ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
Total Workload (Hour)
Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)
Presentation / Preparing Seminar
Total Work Load
Total Work Load / 30 (h)
ECTS Credit of the Course
Mental Health and Diseases Nursing
Language of Instruction
Mode of Delivery
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Name of Lecturer
Practicing Eight Hours a week.
Lecturer, answer and question, problem solving studies, free studies, discussion, role playing, a case discussion, practising.
Objectives of the Course
Psychiatric nursing history, philosophy. Basic concepts in the field of mental health and disorders, in Psychiatry theorists (Peplau-Orlando-Travelbee, etc.)., psychiatry Schools, Systems Theory, Developmental Theory, Learning Theories, Counselling and helping skills, therapeutic environment in psychiatry, mental health problems and addressing the nursing process, Methods used in psychiatric treatment, psychiatric patients, rehabilitation, mental health, protection and development, child and adolescent mental health and diseases, Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Nursing, Ethics and Legal Issues in Psychiatry.
In this course, students gains:
-To understand the basic concepts of mental health-related,
- To recognize to the development characteristics of all of ages
-To use to helping skills to mental health protection of healty/sick person
- To understand the mental health of the community on
world and our country
-To understand the effect on community and family of mental problems.
All age groups, mental health, protection, development and health of people who lost their re-gaining initiatives for the nursing, therapies and approaches in psychiatry covers.
COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)
Philosophy and historical development of psychiatric nursing,
Basic concepts of psychiatric nursing
Factors affecting the health of the human spirit,
Ethical and Legal Issues in Psychiatry.
Fonetik olarak okuyun
Developmental Stages and Characteristics of Mental Health