All materials provided in Canvas.
Intensive care is the medical specialty that supports critically ill patients. Examples of the content of this study unit:
-ICU environment and its special features
-Patient and Family perspectives in crisis situation
-Planning, implementing and evaluating treatment for intensive care patients, as well as decision-making in nursing care
The course is implemented through contact lessons, simulations, reading material and seminar presentation.
Evaluation will be based on a seminar presentation, group work and peer assessment, which will be graded with the numerical scale 1-5/Redo.
29.03.2022 - 17.05.2022
29.11.2021 - 13.02.2022
20 - 30
Laurea Tikkurila, sote
Lotta Tiikkainen, Teija Uino
The studies are available for all nursing students and for open university students who have completed the Nursing Degree Program earlier.
Quote from the degree regulations section 18:
“Students must be present for the first contact teaching session, or they must notify the responsible teacher of their absence to confirm they intend to participate in studies. If the student has a justified reason for not attending the first contact teaching session or for not notifying the teacher of their intention to be involved in studies in the manner required by the teacher, the student must contact the responsible teacher to agree on participation in the studies. Their registration for the study unit will be rejected, of the student does not notify the teacher of being absent from the first contact teaching session or the reason for their absence cannot be considered justified, Another student who is in line for the study unit can be selected in their place”.
Complementary competence, bachelor's studies in English (CCS2), Health and welfare
1 ECTS corresponds to 27 hours of the student's work.
Contact lessons: 20 hours
Group work & Seminar presentation, peer assessment: 45 hours
Simulation: 8 hours
Reading course material and supplementary tasks: 62 hours
Compulsory attendance: simulation, seminar presentations, lectures (80%).