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GroupK72D17S/Degree Programme in Nursing (in English) (Kemi)
Study unitK702DL35 Guided Practice in Supporting and Promoting the Wellbeing of Children, Young People and Families, 10.00 ECTS credits, 267 h
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
R&D integration
Resit dates of the exam
Koulutuksen aikataulu (www-linkki)
Description language English 

Competence goals:

You can implement health-promoting, resource-oriented and evidence-based working methods in nursing care for families in various life situations and operating environments.

You can describe the normal developmental phases of children and young people and can apply this information in their treatment.

You can utilise the opportunities of third-sector operations in promoting the health of women, children and families.  You can reflect upon professional competence in the various operating environments of acute and general practice nursing, based on feedback from the working group. You can work in an aseptic manner and participate in guided and safe implementation of medication. You observe the principles of patient safety and occupational safety in your activities.

You can describe the operating environment, service processes and practice location of outpatient and general practice nursing as part of the care, service and support system. You can utilise local, remote, online and mobile services as part of general practice nursing.

Assessment criteria

The practical training to promote professional competence is evaluated on a simple scale of pass–fail (H–0)


  • The student observes the shared rules of the unit.
  • The students appropriately fills in the practical training documents and returns them.
  • The student hands in the requisite exercises in accordance with the agreed upon schedule.
  • The student participates in guidance discussions and assessments in accordance with the agreed upon practices.
  • The student’s activities at the unit are responsible and safety to patients.
  • The student prepares personal competence goals for the practical training and assesses their attainment.


  • The student does not observe the shared rules of the unit.
  • The student does not hand in the requisite exercises in accordance with the agreed upon schedule.
  • The student neglects guidance and assessment discussions.
  • The student does not perform nursing tasks in a responsible manner that is safe to patients.
  • The student is incapable of receiving guidance.
  • The student fails to achieve the goals set for the practical training.
Pedagogical arrangements