COMMUNITIES NURSING AND MIDWIFERY IN TERRITORIAL REALITY, HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to provide students with the tools and theoretical concepts useful for the understanding of the fundamental elements characterizing the family health nursing - community, also to develop activities of analysis, design and evaluation of organizational models suited to different scenarios of health
The examination of "Nursing and midwifery community," in which this form is incardinated, can only be taken after passing the "Health economics and business."
Course contents summary
• conceptual framework for the discipline of nursing applied to the community, the role of the nurse in primary care: evolution and possible perspectives. The skills of the nurse in the family. The community nursing teams in the international literature.
• programming tools social health and regulatory framework for the redefinition and the development of health authorities.
• From the paradigm of medicine waiting to the paradigm of health care initiative: strategies and models of care in caring for people with chronic illnesses. Primary care and territorial structures. Professional integration and continuity of care: theoretical concepts and operational tools. The Case of Health
The topics covered are the detail of what is expressed in the 'Content'
L. Sasso, L. Gamberoni, A. Ferraresi, L. Tibaldi, L’infermiere di famiglia – scenari assistenziali e orientamenti futuri, McGraw-Hill 2005.
M. Pellizzari, L’infermiere di Comunità, McGraw-Hill 2008.
Handouts / Documents / scientific articles.
Lectures with the use of visual aids and classroom discussion with students.
Assessment methods and criteria
Written exam of integrated course characterized by multiple choice quizzes designed to test the do-able understanding and applicability of the content used.