INFERMIERISTICA

INGLESE SCIENTIFICO - SEDE MESSINA, MESSINA, MESSINA, MESSINA

Classe di Corso
L/SNT1 - Classe delle lauree in Professioni sanitarie, infermieristiche e professione sanitaria ostetrica
Codice
1295283
AA
2013/2014
Sedi
MESSINA, MESSINA, MESSINA, MESSINA
SSDTAFTIPOLOGIAFrequenzaModuli
L-LIN/12NCLEZObbligatoriaNO
CFUCFU LEZCFU LABCFU ESEOREORE LEZORE LABORE ESE
4400484800
Legenda
CFU:
n. crediti dell’insegnamento
CFU LEZ:
n. cfu di lezione in aula
CFU LAB:
n. cfu di laboratorio
CFU ESE:
n. cfu di esercitazione
FREQUENZA:
Libera/Obbligatoria
MODULI:
SI - L'insegnamento prevede la suddivisione in moduli, NO - non sono previsti moduli
ORE:
n. ore programmate
ORE LEZ:
n. ore programmate di lezione in aula
ORE LAB:
n. ore programmate di laboratorio
ORE ESE:
n. ore programmate di esercitazione
SSD:
sigla del settore scientifico disciplinare dell’insegnamento
TAF:
sigla della tipologia di attività formativa
TIPOLOGIA:
LEZ - lezioni frontali, ESE - esercitazioni, LAB - laboratorio

The course is designed to improve the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of healthcare professionals, enabling the students to work more confidently and effectively. With an emphasis on listening and speaking, the course covers the core areas of nursing such as admitting patients, medical imaging and helping patients with rehabilitation with authentic tasks and activities based on everyday scenarios – from helping a patient with meals to completing forms and charts - making the course relevant, practical and motivating.

The course is designed to improve the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of healthcare professionals, enabling the students to work more confidently and effectively. With an emphasis on listening and speaking, the course covers the core areas of nursing such as admitting patients, medical imaging and helping patients with rehabilitation with authentic tasks and activities based on everyday scenarios – from helping a patient with meals to completing forms and charts - making the course relevant, practical and motivating.

All the lessons will be held in class through Power Points slides. They will be not one-way lessons as there will be constant activities of speaking among students.
All the lessons will be held in class through Power Points slides. They will be not one-way lessons as there will be constant activities of speaking among students.

Written test
Written test

nessun prerequisito
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ADMITTING PATIENTS
• Welcoming a patient on admission
• Checking a patient’s identity (ID) bracelet
• Describing parts of the body
• Using equipment to take patient Observation
• Giving instructions to a patient
• Taking and recording patient observation

CARING FOR PATIENTS AFTER AN OPERATION
• Caring for a patient in Recovery
• Returning a patient to the ward
• Talking about pain
• Checking an IV prescription
• Using IV infusion equipment

CARING FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS
• Talking about feelings
• Showing empathy
• Discussing pain relief
• Using a palliative Care Pain Assessment
• Telephone skills: managing a patient enquiry
• Using patient information leaflets

THE DISTRICT NURSE
• Describing your nursing role
• Describing wounds
• Helping a patient with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
• Managing embarrassing moments
• Using a District Nurse Prescription Sheet
• Reading medication labels

HELPING PATIENTS WITH REHABILITATION
• Discussing a patient’s progress
• Helping a patient with meals
• Explaining safe swallowing
• Reassuring a patient before an unpleasant procedure
• Using a Food Chart
• Telephone skills: making a referral

MOBILISING PATIENTS
• Helping a patient with mobility aids
• Getting a patient out of bed
• Using a slide sheet
• Using a hoist
• Completing a Moving and Handling Assessment

MEDICAL IMAGING
• Describing medical imaging equipment
• Completing an X-ray Contrast Consent Form
• Preparing a patient for Radiology
• Telephone skills: making an appointment
• Giving directions in the hospital

HELPING PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MANAGEMENT
• Doing a blood sugar test
• Asking a patient for consent
• Describing blood glucose levels
• Completing a Personal Diabetes Care Plan
• Talking about lifestyle and diabetes
• Explaining how to use an insulin pen
ADMITTING PATIENTS
• Welcoming a patient on admission
• Checking a patient’s identity (ID) bracelet
• Describing parts of the body
• Using equipment to take patient Observation
• Giving instructions to a patient
• Taking and recording patient observation

CARING FOR PATIENTS AFTER AN OPERATION
• Caring for a patient in Recovery
• Returning a patient to the ward
• Talking about pain
• Checking an IV prescription
• Using IV infusion equipment

CARING FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS
• Talking about feelings
• Showing empathy
• Discussing pain relief
• Using a palliative Care Pain Assessment
• Telephone skills: managing a patient enquiry
• Using patient information leaflets

THE DISTRICT NURSE
• Describing your nursing role
• Describing wounds
• Helping a patient with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
• Managing embarrassing moments
• Using a District Nurse Prescription Sheet
• Reading medication labels

HELPING PATIENTS WITH REHABILITATION
• Discussing a patient’s progress
• Helping a patient with meals
• Explaining safe swallowing
• Reassuring a patient before an unpleasant procedure
• Using a Food Chart
• Telephone skills: making a referral

MOBILISING PATIENTS
• Helping a patient with mobility aids
• Getting a patient out of bed
• Using a slide sheet
• Using a hoist
• Completing a Moving and Handling Assessment

MEDICAL IMAGING
• Describing medical imaging equipment
• Completing an X-ray Contrast Consent Form
• Preparing a patient for Radiology
• Telephone skills: making an appointment
• Giving directions in the hospital

HELPING PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MANAGEMENT
• Doing a blood sugar test
• Asking a patient for consent
• Describing blood glucose levels
• Completing a Personal Diabetes Care Plan
• Talking about lifestyle and diabetes
• Explaining how to use an insulin pen

V. Allum and P. McGarr, Cambridge English for Nursing (Pre-Intermediate), 2010, Cambridge University Press.

Lingua dell'insegnamento: ITALIANO

Esami: Elenco degli Appelli

Elenco delle unità didattiche costituenti l'insegnamento

INGLESE SCIENTIFICO

Docente: CAMPAGNA IVANA - [Curriculum]

Periodo
SECONDO SEMESTRE
Inizio attività didattiche
01/03/2014
Fine attività didattiche
30/05/2014

E-Learning: Link

SegmentoDescrizioneSSDTipoCFUOreTAFFrequenza
1 INGLESE SCIENTIFICO L-LIN/12 LEZ 4 48 NC Obbligatoria
Legenda
SEGMENTO:
Tutte le unità didattiche sono composte da almeno un segmento
TIPO:
LEZ - lezione, ESE - esercitazione, LAB - laboratorio

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