Learning outcomes of the course unit
The organisational autonomy acknowledged to the health companies leaves room
for organisational planning choices that aim to promote the
special skills and resources available, with a view to
improving the quality level of the services provided while
increasing their efficiency.
The course is divided into 4 areas, the aims of which may be summarised as follows:
1) focus on organisational analysis tools both at a macrostructural level (organisational setup) and at a microstructural level (roles and responsibilities);
2) analysis of the different types of architecture, components and criticalities of the Information Systems currently existing in the Health companies;
3) identification of the fundamental lines of the private law system through an analysis of some principles of private law.
4) analysis of basic concepts and of a selection of elements useful for contextualising the future professional position (management or teaching) of the students, within the network of skills and responsibilities typical of the position itself, in the relationship with the health organisation in question and the nursing personnel.
Course contents summary
In brief, the course covers the following topics:
The evolution of organisational theories;
Systemic analysis. Rugiadini’s contribution;
The functioning of the organisation;
The staff of the organisation;
Personnel training and assessment;
The case manager nurse;
The nurse and quality improvement process;
The nurse and patient empowerment ;
The figure of the nurse in the health organisation - some experiences and
trends in course.
Organisational System, Information System, Computer System, Elements of process re-engineering;
Architecture of Health Information Systems (three level model);
Different approaches to integration;
Evolution of computer platforms (from mainframe to central network systems);
Application examples with values at various corporate levels;
Inter-company application examples (telemedicine);
Fundamental variables of the Computer System;
Criticalities of the Computer System.
The legal system. Legal sources and interpretation of legal standards. ;
The legal relation;
The subjects: natural persons, legal persons and non-personified bodies;
Personality rights (Law on the Protection of personal data;
The obligations deriving from an illegal act.
The evolution of the relationship between the health professional, organisation and user; the issue of the “professional autonomy of the health professional” and the legal qualification of work relations in the health sector;
History and sources of Labour Law;
from the Workers’ Statute to the Work Statute;
Dependent employment, works contract, semi-dependent employment; the “flexibility” question and the “Biagi” law;
The contents of the dependent employment relationship; rights, duties and obligations; severing of the work relationship;
Evolution and specificity of the work relationship in public administration structures.
Handouts provided by the Professor.
AA.VV., Lineamenti di diritto privato, a cura di Bessone, Giappichelli, Torino, latest available edition.
Preparation of the year-end examination necessitates good knowledge of the Constitution, the Civil Code and some of the laws associated with it: for this reason, an updated version of the Civil Code is recommended, to be chosen at the student's discretion.
Carinci, De Luca Tamajo, Tosi, Treu. Diritto del lavoro. 2. Il rapporto di lavoro subordinato. 6^ edizione UTET giuridica
Written exam at the end of the unit, and/or an oral exam on the basis of the exam schedule.