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GroupK72D17S/Degree Programme in Nursing (in English) (Kemi)
Study unitK702DL26 Supporting and Promoting the Wellbeing of Children, Young People and Family in Nursing Care, 10.00 ECTS credits, 267 h
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
ImplementationPerustoteutus/19001
UnitTerveysala (Meripuistokatu 26) Kemi
Time of implementationAutumn1/2019-2020, Autumn2/2019-2020
Responsible teacherKari Helena
Other teachersX1 Hoitotyö TH KEMI
Status of implementationComing

Description status Missing
  
Language of instruction English
Starting and ending dates01.08.2019 - 31.12.2019
Minimum number of participants  
Maximum number of participants  
Enrolment period15.04.2019 - 15.05.2019
Implementation method
Virtuality
R&D integration
Resit dates of the exam
Koulutuksen aikataulu (www-linkki)
Description language English 
Objectives

Competence goals:

You can support and promote the well-being of families with children. You can implement health-promoting, resource-oriented and evidence-based working methods in nursing care for families in various phases and situations in life, with due consideration to different cultural backgrounds. You can implement the assessment and guidance of the growth and development of a child and adolescent.

You understand the normal monitoring of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. You can support families in the growth to parenthood and care of a newborn child. You can implement support for early interaction and act in accordance with the principles of open early collaboration and as a member of a multidisciplinary team in family nursing care.

You can support the functional capacity and inclusion of developmentally or otherwise disabled people.

Themes and essential content:

Nursing care of children, young people and families

  • Growth and development of children and young people
  • Most important illnesses of children and young people
  • Competence in family nursing
  • Competence in vaccinations (according to THL’s recommendations)

Maternity care

  • Progress of pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period
  • Care of a newborn child
  • Supporting parenthood

Disability and care of disable people

  • Essential developmental disabilities
  • Becoming disabled
  • Methods of assistance in nursing care for the disabled
 
Assessment criteria

Satisfactory

Good

Very good

You identify work resource-oriented and evidence-based work methods that promote the well-being of families with children in family nursing across various phases in life.

You support the well-being of families with children and utilise resource-oriented and evidence-based work methods that promote well-being in family nursing across various phases in life.

You support and develop the well-being of families with children and familiarise them with resource-oriented and evidence-based work methods that promote well-being in family nursing across various phases in life.

You identify methods of assessing and guiding the growth and development of a child and adolescent.

You implement the assessment and guidance of the growth and development of a child and adolescent on an individual basis.

You implement the assessment and guidance of the growth and development of a child and adolescent on an individual and multidisciplinary basis.

You describe the monitoring of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.

You utilise a variety of methods in assessing the monitoring of normal pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.

You implement and assess the monitoring of normal pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period based on evidence.

You are familiar with the essential methods of supporting families in growing to parenthood and caring for newborn children.

You support families in the growth to parenthood and care of a newborn child.

You support and assist families in the growth to parenthood and care of a newborn child through multidisciplinary cooperation.

You identify methods of supporting early interaction and open co-operation as well as the significance of multidisciplinary working groups in family nursing.

You implement early interaction on an individual basis and act in accordance with the principles of open early collaboration and as a member of a multidisciplinary team in family nursing care.

You implement early interaction on an individual basis and multidisciplinary basis and act in accordance with the principles of open early collaboration and as a member of a multidisciplinary team in family nursing care.

You identify the functional capacity and inclusion of developmentally or otherwise disabled people.

You support the functional capacity and inclusion of developmentally or otherwise disabled people on an individual basis.

You support the functional capacity and inclusion of developmentally or otherwise disabled people on an individual and multidisciplinary basis.

Fail: The student has not achieved a satisfactory level.

 
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