Subject

Advanced Clinical Nursing Care

  • code 09821
  • course 4
  • term Semester 1
  • type op
  • credits 5

Main language of instruction: Catalan

Other languages of instruction: Spanish,

Timetable
 Sem.1  MO 08:00 10:00 
 Sem.1  WE 08:00 10:00 
 Sem.1  FR 10:00 12:00 

Teaching staff

Head instructor

MsU Anna Maria ALIBERCH - aaliberch@uic.es

Office hours

Professors:

  • MsU. Alba Calderer
  • Dra. Laia Wennberg 
  • MsU. Anna Ma Aliberch
  • Dra. Encarna Rodriguez
  • Dr. Jordi Castillo
  • RN. Magda Quijada
  • Dra. Laura Castells
  • MsU. Ramón Pedrosa      

Hours of care:
Students must request an appointment by email.

 
 

 

Introduction

Modules:

  • Obstetrics (0.6 credits)
  • Pediatrics (0.6 credits)
  • Adult (1.8 credits)
  • Emergency Management (2.0 credits)

The course of Advanced Clinical Nursing will provide the tools for managing nursing care throughout the disease process, from detection to the possible complications of severe and / or advanced unusual illnesses. It will also provide the students with the advanced medical-surgical techniques.

Pre-course requirements

Reviewing anatomical, physiological and pathophysiological knowledge of the different systems of the human body from childhood to adulthood is required. Likewise, student must go over pharmacology, dosage and administration routes.

A good command of the implementation of the Nursing Care Process (SAP) is required

Objectives

  1. To make a comprehensive nursing assessment of the patient with a complex, severe and / or rare disease.
  2. Managing nursing care in patients with such diseases.
  3. To detect the possible complications of the disease or the disease process and to know how to manage information and action in this context.
  4. To prioritize nursing care in complex and / or severe and / or infrequent pathological processes.
  5. To work the patient's safety with the clinical simulation resource 

Competencies

  • 11. E - Establish effective communication with patients, families, social groups and partners and promote health education.
  • 12. B - Know and observe the ethical code of conduct of Spanish nursing, understanding the ethical implications of health in a changing global context.
  • 13. G - Know the principles of health-care funding and use resources appropriately.
  • 14. G - Establish mechanisms for evaluation, taking into account scientific, technical and quality standards.
  • 15. B - Work with the team of professionals as a basic unit in which uni or multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary professionals and other staff of health care are organized.
  • 17. E - Perform nursing care based on comprehensive health care, which involves multidisciplinary cooperation, integration of processes and continuity of care.
  • 19. B - Ability to make decisions based on critical thinking and reflective practice.
  • 1. G - Ability to provide technical and professional health care appropriate to the health needs of the people they treat, with full technical and scientific autonomy, according to current and available scientific knowledge and to the quality standards and safety requirements set forth in the applicable legal standards and code of ethics.
  • 22. G - Use and management of information and research
  • 23. B - Ability to analyze and synthesize.
  • 24. G - Ability to work autonomously.
  • 27. G - Ability to adapt to new situations.
  • 28. E - Leadership in nursing care and in nursing teams to improve quality care for people, participation in health policy and professional development.
  • 2. E - Plan and provide nursing care for individuals or groups, taking health outcomes into account and their impact, through guidelines for clinical practice and care, which describe the four processes by which a health problem is diagnosed or treated.
  • 5. G - Design systems of care programed for people or groups, assessing their impact and making necessary modifications.
  • 7. B - Understand people without prejudice, considering their physical, psychological and social aspects, as autonomous and independent individuals, ensuring respect for their opinions, beliefs and values, ensuring their right to privacy through confidentiality and professional secrecy.
  • 9. E - Promote healthy lifestyles, self-care, as well as the maintenance of therapeutic and preventive behaviors.

Learning outcomes

  • To develop cognitive, psychomotor and relational skills, that will enable them to provide adequate nursing cures, promoting autonomy, healthy habits, disease prevention and welfare of the patient, family and community in critical, complex or rare situations.
  • Use the Individualized Plan Of Care with patients in a critical, complex and / or less prevalent situation.
  • Participate in solving complex cases.
  • Applying critical-reflective thinking in the analysis and evaluation of care plans in complex patients.
  • Knowing the main diagnostic tests (imaging and laboratory) applied especially in care work with complex and / or rare pathologies.

Syllabus

 

Obstetrics:

  • Birh
  • Obstetric-gynecological emergency services


Paediatrics:

  • Pediatric oncology patient care
  • Workshop of pediatrician l RCP and pediatrician procedures


Clinical simulation based on patient safety.

  • Pediatric case
  • Emergency cases outside hospital
  • Obstetrics case
  • Donation case of organs
  • Triage case and operating room
  • ICU case
  • RCP case

Emergency management:

  • Hospital selection
  • Workshop out-of-hospital emergencies






Teaching and learning activities

- Master class

- Clinical simulation

- Casual resolution

 

IN ORDER TO ACCESS CLINICAL SIMULATION, IT IS INDIRECT TO SIGN A DOCUMENT OF CONFIDENTIALITY, WITHOUT SUCH SIGNATURE, SIMULATION CAN NOT BE REALIZED AND THEREFORE, THE SUBJECT MAY NOT BE APPROVED.

Evaluation systems and criteria

IT IS MANDATORY TO ASSIST AND PARTICIPATE IN SIMULATION TO ADOPT THE SUBJECT

 

The Evaluation

  • Clinical simulation file: presentation of the first draft: 09/16/2019; 2nd: 09/27/19. final presentation on 07/10/2019.

        Failure to complete the delivery dates will result in a penalty of 1 point of the total note. The non-delivery of the final presentation will suppose the subject be suspended.

  • Evolutionary simulation: standard record
  • Self evaluation
  • Group evaluation
  • Debrifing: Thoughtful thinking


All percentages must be approved with a minimum of 5.

  • THE PEDIATRIC RCP ACTIVITY is a transversal activity that is attributed to this subject. It consists of a theoretical class and a workshop in simulation laboratories. Attendance and participation will be evaluated. If you do not attend, you will deduct 0'5 points from the CONTINUOUS EVALUATION

In the 2nd Announcement

  • Clinical simulation file
  • Carrying out a clinical simulation

The note of the second call will have a maximum grade of 5 final


In the 3rd and 4th Announcements the same type of Assessment will be maintained as in the 1st and 2nd Announcements respectively and in no case will the partial notes of any type of Assessment of a previous course be kept

Evaluation period

E: exam date | R: revision date | 1: first session | 2: second session:

  • E1 22/11/2019 10:00h
  • R1 12/12/2019 10:00h
  • E2 25/06/2020 12:00h
  • R2 03/07/2020 11:00h
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