•Kozier B & Erb, G & Berman, A. Snyder, s. 7th or 8th edition. FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING. Concepts, Process, and Practice. Pearson, Prentice Hall. - parts / page numbers will be informed in the course orientation / 1. lecture. •Boyd, C. 2013. Student Survival Skills : Medicine Management Skills for Nurses (e-book, available in ebrary). •Student Survival Skills : Calculation Skills for Nurses 2013 by Boyd, Claire. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ( E-book available free of charge via school library. Link will be provided later) •Other study material will be given by the lecturer
Part 1: Basics of nursing care 2 2 cr -Contact Lessons
Part 2: Basics of Medication treatment 2 -Contact Lessons
Part 3: Medication Calculations 1 cr -Contact Lessons + medication calculation workshops
Part 1. Exam, numeric evaluation T1-K5
Part 2. Exam,numeric evaluation T1 - K5
Part 3.Pass/ fail / re-do
01.01.2021 - 31.07.2021
23.11.2020 - 29.11.2020
20 - 30
Laurea Tikkurila, sote
Riikka Mulder, Anna-Sisko Sorsa
At least 80% attendace is needed to be able to complete the course. If a student is absent from a contact lesson (20%) they will have to do a make up assignment to show their understanding of the subject matter.
Degree Programme in Nursing (SNV), Laurea Tikkurila
Part 1: 2cr = 54 h of student work, Lectures 32 h, Exam 2h, Independent work 16h
Part 2. 2cr =54 h of student work , Lectures 20h, Exam 2 h, Independent work 32 h
Part 3.1 cr = 27h of student work, Lectures 12h, Exam 2h, Independes
Part 1: Basics of nursing care 2 2cr
-Decision making and documentation
-Elimination (Bowel movement)
Part 2: Basics of medication treatment 2 cr
Part 3: Medication calculations 1 cr
Spring 2019 at Laurea Tikkurila campus . Schedule for the studyunit will available in Pakki!
Medication Treatment re-takes on general examination days in April and May 2020.
Medication calculations re-takes on 20.2. (same time with medication treatment-exam) and on general examination day March.
-The student is able to apply professional concepts -The student is able to use acquired nursing intervention methods and models -The student is able to consider clients in their actions
-The student is able to apply professional concepts systematically -The student is able to apply acquired nursing intervention methods and models diversely -The student is able act professional and ethically in client situations
-The student is able to apply professional concepts systematically -The student is able to apply acquired nursing intervention methods and models diversely -The student is able act professional and ethically in client situ