2011 – 2012 EĞİTİM-ÖĞretim yili lisans programi öĞretim plani I. Yariyil



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Department

Nursing

Course Level

First Cycle

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Course Type

Compulsory

Mode of Delivery

Face-To-Face

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Recommended Optional

Programme Components

None

Name of Lecturer

Assistant Professor. Hüsna Özveren

Co-Lecturer

 

Work Placement

Practices in the technical laboratory



Teaching Methods

Expression, Demonstrations (on model), Laboratory Working And Clinical Practice

Objectives of the Course

Fundamentals of Nursing The aim of the course, the student's basic philosophy of nursing and health care system and in the role of the nurse is to help students grasp its role as a nurse. Students in nursing care based on theories, concepts, principles and methods to gain the knowledge and skills.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Recognizes the profession of nursing.

  2. The basic concepts of nursing care, defines the principles and methods.

  1. Understands the importance of the concepts and principles related to nursing care.

  2. Lists and sort the basic principles of nursing care.

  1. Nursing care under the basic skills of observation / guidelines does

  2. Nursing care needs / problems, definitions.

  1. Nursing care requirements / problems to produce appropriate solutions.

  2. Collaborates with other disciplines, while nursing care.




Course Content







COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

Week

Topics

Study Materials

1

Nursing Profession, Nurse Role And Functions

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

2

Health System and Nursing

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

3

Basic Concepts of Nursing

Harkreader H, Hogan M,Thobaben M (2007). Fundamentals of Nursing Caring and Clinical Judgment (3 bs.). Canada: Saunders Elsevier Inc

4

Patient Safety

Kozier, B., Berman, A., Snyder, S., Erb, G. (2008). Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts, Process and Practice (8 bs.). New Jersey Prentice Hall..

5

Sleep And Rest

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

6

Infection Control

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

7

Activity And Exercise

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

8

Personal Hygiene

Kozier, B., Berman, A., Snyder, S., Erb, G. (2008). Fundamentals of Nursing. Concepts, Process and Practice (8 bs.). New Jersey Prentice Hall.

9

Personal Hygiene (Continue)

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

10

Vital Signs

Delaune S, Ladner P. (2006). Fundamentals of Nursing. Standards&Practice (4bs.). USA.

11

Vital Signs (Continue)

Delaune S, Ladner P. (2006). Fundamentals of Nursing Standards&Practice (4bs.). USA.

12

Medications

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

13

Medications (Continue)

Ulusoy M, Görgülü R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.

14

Medications (Continue)

Ulusoy M, Görgülü R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.




RECOMMENDED SOURCES

Textbook

Taylor, C., Lillis, C., Lemone, P., Lynn, P. (2008). Fundamentals of Nursing. The Art And Science of Nursing Care (6 bs.). Philadelphia: Wolter Kluwer. Lippincot,Williams&Wilkins

Harkreader , H., Hogan, M.,Thobaben, M. (2007). Fundamentals of Nursing Caring and Clinical Judgment (3 bs.). Canada: Saunders Elsevıer Inc

Delaune, S., Ladner, P. (2006). Fundamentals of Nursing. Standards&Practice (4bs.). USA.

Kozier, B., Berman, A., Snyder, S., Erb, G. (2008). Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts, Process and Practice (8 bs.). New Jersey Prentice Hall.Upper Saddle River.



Potter, P.,Perry, A. (2009). Fundamentals of Nursing (7 bs.). St. Louis: Elsevier.


Additional Resources

Ulusoy, M.,Görgülü, R. (2001). Hemşirelik Esasları-Temel Kuram, Kavram, İlke ve Yöntemler (2 bs.). Ankara: 72 TDFO Ltd. Şti.




MATERIAL SHARING

Documents




Assignments




Exams

Mid -Term Examination, Application, Final Examination




ASSESSMENT

EXAMS

QUANTITY

PERCENTAGE

Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade

1

20

Application

1

20

Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade

1

60

TOTAL

2

100




COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME

Nr.

Programme Learning Outcomes

Contribution

1

2

3

4

5

1

Knows the basic human needs













X

2

The individual / family and community health initiatives, implement preventive and riser













X

3

In cases of deviation from health to disease pathophysiology, genetic, psychological, social and individual etiologic knows the basics










X




4

Deviation in cases of health care and the patient uses a holistic approach by considering nursing process













X

5

The individual / family and community health deterioration cases, curative and rehabilitative care considering patient safety handles










X




6

Has the necessary psychomotor skills for nursing practice













X

7

Uses critical thinking and scientific problem-solving process in nursing practice













X

8

Contribute to the science of nursing through nursing-specific research







X







9

Configures as an evidence-based nursing practices










X




10

Nursing practice in the individual / family and healthcare team will cooperate with the use of interpersonal communication skills













X

11

Nursing practice in accordance with the principles of human rights and professional ethics and the legal moves










X




12

Nursing practice with individuals, families and communities in creating desirable change in leadership does







X






13

Indicates the responsibility of lifelong learning













X

14

Uses information technology to support patient care










X







ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Activities

Quantity

Duration

(Hour)


Total Workload (Hour)

Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)

16

4

64

Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)

16

4

64

Assignments

2

8

16

Presentation / Preparing Seminar

2

16

32

Mid-term

1

28

28

Final examination

1

36

36

Total Work Load

 

 

240

Total Work Load / 30 (h)

 

 

240/30

ECTS Credit of the Course

 

 

8



COURSE INFORMATON

Course Title

Code

Year

Semester

T+P+L (Hour/Week)

Credits

ECTS

Physiology

2203114

1.Yıl

Fall

3+0

3

3



Department

Nursing

Course Level

First Cycle

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Course Type

Compulsory

Mode of Delivery

Face-To-Face

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Recommended Optional

Programme Components

None

Name of Lecturer

Assistant prof. Faruk Metin ÇOMU

Co-Lecturer

 None

Work Placement

None

Teaching Methods

-

Objectives of the Course

At the end of the course the learner is expected to be able to explain the general principles of physiological control systems, body fluid composition, cell membrane transport and the related bioelectrical phenomena, the physiological properties of muscle types, synaptic and peripheral nervous neurotransmission, physiological properties of blood composition and also to discuss sensory and motor functions of the central nervous system, the mechanism related to muscle contraction, neurotransmission and reflexes.

Learning Outcomes

The objectives of the course are to familiarize students with the 1. Basic concepts and approaches in cell physiology, human locomotion, and blood physiology. It is believed that this experience will be helpful for them during their career. The final exam will cover all topics.


Course Content

This course reviews; 1.Basic themes and major mechanisms in cell physiology. After a brief overview of the course, we will examine a number of theoretical and substantive issues in the area of cellular physiology. We will then proceed to address distribution of water in the body fluid compartments, composition of the body fluid compartments, electroneutrality, composition of intracellular and extracellular fluid in the volume and composition of body fluids, transport mechanisms across the cell membrane, ion channels, equilibrium potentials, resting membrane potentials and action potentials. 2. Basic themes and major works in muscle and central and peripheral nerve physiology. After a brief overview of the course, we will examine a number of theoretical and substantive issues in the area of muscle and nerve physiology. We will then proceed to address the molecular metabolism of contraction in skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles, structure of peripheral and autonomic nervous system. 3. Basic themes and major issues in blood physiology. After a brief overview, we will examine a number of theoretical and substantive issues in the area of functions of blood, components of blood, the prevention of blood loss, blood types.





COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

Week

Topics

Study Materials

1

Introduction To Physiology, Physiologic Control Systems




2

Properties Of The Body Fluid Compartments, Transport Across The Cell Membranes




3

Bioelectrical Potentials




4

Organisation Of The Nervous System




5

Basic Functions Of The Synapses, Conduction Properties Of The Peripheral Nerves,




6

Physiological Anatomy Of The Nervous System, Medulla Spinalis And Its Functions




7

Midterm




8

Cerebrum




9

General Properties Of The Sensory System, Somatic Sensations, Autonomic Nervous System




10

Autonomic Nervous System , Somatic Motor Pathways




11

Physiology Of The Muscle




12

Exitation And Contraction Mechanisms Of The Skeletal Musce, Contraction Dynamics Of The Skeletal Muscle




13

Physiology Of The Smooth Muscle, Physical And Chemical Properties Of Blood And Its Role




14

The Functions Of The Red Blood Cells, The Functions Of The White Blood Cells, The Functions Of The Platelets, The Mechanism Of The Coagulation, Anticoagulation Mechanisms







RECOMMENDED SOURCES

Textbook

Guyton, AC, Hall, JE (2006) Textbook of Medical Physiology, Pennsylvania: WB Saunders, 11th ed.

Ganong, WF (2003) Review of Medical Physiology, USA: Mc Graw Hill, Twenty-first edition.



Additional Resources

Berne, RM, Levy, MN (2000) Principles of Physiology, Missouri: Mosby, Inc. Third ed.

Costanzo, LS (2002) Physiology, Pennsylvania: Saunders, Second Ed.






MATERIAL SHARING

Documents

The course consists of lectures with data and slide shows, laboratory lessons, in class discussions, quizzes and reading assignments,

Assignments

-

Exams

Mid term and term exam.




ASSESSMENT

EXAMS

QUANTITY

PERCENTAGE

Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade

1

40

Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade

1

60

TOTAL

2

100



COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME

Nr.

Programme Learning Outcomes

Contribution

1

2

3

4

5

1

Knows the basic human needs













x

2

The individual / family and community health initiatives, implement preventive and riser







x







3

In cases of deviation from health to disease pathophysiology, genetic, psychological, social and individual etiologic knows the basics













x

4

Deviation in cases of health care and the patient uses a holistic approach by considering nursing process







x







7

Uses critical thinking and scientific problem-solving process in nursing practice










x




9

Configures as an evidence-based nursing practices













x

12.

Nursing practice with individuals, families and communities in creating desirable change in leadership does




x










13.

Indicates the responsibility of lifelong learning




x










14.

Uses information technology to support patient care




x













ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Activities

Quantity

Duration

(Hour)


Total Workload (Hour)

Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)

16

3

48

Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)

16

1

16

Assignments











Homework

2

6

12

Presentation / Preparing Seminar

1

5

5

Mid-term

1

5

5

Final examination

 

 

86

Total Work Load

 

 

2,86

Total Work Load / 30 (h)

 

 

3

ECTS Credit of the Course







3



COURSE INFORMATON

Course Title

Code

Year

Semester

T+P+L (Hour/Week)

Credits

ECTS

Knowledge Technologies and Practices

2203116

First Year

Fall


2+2

3

3



Department

Nursing

Course Level

First Cycle

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Course Type

Compulsory

Mode of Delivery

(Distance Learning)

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Recommended Optional

Programme Components

None

Name of Lecturer




Co-Lecturer

 None

Work Placement

None

Teaching Methods

-

Objectives of the Course

To gain knowledge and skills in students on basic concepts related to information systems and to teach using the elementary programs like DOS, WINDOWS, MS WORD, EXCEL, MS POWERPOINT, MS ACCESS

Goals of this course are to gain positive attitudes on information technologies and to do research and read about regarding issue.



Learning Outcomes

  1. to describe information technology and knowledge systems

  2. Learn and define the basic components (hardware and software) of computers

  3. familiarize the basic computer hardware and conjunct units

  4. introduce the windows operating systems and show appropriate use them.

  5. give information on networks and internet

  6. Use the computer program effectively and efficiently by using all features

  7. Use the Word Processor program (MS Word) effectively and efficiently by using all features

8. Use the Spreadsheet Software (Microsoft Excel) effectively and efficiently by using all features




Course Content

Introduction to the information Technologies, information age and information society, information systems, acquaintance with computer laboratuaries, computer organizations, processing systems, use a proccesing systems and also their the adjunct or conjunt units (printer, scanner, plotter etc.), computer softwares, introduce to application software, using the word proccessing, report writing, make table






COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

Week

Topics

Study Materials

1

Introduction to the course and general information




2

Computer hardware and related units.




3

Input / output devices, processors, digital cards, ports, data storage apparatus




4

General information about operating systems




5

Computer softwares and practices




6

Networks and internet




7

Basic practice on choosing on personal computer




8

Daily computer usage and presentation of keyboard




9

Windows operating systems and practices




10

Word processing software- Microsoft Word




11

Word processing software: practice




12

Spreadsheet Software– Microsoft Excel




13

Microsoft Excel practice-Graphic desings




14

constitution of personal studying sheets





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