VOCATIONAL TRAINING 2
Learning outcomes of the course unit
- Orient yourself in the reality of the specific internship context by identifying the characteristics and purposes of the structure / service and identify the functions of the figures who work there
- Develop responsible behaviors and attitudes with respect to the learning context and the training process
- Acquire / reinforce listening and openness attitudes to establish an effective and professional relationship with patients, family and figures present in the operating unit / service
- Design, deliver and evaluate personal assistance through the observation and execution of basic and advanced techniques, respecting the programming of the pre-clinical laboratories and the protocols in use at the facility: prevention of biological, physical and chemical risk ; welcome of the person; nursing assessment; application of diagnostic and therapeutic prescriptions; path of the person undergoing surgery; bladder catheter positioning; personal comfort and personal care; enteroclism execution; ECG detection; venipuncture execution; mobilization of the person; nutritional function; peripheral venous catheter positioning; wound and drainage management; positioning and management of the central venous catheter, the PICC and the Midline; bronchial aspiration through the natural pathway / tracheostomy.
Course contents summary
Link between theoretical learning and operational practice. Cognitive, affective, relational, organizational and value knowledge that allow you to translate knowledge into professional practice but also to enrich and consolidate the world of ideas with new content and reflect on emotional and value aspects.
- Pamela Lynn, Taylor's Nursing Techniques and Procedures Manual, PICCIN ed.
- Lynda Juall Carpenito Moyet, Nursing Diagnosis, CEA ed.
Field learning, clinical case planning
Assessment methods and criteria
Intermediate training check and final certification check