HISTORY OF NURSING AND MEDICINE
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to enable the student to understand the essential elements of the history of nursing theories of bioethics and professional ethics in order to use such acquisitions in identifying the problems of person, associated with its patient condition, and find an appropriate care plan.
The course aims to allow the student to know the history and the birth of the profession, the theories and the conceptual models of nursing care. Use of the nursing record as an element of quality assessment of the assistance in order to identify the problems of the person related to his condition as a patient and to formulate a personalized care plan.
Course contents summary
-History and philosophy of nursing from antiquity to the present day
-Nursing Theories that underlie modern profession
-legislation that regulates the profile of nursing
The historical origins of "taking care", and the development of nursing discipline. Conceptual theories / models of Nursing.
the nursing record
The historical origins of "taking care" and the development of nursing discipline. Conceptual Theories / Models of Nursing (Nightingale, Henderson, Orem, Peplau, Rogers, Leininger, Watson ..)
The assistance models applied to the nursing folder
Lesson made in presence, it will also be available remotely. Use of audiovisual media and classroom discussion with students.
lectures with the use of audiovisual supports.
Assessment methods and criteria
The assessment of the achievement of the objectives of the course includes an examination to quiz with multiple choice questions, possibly also available remotely
written exam: multiple answer test
Educational materials used during lessons (e.g. slides, articles, etc.) will be made available on the Elly platform
the course is part of the integrated course of "General nursing I and Bioethics"