working in a Project 1||3|
|Supervised Clinical Training, Working in a Project 2||3|
(Select 5 cr)
|Preparation Studies, English||3|
|Preparatory Studies, Swedish||3|
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Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year and length of studies is 3,5/4/4,5 years. Planned syllabus may change during studies.
The Degree Programme in Emergency Care includes the the Degree Programme in Nursing. Bachelors of Health Care are authorised by National Supervisory Authority of Welfrare and Health. The degree is comparable with equivalent degrees in other EU countries.
THE CORE VALUE OF EDUCATION
The core values of the Degree Programme in Emergency Care are the respect for individuals, human dignity, confidentiality, responsibility and a high level of professional activity.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING OUTCOMES
Emergency nurse is able to care an acutely ill and emergency patients in hospitals and outside of hospitals. Emergency nurse can support the person´s health, evaluate, exam, take care and advice patient and his family in a holistic way and transport and guide him with further care.
Emergency nursing is based on nursing science and medicine, application of their good practices and other disciplines, such as social and behavioural sciences. Emergency nurse has good cooperation skills (relationship-, leadership- and communication skills). Emergency nurse works client/patient oriented, has extensive and basic technical and operational kwnowledge and skills. She/he is the expert of emergency nursing in different phases of the Emergency patient´s care chain.
Learning of nursing and emergency nursing includes both evaluation of prior knowledge and conduct in a reflective, critical and ethical way, realisation of new ways of action, and processing of personal attitudes. The starting point of learning is the multidimensional reality and knowledge of many levels. Learning rises from the key competence needs of the professional field.
COMPETENCIES PRODUCED BY THE DEGREE PROGRAMME IN EMERGENCY NURSING THROUGHOUT THE STUDY YEARS
After the first year of studies the emergency nursing student knows the basics of caring for patients and their relatives. The student can obey the lawframe, Health and Safety policy and ethical codes concerning health care. The student can identify and predict individual and community health problems. The student is able to monitor basic vital signs, recognises nursing needs, and is able to safely use appropriate nursing methods. The student knows how to carry out medication safely and masters medical calcultions. The student is able to give First Aid in emergency situations. The student is able to consider the meaning of different cultures in nursing.
During the middle phase of the studies the student develops his/her clinical know-how in different areas of nursing and is able to estimate the nursing needs of patients/clients of different ages, and plans, implements and evaluates nursing in cooperation with the patient/client and their families. The student utilises multidisciplinary knowledge as the basis for his/her work. The student is able to guide and support patient /clients in self-care. The student can work in a multi-professional co-operation in the interests of patient/client. The student can use the basic level technology, equipment and instrumentation. The student is able to examine the patient´s basic vital signs, assess and work with basic level equipments. The student knows how to evaluate his/her work critically.
In the optional professional studies towards the end of the programme the know-how of the student strengthens and deepens. As an emergency care student he/she is able to make ethically sound decisions based on evedence and act professionally as a nurse. The student is able to take care of an acutely ill patient in Accident and Emergency and intensive care word. The student can estimate independently the situation of ill or injured person, start and maintain patient´s basic vitals, start the care on addvanced level of emergency care. The student is able to work in accident and to lead emegency situation. The student is able to assis in emergency delivery and take care of the newborn and mother. The student is able to develop his/her professional skills and emergency nursing. The student deepens his/her knowledge in a emergency nursing filed through the Bachelor´s thesis.
IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHING
The Degree Programme in Emergency Nursing is completed as full-time studies in Finnish. Part of the studies can be done also in English. In adult education the studies can be completed either as full-time or multi-modal studies. The Degree Programme in Emergency Nursing includes 84 credits of clinical training to enhance professional skills.
Students have the opportunity to deepen their international competence up to 20-30 credits. The studies may consist of English-language theoretical studies in Finland, international student or trainee exchange or other international studies.