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Health Promotion, Support for Self-management and Guidance in Nursing (4 cr)

Code: SN00BS27-3003

General information


Enrollment

01.01.2000

Timing

01.11.2022 - 28.02.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

4 op

Mode of delivery

Contact teaching

Unit

Laurea Lohja, sote

Campus

Laurea Lohja

Teaching languages

  • English

Seats

20 - 40

Degree programmes

  • Degree Programme in Nursing (SNF2), Laurea Lohja

Teachers

  • Virpi Valkama
  • Kirsi Halttunen

Teacher in charge

Kirsi Halttunen

Groups

  • SNF222SN
    Degree Programme in Nursing, daytime studies, S22, Lohja

Objectives

The student is able to
- analyse the health risks and threats to the populations’ health on community and individual level
- apply recommendations and research information related to the prevention of chronic illnesses when planning and implementing guidance on healthy lifestyles for patients and their families
- plan and implement interventions to promote health and functional capacity for individuals and significant others in utilising multiprofessional cooperation and networks
- plan, implement and evaluate resource-based guidance and online guidance that supports individual self-management with varying pedagogical methods and with ethical justifications
- describe guidance and information related to the prevention and control of infectious diseases

Teaching methods

Theory and Simulation

Method of implementation:

-Contact lessons
-Simulation
-Independent work

Learning materials and recommended literature

Articles and lecture material with links will be available in the Canvas workspace, as well as materials related to online studies.

Important dates

There is a mandatory attendance during lessons. Attendance during orientation is Mandatory (See degree regulation)

Students workload

1cr = 27 hours of students workload
2cr = 54 hours
contact lessons 16 hours
Simulation 16 hours

Doing online task and independent reading hours 22hours

Content and scheduling

Core contents:

1) Key concepts in health promotion
2) Population health and factors influencing health behavior
3) Guiding the customer and supporting change in lifestyle
4) Common communicable diseases, prevention, control, monitoring and tracing of communicable diseases.

Further information for students

A student who has not completed the assignments or exams set for passing the course must complete or renew his or her performance in the manner and within the time specified by the teacher of the course. A failed exam or other performance can be renewed twice. Failure to participate in the actual exam is counted as one performance. (Laurea's degree regulations.)

All Laurea students are expected to adhere to good scientific practice, including appropriate citation of sources. Familiarize yourself with and ask about these practices if necessary. All study assignments are done as individual work, unless otherwise instructed in the assignment. The teacher will inform separately if Urkund will be used for the reports.

Grading scale

Approved/Failed

Evaluation methods and criteria

The assessment of competence focuses on the objective descriptions of the curricula and the level of competence is assessed on the basis of the assessment criteria announced in the Study Implementation Plan (Laurea's degree regulations).

Mandatory tasks: pass/fail
Project implementation and reporting 1-5
Workshop and simulation pass/fail



PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE BASE, INFORMATION SEARCH AND REPORTING

Grade 5
The student is able to
- use a variety of professional terms
- compare and select appropriate information
- report and communicate professionally

Grade 3-4
The student is able to:
- use professional terms consistently to explain different work practices and situations
- compile information and make use of its knowledge base
- report as instructed

Grade 1-2
The student is able to:
- use key professional concepts to explain different work practices and situations
- search for information from different sources
-report as instructed


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND DEVELOPMENT OF WORKING LIFE

Grade 5
The student is able to:
- act independently using the skills and methods learned
- take responsibility for working with the customer and / or partners and meeting their needs
- anticipate their guidance needs

Grade 3-4
The student is able to:
- operate using the skills and methods learned
- work professionally with customers and / or partners and identify their needs
- participate in and make use of guidance

Grade 1-2
The student is able to:
- act as a member of the group
- plan the progress of your own work and use time
- operate safely and in accordance with professional principles
- follow the instructions and rules given

TEAMWORK SKILLS, LEADERSHIP AND RESPONSIBILITY

Grade 5
The student is able to:
- promote the group's activities and atmosphere
- manage their time by performing the agreed tasks at the level and quality required for the job
- act responsibly and apply the skills and methods learned
- plan and evaluate its activities taking into account safety and / or ethical considerations

Grade 3-4
The student is able to:
- work purposefully in a group
- plan and manage the progress and use of your own work
- identify security risks
- justify their actions in accordance with professional ethical principles

Grade 1-2
The student is able to:
- act as a member of the group
- plan the progress of your own work and use time
- operate safely and in accordance with professional principles
- follow the instructions and rules given